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U nastavku je jedan primjer kako se opisuju ishodi učenja: Potrebni ishodi učenja
definirani su, u ovom primjeru, Američke agencije za tehnološke studije


ABET.

Primjer je dan za studij: Elektrotehnike i računarstva


Program Educational Objectives

Program educational objectives are the life and career accomplishments that the program is preparing
graduates to achieve.


The Electrical and Computer Engineering Programs prepare graduates to:


1.

Apply knowledge in service to community and family and enga
ge in lifelong learning through
personal study and continuing education.

2.

Develop a fulfilling profession which may include employment in industry or academia,
technology
-
based entrepreneurship, and postgraduate study in engineering or other disciplines.

3.

Ma
ke innovative contributions to science and technology and serve in responsible positions of
leadership.

4.

Be an example of faith, character, and high professional ethics.

Program Learning Outcomes
(defined by ABET


USA Accreditation Agency in Technology)

In

order to prepare students to achieve the program educational objectives after graduation, the
program curriculum provides students with the following skills, abilities, and knowledge:

1.

Fundamentals:

An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics (differential, integral, and
multivariate calculus; linear algebra; complex variables; differential equations; discrete math; and
probability), science (Newtonian mechanics; electricity and magnetism; and introd
uctory
chemistry), computer fundamentals (programming languages; computer organization; and
software/hardware interfaces) and engineering science (signals and systems, electromagnetics, and
electronic devices).

2.

Experiments and data analysis:

An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to
analyze and interpret data.

3.

System design:

An ability

to design a system component or process to meet desired needs within
realistic constrains such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.

4.

Teamwork:

An ability to function on multi
-
disciplinary teams.

5.

Engineering problems:

An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.

6.

Ethics:

An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.

7.

Communication skills:

An ability to communicate effectively with people.

8.

Broad education:

The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering
solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.

This outcome is primarily associated with General Education courses in the Univ
ersity Core
requirement. GE courses provide a foundation for making engineering decisions in a broader
context, as well as building a foundation for lifelong learning and other program outcomes and
educational objectives.

9.

Lifelong learning:

A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life
-
long learning.

10.

Contemporary issues:

A knowledge of contemporary issues.

11.

Techniques, skills, and tools:

An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering
tools necessary for engineering practice.

12.

Lead
ership:

An understanding of principles of leadership and project management.

Outcome 1 Competencies

Competencies

Class
Number

Ability to create simple data structures and algorithms

CS 142

Ability to perform simple computations in binary.

ECEn 124
-
CS 124

Knowledge of knowledge of iteration, induction, recursion, complexity analysis, basic set
theory.

CS 235

Ability to describe how a compiler translates C code to assembly.

ECEn 124
-
CS 124

Ability to write machine code programs.

ECEn 124
-
CS 124

Application of complex variables to AC steady state circuit analysis.

ECEn 212

Application of algebra, linear algebra, and circuit equivalencies to DC circuit
analysis.

ECEn 212

Application of differential equations to transient analysis of RC, RL, and RLC circuits.

ECEn 212

Application of
algebra, linear algebra, and circuit equivalencies to AC circuit analysis.

ECEn 212

Ability to design, minimize, and analyze a combinational network.

ECEn 224

Ability to design and analyze a sequential network.

ECEn 224

Ability to apply electronic device models to the solution of a circuit problem.

ECEn 313

Ability to relate circuit theory to practice.

ECEn 313

Ability to describe a digital system in VHDL.

EC
En 320

Ability to simulate and debug a digital system described in VHDL.

ECEn 320

Ability to read and interpret a data sheet.

ECEn 320

Ability to implement logic using an FPGA.

ECEn 320

Ability to synchronize asynchronous inputs into a synchronous system and analyze the
MTBF.

ECEn 320

Ability to understand and optimize programs from the assembly code output by the compiler.

ECEn 324

Application of differential equations to wave propagation.

ECEn 360

Application of integral multivariate calculus to solve for electromagnetic fields.

ECEn 360

Application of complex variables to phasor solutions of w
ave equations.

