Jul 06, 2022  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
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EGR 215 - INTRODUCTION TO THE PRACTICE OF ENGINEERING FOR TRANSFER STUDENTS


College of Engineering

Credit(s): 3

Introduction to the Practice of Engineering for Transfer Students welcomes transfer students to the College of Engineering and introduces them to the creativity inherent in how engineers and computer scientists approach innovation, design and problem solving from blue sky brainstorming to implementing a solution. Students will be introduced to general engineering content, practice with tools of the trade (written and oral communications, data analysis, visualization, and professional development), provide peer reviews and discuss ethical implications of creative engineering endeavors. Students will work in teams to apply the skills and tools introduced. Topics and assignments include in depth engagement with engineering tools for modeling, analysis, visualization, team development, documentation and communication. Students gain experience in project management, identifying constraints, accepting and providing critical analysis, iterating to refine their work, and keeping a technical design notebook.

Prereq: Enrolled in the College of Engineering or MA ACT of at least 25 or equivalent. Prereq or concur: MA 113.
Meets UK Core: Intellectual Inquiry in Arts and Creativity.



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