Prior to graduation, each graduate of BS ETM program will have demonstrated:
a. Fundamental knowledge, techniques, skills, and tools of engineering technology activities and the ability to select and apply them to improve processes.
b. The ability to use math, science, and engineering technology principles and procedures to identify, analyze, and solve engineering technology problems;
c. The ability to conduct test and measurements, analyze and interpret experiments, and to apply experimental results in order to improve engineering technology processes;
d. The ability to design engineering technology systems, components, or processes that will be beneficial to technical or managerial practices in the workplace;
e. The ability to work in interdisciplinary teams and to effectively communicate with colleagues and customers;
f. The ability to identify, analyze, and solve engineering technology problems;
g. The ability to effectively communicate through the use of written, oral, and graphical methods;
h. Understanding of the need for continuing education and professional development;
i. Knowledge of professional ethics in a diverse workforce;
j. Knowledge of contemporary issues and recognition of the impact of engineering technology decisions within the global and social context;
k. Commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement in the workplace and everyday situations;
l. Knowledge of the basic economics of business and the ability to apply it effectively;
m. The ability to plan, implement, and manage projects from conception to completion.