ECEn 360

Ability to analyze the interaction of electromagnetic fields with structures and materials.

ECEn 360

Application

of integral calculus, differential equations, complex variables, to transform
analysis of a continuous
-
time LTI system.

ECEn 380

Application of integral calculus, differential equations, complex
variables, to transform
analysis of a discrete
-
time LTI system.

ECEn 380

Application of integral calculus to solve continuous
-
time convolution problems.

ECEn 380

Application of discrete math to solve discrete
-
time convolution problems.

ECEn 380

Ability to apply C and assembly programming languages and knowledge of the
hardware/software interface to the design and implementation of a real
-
time kernel.

ECEn 425

Ability to design a bus
-
based digital I/O device.

ECEn 427

Ability to use differential calculus for circuit optimization.

ECEn 443

Ability to apply probability theory to noisy circuits.

ECEn 443

An understanding of modern VLSI processes and how this processing relates to circuit
ECEn 445

performance.

Application of differe
ntial equations to model p
-
n junctions.

ECEn 450

Application of differential equations to charge transport in semiconducting material.

EC
En 450

Application of electromagnetics to understand fields and flow in PN
-
junctions.

ECEn 450

Ability to analyze CMOS circuits.

ECEn
451

Application of vector differential and integral equation methods to EM analysis.

ECEn 462

Ability to analyze wave propagation in materials and guiding structures.

ECEn 462

Application of differential equations to solve metallic and dielectric waveguide problems.

ECEn 466

Application of integral calcu
lus to solve diffraction problems.

ECEn 466

Application of linear algebra to find propagation characteristics in anisotropic media.

ECEn
466

Ability to model dynamic systems using differential equations, transfer functions, and state
space equations.

ECEn 483

An understanding of the relationship between the Fourier transform of co
ntinuous
-
time signal
and the DTFT of its samples.

ECEn 485

Application of linear algebra in describing digital modulation using the constellation
representation.

ECEn 485

Application of probability and statistics to bit error rate analysis of digital communication
systems.

ECEn 485

Application of in
tegral calculus, discrete math, and complex variables, and transform theory
to discrete
-
time signal processing.

ECEn 487

Ability to apply principles of probablity theory for analysis and numerical

estimation of
power spectral densities.

ECEn 487

A basic understanding of probabilistic reasoning and the foundations of probability theory:
sample spaces, event algebras, classical probability,
and Kolmogorov's axioms.

ECEn 370

An understanding of random variables, distribution functions, probability mass functions, and
probability density functions, including the uniform, binomial, Poi
sson, exponential, and
Gaussian distributions.

ECEn 370

An understanding of multivariate distributions, independence, conditioning, and functions of
random variables, including the ability to comp
ute expectations, moments, and correlation
functions.

ECEn 370

An understanding of characteristic functions and their relationship to linear transformations
and independence.

ECEn 370

An understanding of convergence concepts, including the central limit theorem and the law of
large numbers.

ECEn 370

The ability
to apply probability theory to the analysis of engineering systems.

ECEn 370


e.g.


ECEn 370: Probability Theory Competencies

Competencies

Outcome

A basic understanding of probabilistic reasoning and the foundations of probability theory:
sample spaces, event algebras, classical probability, and Kolmogorov's axioms.

Outcome 1

An understanding

of random variables, distribution functions, probability mass functions, and
probability density functions, including the uniform, binomial, Poisson, exponential, and
Gaussian distributions.

Outcome

1

An understanding of multivariate distributions, independence, conditioning, and functions of
random variables, including the ability to compute expectations, moments, and correlation
functions.

Outcome 1

An understanding of characteristic functions and their relationship to linear transformations
and independence.

Outcome 1

An understanding of convergence concepts, including the central l
imit theorem and the law of
large numbers.

Outcome 1

The ability to apply probability theory to the analysis of engineering systems.

Outcome
1



ECEn 450: Introduction to Semiconductor Devices Competencies

Competencies

Outcome

Application of differential equations to model p
-
n junctions.

