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    Civil Engineering

    # ####Vision The department of Civil Engineering strives to graduate highly qualified engineers, and provide quality professional and community service to all stakeholders. ##### Mission The mission of the department of Civil Engineering is to prepare students for professional practice. To be prepared to practice as professional, engineers must be able to act responsibly and ethically, communicate effectively, work well in teams, and, amid the changing landscape of the field of civil engineering, be able to pursue graduate level education. #####Programme Educational Objectives(PEOs) The Programme Educational Objectives are formulated in such a way as to describe and target probable and possible professional and career growth accomplishments for the graduates of the Engineering programme that are achievable and measurable a few years after graduation. The Department has established the following objectives: PEO 1: Graduates will be able to apply fundamental scientific and engineering principles to solve complex engineering problems systematically, creatively and innovatively with the aids of modern analytical and design tools including research methodology, to contribute to the advancement of civil engineering knowledge and practice. PEO 2: Graduates will be able to communicate and manage effectively as a leader and/or team player in diverse destination of civil engineering and in multi-disciplinary environment, striving for responsible leadership and engineering innovations. PEO 3: Graduates will practice professional virtues with strong commitment to moral and ethical responsibilities in the course of civil engineering practice, applies principles of sustainable development with considerations for natural resources, public health and safety, and environment, and is committed to personal holistic development through life-long learning. #######Graduate Attributes (GA) The Civil Engineering Department has established the following learning outcomes in order to successfully achieve and satisfy our program objectives. These outcomes are subordinate to the program objectives and represent the skills and attributes our students should assess at the time of graduation. In addition, these learning outcomes are identifiable and measurable elements that are evaluated to assure program objectives are being achieved. (1) Apply knowledge of mathematics, natural science, civil engineering fundamentals to the solution of engineering procedures, processes, systems or methodologies. (2) Analyse well-defined engineering problems using identified methods of analysis specific to civil field of activity. (3) Design solutions for well-defined civil engineering problems and assist with the design of systems, processes to meet specified needs with appropriate considerations. (4) Investigate for well-defined problems; engagement with selected knowledge in the research. (5) Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern civil engineering tools to well-defined engineering problems, with an understanding of the appropriateness of computer aided instruction. (6) Demonstrate knowledge of responsibilities in well defined engineering problems to solutions into the societal and environment. (7) Solve and evaluate the deliberately and reasonably of civil engineering work in the solution of problems in societal and environment. (8) Adhere engineering activities with ethical decision making in professional civil engineering practice. (9) Perform effectively as an active member in cooperation with team or society and as a smart leader for administration and management. (10) Identify effectively on well-defined engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, by being able to comprehend the work of others, document their own work, and give and receive clear instructions. (11) Demonstrate understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these required for differing types of activity in civil engineering projects. (12) Study for continual improvement, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning to meet the challenges associated of technological development. # Department of Civil Engineering The Civil Engineering Department is responsible for the teaching of such field of study as: • Structural Engineering • Transportation Engineering • Water Resources Engineering • Geotechnical Engineering • Environmental Engineering • Construction Management Engineering

