GAZI UNIVERSITY INFORMATION PACKAGE - 2018 ACADEMIC YEAR

Program Learning Outcomes
PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOME
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KNOWLEDGE
Theoretical, Factual
- Grasps the theoretical knowledge about information security engineering.
- Grasps the interaction among various disciplines related to information security engineering.
SKILLS
Cognitive, Practical
- Defines advanced problems in information security engineering.
- Applies gained knowledge and develops new approaches/theories/solutions in the field of information security engineering.
- Proposes solutions to information security engineering problems using scientific research methods in the light of quality and standards.
- Knows and applies the methods necessary to collect, analyze, interpret, report and present data pertaining to information security engineering.
- Grasps the interaction among various disciplines related to information security engineering.
- Converts developed methods, systems and innovations to patents and useful models.
- Takes responsibility to solve new problems in information security engineering.
- Makes contributions to industry and society through scientific innovation, novel approaches or applications of known methods to new fields.
COMPETENCIES
Ability to work independently and take responsibility
- Proposes solutions to information security engineering problems using scientific research methods in the light of quality and standards.
- Knows and applies the methods necessary to collect, analyze, interpret, report and present data pertaining to information security engineering.
- Takes responsibility to solve new problems in information security engineering.
- Performs all professional activities within the confines of the law and ethics.
Learning Competence
- Grasps the theoretical knowledge about information security engineering.
- Grasps the interaction among various disciplines related to information security engineering.
- Recognizes the necessity of lifelong learning and acts accordingly.
Communication and Social Competence
- Knows and applies the methods necessary to collect, analyze, interpret, report and present data pertaining to information security engineering.
- Evaluates research results using scientific criteria, presents the results in the form of academic articles and reports.
- Improves information security awareness in society by sharing knowledge and experience.
Field-based Competence
- Defines advanced problems in information security engineering.
- Follows the national and international literature on the scientific and technological developments in information security engineering.
- Proposes solutions to information security engineering problems using scientific research methods in the light of quality and standards.
- Identifies open research problems in information security engineering, develops national and international research project ideas that can contribute to the literature, designs and executes such projects.
- Converts developed methods, systems and innovations to patents and useful models.
- Takes responsibility to solve new problems in information security engineering.