Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Department

Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes

SENIOR DESIGN PRESENTATIONS - INTEGRATED DESIGN EXPERIENCE [IDE]

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL and BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY

Course:  

Term:         Year:


 

Excellent Above Average Average Below Average Poor No Basis for Judgment
1.
The students' knowledge of the fundamental principles necessary to carry out the design project was

2.
The students' knowledge of the advanced topics necessary to carry out the design project was

3.
The students' ability to analyze the behavior of existing systems was

4.
The students' ability to design new, practical systems was

5.
The students' ability to use mathematics to analyze and design the systems they worked with was

6.
The students' ability to use computers (and/or modern engineering tools) to analyze and design the systems they worked with was

7.
The students' ability to use laboratory equipment and instrumentation to conduct experiments necessary for the design was

8.
The students' ability to communicate orally was

9.
The students' ability to express themselves in written form was

10.
The students' awareness of the impact of their work on Social, Environmental, and Global Issues was

11.
The students' awareness of the need to engage in lifelong learning was

12.
The students' awareness of modern engineering practices was

 

13. Based on your experience teaching Senior Capstone Design this year, what changes would you recommend to the curriculum to better prepare students for this course?

Course Evaluated by (Name) :      CSU ID:

Date (mm/dd/yyyy):

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Mailing Address
Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Department
Fenn College of Engineering

2121 Euclid Ave., SH 455
Cleveland, Ohio 44115-2214
Campus Location
Stilwell Hall Room 455

Phone: 216.687.2569
Fax: 216.687.9220
ChE@csuohio.edu
Contact
Jorge E. Gatica
j.gatica@csuohio.edu
Phone: 216.523.7274


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