Student Learning Outcomes

In 2004, the Florida Board of Governors adopted a resolution requiring universities in the State University System to devise an Academic Learning Compact (ALC) for each baccalaureate degree program. The ALC is envisioned as a compact or agreement between university and student that will establish a minimum level of competence at the bachelor’s degree level.

The ALC includes three components:

  • Student Learning Outcomes (SLO): what skills each student will acquire
  • Individual Student Assessment (ISA): the evaluation instrument(s)
  • Assessment Criteria: expected level of achievement in the ISA

Student Learning Outcomes for the BSEE Degree Program

Skills students will acquire in the BSEE degree are:

Content Knowledge Skills

  1. Identify, describe, and interpret mathematics, science and engineering principles to electrical engineering problems.

Critical Thinking Skills

  1. Design and conduct electrical engineering experiments and analyze and interpret the data collected.
  2. Design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability and sustainability

Communication Skills

  1. Convey technical data and design information effectively for a range of audiences using a variety of methods and media.