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Skills and Knowledge Ratings

Please assess the performance of our graduate(s) relative to the skills and knowledge that we aim to impart to all of our graduates.

Note that there are two parts to each query, one entitled "Performance" and the other entitled "Importance". Under "Performance" please rate the performance of our graduate(s); under "Importance" indicate the importance of that skill or knowledge in your organization or for the graduate's job. We also encourage you to leave comments in the associated "Comments" field.

If you are unable to make a judgment about a particular topic, please just leave the selection as "NA" (Not Applicable).

Science
• Ability to integrate science concepts into his or her work.

Performance
High
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  1
Low
  NA
Importance
High
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Low
  NA
Comments


Mathematics
• Ability to integrate mathematics concepts into his or her work.

Performance
High
  5
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Low
  NA
Importance
High
  5
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  1
Low
  NA
Comments


Problem solving
• Ability to apply the basic principles of his or her discipline.

Performance
High
  5
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Low
  NA
Importance
High
  5
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Low
  NA
Comments


Engineering
• Ability to solve engineering problems using methods, tools, and skills of his or her discipline;
• Ability to use analytical and/or computational methods to solve engineering problems and make engineering decisions.

Performance
High
  5
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Low
  NA
Importance
High
  5
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Low
  NA
Comments


Engineering design
• Ability to plan, organize, and complete a design task;
• Ability to apply engineering principles to the design of devices and/or systems.

Performance
High
  5
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  1
Low
  NA
Importance
High
  5
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Low
  NA
Comments


Laboratory
• Ability to use instruments and measurement tools as needed in the practice of his or her engineering profession;
• Ability to design and conduct experiments and collect, analyze and interpret the results.

Performance
High
  5
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Low
  NA
Importance
High
  5
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Low
  NA
Comments


Teaming
• Ability to work effectively as part of a project team.

Performance
High
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Low
  NA
Importance
High
  5
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Low
  NA
Comments


Communications
• Ability to communicate technical concepts, projects, and programs effectively in written and oral form.

Performance
High
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Low
  NA
Importance
High
  5
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Low
  NA
Comments


Leadership
• Ability to take initiative;
• Ability to consider several points of view and arrive at a reasoned conclusion.

Performance
High
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Low
  NA
Importance
High
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Low
  NA
Comments


Ethics and professionalism
• Understanding and appreciation of ethics and professionalism as related to his or her discipline.

Performance
High
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Low
  NA
Importance
High
  5
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Low
  NA
Comments


Contemporary issues
• Awareness of the impact of his or her work in a global context;
• Awareness of the value of considering diversity and differences in cultures in his or her work.

Performance
High
  5
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  1
Low
  NA
Importance
High
  5
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Low
  NA
Comments


Impact of engineering on society
• Ability to recognize the potential impact of the projects, products, and systems with which he or she works on co-workers, society, and the community with respect to their safety and the environment.

Performance
High
  5
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  1
Low
  NA
Importance
High
  5
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  1
Low
  NA
Comments


Lifelong learning
• Ability to continuously learn new skills and knowledge;
• Ability to use information resources such as databases, libraries, and the Internet;
• Ability to recognize the need to expand and upgrade competencies required in the evolving engineering profession.

Performance
High
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Low
  NA
Importance
High
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Low
  NA
Comments


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