Mission, Vision, PEOs and POs

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IIUM Vision Statement

The University aims at becoming a leading international centre of educational excellence which seeks to restore the dynamic and progressive role of the Muslim Ummah in all branches of knowledge and intellectual discourse

IIUM Mission Statement

Towards actualizing the University's vision, IIUM endeavours seven missions that are:

  1. To undertake the special and greatly needed task of reforming the contemporary Muslim mentality and integrating Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences in a positive manner.
  2. To produce better quality intellectuals, professionals and scholars by integrating the qualities of faith (iman), knowledge (`ilm), and good character (akhlaq) to serve as agents of comprehensive and balanced progress as well as sustainable development in Malaysia and in the Muslim world.
  3. To foster the Islamicisation of the ethics of Muslim academic and administrative staff of IIUM, and certain aspects of human knowledge - particularly in the social sciences and humanities - with the view to making them more useful and more relevant to the Muslim Ummah.
  4. To nurture the quality of holistic excellence which is imbued with Islamic moral-spiritual values, in the process of learning, teaching, research, consultancy, publication, administration and student life.
  5. To exemplify an international community of dedicated intellectuals, scholars, professionals, officers and workers who are motivated by the Islamic world-view and code of ethics as an integral part of their work culture.
  6. To enhance intercultural understanding and foster civilization dialogues in Malaysia as well as across communities and nations.
  7. To develop an environment that instills commitment for life-long learning and a deep sense of social responsibility among staff and students.

Kulliyyah of Engineering Vision Statement

A Global Centre of Innovative Engineering Education and Research with Values and Professional Ethics.

Kulliyyah of Engineering Mission Statement

To be a Referral Hub for Engineering Education and Sustainable Solutions Based on Islamic Principles for a Better World.

 

Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

A Graduate is expected to achieve one or more of the following program educational objectives.

  1. Graduates who advance in career and professional standing nationally or internationally based on leadership and/or technical expertise.
  2. Graduates who demonstrate moral and professional commitment for the betterment of society.
  3. Graduates who engage in entrepreneurial activities that apply engineering knowledge and technical skills.
  4. Graduates who engage in life long learning through postgraduate education and/or continuous professional development.

Program Outcomes (PO)

Students graduated from the Kulliyyah of Engineering programme are expected to attain the following :

1. Engineering Knowledge (T) - Apply knowledge of mathematics, sciences, engineering fundamentals and specialization to solve complex engineering problems.

2. Problem Analysis (T) – Identify, formulate, perform relevant literature review and analyze complex engineering problems, reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.

3. Design/Development of Solutions (A) – Design solutions whilst exhibiting innovativeness, for complex engineering problems and design systems, components or processes that meet specified needs; with appropriate consideration of cost, sustainability issues, environmental impact, public health and safety, engineering ethics as well as cultural and social needs.

4. Investigation (D) - Conduct investigation on complex problems whilst displaying creativity, by using research-based knowledge and method, including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions. 

5. Modern Tool Usage (A & D) - Create and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering/IT tools, which includes making prediction and modelling of the complex engineering activities with understanding of limitations.

6. The Engineer and Society (ESSE) - Apply reasoning based on contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal, cultural, contemporary issues, and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practices.

7. Environment and Sustainability (ESSE) - Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal, global, and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.

8. Ethics (ESSE) –Apply professional ethics with Islamic values and commit to responsibilities and norms of professional engineering code of practices.

9. Communication (S) - Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities within the engineering community and with the society at large, which include but not limited to writing effective reports and documentation, delivering effective presentation as well as giving and receiving clear instructions.

10. Individual and Team Work (S) - Able to function effectively both as an individual or member of a team, or a leader in a diversified multi-disciplinary team settings.

11. Life Long Learning (S) -Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

12. Project Management and Finance (S) - Demonstrate and apply engineering management and financial principles into one’s work which include being an effective member/leader in projects with multidisciplinary settings and identify opportunities of entrepreneurship.

The program learning outcomes are grouped into 5 general areas to identify the nature of the skills and capability involved. These groups are:

  1. Technical (T) – essential capabilities related to traditional scientific and engineering knowledge
  2. Analysis (A) – creatively working with available data and engineering tools and fundamental knowledge to correctly solve basic problem
  3. Design (D) – being able to perceive the best solution for both small scale and large scale project by involving all required basic problems
  4. Ethics, Safety, Society and Environment (ESSE) - giving appropriate consideration to matters pertaining to professionalism and ethics, safety, local and global society and the environment
  5. Work skills (S) – being and effective communicator and effective member of a team and to appreciate the need to continuously acquired skills and abilities.