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    Mechanical Engineering

    #####Vision “Be a nationally recognized mechanical engineering department that attracts, rewards and retains outstanding faculty, students and staff” #####Mission “Prepare Mechanical Engineering Students for Successful Careers” #####Programme Educational Objectives(PEOs) The Programme Educational Objectives are formulated in such a way as to describe and target probable and possible professional and career growth accomplishments for the graduates of the Engineering programme that are achievable and measurable a few years after graduation. Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs): The Department has established the following objectives: Objective 1: To produce well-trained mechanical engineer in implementing the impact of engineering solutions for a global, economical, environmental and societal context. Objective 2: To attain competent collaborators and effective leader for needs of society and technical fields. Objective 3: To continue life-long learning and achieve professional development in a broad range of related technical fields, public health and safety. Each of the 3 PEOs has direct Assessment Indicators (AIs) to measure the graduates' achievement of PEOs respectively, as listed below: PEO 1 - Technical Competence PEO 2 - Communication Skills/ Leadership PEO 3 - Professional Ethics/ Lifelong Learning Moreover, the achievement of the programme’s PEOs by the graduates is made feasible through the successful attainment and measurement of the Graduate Attributes (GAs) which are formulated to ensure full coverage of all measurable attributes pertaining to the Engineering programme students’ abilities and skills acquired during their study period at the University. #####Graduate Attributes (GA) The Mechanical Engineering Department has established the following learning outcomes in order to successfully achieve and satisfy our program objectives. These outcomes are subordinate to the program objectives and represent the skills and attributes our students should GAs at the time of graduation. At the end of six years programme, the graduates will be able to: (1) Apply knowledge of mathematics, basic engineering science, English and basic electrical and electronic engineering to solve the complex mechanical engineering problems. (2) Identify, formulate and solve mechanical engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using advanced mathematics, physics and material science. (3) Design solutions for complex engineering problems to meet desired needs with realistic constraints for economical, environmental, societal and public health and safety. (4) Conduct investigation of complex engineering problems using literature survey, results of engineering experiments in workshops and laboratories as well as to analyse and interpret data information from research. (5) Apply modern engineering technique and tools using programming, engineering practices with an understanding of the limitation resources. (6) Assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice and solutions to complex mechanical related problems. (7) Evaluate the impact of engineering work in economical, environmental and societal context. (8) Understand commitment of professional ethics and responsibilities and apply related fields. (9) Employ effectively as an individual and in diverse team work and in multi-disciplinary settings. (10) Communicate an engineering community and society to present effective report and design documentation with clear instructions. (11) Demonstrate engineering management principle and apply own work and management facilities in project as a leader of team. (12) Recognize the needs for life-long learning in broadest technological change and engage the ability of technological context. Department of Mechanical Engineering The Mechanical Engineering Department is responsible for the teaching of such field of study as: • Engineering Thermodynamics • Solid Mechanics • Production Technology • Automobile • Fluid Mechanics • Renewable Energy

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    Architecture

    Vision We, being representative of the Department of Architecture, West Yangon Technological University, have adopted a vision which is to bring about development in the field of architecture and to produce well-qualified architects needed for the socioeconomic development of the country. Mission 1. To establish a vibrant and lively academic environment in the Department of Architecture by conducting case studies and field observations in the form of a combination of classroom lessons and outside-the-classroom fieldwork and knowledge, by holding intradepartmental talks delivered by experienced senior architects, and by engaging the students in discussions in the form of seminars 2. To have a standing as a good, research-based architectural department of international standard, which is fully committed to cultivating able architects with a great creative tendency 3. To have a strong footing as an architectural department of high academic reputation, like the others in international universities Department of Architecture The Architecture Department is responsible for the teaching of such field of study as: • Architecture and Heritage Conservation • Architecture and Design Science • Urban Design • Urban and Regional Development Planning • Landscape Architecture

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    Electrical Power Engineering

