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Matching Outcomes Objectives

NQF Learning Domains  and Learning Outcomes

 

 

NQF Learning Domains

 and Learning Outcomes

Teaching

Strategies

Assessment

Methods

1.0

Knowledge

1.1

Recall knowledge in basic sciences.

Lectures, Lab demonstrations,

exams, long and

short essays, individual and group presentations, case studies, group reports, lab reports, debates,

1.2

Acquire basic engineering sciences, techniques and skills related to the field of biomedical technology.

1.3

Recognize the impact of biomedical technology solutions in community health and environmental contexts.

Lectures, projects,

graduation project

exams, long and

short essays, analytical reports, individual and group presentations, posters, case studies, group reports,

1.4

Outline the knowledge of contemporary issues

Lectures, Research project

2.0

Cognitive Skills

2.1

Analyze and interpret experimental data

Lab demonstrations,

exams, individual and group presentations, case studies,

group reports, lab reports.

2.2

Identify and solve biomedical technology problems

Lectures and tutorials

exams, long and

short essays, analytical reports, individual and group presentations, case studies,

group reports, debates, peer evaluations.

2.3

Design and implement biomedical systems or sub-systems.

Lectures, Lab demonstrations, and graduation project

exams, long and short essays, analytical reports, individual and group presentations, posters, case studies, video analysis, group reports, lab reports, debates, peer evaluations.

2.4

Evaluate the techniques and skills necessary in biomedical technology.

Graduation project and internship

analytical reports, individual and group presentations, posters, debates.

3.0

Interpersonal Skills & Responsibility

3.1

Participate effectively in teamwork.

Group work, graduation project and internship.

analytical reports, individual and group presentations, posters, debates.

3.2

Demonstrate professional and ethical responsibility

3.3

Demonstrate commitment to quality, and continuous improvement.

4.0

Communication, Information Technology, Numerical Skills

4.1

Conduct technical written, oral, and graphical communication.

Course projects, lab sessions and graduation project.

exams, long and short essays, analytical reports, individual and group presentations, posters, lab manuals, group reports, lab reports, debates.

4.2

Utilize specialized computer software and information technology.

4.3

Use mathematics, numerical and simulation tools.