Learning outcomes associated with CDIO syllabus – Level 3

LEARNING OUTCOMES associated with CDIO syllabus – Level 3

 

No. LEARNING OUTCOMES CRITERIA
1. PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND REASONING
1.1. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
1.1.1. Calculus 1 2.0
1.1.2. Physics (Physics 1) 2.0
1.1.3. Chemistry (Chemistry for Engineers, Fundamental of Analytical Chemistry) 3.0
1.1.4. Biology (Biology, Biochemistry, Environmental Microbiology,) 3.0
1.1.5. Introduction to Computing 3.0
1.1.6. Philosophy of Marxism and Leninism, Political economics of Marxism and Leninism, Ho Chi Minh’s Thoughts, History of Vietnamese Communist Party, Scientific socialism, Military education. 2.0
1.1.7. Introduction to Vietnamese Legal System 2.0
1.1.8 Introduction to Environmental Engineering 3.0
1.1.9. Environmental Ecology 3.5
1.1.10 Engineering Drawing 3.5
1.2. FUNDAMENTAL KNOWLEDGE  
1.2.1 Hydraulics for Environmental Engineering 3.5
1.2.2 Environmental Chemistry 1 3.5
1.2.3 Environmental Chemistry 2 3.5
1.2.4 Basic Theory of Environmental Structures 3.5
1.2.5 Mechanics of Materials 3.5
1.2.6 Physical and Chemical Processes for environmental engineering 3.5
1.2.7 Biological Processes for Environmental Engineering 3.5
1.2.8 Heat and mass transfer 3.0
1.2.9 Environmental Chemistry 1 lab 3.5
1.2.10 Environmental Chemistry 2 lab 3.5
1.3 PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE  
1.3.1 Water treatment 4.0
1.3.2 Municipal Wastewater Treatment 4.0
1.3.3 Industrial Wastewater Treatment 4.0
1.3.4 Air Pollution Control Engineering 4.0
1.3.5 Solid and hazardous waste Management 4.0
1.3.6 Project 1 4.0
1.3.7 Project 2 4.0
ELECTIVE COURSES
Engineering orientation
1.3.8 Construction-Measurement-and-Cost-Estimating 4.0
1.3.9 Treatment Plant Operation 4.0
1.3.10 Project management 4.0
1.3.11 Water Supply and Drainage Systems 4.0
1.3.12 Introduction to Business Administration 3.5
1.3.13 Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management 3.5
1.3.14 Pipe and Instruments Design 3.5
Research orientation
1.3.15 Research Methodology 4.0
1.3.16 Experimental Design and Data Analysis 4.0
1.3.17 Immerging Environmental Technology 3.5
1.3.18 Plant physiology 3.5
1.3.19 Nanomaterials 3.5
1.3.20 Biomaterials 3.5
INTERNSHIP, THESIS
1.3.21 Internship 4.5
1.3.22 Pre-thesis 4.5
1.3.23 Thesis 4.5
1.4 ASSISTANCE KNOWLEDGE, METHODS AND TOOLS  
1.4.1 Applied Statistics in Environment 3.5
1.4.2 Advanced Engineering Drawing 4.5
1.4.3 Critical Thinking 3.5
1.4.4 Engineering Ethics and Professional Skills 3.5
2. PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES  
2.1. ENGINEERING REASONING AND PROBLEM SOLVING  
2.1.1 Problem Identification and Formulation 3.0
2.1.2. Modeling 3.0
2.1.3. Estimation and Qualitative Analysis 3.0
2.1.4. Analysis with Uncertainty 3.0
2.1.5. Solution and Recommendation 3.0
2.2. EXPERIMENTATION AND KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY  
2.2.1. Hypothesis Formulation 3.0
2.2.2. Survey of Print and Electronic Literature 3.5
2.2.3. Experimental Inquiry 4.0
2.2.4. Hypothesis Test and Defense 3.5
2.3. SYSTEM THINKING  
2.3.1. Thinking Holistically 3.0
