The student outcomes for the Civil Engineering Program at Alabama A&M University are listed below.
Students who graduate from Alabama A&M University in the Civil Engineering program will have the capability to:
- Formulate and solve engineering problems in practice by applying fundamental knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering; (a, c, e, k), (objectives 1, 2)
- Design and conduct experiments within the civil engineering domain and to analyze and interpret data; (a, b, d, e, g, k), (objectives 1, 2)
- Communicate with multidisciplinary teams; (d, f, g), (objectives 1, 3)
- Consider contemporary issues and mutual global and societal influence on the engineering solutions; (f, h, j), (objectives 1, 3)
- Continue their education and professional development; (i, j, k), (objectives 2, 3)
- Complete civil engineering design problems using realistic constraints while integrating professional standards and ethical responsibilities; (a, c through k), (objectives 1, 2, 3), and
- Use any modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice (b, c, e, k), (objectives 1, 2)
The notes indicated in the first set of parentheses at the end of each student outcome statement above describe how it relates to the outcome requirements of Criterion 3 (a through k) of the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) and the second set to the Program Educational Objectives of AAMU Civil Engineering.
Student Enrollment and Graduation Data
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