Outcome 1

Application of differential equations
to charge transport in semiconducting material.

Outcome 1

Application of electromagnetics to understand fields and flow in PN
-
junctions.

Outc
ome 1

Ability to use Spice.

Outcome 11



ECEn 212: Circuit Analysis and Laboratory Competencies

Competencies

Outcome

Application of complex variables to AC steady state circuit analysis.

Outcome 1

Application of algebra, linear algebra, and circuit equivalencies to DC circuit analysis.

Outcome 1

Application of differential
equations to transient analysis of RC, RL, and RLC circuits.

Outcome 1

Application of algebra, linear algebra, and circuit equivalencies to AC circuit analysis.

Outcome 1

Ability to design, analyze, and demonstrate a working integrated stereo audio amplifier
system.

Outcome 3

Ability to use oscilloscopes, function generators, and DC pow
er supplies in an applied
design/debug environment.

Outcome 11



ECEn 360: Electromagnetic Fields and Waves Competencies

Competencies

Outcome

Application of differential equations to wave
propagation.

Outcome 1

Application of integral multivariate calculus to solve for electromagnetic fields.

Outcome 1

Application of complex v
ariables to phasor solutions of wave equations.

Outcome 1

Ability to analyze the interaction of electromagnetic fields with structures and materials.

Outcome 1



etc.



Outcome 2 Competencies

Competencies

Class
Number

Ability to define inputs and compare corresponding outputs with expected results in
debugging programs.

CS 142

Ability to describe the operation of a computer at the micro
-
architectural level

ECEn 124
-
CS
124

Operational amplifier design
project.

ECEn 313

Ability to use Matlab or similar tools to analyze, model, simulate, and experiment with
linear systems.

ECEn 380

Syste
m design project integrating custom bus
-
based digital I/O device.

ECEn 427

Ability to conduct lab experiments with electronic communication circuits.

ECEn 443

Ability to conduct lab experiments with A/D and D/A converters.

ECEn 445

Ability to analyze and interpret data measured from fabricated devices.

ECEn 452

Ability to perform experiments with real
-
world signals and DSP systems, including discrete
-
time filters, spectrum analyzer, acoustic direction finding, etc.

ECEn 487


e.g.


ECEn 487: I nt r oduct i on t o Di scr et e
-
Ti me Si gnal Pr ocessi ng Compet enci es

Compet enci es

Out come

Application of integral calculus, discrete math, and complex variables, and transform theory
to discrete
-
time signal processing.

Outcome 1

Ability to apply principles of probablity theory for analysis and numerical estimation of
power spectral densities.

Outcome 1

Abilit
y to perform experiments with real
-
world signals and DSP systems, including discrete
-
time filters, spectrum analyzer, acoustic direction finding, etc.

Outcome 2

Ability to use basic DSP functions
and algorithms (i.e., FIR filters, IIR filters, polyphase
systems, windows, FFTs, etc.) to formulate and solve engineering problems.

Outcome 5

Ability to use software tools such as Matlab (R) to des
ign, implement, and debug DSP
functions.

Outcome 11



ECEn 443: Communi cat i on and Power Ci r cui t s Compet enci es

Compet enci es

Out come

Ability to use differential calculus for circuit optimization.

Outcome 1

Ability to apply probability theory to noisy circuits.

Outcome 1

Ability to conduct lab experiments with electronic communication
circuits.

Outcome 2

Ability to design mixers, modulators, and power stages.

Outcome 3

Ability to write lab reports.

Outcome 7

Ability to use Spice.

Outcome 11



etc.
Outcome 4 Competencies

Competencies

Class Number

Ability to function in groups to design
and test microwave systems.

ECEn 464

Ability to maintain a team portfolio documenting the design process.

ECEn 490

Ability to establish
and follow ground rules governing team behavior.

ECEn 490

Ability to understand the expectations from other members on a team.

ECEn 490

Ability to assign and accept leadership responsibilities on a team.

ECEn 490

Ability to define, understand, and participate in team decision making processes.

ECEn 490

Ability to understand the different skill sets each team member brings to a team.