2.3.2. Emergence and Interactions in Systems 3.0
2.3.3. Prioritization and Focus 3.0
2.3.4. Trade-offs, Judgment and Balance in Resolution 3.5
2.4. PERSONAL SKILL AND ATTITUDES  
2.4.1. Initiative and Willingness to Make Decisions in the Face of Uncertainty 3.0
2.4.2. Perseverance, and Flexibility 3.0
2.4.3. Creative Thinking 3.0
2.4.4. Critical Thinking 3.5
2.4.5. Self-Awareness, Metacognition and Knowledge Integration 3.0
2.4.6. Lifelong Learning and Educating 3.5
2.4.7. Time and Resource Management 3.5
2.5. PROFESSIONAL SKILLS AND ATTITUDES  
2.5.1. Ethics, Integrity and Social Responsibility 4.0
2.5.2. Professional Behavior 4.0
2.5.3. Proactive Vision and Intention in Life 4.0
2.5.4. Staying Current on the World of Engineering 4.0
3. INTERPERSONAL SKILLS: TEAMWORK AND COMMUNICATION  
3.1. TEAMWORK  
3.1.1. Forming Effective Teams 3.5
3.1.2. Team Operation 3.5
3.1.3. Team Growth and Evolution 3.5
3.1.4. Team Leadership 3.5
3.1.5. Technical and Multidisciplinary Teaming 4.0
3.2. COMMUNICATION  
3.2.1. Communication Strategy 3.0
3.2.2. Communication Structure 3.0
3.2.3. Written, Electronic/Multimedia and Graphical Communication 3.5
3.2.4. Oral Presentation and Inter-Personal Communication 3.5
3.3. COMMUNICATION IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES  
3.3.1. Ability to communicate effectively in English, writing reports, and presenting technical topics. (IELTS ≥ 6.0 or TOEFT iBT ≥ 61) 4.0
4. CONCEIVING, DESIGNING, IMPLEMENTING AND OPERATING SYSTEMS IN THE ENTERPRISE, SOCIETAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTEXT  
4.1. EXTERNAL AND SOCIETAL CONTEXT  
4.1.1. Roles and Responsibility of Engineers 3.0
4.1.2. The Impact of Engineering on Society and the Environment 3.0
4.1.3. Society’s Regulation of Engineering 3.0
4.1.4. The Historical and Cultural Context 3.0
4.1.5. Contemporary Issues and Values 3.0
4.1.6. Developing a Global Perspective 3.0
4.2. ENTERPRISE AND BUSINESS CONTEXT  
4.2.1. Appreciating Different Enterprise Cultures 3.0
4.2.2. Enterprise Strategy, Goals and Planning 3.0
4.2.3. Technical Entrepreneurship 3.0
4.2.4. Working Successfully in Organizations 3.5
4.3.    
4.3.1. Setting system goals and Requirements 3.0
4.3.2. Defining Function, Concept and Architecture 3.0
4.3.3. Modeling of system and ensuring goals can be met 3.0
4.3.4. Development Project Management 3.5
4.4. DESIGNING  
4.4.1 The designing process 3.0
4.4.2. The Design Process Phasing and Approaches 3.0
4.4.3. Utilization of Knowledge in Design 3.0
4.4.4. Disciplinary Design 3.5
4.4.5. Multi-disciplinary Design 2.5
4.4.6. Multi-objective design 2.5
4.5. IMPLEMENTING  
4.5.1. Designing the Implementation Process 3.0
4.5.2. Implementing Process 3.0
4.5.3. Test, Verification, Validation and Certification 3.5
4.5.4. Implementation Management 3.0
4.6. OPERATING  
4.6.1. Designing and Optimizing Operations 3.5
4.6.2 Training and Operations 4.0
4.6.3. System Improvement and Evolution 3.5
4.6.4. Operations Management 4.0

 

Level of competence (Bloom’s Taxonomy) Description
0.0 -> 2.0 Knowledge
2.0 -> 3.0 Comprehension
3.0 -> 3.5 Application
3.5 -> 4.0 Analysis
4.0 -> 4.5 Synthesis
4.5 -> 5.0 Evaluation