Research Competencies in Nanosystems Engineering

Expected by Louisiana Tech University

Nanosystems Engineering Programs

Excerpts from:

College of Engineering & Science, Louisiana Tech University. Nanosystems Engineering: Educational Objectives and Outcomes

Nanosystems Engineering Educational Objectives

The educational objectives of the Nanosystems Engineering program are to produce graduates that are:

NSENPO3: trained with skills in critical thinking, teamwork, problem solving, and engineering design.

NSENPO4: educated in understanding their professional and ethical responsibilities.

Nanosystems Engineering Expected Outcomes

Graduates of the Nanosystems Engineering program will have:

NSENEO3: A broad understanding of social, cultural, and ethical principles and responsibilities.

NSENEO4: An ability to identify, define and solve complex problems that cut across disciplines.

NSENEO6: An ability to communicate effectively using appropriate technology and efficiently use information resources.

NSENEO9: The ability to adapt to sociological and technological change.

NSENEO10: A significant professional or research experience prior to graduation.

Last modified March 1, 2007
by Boris Teske, Prescott Memorial Library,
Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, LA 71272