Tác giả :
After successful completion the CET programme, graduates will be able to demonstrate and attain the 17 ELOs that align with 4 objectives of the CET programme as follows

Programme objectives

Expected learning outcomes

1. Be proficient in the general knowledge of engineering science, the fundamental and specialized knowledge of construction engineering

1.1  Apply knowledge of mathematics and science.

1.2  Analyze core fundamental knowledge of construction engineering.

1.3  Analyze advanced fundamental knowledge of construction engineering necessary for construction engineering practice.

2. Grow professionally in their careers through continuous development of technical and management skills, roles of responsibility in professional activities, and life-long learning ability

2.1  Analyze and solve construction engineering problems.

2.2  Measure and interpret experimental data related to construction materials and structures.

2.3  Select possible solutions of construction engineering within the context of society, enterprise and technique.

2.4  Adapt for life-long learning.

2.5  Perceive professional practice skills in construction engineering including professional and ethical responsibility.

3.  Adapt effectively in the professional environment, leadership and teamwork in the context of construction engineering

3.1  Evaluate the goals and characteristics of individuals to engage technical collaboration with team members towards the sound solution of multi-disciplinary projects.

3.2  Choose various communication skills such as technical writing, sketching and drawing, persuasive arguments, and presentation to support the needs and character of the audience.

3.3  Demonstrate the ability to use English in construction engineering, with the emphasis on reading and writing skills.

4. Be able to apply these knowledge and skills to design, develop and select sound solutions to construction engineering projects

4.1  Judge the impact of construction engineering solution in global, economic, environmental, and societal context, and vice versa.

4.2  Adapt different enterprise cultures and develop professional behaviors to work successfully in organizations.

4.3  Select appropriate models of construction engineering performance to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economy, environment, society, and sustainability.

4.4  Design a part or complete construction project by means of design experiences integrated throughout the professional component of the curriculum.

4.5  Develop appropriate processes of construction engineering practice.

4.6  Select suitable procedure to operate a construction project including inspection, maintenance, repair and upgrade.

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