1. Have sufficient background in mathematics, natural sciences and their own field of study.
2. Make use of theoretical and practical knowledge on mathematics, natural sciences and their own field concurrently for engineering solutions.
3. Have awareness of universal and social influences of their solution proposals to environmental problems; are conscious about entrepreneurship and innovation; and have knowledge about problems of the age in which they live.
4. Have consciousness about project management, workplace practices, workers’ health, environmental risk evaluation, environmental and work safety; and have awareness about legal consequences of engineering applications.
5. Have sense of professional and ethical responsibility.
6. Have access to information and do literature survey; and make use of databases and other information resources.
7. Establish technical communication through technical drawing.
8. Communicate in oral and written form in a foreign language at minimum B1 level, as defined by the European Language Portfolio.
9. Use computer software and communication and information technologies required in the field at the advanced level, as defined by the European Computer Driving License.
10. Assume active responsibility in individual work or multi-disciplinary team work.
11. Select and use modern techniques and devices required for engineering applications.
12. Analyze a system, a system component or a process; make a design in consideration of realistic constraints in order to meet the needs expected; and apply modern design methods.
13. Identify, define, formulate and solve engineering problems; select and apply analytical methods and modeling techniques appropriate for this purpose.
14. Are aware of the need for lifelong learning; keep up with the developments in science and technology and renew themselves continuously.
15. Design and conduct experiments; collect data; report and interpret the data collected.