Tentative Spring 2016 Class Schedule

These courses are currently planned for Spring Term 2016. Courses, instructors, and times are subject to change.

See Dartmouth's weekly schedule diagram for details about class times.

Course Title Instructor Time
ENGS 5 Healthcare and Biotechnology in the 21st Century
(limited to 75 students)
Rosen, Robbie 2A
ENGS 6 Technology and Biosecurity
(limited to 30 students)
Hoyt 2A
ENGS 7 Contemporary and Historical Perspectives on Medical Imaging
(limited to 16 students)
Paulsen 12
ENGS 8 Materials in Sports Equipment
(limited to 40 students)
Obbard 9L
ENGS 12 Design Thinking
(limited to 20 students)
Robbie 10A
ENGS 15 Undergraduate Investigations in Engineering   Arrange
ENGS 20 Introduction to Scientific Computing
(limited to 50 students)
Bonfert-Taylor 11, 12
ENGS 21 Introduction to Engineering
(limited to 64 students)
Baker 10A
ENGS 22 Systems
(limited to 50 students)
Stauth 9L, Lab
ENGS 23 Distributed Systems and Fields Trembly 9L
ENGS 24 Science of Materials
(limited to 60 students)
Liu, Levey 10, Lab
ENGS 25 Introduction to Thermodynamics
(limited to 60 students)
Griswold 2
ENGS 30 Biological Physics
(limited to 20 students)
(cross-listed with PHYS 30)
Hill 11
ENGS 31 Digital Electronics
(limited to 60 students)
(cross-listed with COSC 56)
Luke 12, Lab
ENGS 41 Sustainability and Natural Resource Management Borsuk 2A
ENGS 44 Sustainable Design
(limited to 20 students)
Cushman-Roisin 3A
ENGS 46 Advanced Hydrology
(cross-listed with EARS 76)
Renshaw 2A
ENGS 51 Dynamic Modeling of Technological, Social, and Resource Systems Sullivan 10A
ENGS 56 Introduction to Biomedical Engineering Hoopes 2, Lab
ENGS 61 Intermediate Electrical Circuits Stauth 10, Lab
ENGS 64 Engineering Electromagnetics (pending approval) Lotko Arrange
ENGS 69 Smartphone Programming
(limited to 50 students)
(cross-listed with COSC 65 and COSC 165)
Yang 9L
ENGS 71 Structural Analysis May 10
ENGS 73 Materials Processing and Selection Staff 10A, Lab
ENGS 84 Reading Course   Arrange
ENGS 85 Special Topics   Arrange
ENGS 86 Independent Project   Arrange
ENGS 87 Undergraduate Investigations   Arrange
ENGS 88 Honors Thesis   Arrange
ENGS 93 Statistical Methods in Engineering Vaze 12
ENGG 103 Operations Research Vaze 2
ENGS 110 Signal Processing Hansen 10
ENGS 111 Digital Image Processing Hartov 9L
ENGS 112 Modern Information Technologies Santos 11
ENGS 120 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves Garmire 9L
ENGS 126 Analog Integrated Circuit Design Odame 2A
ENGG 129 Instrumentation and Measurements Odame 11
ENGS 145 Modern Control Theory Phan 10A
ENGS 146 Computer-Aided Mechanical Engineering Design
(limited to 24 students)
Diamond 2A
ENGS 147 Mechatronics Ray 3A
ENGS 150 Intermediate Fluid Mechanics Epps 12
ENGS 155 Intermediate Thermodynamics Frost Arrange
ENGS 156 Heat, Mass, and Momentum Transfer Hill 9L
ENGS 158 Chemical Kinetics and Reactors Laser 12
ENGS 162 Methods in Biotechnology Ackerman Arrange
ENGS 165 Biomaterials Van Citters Tues, Thurs 8:00-9:50am
ENGG 166 Quantitative Human Physiology Pogue Arrange
ENGS 175 Energy Systems Lynd, Peterson 2A
ENGM 180 Corporate Finance Lewellen Arrange
ENGM 183 Operations Management Hall Mon, Tues 12:15pm-1:45pm
ENGM 186 Technology Project Management March Arrange
ENGG 194 Ph.D. Oral Qualifier
(for Ph.D. students)
ENGG 196 Seminar on Applied Science and Technology
(for Ph.D. students)
ENGG 260 Advances in Biotechnology Ackerman, Griswold Arrange
ENGG 296 Graduate Research 1
(for M.S. & Ph.D. students)
ENGG 297 Graduate Research 2
(for M.S. & Ph.D. students)
ENGG 298 Graduate Research 3
(for M.S. & Ph.D. students)
ENGG 300 Enterprise Experience Project
(for M.S. & Ph.D. students)
Fossum Arrange
ENGG 321 Introduction to Innovation
(for Ph.D. students)
Fossum Arrange
ENGG 365 Advanced Biomaterials Van Citters Arrange
ENGG 390 MEM Project
(for M.E.M. students)
Cushman-Roisin Arrange