Attributes of the Graduates of Engineering
According to NARS 2018, the Engineering graduate must:
1- Master a wide spectrum of engineering knowledge and specialized skills and can apply acquired knowledge using theories and abstract thinking in real life situations.
2- Apply analytic critical and systemic thinking to identify, diagnose and solve engineering problems with a wide range of complexity and variation.
3- Behave professionally and adhere to engineering ethics and standards.
4- Recognize his/her role in promoting the engineering field and contribute to the development of the profession and the community.
5- Work in and lead a heterogeneous team of professionals from different engineering specialties and assume responsibility for own and team performance.
6- Value the importance of the environment, both physical and natural, and work to promote sustainability principles.
7- Use techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
8- Assume full responsibility for own learning and self-development, engage in lifelong learning and demonstrate the capacity to engage in post- graduate and research studies.
9- Communicate effectively using different modes, tools, and languages with various audiences; to deal with academic/professional challenges in a critical and creative manner.
10- Demonstrate leadership qualities, business administration and entrepreneurial skills.