    #####Programme Educational Objectives(PEOs) The Programme Educational Objectives are formulated in such a way as to describe and target probable and possible professional and career growth accomplishments for the graduates of the Electrical Power Engineering programme that are achievable and measurable a few years after graduation. Each of the PEOs has direct Assessment Indicators (AIs) to measure the graduates' achievement of PEOs respectively, as listed below: PEO 1 - Technical Competence PEO 2 - Communication Skills / Leadership PEO 3 - Professional Ethics / Life-long Learning Description of the PEOs in terms of specific assessment indicators (AI) allows measurement of the graduates’ accomplishments mainly through alumni survey data collection by the Department of Alumni Relations and Placement (DARP) on yearly basis. The analyzed alumni survey data are shared with the respective department and Programme. Moreover, the achievement of the programme’s PEOs by the graduates is made feasible through the successful attainment and measurement of the Graduate Attributes (GAs) which are formulated to ensure full coverage of all measurable attributes pertaining to the electrical power engineering programme students’ abilities and skills acquired during their study period at the University. #####Graduate Attributes (GA) Upon completion of the programme, students will be able to: 1. Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of Mathematics, Science, Engineering Fundamentals, Power Electronic Drives and Electrical Engineering to the solution of complex problems in engineering. 2. Problem Analysis: Identify, Formulate and analyze the complex problems in Electrical Engineering problems using first principles of mathematics, science and Engineering to derive conclusions. 3. Design / Development of solutions: Design and development of Electrical and Electronic drives that meet specified needs with the considerations for the societal and environmental issues. 4. Investigations of complex problems: Analyse complex problems in electrical apparatus and energy systems using research based knowledge and research methods to provide valid solutions. 5. Modern tool usage: Apply appropriate tools and techniques for the modeling and analysis of Electrical and Electronic devices and systems. 6. The Engineer and Society: Apply Knowledge gained to assess societal, safety and cultural issues relevant to the professional engineering practice. 7. Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of solutions in electrical engineering field in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate the importance of sustainable development. 8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and professional responsibilities in electrical engineering practice. 9. Individual and teamwork: Function as an individual and teams in the multi-disciplinary environment. 10. Communication: Communicate effectively with the engineering community and society on complex engineering activities. 11. Project Management and Finance: Apply the knowledge of engineering and management principles to implant the projects in multidisciplinary environment. 12. Life-Long learning: Recognize the need for and get skills to engage in life-long learning. Department of Electrical Power Engineering The Electrical Power Engineering Department is responsible for the teaching of such field of study as: • Renewable Energy • Industrial Management • Control System • Power System • Safety

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    Electronic Engineering

    #####Programme Educational Objectives(PEOs) The Programme Educational Objectives are formulated in such a way as to describe and target probable and possible professional and career growth accomplishments for the graduates of the Engineering programme that are achievable and measurable a few years after graduation. Programme Educational Objectives The Department has established the following Programme Educational Objectives: PEO 1- Technical Competence PEO 2- Communication Skills/ Leadership PEO 3- Professional Ethics/ Lifelong Learning Moreover, the achievement of the programme’s PEOs by the graduates is made feasible through the successful attainment and measurement of the Graduate Attribute (GAs) which are formulated to ensure full coverage of all measurable attributes pertaining to the Engineering programme students’ abilities and skills acquired during their study period at the University. #####Graduate Attributes (GA) Upon completion of the programme, students will be able to: 1. Acquire the fundamental knowledge of science, mathematics and fundamentals of electronic engineering; 2. Apply basic principles of mathematics and sciences relevant to engineering applications to identify, study and evaluate effectively with efficient conclusions; 3. Acquire the design of digital and analogue systems, components or processes to meet desire needs within realistic constraints such as environmental consideration and safety; 4. Acquire the electronic circuit engineering problems using research based knowledge and conduct experiments with electronic system as well as to analyse and interrupt data; 5. Apply appropriate techniques and suitable resources to model, simulate and analyse complex engineering systems within the relevant constraints and range of validity; 6. Acquire the understanding of engineering profession with consideration of public sector community and culture adaptable to legal, moral, ethical responsibility; 7. Realize the significance of engineering solutions on sustainable development and environment concerns locally and globally; 8. Understand the moral and ethical responsibilities applying professional virtues and principles when practicing the engineering course; 9. An ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written form; 10. Display capability to resolve the conflict in team’s diversity of resources, knowledge and idea, as an individual member or as a leader with proper functioning in team work; 11. An ability to demonstrate and apply electronic engineering design, and project management philosophy as a team member or team leader. 12. An ability to recognize the significant of life-long learning continuous self-improvement. Department of Electronic Engineering The Electronic Engineering Department is responsible for the teaching of such field of study as: • Electronic Circuit Analysis • Communication • Electronic Control System • Industrial Electronic

