Student Outcome a: An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering in mechanical engineering problems.
Performance Indicators (PI) 
Courses were PI exists (list) 
Method of Assessment (rubric, etc.) 
CoursesAssessed (where data are collected ) 
Length of Assessment Cycle 
Years/Semester of Data Collection 
Target for Performance 
1. An ability to apply knowledge of Linear Algebra and Calculus 
PAM111, PAP112, TMS211, TMS212 
Analytic Rubric 
TMS 202 Strength of Material 
Two years 
Even Semester 2016/2017 
At least 60% of the students score at the level of “accomplished” (score 3) and “exemplary” (score 4) on each performance indicators based on faculty developed rubric 
2. An ability to apply knowledge of Numerical Methods 
TMS301 
Analytic Rubric 
TMS 301 Numerical Methods 
Two years 
Even Semesters 20162017 

3. An ability to apply knowledge of Engineering Materials 
PAK115, TMS203, TMS205, TMS211, TMS204, TMS206, TMS311 
Analytic Rubric 
TMS 206 Engineering Manufacture II 
Two years 
Even Semesters 20162017 

4. An ability to apply knowledge of Engineering Mechanics 
PAP113, PAP114, TMS201, TMS202, TMS210, TMS305, TMS307, TMS309, TMS308, TMS310 
Analytic Rubric 
TMS 202 Strength of Material 
Two years 
Even Semester 2016/2017 

5. An ability to apply knowledge of Thermal Sciences 
PAP113, PAP114, TMS207, TMS302, TMS312 
Analytic Rubric 
TMS 306 Heat Transfer 
Two years 
Even Semester 2016/2017 
Results of Evaluation:
Figure 4.1The overall result of assesment for Student Outcomesa
Student Outcome b: An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
Performance Indicators (PI) 
Courses were PI exists (list) 
Method of Assessment (rubric, etc.) 
Courses Assessed (Where Data are collected ) 
Length of Assessment Cycle 
Years/Semester of Data Collection 
Target for Performance 
1. An ability to design experiment 
TMS 492, TMS 491 
Analytic Rubric of Final Project 
TMS 492 Final Project 
Two years 
Odd semester 20162017 
At least 60% of the students score at the level of “accomplished” (score 3) and “exemplary” (score 4) on each performance indicators based on faculty developed rubric. 
2. An ability to conduct experiment 
TMS 492, PAK 101, PAM 111, TMS 103, TMS 405, TMS 404 
Analytic Rubric of Lab. Observation 
TMS 405 Work Laboratory for Basic Mechanical Performance 
Two years 
Odd semester 20162017 

3. An ability to analyze and interpret data 
TMS 492, TMS 405, TMS 404 
Analytic Rubric of Lab. Observation 
TMS 405 Work Laboratory for Basic Mechanical Performance 
Two years 
Odd semester 20162017 
Results of Evaluation:
Figure 4.2The overall result of assesment for student outcomesb
Student Outcome c: An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs in the field of mechanical engineering within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
Performance Indicators (PI) 
Courses were PI exists (list) 
Method of Assessment (rubric, etc.) 
CoursesAssessed (Where Data are collected ) 
Length of Assessment Cycle 
Years/Semester of Data Collection 
Target for Performance 
1. An ability to generate feasible alternative solutions 
TMS 311, TMS 306, TMS 401 
Analytic rubric of mid test 
TMS 306 Engineering Design 
2 years 
Even semester of academic year 2015  2016 
At least 60% of the students score at the level of “accomplished” (score 3) and “exemplary” (score 4) on each performance indicators based on faculty developed rubric. 
2.An ability to compare alternatives and to make engineering decisions 
TMS 104, TMS 311, TMS 306, TMS 401, TMS 406 
Analytic rubric of mid test 
TMS 306 Engineering Design 
2 years 
Even semester of academic year 2015 2016 

3.An ability to apply engineering analysis to design a mechanical components 
TMS 309, TMS 306, TMS 310, TMS 401 
Analytic rubric of mid test 
TMS 310 Machine Element 2 
2 years 
Even semester of academic year 20152016 

