The Outcomes of the Program

Our Department's Program Outcomes are as follows. Therefore, upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:

  • Grasp the concepts and interrelationships related to their field.
  • Acquire knowledge of the history of science and the production of scientific knowledge.
  • Develop the ability to assess the nature, sources, limitations, accuracy, reliability, and validity of information.
  • Apply methods to enhance scientific, national, and foreign language skills.
  • Organize appropriate and necessary educational environments for their learning and development, considering their requirements.
  • Monitor and evaluate the use of measurement and assessment methods and techniques, providing feedback on their impact on their learning.
  • Plan and adapt learning and presentation processes, considering the characteristics of the subject area.
  • Apply concepts and principles related to learning.
  • Organize activities using suitable methods and techniques to promote critical and creative thinking and problem-solving skills.
  • Develop appropriate materials to create effective learning and teaching processes.
  • Investigate events, developments, and phenomena related to their field using scientific methods and techniques, interpret data, and assess from multiple perspectives. Identify problems, analyze them, and develop solution proposals based on evidence and research.
  • Conduct individual studies on topics related to their profession, acquiring necessary knowledge and skills.