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    Information Technology

    Vision To nurture skilled IT engineers who can support in building modern developed nation. Mission To teach hardware, software, programming, networking and web development subjects to students to become ICT professionals. #####Programme Educational Objectives(PEOs) The Programme Educational Objectives are formulated in such a way as to describe and target probable and possible professional and career growth accomplishments for the graduates of the Information Technology Engineering programme that are achievable and measurable a few years after graduation. Each of the PEOs has direct Assessment Indicators (AIs) to measure the graduates' achievement of PEOs respectively, as listed below: PEO 1 - Technical Competence PEO 2 - Communication Skills / Leadership PEO 3 - Professional Ethics / Life-long Learning Description of the PEOs in terms of specific assessment indicators (AI) allows measurement of the graduates’ accomplishments mainly through alumni survey data collection by the Department of Alumni Relations and Placement (DARP) on yearly basis. The analyzed alumni survey data are shared with the respective department and Programme. Moreover, the achievement of the programme’s PEOs by the graduates is made feasible through the successful attainment and measurement of the Graduate Attribute (GAs) which are formulated to ensure full coverage of all measurable attributes pertaining to the Engineering programme students’ abilities and skills acquired during their study period at the University. #####Graduate Attributes(GAs) Upon completion of the program, students will be able to: 1. Apply knowledge of mathematics, computing tasks, science and engineering-fundamental concepts to solve complex IT engineering problems. 2. Analyze complex IT engineering problems to substantive conclusions by using principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences and to identify and define the requirement appropriate to its solution. 3. Design, implement and evaluate solutions for complex IT engineering problems and design systems, components or processes that meet specified needs of appropriate societal and environmental considerations. 4. Conduct investigation into complex IT problems using research based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions. 5. Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern ICT tools, including prediction and modeling, to tackle complex IT engineering activities. 6. Apply and contribute IT engineering knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequence of responsibilities relevant to IT engineering practice such as selection, creation, evaluation and administration of the computer based system. 7. Understand the impact of IT engineering on societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge and need for sustainable development. 8. Understand and apply ethical principles and commit to ethics, responsibilities and norms of engineering practice of IT engineering to address ethical dilemmas. 9. Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader both in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings. 10. Communicate effectively on complex IT engineering activities being cooperated with the engineering community and society widely, that program will be able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and provide explicit instructions. 11. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering management, principles and economic decision-making and apply to manage IT related projects effectively as a member and leader in a team in projects and multi-disciplinary environments. 12. Recognize the necessity and plan to set up the appropriate commitment to engage in independent and life-long learning of the broadest technologies and new trend. Department of Information Technology The Information Technology Department is responsible for the teaching of such field of study as: • Image Processing • Database System • Parallel Computing • Networking and Security • Artificial Intelligence

