Contribution of the Course to Program Outcomes

No Program Learning Outcomes Contribution Level
1 2 3 4 5
1 To gain basic theoretical and practical knowledge about mathematics, science and basic engineering. X
2 To have the ability to interpret and evaluate data, identify problems, analyze, and develop evidence-based solutions by using the basic knowledge and skills in the field. X
3 To be able to select and use modern techniques, tools and information technologies required for applications related to the field. X
4 Gaining the ability to produce solutions, take responsibility in teams or do individual work when faced with unforeseen situations in applications related to the field. X
5 Having foreign language knowledge at a level to follow the innovations in the field and master effective communication techniques . X
6 Awareness of the necessity of lifelong learning; to follow the developments in science and technology and gain the consciousness of self-renewal. X
7 To have a sense of social responsibility, universal, social and professional ethics and to respect historical values X
8 To have quality awareness, environmental protection knowledge, worker health and job security. X
9 To gain the ability to use computer software and hardware at the basic level required by the field. X
10 To gain application skills by examining the relevant processes in the industry and service sector on site. X
11 Gaining the ability to design using technical drawing, computer aided drawing, simulation programs, and to select systems and components related to the field, to make basic sizing calculations, to draw professional plans and projects, to use laboratory tools and equipment and their software. X
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