Chemical Engineering

Graduates of the Chemical Engineering program are expected within a few years to:

  1. Pursue careers as practicing chemical engineers in fields such as chemical, materials, energy and environment, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, food processing, and consumer products.
  2. Pursue advanced studies in chemical engineering (or a related technical discipline), medicine, law, or business, if desired.
  3. Succeed in their chosen career path, demonstrating high standards of professional and social responsibility.

Civil Engineering

After their graduation from UPRM, our Civil Engineering Program’s…

  1. Graduates will meet the expectations of employers of Civil Engineers.
  2. Qualified Graduates will pursue advanced studies if they so desire.
  3. Graduates will assume/undertake leadership roles in their communities, as well as in their profession.

Computer Engineering

Graduates from the Computer Engineering program will:

  1. Contribute to the educational, cultural, social, technological and economic development of their societies by applying, ethically, their knowledge and skills.
  2. Demonstrate professional competence, leadership, and entrepreneurial spirit to excel in their chosen profession or to create their own businesses.
  3. Take advantage of the multicultural background and bilingual education to effectively participate and contribute in global markets.
  4. Pursue advanced studies, be involved in professional societies, and succeed in a constantly changing field.

Computer Science and Engineering

Graduates from the Computer Science and Engineering undergraduate program will:

  1. Contribute to the educational, cultural, social, technological and economic development of society through the ethical application of their knowledge and skills.
  2. Demonstrate professional competence, leadership, and entrepreneurial spirit to excel in the practice of the profession.
  3. Take advantage of the multicultural background and bilingual education to effectively participate and contribute in global markets.
  4. Pursue advanced studies, continued education, and be involved in professional societies to succeed in a constantly evolving field.

Electrical Engineering

Graduates from the Electrical Engineering program will:

  1. Contribute to the educational, cultural, social, technological and economic development of their societies by applying, ethically, their knowledge and skills.
  2. Demonstrate professional competence, leadership, and entrepreneurial spirit to excel in their chosen profession or to create their own businesses.
  3. Take advantage of the multicultural background and bilingual education to effectively participate and contribute in global markets.
  4. Pursue advanced studies, be involved in professional societies, and succeed in a constantly changing field.

Industrial Engineering

The Program Educational Objectives of the Industrial Engineering undergraduate program establishes that few years after graduation, graduates of this program will accomplish the following:

  1. Be known as assertive, ethical, and independent critical thinkers.
  2. Make contributions to their organization based on experience that builds on their IE education.
  3. Adapt to changing needs in their profession.
  4. Achieve leadership roles in their organizations.

Mechanical Engineering

Based on the major program objectives, and after surveying our constituents, the following general skills and competencies are required of our graduates during the first five years after graduation. These skills and competency requirements constitute the Program Educational Objectives (PEOs):

  1. Interact and function in a multicultural and multidisciplinary environment.
  2. Address the challenges of fast moving changes and newly emerging areas in the profession.
  3. Provide quality and ethical contributions to the profession, society and engineering knowledge base.
  4. Become leaders and team-builders.
  5. Be self-motivated to pursue life-long learning.

Software Engineering

Graduates from the Software Engineering undergraduate program will:

  1. Contribute to the educational, cultural, social, technological and economic development of society through the ethical application of their knowledge and skills.
  2. Demonstrate professional competence, leadership, and entrepreneurial spirit to excel in the practice of the profession.
  3. Take advantage of the multicultural background and bilingual education to effectively participate and contribute in global markets.
  4. Pursue advanced studies, continued education, and be involved in professional societies to succeed in a constantly evolving field.

Surveying and Topography

After their graduation from UPRM, our Surveying and Topography Program’s…

  1. Graduates will meet the expectations of employers of Surveyors.
  2. Qualified graduates will pursue advanced studies if they so desire.
  3. Graduates will assume/undertake leadership roles in their communities, as well as in their profession.