Program Accreditation

 
 
 
The Bachelor in Computer Engineering Program is accredited by Engineering Accreditation Commission of Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology, ABET.
 
 
Organization ID
1005
Program ID
5542
Program and Degree Name
Computer Engineering, Bachelor
Accreditation Dates
03/01/2017-Present
Accredited Campus Locations
Main Campus
Criteria
Computer Engineering
Date of Next Comprehensive Review
2022-2023
Accredited By
Engineering Accreditation Commission
International Mutual Recognition Agreement
 

 

 

To prepare graduate who will be able to

  • Apply their knowledge of computer engineering and skills to pursue successful career as computer engineers, consultants and entrepreneurs.
  • Lead their professional disciplines, organizations and communities around the world.
  • Practice and inspire high technical standards and communicate to colleagues and the public at large their work accomplishment.
  • Continue their education in leading graduate programs in engineering and interdisciplinary area to emerge as researchers.
  • Re-learn and innovate in ever-changing global economic and technological environments of the 21st century.
 
 
Student Learning Outcomes
CODE
 Define the fundamental mathematical and scientific knowledge for computer engineer.
SLO-a
 List contemporary issues in the field of computer engineering.
SLO-j
 Develop and formulate solutions for computer engineering problems.
SLO-e
 Design a computer system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints.
SLO-c
 Conduct experiments related to computer engineering and analyse and interpret the obtained results.
SLO-b
 Criticize the impact of computer engineering solutions in a global, economic and societal context.
SLO-h
 Compose modern engineering techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computer engineering practice.
SLO-k
 Demonstrate to work independently and within team.
SLO-d
 Analyze the professional and ethical responsibility of engineering profession.
SLO-f
 Recognize the need for and an ability to engage in lifelong learning.
SLO-i
 Demonstrate written communication effectively.
SLO-g1
 Demonstrate oral communication effectively.
SLO-g2