1. Contribute to the design of creative, sustainable, economic and safe solutions, which satisfy the objectives of clients and stakeholders.

2. Demonstrate a broad, theory-based understanding of the mathematical, natural and physical sciences underpinning engineering practice, and evaluate the differences between theoretical and applied system behaviour.

3. Demonstrate a conceptual understanding of the computer and information sciences that underpin engineering practice.

4. Demonstrate a substantial and contemporary body-of-knowledge of engineering methods, tools and processes for a specific discipline, complemented by relevant knowledge from related disciplines.

5. Professionally and ethically conduct themselves and their work, respecting the communities and cultural norms within which that work is carried out.

6. Communicate objectively and effectively, in written and oral forms, to lay and expert audiences.

7. Apply critical and independent thinking to make sound judgements, based on evidence, theory and logical reasoning.

8. Maintain and develop knowledge of advancements in engineering practice and research in the specific discipline, and apply this knowledge innovatively when devising solutions.

9. Be an effective, emotionally and culturally intelligent team member, with leadership potential.

10. Apply a systems approach to managing and developing solutions to complex problems.

11. Demonstrate deep knowledge of the mathematical and computer sciences.

12. Apply problem-solving skills in the mathematical and computer sciences.

13. Critically analyse and solve problems as independent self-directed learners.

14. Demonstrate skills in the use of technology to solve mathematical and computational problems.

15. Apply written and oral communication skills and teamwork skills.

16. Demonstrate awareness of professional practice.