College of Engineering and Computer Science

Academic Learning Compact for IE Assessment

Samples

Electrical Engineering B.S.E.E.

UCF Electrical Engineering graduates will demonstrate the ability to:

Discipline Specific Knowledge, Skills, Behavior and Values Outcomes

1. Recognize and apply concepts, principles and theories in the following areas:

- Mathematics, including differential and integral calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, and complex variables
- Discrete mathematics
- Probability and statistics
- Core electrical and computer engineering topics, including basic circuit analysis, signals and systems, electronics, digital logic and microprocessors
- Control systems, communications, electromagnetics, and electric power

2. Describe the interrelatedness of contemporary issues in a global and society context with electrical engineering solutions

Critical Thinking Outcomes

3. Demonstrate the use of the most current engineering techniques, skills, and tools, including computer-based tools for analysis and design of electrical engineering

4. Identify, formulate and solve novel electrical engineering problems

5. Design and conduct scientific and engineering experiments including analysis and interpretation of data

Communication Outcomes

6. Employ terminology for electrical engineering accurately and effectively

7. Use language in written form effectively and professionally for varied audiences

8. Convey technical material through oral presentations of electrical engineering topics

Assessment of Electrical Engineering Outcomes

These outcomes will be assessed using a variety of assessment methods, including:

- tests
- projects
- papers
- presentations
- simulations
- practicum
- internship

Computer Science B.S.

UCF Computer Science graduates will demonstrate the ability to:

Discipline Specific Knowledge, Skills, Behavior and Values Outcomes

1. Demonstrate expertise in the main content knowledge of computer science:

- Programming fundamentals
- Discrete and continuous mathematics including skills in logic and proof
- Algorithm design and complexity analysis
- Computer architecture and organization
- Computer operating systems
- Computer networks and distributed computing concepts
- Programming languages (proficient in at least two common languages)
- Software design and engineering principles, processes, methods and tools

2 . Effectively use computer science frameworks (concepts, principles, methods, languages and theories) to design, analyze and construct software as a solution to any computing-based application problem domain

3 . Effectively apply scientific and mathematical principles, methods and techniques to the research and development of emerging technologies in the computing field

Critical Thinking Outcomes

4. Critically analyze and apply a range of computer science concepts, principles, and practices in the context of solving problems across a range of problem domains

5 . Demonstrate proficiency in software lifecycle principles, using a range of problem solving, programming, and software engineering skills

6 . Develop computer-based applications based upon the computer
science body of knowledge

Communication Outcomes

7. Employ terminology for computer science accurately and effectively

8. Use technical writing effectively and professionally for varied audiences

9. Convey technical material through oral presentations of computing related topics

10. Communicate effectively using technology, including selecting and using appropriate tools

Assessment of Computer Science Outcomes

These outcomes will be assessed using a variety of assessment methods, including:

- tests
- projects
- papers
- presentations
- simulations
- practicum
- internship