Educational Objectives of the Program are to provide graduates with the technical knowledge and skills in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering in order to;

PEO1 recognize, analyze and solve the engineering problems, and apply these abilities to design of all kind of ships and their powering, propulsion and machinery systems.
PEO2 recognize the importance of engaging in life-long learning.
PEO3 gain practical experience to work well in local and international team environments.
PEO4 gain effective written and oral communication skills, and use modern engineering tools.
PEO5 establish themselves as practicing professionals through increased responsibilities beyond their original entry-level position, or if engaged in graduate study, making timely progress towards an advanced degree.

Program Assessment Activities Related to PEOs
The process of assessing the program educational objectives is achieved by the graduates with professional careers as alumni. The process is implemented using four assessment instruments: Alumni Surveys, Employer Surveys, Program Advisory Board (PAB) Reports and Program Academic Board (PACB) Reports.

Constituency Assessment Tool Frequency Time Target
Alumni Survey Every three years at the end of Academic Year Graduates of past 5 years
Employer Survey Every three years at the end of Academic Year All employers
PAB Meeting Report Every three years at the end of Academic Year PAB members
PACB Meeting Report Annually at the end of Academic Year PACB members

Performance Criteria for Program Educational Objectives

Program Educational Objectives (PEO) Assessment method Performance criteria
PEO1: recognize, analyze and solve the engineering problems, and apply these abilities to design of all kind of ships and their powering, propulsion and machinery systems, Alumni survey >= 3 out of 5
Employer survey >= 3 out of 5
PAB meeting report N/A
PACB meeting report N/A
PEO2: recognize the importance of engaging in life-long learning, Alumni survey >= 3 out of 5
Employer survey >= 3 out of 5
PAB meeting report N/A
PACB meeting report N/A
PEO3: gain practical experience to work well in local and international team environments, Alumni survey >= 3 out of 5
Employer survey >= 3 out of 5
PAB meeting report N/A
PACB meeting report N/A
PEO4: gain effective written and oral communication skills, and use modern engineering tools, Alumni survey >= 3 out of 5
Employer survey >= 3 out of 5
PAB meeting report N/A
PACB meeting report N/A
PEO5: establish themselves as practicing professionals through increased responsibilities beyond their original entry-level position, or if engaged in graduate study, making timely progress towards an advanced degree Alumni survey >= 3 out of 5
Employer survey >= 3 out of 5
PAB meeting report N/A
PACB meeting report N/A
Enrolment statistics for higher education 20% of total graduates

Assessment and Documentation of the Results:
According to the assessment results, the Program Accreditation Committee (PAC) evaluates the results once in every three years. Hence the program educational objectives are reviewed accordingly. If any modification and/or addition into the program educational objectives are required, they shall be discussed at the Program Academic Board (PACB) and Program Advisory Board (PAB). Afterwards, the addressed concerns shall be submitted as quickly as possible to Faculty Academic Board (FAB) in order to facilitate the program improvement. Alumni and industry concerns are considered primarily for long‐term changes in the program of study.