4.An ability to select machine elements for specific requirements. 
TMS 309, TMS 310, TMS 401 
Analytic rubric of mid test 
TMS 310 Machine Element 2 
2 years 
Even semester of academic year 20152016 

5.An ability to deal with engineering standards and codes in mechanical engineering design. 
TMS 102, TMS 203, TMS 309, TMS 304, TMS 310, TMS 406 
Analytic rubric of mid test 
TMS 309 Machine Element 2 
2 years 
Short semester of academic year 2015  2016 
Results of Evaluation:
Figure 4.3The overall result of assesment for student outcomesc
Student Outcome d: An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams
Performance Indicators (PI) 
Courses were PI exists (list) 
Method of Assessment (rubric, etc.) 
Courses Assessed (Where Data are collected ) 
Length of Assessment Cycle 
Years/Semester of Data Collection 
Target for Performance 
1. An ability to identify team effectiveness 
TMS101, TMS306, TMS314, TMS401, AND409 
Analytic rubric of mid test 
TMS 306 Engineering Design 
2 years 
EvenSemester2015/2016 
At least 60% of the students score at the level of “accomplished” (score 3) and “exemplary” (score 4) on each performance indicators based on faculty developed rubric. 
2. An ability to work on a diverse team 
TMS101, TMS306, TMS314, TMS401, AND409 
Analytic rubric of mid test 
TMS 401 Design Project 
2 years 
OddSemester2016/2017 

3. An ability to demonstrate teaming 
TMS101, TMS306, TMS314, TMS401, AND409 
Analytic rubric of mid test 
TMS 401 Design Project 
2 years 
OddSemester2016/2017 
Results of Evaluation:
Figure 4.4The overall result of assesment for student outcomesd
Student Outcome e: An ability to identify, formulates, and solves mechanical engineering problems
Performance Indicators (PI) 
Courses were PI exists (list) 
Method of Assessment (rubric, etc.) 
Courses Assessed (Where Data are collected ) 
Length of Assessment Cycle 
Years/Semester of Data Collection 
Target for Performance 
1. An ability to identify and formulate the problem 
TMS 309, TMS 310, TMS 302, TMS 303, TMS 208 
Analytic rubric of mid test 
TMS 302 Heat Transfer 
2 years 
Even semester of academic year 2015  2016 
At least 60% of the students score at the level of “accomplished” (score 3) and “exemplary” (score 4) on each performance indicators based on faculty developed rubric. 
2. A working knowledge of estimation techniques, rules of thumb, and engineering heuristics. 
TMS 201, TMS 202, TMS 305, TMS 309, TMS 310 
Analytic rubric of mid test 
TMS 302 Heat Transfer 
2 years 
Even semester of academic year 2015  2016 

3. An ability to solve common engineering problems, including problem solving 
TMS 301, TMS 103, TMS 306, TMS 403 
Analytic rubric of mid test 
TMS 306 Engineering Design 
2 years 
Even semester of academic year 2015  2016 
Results of Evaluation:
Figure 4.5The overall result of assesment for student outcomese
Student Outcome f: An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility
Performance Indicators (PI) 
Courses were PI exists (list) 
Method of Assessment (rubric, etc.) 
Courses Assessed (Where Data are collected ) 
Length of Assessment Cycle 
Years/Semester of Data Collection 
Target for Performance 
1. An appreciation for and an ability to promote safety and health, in all aspects of the engineering profession. 
TMS 101, TMS 203, TMS205, TMS206, TMS306, TMS401, TMS405, TMS491, TMS407, TMS492 
Analytic Rubric of Lab. Report 
TMS 405 Work Laboratory for Basic Mechanical Performance 
2 years 
Oddsemester 2016/2017 
At least 60% of the students score at the level of “accomplished” (score 3) and “exemplary” (score 4) on each performance indicators based on faculty developed rubric. 
2. An ability to evaluate ethical issues that may occur in, professional practice. 
TMS 101, TMS 203, TMS205, TMS206, TMS306, TMS401, TMS405, TMS491, TMS407, TMS492 
Analytic Rubric of Task 
TMS 101 Introduction to Engineering

