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Department of Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing

Program Outcomes

Program outcomes are statements that describe what students are expected to know and be able to do by the time of graduation. Advanced Manufacturing and Applied Robotics graduates must have:

a. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics and science to manufacturing systems.

b. An ability to apply manufacturing concepts in a capstone manufacturing project application.

c. An ability to integrate contemporary computer applications and process automation, including the use of sensors, actuators, and controllers to automate machines and processes.

d. An ability to understand the societal, environmental, and economic aspects of manufacturing systems.

e. An ability to successfully function as team members in a manufacturing laboratory setting.

f. An ability to communicate technical matters effectively in oral form.

g. An ability to communicate technical matters effectively in written form.

h. An ability to communicate technical matters effectively in graphical form.

i. An ability to demonstrate project management, quality assurance methods, and supply chain management.

j. An understanding of the fundamental behavior of materials and the testing techniques used to determine material properties.

k. An understanding of contemporary manufacturing processes, particularly for parts consisting of manufacturing materials.