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    Mining Engineering

    Vision of the department aims to be recognized as a leading specialized Mining Engineering solution in Myanmar./ Mission of the department is committed to generate well qualified mining engineers and to meet the relevance needs in Myanmar mining industries in the field of exploration, extraction, and mining process. / Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) of the Mining Engineering has established.--- Objective 1: Graduates will demonstrate the application of knowledge of, and skills in, engineering fundamentals to solve complex and open-ended mining and earth systems related problems field taking into consideration global, sustainable and societal issues. (Technical Competence)---- Objective 2: Graduates will demonstrate communication, teamwork and leadership skills relevant to their chosen profession. (Communication Skills/ Leadership)---- Objective 3: Graduates will several years after leaving WYTU, achieve professional growth in a broad range of mining related fields. (Professional Ethics/ Lifelong Learning) Programme Outcomes (POs) (Learning Outcomes) of the Mining Engineering has established in order to successfully achieve and satisfy our program objectives. These outcomes are subordinate to the program objectives and represent the skills and attributes our students should possess at the time of graduation. In addition, these learning outcomes are identifiable and measurable elements that are evaluated to assure program objectives are being achieved.----- (1) Our graduates will be able to apply their knowledge of basic sciences, environmental, engineering, management, economics and geology to identify, formulate and solve complex engineering problems related to Mining Engineering with a multi-disciplinary approach.---- (2) Our graduates will be able to understand the general geology, ore mineralization and geotechnical engineering will be able to carry out reserve estimate through mathematical and statistical modelling, applied physics & chemistry as a part of mineral exploration.----- (3) Our graduates will be able to do mine planning and design with an objective of safe, economic and sustainable exploitation of mineral resources by both surface and underground mining methods.----- (4) Our graduates will have an understanding of mine production, mine planning, health and safety, rule and regulation, mine culture and environment and equipment selection for overall economy of operation.---- (5) Our graduates will be able to design excavation systems with an understanding of rock mass behaviour under various geological conditions considering its impact on engineering design and mine operations. ---- (6) Our graduates will possess good professional communication, managerial skills, with independent and original thinking for becoming effective mine managers and decision makers.----- (7) Our graduate will have good understanding of ICT based tools and technologies such as computer aided design, IT applications etc. backed with knowledge of research methodologies for solving complex engineering problems in the context of mining & allied disciplines. ----- (8) Our graduates will be able to analyze and evaluate the economics of mining and excavation project, including economic feasibility, mine valuation, cash flow analysis and techno-economic aspects of mine design and operations.----- (9) Our graduates will have an understanding of rules, regulations and responsibilities for mining activities and engineering decisions on the environment, and society for attaining sustainable solutions.---- (10) Our graduate will effectively communicate in professional context, through oral presentations and written technical reports, querying and answering skills, will be able to apply their domain skills in real-life problem, simulation, data collection, analysis and interpretation. ----- (11) Our graduates will be able to understand professional commitment and apply work place ethics.----- (12) Our graduate will have adequate exposure to advances in technology, management, methods, equipment in the mining and allied domains through specialized electives in frontier areas of engineering & technology.

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    Mechatronic Engineering

    #####PEOs (McE) The Department has established the following PEOs: PEO 1: To Produce multi-skilled engineer who is competent in practicing fundamental scientific and engineering principles in mechatronic engineering with creativity and innovation to solve complex engineering problems systematically. PEO 2: To produce successful and productive engineers with skills and good understanding in communication, management, teamwork and leadership. PEO 3:To produce graduates who engage in life-long learning and recognize the importance of natural resources, public health and safety, and with of moral values, professional ethics and responsibility toward society and environment. #####Graduate Attributes(GAs) The Mechatronic Engineering Department has established the following GAs in order to successfully achieve and satisfy our PEOs . These GAs are subordinate to PEOs and represent the skills and attributes our students should have at the time of graduation. In addition, these GAs are identifiable and measurable elements that are evaluated to assure PEOs are being achieved. 1. Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, computers and engineering fundamentals for the solution of problems related to mechatronics. 2. Ability to identify, analyse and solve mechatronics engineering problems. 3. Ability to design solutions for mechatronic engineering problems and design systems, components or processes to meet desired needs concerns for public health, safety and environment. 4. Ability to analyse complex engineering problems and system using research-based knowledge and methods. 5. Ability to use modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. 6. Ability to assess social, public health and safety, cultural and legal consequences of complex engineering solutions and relate them to the responsibilities of a professional engineer. 7. Ability to demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development and understand the environmental impacts of engineering solutions. 8. Ability to execute responsibility professionally and ethically. 9. Ability to function effectively as an individual, as a part of team or leader and in a multidisciplinary environment. 10. Ability to communicate effectively through verbal, written and visual communication. 11. Ability to recognize the need for lifelong learning and to pursue independent learning for professional development. 12. Ability to demonstrate understanding of project management and finance principles and manage an engineering project systematically. Department of Mechatronic Engineering The Mechatronic Engineering Department is responsible for the teaching of such field of study as: • Automation Technologies • Robotics, Systems and Controls • Design of Mechatronic Systems • Motion Control Systems • Sensors and Actuators

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    Chemical Engineering

    Chemical Engineering

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