The educational objectives of a program are the statements that describe the expected achievements of graduates within first few years of their graduation from the program. The program educational objectives of Bachelor of Engineering in Information Science and Engineering can be broadly defined on four counts:
I. Technical expertise and problem solving:
Graduates will be able to successfully integrate the fundamentals of information technology with design tools and methodologies to build innovative systems and solve complex technological problems in their profession.
II. Lifelong learning:
Graduates will begin their career or pursue higher studies in Information Technology or in their chosen field and engage in lifelong learning.
Graduates will be advancing in their professional skills that prepare them for better growth in diverse career paths of Information Technology and related fields.
IV. Professional ethics:
Graduates will demonstrate inclination towards the needs of the society through professional ethics, research and service.