Relationship between Kulliyyah of Engineering and IIUM Missions

 

IIUM Mission

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1.

Kulliyyah of Engineering Mission

To provide quality engineering education with sufficient scope of knowledge and application

 

 

 

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To include fundamental and specialized knowledge and practice in engineering

 

 

 

3.

To grant a broad base in management, ethics and humanities.

 

 

 

4.

To provide base and prepare students to serve the current and emerging needs of the society.

 

 

 

 

Relationship between KOE Mission and PEO

 

KOE Mission

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Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)

Graduates who advance in career and professional standing nationally or internationally based on leadership and/or technical expertise.

2.

Graduates who demonstrate moral and professional commitment for the betterment of society.

 

 

3.

Graduates who engage in entrepreneurial activities that apply engineering knowledge and technical skills.

 

4.

Graduates who engage in life long learning through postgraduate education and/or continuous professional development.

 

Programme Outcomes Mapping with Programme Objectives.

 

PEO1

PEO2

PEO3

PEO4

PO1

 

 

PO2

 

 

 

PO3

 

PO4

 

 

 

PO5

 

 

PO6

 

 

PO7

 

PO8

 

 

 

PO9

 

PO10

 

 

PO11

 

 

 

PO12

 

 
Learning Outcomes of Other Domains

 

MQF learning outcomes domains:

  1. knowledge
  2. practical skills
  3. social skills and responsibilities
  4. values, attitudes and professionalism
  5. communication, leadership and team skills,
  6. problems solving and scientific skills
  7. information management and lifelong learning skills; and
  8. managerial and entrepreneurial skills

MOHE Domain Learning Outcomes

MOHE learning outcomes domains:

  1. Knowledge in Specific Area-Content
  2. Practical Skills
  3. Critical Thinking  and Scientific Skills
  4. Communication Skills
  5. Social Skills, Teamwork and Responsibilities
  6. Values, Ethics, Moral and Professionalism
  7. Information Management and Life Long Learning
  8. Management and Entrepreneurship
  9. Leadership Skills

 

Soft Skills Learning Outcomes :

  1. Critical Thinking and Problem-solving Skills
  2. Communication Skills
  3. Teamwork Skills
  4. Ethics & Moral Professionalism
  5. Life-long Learning and Information Management
  6.  Entrepreneurial Skills
  7. Leadership Skills

 

 

Relation between KOE PO with outcomes from EAC, MQF domain, MOHE domain and Soft Skills 

KOE PO

EAC

MQF Domain

MOHE Domain

Soft Skills

1. Engineering Knowledge (T) - Apply knowledge of mathematics, sciences, engineering fundamentals and specialization to solve complex engineering problems.

1

1 & 6

1

-

2. Problem Analysis (T) – Identify, formulate, perform relevant literature review and analyze complex engineering problems, and reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.

2

1 & 6

1

1

3. Design/Development of Solutions (A) – Design solutions whilst exhibiting innovativeness, for complex engineering problems and design systems, components or processes that meet specified needs; with appropriate consideration of cost, sustainability issues, environmental impact, public health and safety, engineering ethics as well as cultural and social needs.

3

2, 3 & 6

2

1

4. Investigation (D) - Conduct investigation on complex problems whilst displaying creativity, by using research-based knowledge and method, including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions.  

4

2 & 6

2, 3

1

5. Modern Tool Usage (A & D) -Create and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering/IT tools, which includes making prediction and modelling of the complex engineering activities with understanding of limitations.

5

6 & 7

7

 

6. The Engineer and Society (ESSE) - Apply reasoning based on contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal, cultural, contemporary issues, and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practices.

6

3 & 4

5

4

7. Environment and Sustainability (ESSE) - Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal, global, and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.

7

3 & 4

5

4

8. Ethics (ESSE) –Apply professional ethics with Islamic values and commit to responsibilities and norms of professional engineering code of practices.

8

3 & 4

6

4

9. Communication (S) - Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities within the engineering community and with the society at large, which include but not limited to writing effective reports and documentation, delivering effective presentation as well as giving and receiving clear instructions.

9

5 & 7

4, 7

2

10. Individual and Team Work (S) -Able to function effectively both as an individual or member of a team, or a leader in a diversified multi-disciplinary team settings.

10

5 & 8

5, 8

3

11. Life Long Learning (S) -Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

11

7

7

5

12. Project Management and Finance (S) -Demonstrate and apply engineering management and financial principles into one’s work which include being an effective member/leader in projects with multidisciplinary settings and identify opportunities of entrepreneurship.

12

8

5, 8, 9

6, 7