Cal Poly Mechanical Engineering [Mechanical engineering]

Cal Poly Mechanical Engineering

BS Mechanical Engineering < California Polytechnic State University

The general program outcomes listed below are from our accrediting body, ABET. The 3 or 4 skills listed under each outcome were defined by the faculty in the ME program. Students who demonstrate proficiency in these skills satisfy the program outcomes.

An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering The student will be able to evaluate basic geometrical quantities and mathematical expressions. The student will have knowledge of basic sciences and associated analysis techniques. The student will be proficient with basic analyses associated with other disciplines. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data The student will be proficient with the selection and basic operation of common instrumentation used in engineering measurement. The student will be able to design and conduct an experiment and compare the results to those predicted by an analytical model. The student will be able to interpret and discuss the results. An ability to 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 The student will be able to recognize a need and develop appropriate design specifications. The student will be able to develop component, system, or process concept solutions based on above specifications. The student will be able to use analysis to refine the design of a component, a system, or a process. The student will be able to build a functional prototype and assess if it meets performance specifications. An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams The student will recognize the value of a broad skill set resulting from a multidisciplinary team. The student will be able to communicate effectively with colleagues in other disciplines. The student will be able to identify when problems occur due to poor interactions among team members and identify ways to improve team dynamics. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems The student will be able to identify faulty products or processes and develop an engineering solution. The student will be able to select appropriate models for analyzing a system. The student will be able to analyze their models and interpret their results. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility The student will have knowledge of ASME code of ethics.


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Should I go to UC Riverside or Cal Poly Pomona for mechanical engineering? | Yahoo Answers

here's a comprehensive ranking of all engineering programs in the country. Cal Poly Pomona is up there with UC Davis and higher than UC Irvine and Santa Barbara. Riverside does not make it into the list. The promotion will come to the one that works the hardest. Worry about your promotion then. For now, get the better engineering education, which I believe will be at Pomona.

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