2 years 
OddSemester 2016/2017 

3. An ability to describe the importance of patents and intellectual property rights 
TMS 101, TMS 203, TMS205, TMS206, TMS306, TMS401, TMS405, TMS491, TMS407, TMS492 
Analytic Rubric of Task 
TMS 101 Introduction to Engineering

2 years 
Oddsemester 2016/2017 
Results of Evaluation:
Figure 4.6The overall result of assesment for student outcomesf
Student Outcome g: An ability to communicate effectively
Performance Indicators (PI) 
Courses were PI exists (list) 
Method of Assessment (rubric, etc.) 
Courses Assessed (Where Data are collected ) 
Length of Assessment Cycle 
Years/Semester of Data Collection 
Target for Performance 
1. An ability to use written report appropriate to the profession of engineering. 
SSI 110, SSE 110, SIN 433, TMS 492, TMS 405, SIN 338 
Analytic Rubric of Lab. report 
TMS 306 Engineering Design 
2 years 
Even semester of academic year 2015  2016 
At least 60% of the students score at the level of “accomplished” (score 3) and “exemplary” (score 4) on each performance indicators based on faculty developed rubric. 
2. An ability to use presentation skills appropriate to the profession of engineering. 
TMS 406, TMS 310, TMS 401, TMS 314, TMS 492, TMS 491, TMS 101, SIN 338 
Analytic Rubric of Task 
TMS 416 Industrial equipment

2 years 
Even semester of academic year 2015  2016 

3. An ability to participate in technical discussions. 
TMS 492, TMS 491, SIN3 38 
Analytic Rubric of Task 
TMS 491 Seminar Proposal 
2 years 
Even semester of academic year 2015  2016 
Results of Evaluation:
Figure 4.7The overall result of assesment for student outcomesg
Student Outcome h: The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.
Performance Indicators (PI) 
Courses were PI exists (list) 
Method of Assessment (rubric, etc.) 
Courses Assessed (Where Data are collected ) 
Length of Assessment Cycle 
Years/Semester of Data Collection 
Target for Performance 
1. An awareness of the impact of engineering solutions in the global context. 
MKB101, TMS101, TMS306, TMS492 
Analytic rubric 
Final Project (TMS 492) 
2 years 
Assignment / Odd Semester 2017/2018 
At least 60% of the students score at the level of “accomplished” (score 3) and “exemplary” (score 4) on each performance indicators based on faculty developed rubric. 
2. Considering the economical aspect of engineering solutions. 
TMS101, TMS104, TMS402 
Analytic rubric 
Manufacture System and Management (TMS 402) 
2 years 
Assignment / Even Semester 2016/2017 

3. An awareness of the impact of engineering solutions in the environmental and societal context. 
MKB101, TMS101, TMS306, TMS402 
Analytic rubric 
Manufacture System and Management (TMS 402) 
2 years 
Assignment / Even Semester 2016/2017 
Results of Evaluation:
Figure 4.8The overall result of assesment for student outcomesh
Student Outcome i: Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in lifelong learning.
Performance Indicators (PI) 
Courses were PI exists (list) 
Method of Assessment (rubric, etc.) 
Courses Assessed (Where Data are collected ) 
Length of Assessment Cycle 
Years/Semester of Data Collection 
Target for Performance 
1. An ability to find, evaluate and use resources to learn independently. 
TMS101, HKU 110, HKU120, TMS306, TMS401, TMS405, TMS491, TMS407, TMS492 
Analytic rubric 
Seminar Proposal (TMS 491) 
2 years 
Assignment / Odd Semester 2017/2018 
At least 60% of the students score at the level of “accomplished” (score 3) and “exemplary” (score 4) on each performance indicators based on faculty developed rubric. 
2. A recognition of the need to accept personal responsibility for learning and of the importance of lifelong learning. 
TMS101, HKU 110, HKU120, TMS306, TMS401, TMS405, TMS491, TMS407, TMS492 
Analytic rubric 
Seminar Proposal (TMS 491) 
2 years 
Assignment / Even Semester 2016/2017 

