- Demonstrate engineering knowledge, skills, and behavior to exceed the expectations of employers and address problems to improve people’s lives.
- Continuously engage in professional development by seeking new career challenges, taking on leadership roles, pursuing educational opportunities, and/or obtaining engineering licensure.
- Perform meaningful service in their personal and professional communities.
- Ground their lives and careers in Christian principles while demonstrating professionalism, moral courage, social sensitivity, and ethical responsibility.
- Be exceptional team players who embrace diversity, establish a foundation of trust and mutual accountability, and focus on results.
These are are broad statements that describe what Campbell Engineering graduates are expected to attain within a few years after graduation. Program educational objectives are based on the needs of our program’s constituencies: students, employers/industry, alumni and faculty. These tenets are consistent with the mission of Campbell University, the needs of the program’s various constituencies, and ABET criteria. Program constituencies review these program educational objectives every three years to ensure that they remain consistent with the university’s mission, our program’s constituents’ needs, and ABET criteria.