Assessment of ABET Programme Outcomes (a) to (k)
World Transactions on Engineering and Technology Education
UNESCO * International Centre for Engineering Education
Place of Publication
In this article, the author presents a comprehensive assessment process for programme outcomes (a) to (k) of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), which is being implemented in the mechanical engineering programme at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) in Fort Wayne, USA. This assessment process is part of a plan that was developed by the author, with some feedback from the faculty, to assess the mechanical engineering educational objectives and programme outcomes using internal and external measures. This process involves data and feedback from several parties that include: course instructors (faculty), students and graduating seniors, local industries that sponsor capstone senior design projects, and the Fundamental of Engineering (FE) examination.
Hosni Abu-Mulaweh (2005).
Assessment of ABET Programme Outcomes (a) to (k). World Transactions on Engineering and Technology Education.4 (2), 263-267. Australia: UNESCO * International Centre for Engineering Education.