ABET Student Outcomes Assessment
Student Outcome c:
An ability to design an integrated system consisting of human, material, equipment, energy and information in order to achieve a wellperform system using industrial engineering methods within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability
Performance Indicators

Relevant Assessment Data

Target for Performance

Results in 20152016

Identifies and determines needs, boundaries and related constraints of the design project of integrated system

Direct Measures Using TIN 314 Lab. Exam Questions:
Percentage of the number of students gaining scores of equal to or more than 65 points (out of 100 points) of layout design problem

=> 65% of students scores 65 (out of 100) or above

24%

Defines quantifiable targets and criteria for acceptability of the system designed

Direct Measures Using TIN 314 Lab. Exam Questions:
Percentage of the number of students gaining scores of equal to or more than 65 points (out of 100 points) of layout design problem

13%

Chooses and analyzes alternative methods or ideas

Direct Measures Using TIN 314 Lab. Exam Questions:
Percentage of the number of students gaining scores of equal to or more than 65 points (out of 100 points) of layout design problem

22%

Perform design process of the system using best alternative methods or ideas

Direct Measures Using TIN 314 Lab. Exam Questions:
Percentage of the number of students gaining scores of equal to or more than 65 points (out of 100 points) of layout design problem

29%

Analyzes and interprets results

Direct Measures Using TIN 314 Lab. Exam Questions:
Percentage of the number of students gaining scores of equal to or more than 65 points (out of 100 points) of layout design problem

21%

Achievement Level of the Student Outcome

22%

Student Outcome e:
An ability to identify, formulate and solve industrial engineering problems
Performance Indicators

Relevant Assessment Data

Target for Performance

Results in 20152016

Identifies and formulates a clear and unambiguous problem statement.

Direct Measures Using TIN 206 Exam Questions:
Percentage of the number of students gaining scores of more than 65 points (out of 100 points) of formulation problem using Linear Programming Method.

=> 65% of students scores 65 (out of 100) or above

33%

Determines different approaches to solve engineering problems and chooses an effective approach.

Direct Measures Using TIN 218 Exam Questions:
Percentage of the number of students gaining scores of more than 65 points (out of 100 points) of aggregate/production Planning problem using some strategies.

8%

Formulates an appropriate complete mathematical model for the industrial engineering problem.

Direct Measures Using TIN 206 Exam Questions:
Percentage of the number of students gaining scores of more than 65 points (out of 100 points) of formulation problem using Linear Programming Method.

65%

Applies appropriate analytical, numerical, or experimental method to solve industrial engineering problems

Direct Measures Using TIN 206 Exam Questions:
Percentage of the number of students gaining scores of more than 65 points (out of 100 points) of solving optimization problem using Simplex Methods (Two Phases or Big M Methods).

75%

Achievement Level of the Student Outcome

43%

Student Outcome i:
An ability to engage in lifelong learning
Performance Indicators

Relevant Assessment Data

Target for Performance

Results in 20152016

Accesses information effectively and efficiently

Direct Measures Using TIN 490 Final Project Evaluation from Supervisors:
Percentage of the number of students demonstrating proficient or higher level performance of final project process with criteria; getting the topic of final project, number of references, sources of references and the way to access references.

=> 65% of students demonstrates proficient or higher level (3 or above)

73%

Demonstrates ability to learn independently

Direct Measures Using TIN 490 Final Project Evaluation from Supervisors:
Percentage of the number of students demonstrating proficient or higher level performance of final project process with criteria; understanding of research materials (textbooks and journals), methods or techniques used in research, research plan.

71%

Positively reflects on his own learning

Direct Measures Using TIN 490 Final Project Evaluation from Supervisors:
Percentage of the number of students demonstrating proficient or higher level performance of final project process with criteria; use of the knowledge students already have, engagement in the learning process to improve student performance.

63%

Achievement Level of the Student Outcome


70%

Student Outcome k:
An ability to use the techniques, skills and modern and classical engineering tools required by industrial engineers
Performance Indicators

Relevant Assessment Data

Target for Performance

Results in 20152016

Selects appropriate tools, skills and techniques in solving the industrial engineering problems

Direct Measures Using TIN 218 Mid Term Exam Questions:
Percentage of the number of students gaining scores equal to or more than 65 points (out of 100 points) of forecasting demand problem using forecasting techniques

=> 65% of students scores 65 (out of 100) or above

78%

Uses modern tools and techniques in modeling and solving industrial engineering problems

Direct Measures Using TIN 218 Mid Term Exam Questions:
Percentage of the number of students gaining scores equal to or more than 65 points (out of 100 points) of forecasting demand problem using forecasting techniques
Direct Measures Using TIN 218 Final Exam Questions:
Percentage of the number of students gaining scores equal to or more than 65 points (out of 100 points) of material requirement planning (MRP) problem
Direct Measures Using TIN 304 Final Exam Questions:
Percentage of the number of students gaining scores equal to or more than 65 points (out of 100 points) of acceptance sampling problem

63%

Analyzes and interprets the results gained from the industrial engineering problems

Direct Measures Using TIN 218 Mid Term Exam Questions:
Percentage of the number of students gaining scores equal to or more than 65 points (out of 100 points) of forecasting demand problem using forecasting techniques
Direct Measures Using TIN 218 Final Exam Questions:
Percentage of the number of students gaining scores equal to or more than 65 points (out of 100 points) of material requirement planning (MRP) problem
Direct Measures Using TIN 304 Final Exam Questions:
Percentage of the number of students gaining scores equal to or more than 65 points (out of 100 points) of acceptance sampling problem

26%

Achievement Level of the Student Outcome

50%

