Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
Level of Achievement: 1 Below Expectations | Level of Achievement: 2 Meets Expectations | Level of Achievement: 3 Exceeds Expectations | |
Mathematical Modeling | Does not understand the connection between mathematical models and systems in engineering | Chooses a mathematical model or scientific principle that applies to an engineering problem, but has trouble in model development | Combines mathematical and/or scientific principles to formulate system models relevant to engineering |
Application | Does not understand the application of calculus and higher mathematics in solving engineering problems | Shows nearly complete understanding of applications of calculus and higher mathematics in solving engineering problems | Applies concepts of calculus and higher mathematics to solve engineering problems |
Terms | Mathematical terms are interpreted incorrectly or not at all | Most mathematical terms are interpreted correctly | Shows appropriate engineering interpretation of mathematical and scientific terms |
Theory | Does not appear to grasp the connection between theory and the problem | Some gaps in understanding the application of theory to the problem | Translates academic theory into engineering applications |
Calculation | Calculations not performed or performed incorrectly by hand or does not know how to use math software | Minor errors in calculations by hand and applying math software | Executes calculations correctly by hand and using mathematical software |