3. An ability for self evaluation, leading to improvement 
TMS101, HKU 110, HKU120, TMS306, TMS401, TMS405, TMS491, TMS407, TMS492 
Analytic rubric 
Seminar Proposal (TMS 491) 
2 years 
Assignment / Even Semester 2016/2017 
Results of Evaluation:
Figure 4.9The overall result of assesment for student outcomes
Student Outcome j: Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in lifelong learning.
Performance Indicators (PI) 
Courses were PI exists (list) 
Method of Assessment (rubric, etc.) 
Courses Assessed (Where Data are collected ) 
Length of Assessment Cycle 
Years/Semester of Data Collection 
Target for Performance 
1. Understand of knowledge of contemporary issues in new technologies in field of mechanical engineering. 
TMS203, TMS205, TMS207, TMS206, TMS208, TMS214, TMS302, TMS312, TMS403, TMS402, TMS441, TMS411 
Analytic rubric 
Rapid Prototyping (TMS ) 
2 years 
Assignment / Odd Semester 2017/2018 
At least 60% of the students score at the level of “accomplished” (score 3) and “exemplary” (score 4) on each performance indicators based on faculty developed rubric. 
2. Awareness of knowledge of contemporary issues in information technology in field of mechanical engineering. 
TMS103 
Analytic rubric 
Computer and Programming (TMS 103) 
2 years 
Assignment / Even Semester 2016/2017 
Results of Evaluation:
Table 4.13 Total number of students/samples who meet or do not meet the department’s target for SOj
Student Outcome k: An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice..
Performance Indicators (PI) 
Courses were PI exists (list) 
Method of Assessment (rubric, etc.) 
Courses Assessed (Where Data are collected ) 
Length of Assessment Cycle 
Years/Semester of Data Collection 
Target for Performance 
(1). An ability to use CAD tools to draw an assembly and detail drawings of mechanical components. 
TMS102, TMS214, TMS313 
Analytic Rubric of Lab. report 
TMS 102 Engineering Drawing and CAD 
2 years 
Even Semester 2016/2017 
At least 60% of the students score at the level of “accomplished” (score 3) and “exemplary” (score 4) on each performance indicators based on faculty developed rubric. 
(2). An ability to correctly use finite element analysis software and interpret the results. 
TMS103, TMS301, TMS306, TMS310, TMS401, TMS492, TMS430 
Analytic Rubric of task 
TMS 301 Numerical Methods

2 years 
Oddsemester 2017/2018 

(3). An ability to use general engineering analytical softwares as a tool for solution of common engineering problems. 

Analytic Rubric of task 
TMS 301 Numerical Methods

2 years 
Oddsemester 2017/2018 
Results of Evaluation:
Figure 4.11The overall result of assesment for student outcomesk
Student Outcome l: An ability to recognize business processes in field of mechanical engineering.
Performance Indicators (PI) 
Courses were PI exists (list) 
Method of Assessment (rubric, etc.) 
Courses Assessed (Where Data are collected ) 
Length of Assessment Cycle 
Years/Semester of Data Collection 
Target for Performance 
(1). An ability to evaluate an existing bussiness processes. 
TMS104, TMS402, TIN202 
Analytic Rubric of Lab. report 
TIN202 Human Resources Management 
2 years 
Odd Semester 2017/2018 
At least 60% of the students score at the level of “accomplished” (score 3) and “exemplary” (score 4) on each performance indicators based on faculty developed rubric. 
(2). An ability to design a strategic plan of a bussiness process 
TMS104, TMS402, TIN202 
Analytic Rubric of task 
TIN202 Human Resources Management 
2 years 
Odd Semester 2017/2018 

(3). An ability to conduct an implementation plan of a bussiness process. 
TMS104, TMS402, TIN202 
Analytic Rubric of task 
TIN202 Human Resources Management 
2 years 
Odd Semester 2017/2018 
Figure 4.12The overall result of assesment for student outcomesk