Student Outcomes

The undergraduate program learning outcomes are directly aligned with the graduate attributes in EAB’s Criterion 2. They include:

  1. Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and materials engineering to solve complex engineering problems.
  2. Ability to analyse complex materials engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions.
  3. Technical competence in materials design and selection for engineering design of system components or processes.
  4. Ability to conduct scientific investigation of complex materials problems.
  5. Ability to select and apply appropriate laboratory techniques, engineering and IT tools in Materials Engineering practice.
  6. Understanding of the impact of engineering solutions on society and the responsibilities of the discipline
  7. Understanding of the impact of materials engineering solutions on the environment, and knowledge of materials and devices for sustainable development.
  8. Commitment to professional and ethical responsibility.
  9. Ability to function effectively in multidisciplinary teams.
  10. Ability to communicate effectively.
  11. Ability to apply engineering and management principles, and knowledge of economic decision-making to manage projects.
  12. Recognition of the need for life-long learning, and the ability to learn independently.

Table 2: Mapping of the Student Outcomes to the Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

 PEOS
SLOs of the MSE B.Eng. programme1234
1. Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and materials engineering to solve complex engineering problems. 
2. ​​Ability to analyse complex materials engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions. 
3. Technical competence in materials design and selection for engineering design of system components or processes. Technical competence in materials design and selection for engineering design of system components or processes.
4. Ability to conduct scientific investigation of complex materials problems.
​5. Ability to select and apply appropriate laboratory techniques, engineering and IT tools in Materials Engineering practice. 
6. Understanding of the impact of engineering solutions on society and the responsibilities of the discipline. 
7. Understanding of the impact of materials engineering solutions on the environment, and knowledge of materials and devices for sustainable development.  
8. Commitment to professional and ethical responsibility. 
​9. Ability to function effectively in multidisciplinary teams. 
10. Ability to communicate effectively. 
11. Ability to apply engineering and management principles and knowledge of economic decision-making to manage projects. 
12. Recognition of the need for life-long learning, and the ability to learn independently. 

Substantial contribution (more than 75%)​
Moderate contribution (about 50%)
BlankLittle contribution (less than 25%)