Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs)
a. Knowledge and Understanding
- The graduates of the computer engineering programs should be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of:
a1. Concepts and theories of mathematics and sciences, appropriate to the computer engineering.
a2. Basics of information and communication technology (ICT).
a3. Methodologies of solving engineering problems, data collection and interpretation.
a4. Quality assurance systems, codes of practice and standards, health and safety requirements and environmental issues, business and management principles relevant to engineering, professional ethics and impacts of engineering solutions on society and environment.
a5. Engineering principles in the fields of logic design, circuit analysis, machine and assembly languages, computer organization and architectures, memory hierarchy, advanced computer architectures, embedded systems, signal processing, operating systems, real-time systems and reliability analysis.
a6. Related research and current advances in the field of computer software and hardware and contemporary engineering topics.
a7. Technologies of data, image and graphics representation and organization on computer storage media.
a8. Modern trends in information technology and its fundamental role in business enterprises.
b. Intellectual Skills
- The graduates of the computer engineering programs should be able to:
b1. Select/Apply appropriate mathematical and computer-based methods for modeling and analyzing problems and appropriate solutions for engineering problems based on analytical thinking.
b2. Think in a creative and innovative way in problem solving and design using the latest technologies and solve engineering problems, often on the basis of limited and possibly contradicting information while identifying symptoms in problematic situations.
b3. Combine, exchange, and assess different ideas, views, and knowledge from a range of sources.
b4. Assess and evaluate the characteristics and performance of components, systems and processes and investigate their failure.
b5. Select, synthesize, and apply suitable IT tools to computer engineering problems.
b6. Propose various computer-based solutions to business system problems and perform cost-benefit analysis especially in sensitive domains where direct and indirect costs are involved.
b7. Integrate computer objects running on different system configurations.
c. Practical and Professional Skills
-The graduates of the computer engineering programs should be able to:
c1. Professionally merge the engineering knowledge, understanding, and feedback to improve design, products and/or services.
c2. Create and/or re-design a process, component or system, and carry out specialized engineering designs with neatness and aesthetics in design and approach.
c3. Use computational facilities and techniques, measuring instruments, workshops and laboratory equipment, wide range of analytical tools, techniques, and software packages pertaining to the computer engineering to design experiments, collect, analyze and interpret results and develop required computer programs.
c4. Apply numerical modeling methods to engineering problems.
c5. Apply safe systems at work and observe the appropriate steps to manage risks.
c6. Exchange knowledge and skills with engineering community and industry.
c7. Design and operate computer-based systems specifically designed for business applications.
c8. Use appropriate specialized computer software, computational tools and design packages throughout the phases of the life cycle of system development.
c9. Write computer programs on professional levels achieving acceptable quality measures in software development. Conduct user support activities competently.
d. General and Transferable Skills - The graduates of the computer engineering programs should be able to:
d1. Collaborate effectively within multidisciplinary teams.
d2. Work in stressful environment and within constraints, communicate effectively, lead and motivate individuals and effectively manage tasks, time, and resources.
d3. Demonstrate efficient IT capabilities.
d4. Search for information and engage in life-long self-learning computer engineering and refer to relevant literatures. </p>