ECEn 490

Ability to understand the expectations

(regarding participation) of each team member.

ECEn 490



e.g.


ECEn 464: Wireless Communication Circuits (Block 2) Competencies

Competencies

Outcome

Ability to function in groups to design and
test microwave systems.

Outcome 4

Facility with microwave passive and active structures.

Outcome 5

Ability to simulate microwave systems and

components.

Outcome 11



ECEn 490: Team Design Project (Senior) Competencies

Competencies

Outcome

Ability to complete a significant culminating design that draws upon the knowledge gained in
prerequisite courses.

Outcome 3

Ability to maintain a team portfolio documenting the design process.

Outcome 4

Ability to establish and
follow ground rules governing team behavior.

Outcome 4

Ability to understand the expectations from other members on a team.

Outcome 4

Ability to assign and accept leadership responsibilities on a team.

Outcome 4

Ability to define, understand, and participate in team decision making processes.

Outcome 4

Ability to understand the different skill sets each team member brings to a team.

Outcome 4

Ability to understand the expectations (regarding participation) of each tea
m member.

Outcome 4

Ability to take high level, customer requirements, identify from them the specifications a
solution must meet, and formulate those specifications as an engineering problem.

Outcome 5

Ability to give an oral presentation describing team progress during a design review.

Outcome 7

Ability to produce a written report
describing a technical design.

Outcome 7

Ability to give an oral presentation describing a technical design.

Outcome 7

Ability to produce
and maintain the necessary control documents on a design team.

Outcome 7

An understanding of the principles of leadership and project management. [Added Fall 2007]

Outcome 12


no more....



Outcome 5 Competencies

Competencies

Class
Number

Ability to design and verify software that exploits a buffer
-
overflow security flaw in example
code.

ECEn 324

Ability to interpret and synthesize signals and systems in both the time and frequency
domains.

ECEn 380

Ability to recognize the

mathematical properties of signals and systems including linearity,
time invariance, causality, stability, etc.

ECEn 380

Facility with microwave passive and active structures.

ECEn 464

Ability to apply modern optical test equipment to measure optical communication system
parameters.

ECEn 466

Ability to design fee
dback control systems to meet desired specifications.

ECEn 483

Ability to apply matched filter techniques to detection.

ECEn 485

Ability

to use basic DSP functions and algorithms (i.e., FIR filters, IIR filters, polyphase
systems, windows, FFTs, etc.) to formulate and solve engineering problems.

ECEn 487

Ability to take high
level, customer requirements, identify from them the specifications a
solution must meet, and formulate those specifications as an engineering problem.

ECEn 490



e.g.


ECEn 324: Computer Systems
Competencies

Competencies

Outcome

Ability to understand and optimize programs from the assembly code output by the compiler.

Outcome 1

Ability to modify a CPU design to add instructions and to
improve the overall efficiency of
pipelined execution.

Outcome 3

Ability to design and verify software that exploits a buffer
-
overflow security flaw in example
code.

Outcome 5

Ability to use a C compiler, a disassembler, a debugger, and CPU emulators to develop,
debug, test, analyze, and optimize programs.

Outcome 11


ECEn 490: Team
Design Project (Senior) Competencies

Competencies

Outcome

Ability to complete a significant culminating design that draws upon the knowledge gained in
prerequisite courses.

Outcome 3

Ability to
maintain a team portfolio documenting the design process.

Outcome 4

Ability to establish and follow ground rules governing team behavior.

Out
come 4

Ability to understand the expectations from other members on a team.

Outcome 4

Ability to assign and accept leadership responsibilities on a team.

Outcome 4

Ability to define, understand, and participate in team decision making processes.

Outcome 4

Ability to understand the different skil
l sets each team member brings to a team.

Outcome 4

Ability to understand the expectations (regarding participation) of each team member.

Out
come 4

Ability to take high level, customer requirements, identify from them the specifications a
solution must meet, and formulate those specifications as an engineering problem.

Outcome 5

Ability

to give an oral presentation describing team progress during a design review.

