Output standards of training programs

Output standards of training programs

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) are sets of minimum requirements for knowledge, skills, attitudes, and professional responsibilities that students must achieve upon graduation. PLOs are also the basis for evaluating the quality of educational programs, which are committed by higher education institutions to students, the society and are publicly announced along with the conditions to ensure implementation. Some aspects of PLOs are as follows:

1) Publicize the university’s education capacity and quality assurance conditions so that

  • Students, parents, and employers know and supervise;
  • The university fulfills their commitment to students, parents, and employers regarding the quality of education and administrators, lecturers, and students strive to excel in teaching and learning;
  • The university improves management, technology, teaching methods, assessment methods, and learning methods. At the same time, PLOs define the obligations and responsibilities of administrators and lecturers in teaching activities to help students achieve excellent results in study and improve their self-study ability.
2) Publicize professional competence, professional knowledge, practical skills, cognitive and problem-solving abilities which students will be able to demonstrate upon completing a degree.
3) Create opportunities to strengthen cooperation between the university and enterprises in training and employing human resources, meeting the requirements of employers.

Learning Outcomes of undergraduate programs offered by the School of Biotechnology and Food Technology applied from 2017 (From Cohort K62) are listed below:
Engineering Undergraduate Program

Bachelor of Science Undergraduate Program