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EEE Programme Accreditation  |  IEM Programme Accreditation

 

EEE PROGRAMME ACCREDITATION

Our undergraduate electrical and electronic engineering curriculum is ABET-accredited and provides an excellent foundation for either graduate study or employment.  The education and research activities in the school are strongly aligned with its mission and programme educational objectives.

Mission Statement

The mission of the School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering (EEE) is to:

  1. Nurture creative and entrepreneurial leaders with broad-based and interdisciplinary education.

  2. Lead pioneering research and innovation, and translate them into solutions for a sustainable future.

  3. Enhance the profession, and contribute to the advancement of the nation and the enrichment of humanity.


Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

The undergraduate education in NTU School of EEE prepares students to meet our three Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) to:

  1. Equip graduates with a solid foundation in mathematics, sciences, engineering and soft-skills for diverse careers and life-long learning.

  2. Develop graduates ready to practice and for employment in industries in electrical and electronic engineering.

  3. Develop graduates with a good understanding of their roles in society and a strong sense of ethical and professional responsibilities. 


Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)

Students graduating from the School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering at NTU will be able to achieve the skills and abilities listed below:

a) apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to the solution of complex engineering problems;

b) design and conduct experiments, analyse, interpret data and synthesise valid conclusions;

c) design a system, component, or process, and synthesise solutions to achieve desired needs;

d) identify, formulate, research through relevant literature review, and solve engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions;

e) use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice with appropriate considerations for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental constraints;

f) communicate effectively;

g) recognise the need for, and have the ability to engage in life-long learning;

h) understand the impact of engineering solutions in a societal context and to be able to respond effectively to the needs for sustainable development;

i) function effectively within multi-disciplinary teams and understand the fundamental precepts of effective project management;

j) understand professional, ethical and moral responsibility.


Specific Programme Criteria (SPC)

The Specific Programme Criteria (SPC) for the B.Eng. (EEE) programme is:

  1. Graduates of the Electrical Engineering Programme and the Electrical and Electronic Engineering Programme must have the knowledge to analyse and design complex electrical and electronic devices, software, and systems containing hardware and software components. The graduates must have a good understanding of the principles and applications of the basic sciences, engineering science and advanced mathematics, including probability and statistics, differential and integral calculus, linear algebra and complex variables.

  2. Faculty members conducting courses on design should have relevant educational qualifications and professional registration.

 

IEM PROGRAMME ACCREDITATION

Our information engineering and media curriculum is ABET-accredited and provides an excellent foundation for either graduate study or employment.  The education and research activities in the school are strongly aligned with its mission and programme educational objectives.

Mission Statement

The mission of the School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering (EEE) is:

  1. To nurture creative and entrepreneurial leaders with broad-based and interdisciplinary education.

  2. To lead pioneering research and innovation, and translate them into solutions for a sustainable future.

  3. To enhance the profession, and contribute to the advancement of the nation and the enrichment of humanity.


Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

The programme is hosted by EEE and jointly offered with the School of Art, Design and Media (ADM), the School of Computer Science and Engineering (SCSE), and the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information (WKWSCI). Leveraging on the strengths and expertise of these four NTU schools, this multi-disciplinary and cross-disciplinary degree programme aims to:

  1. train professional Infocomm engineers with strong technical skills to meet the demand for Infocomm manpower.

  2. train engineers with an exposure to the artistic and creative processes and equip them with an understanding of the needs of the growing media industry.

  3. provide graduates with a solid foundation in mathematics, information sciences and soft-skills for diverse careers and life-long learning.

  4. develop graduates with a good understanding of their roles in society and a strong sense of ethical and professional responsibilities.


Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)

Students graduating from the School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering at NTU will be able to achieve the skills and abilities (a) through (j) listed below:

a) apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to the solution of complex engineering problems;

b) design and conduct experiments, analyse, interpret data and synthesise valid conclusions;

c) design a system, component, or process, and synthesise solutions to achieve desired needs;

d) identify, formulate, research through relevant literature review, and solve engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions;

e) use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice with appropriate considerations for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental constraints;

f) communicate effectively;

g) recognise the need for, and have the ability to engage in life-long learning;

h) understand the impact of engineering solutions in a societal context and to be able to respond effectively to the needs for sustainable development;

i) function effectively within multi-disciplinary teams and understand the fundamental precepts of effective project management;

j) understand professional, ethical and moral responsibility.


Specific Programme Criteria (SPC)

The Specific Programme Criteria (SPC) for the B.Eng. (IEM) programme, as stipulated by EAB, are:

  1. The curriculum of the Bachelor of Engineering (Information Engineering and Media) programme must provide adequate theoretical grounding in the info-communication (e.g., programming, computer hardware and software, communications and networking, and digital media processing) discipline such that graduates of the programme are capable of analyzing and designing complex systems containing hardware and software components.

  2. The curriculum must also provide students with exposure to the artistic and creative processes of media creation and production.



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