Outcome 7

Ability to produce a written report describing a technical design.

Outcome 7

Ability to give an oral presentation describing a technical design.

Outcome 7

Ability to produce and maintain the necessary control documents on a design team.

Outcome 7

An understanding of the principles of leadership and project management. [Added Fall 2007]

Outcome 12




Outcome 6 Competencies

Competencies

Class Number

An understanding of professional ethics.

ECEn 391


e.g.


ECEn 391: Junior Seminar Competencies

Competencies

Outcome

An understanding of professional ethics.

Outcome 6

Ability to use the library, internet, etc. to learn about recent developments in a particular
technical field.

Outcome 9

Knowledge
of recent developments in a particular technial field.

Outcome 10




Outcome 7 Competencies

Competencies

Class Number

Ability to write lab reports.

ECEn 443

Ability to give an oral presentation describing team progress during a design review.

ECEn 490

Ability to produce a written repor
t describing a technical design.

ECEn 490

Ability to give an oral presentation describing a technical design.

ECEn 490

Ability to
produce and maintain the necessary control documents on a design team.

ECEn 490

Ability to produce a technical document.

Eng 312

Ability

to write lab reports.

ECEn 445

Ability to produce a technical document.

Eng 316

Ability to document engineering/experimental results an
d to write summary reports.

ECEn 313



e.g.


ECEn 313: Electronic Circuit Design 1 Competencies

Competencies

Outcome

Ability to apply electronic device models to the solution of a circuit
problem.

Outcome 1

Ability to relate circuit theory to practice.

Outcome 1

Operational amplifier design project.

Outcome 2

Ability to understand and develop circuit designs in a professional manner.

Outcome 3

Ability to document engineering/experimental r
esults and to write summary reports.

Outcome 7

Ability to use specialized circuit analysis techniques including approximate equivalent
circuits.

Outcome 11

Ability to use oscilloscopes, function generators, and DC power supplies.

Outcome 11

Ability to use Spice.

Outcome 11


ECEn 443: Communication and Power Circuits Competencies

Competencies

Outcome

Ability to use differential calculus for circuit optimization.

Outcome 1

Ability to apply probability theory to noisy ci
rcuits.

Outcome 1

Ability to conduct lab experiments with electronic communication circuits.

Outcome 2

Ability to design mixers, modulators,

and power stages.

Outcome 3

Ability to write lab reports.

Outcome 7

Ability to use Spice.

Outcome 11


etc....



Outcome 9 Competencies

Competencies

Class
Number

Ability to use the library, internet, etc. to learn about recent developments in a particular
technical field.

ECEn 391


e.g.


ECEn 391: Junior Seminar Competencies

Competencies

Outcome

An understanding of professional ethics.

Outcome 6

Ability to
use the library, internet, etc. to learn about recent developments in a particular
technical field.

Outcome 9

Knowledge of recent developments in a particular technial field.

Outcome 10




Outcome 10 Competencies

Competencies

Class Number

Knowledge of recent developments in a particular technial field.

ECEn 391


e.g.


ECEn 391:
Junior Seminar Competencies

Competencies

Outcome

An understanding of professional ethics.

Outcome 6

Ability to use the library, internet, etc. to learn about recent developments in a particular
tec
hnical field.

Outcome 9

Knowledge of recent developments in a particular technial field.

Outcome 10




Outcome 11 Competencies

Competencies

Class
Number

Ability to program in Java.

CS 142

Ability to program in C

ECEn 124
-
CS
124

Ability to program in assembly.

ECEn 124
-
CS
124

Ability to use oscilloscopes, function generators, and DC power supplies in an applied
design/debug environment.

ECEn 212

Ab
ility to use schematic capture tools.

ECEn 224

Ability to use specialized circuit analysis techniques including approximate equivalent
circuits.

ECEn 313

Ability to use Spice.

ECEn 443

Ability to use oscilloscopes, function generators, and DC power supplies.

ECEn 313

Ability to use a C compiler, a disassembler, a debugger, and CPU emulators to develop,
debug, test, analyze, and optimize programs.

ECEn 324

An understanding of the consequences and principles ass
ociated with digitally sampling
and reconstructing analog signals.

ECEn 380

Ability to use C programs, compilers, and debuggers in the design and implementation of
real
-
time application software.

ECEn 425

Ability to write interrupt service routines.

ECEn 425

Ability to use a real
-
time operating system as a tool in the development
of real
-
time
application software.

ECEn 425

Ability to read and interpret device specifications (data sheets) in order to integrate a device
within a microprocessor based system.

ECEn 427

Ability to use DMA for a high
-
bandwidth I/O device.

ECEn 427

Ability to work with industry standard design, verification, and CAD tools.

ECEn 445

Ability to use Spice including advanced features.

ECEn 445

Ability to use eCAD tools for CMOS design.

ECEn 451

Ability to characterize timing and noise in CMOS circuits.

ECEn 451

Ability to use modern microelectronics fabrication equipment.

ECEn 452

Ability to simulate microwave systems and components.

ECEn 464

Ability to simulate dynamic systems using Simulink and Matlab.

ECEn 483

Ability to simulate digital communication systems using Simulink and Matlab.

ECEn 485

Ability to use software tools such as Matla
b (R) to design, implement, and debug DSP
functions.

ECEn 487

Ability to use Spice.

ECEn 450

Ability to use Spice.

ECEn 313



e.g.


ECEn 313: Electronic Circuit Design 1 Competencies

Competencies

Outcome

Ability to apply electronic device models to the solution of a circuit problem.

Outcome 1

Ability to relate circuit theory to practice.

Outcome 1

Operational amplifier design project.

Outcome 2

Ability to understand and develop circuit designs in a professional manner.

Outcome 3

Ability to document engineering/experimental r
esults and to write summary reports.

Outcome 7

Ability to use specialized circuit analysis techniques including approximate equivalent
circuits.

Outcome 11

Ability to use oscilloscopes, function generators, and DC power supplies.

Outcome 11

Ability to use Spice.

Outcome 11


ECEn 313: Electronic Circuit Design 1 Competencies

Competencies

Outcome

Ability to apply electronic device models to the solution of a circuit problem.

Outcome 1

Ability to relate circuit theory to

practice.

Outcome 1

Operational amplifier design project.

Outcome 2

Ability to understand and develop circuit designs in a professional
manner.

Outcome 3

Ability to document engineering/experimental results and to write summary reports.

Outcome 7

Ability to use specialized
circuit analysis techniques including approximate equivalent
circuits.

Outcome 11

Ability to use oscilloscopes, function generators, and DC power supplies.

Outcome 11

Ability to use Spice.

Outcome 11


etc....



Outcome 12 Competencies

Competencies

Class
Number

An understanding of the principles of leadership and project management.
[Added Fall
2007]

ECEn 490



ECEn 490: Team Design Project (Senior) Competencies

Competencies

Outcome

Ability to complete a significant culminating design that draws upon the knowledge gained in
prerequisite courses.

Outcome 3

Ability to maintain a team portfolio documenting the design process.

Outcome 4

Ability to establish and foll
ow ground rules governing team behavior.

Outcome 4

Ability to understand the expectations from other members on a team.

Outcome 4

Ability to

assign and accept leadership responsibilities on a team.

Outcome 4

Ability to define, understand, and participate in team decision making processes.

Outcome 4

Ability to understand the different skill sets each team member brings to a team.

Outcome 4

Ability to understand the expectations (regarding participation) of each team member.

Outcome 4

Ability to take high level, customer requirements, identify from them the specifications a
solution must meet, and formulate those specifications as an engineering problem.

Outcome 5

Ability to give an oral presentation describing team progress during a design review.

Outcome 7

Ability to produce a written report describing a
technical design.

Outcome 7

Ability to give an oral presentation describing a technical design.

Outcome 7

Ability to produce and maintain
the necessary control documents on a design team.

Outcome 7

An understanding of the principles of leadership and project management. [Added Fall 2007]

Outcome 12