ENGS 21 - Winter Term 2012

Course Description

The student is introduced to engineering through participation, as a member of a team, in a complete design project. The synthesis of many fields involving the laws of nature, mathematics, economics, management, and communication is required in the project. Engineering principles of analysis, experimentation, and design are applied to a real problem, from initial concept to final recommendations. The project results are evaluated in terms of technical and economic feasibility and social significance. Lectures are directed toward the problem, with experiments designed by students as the need develops. For winter term, enrollment is limited to 64 students.

ENGS 21 students

Prerequisites

MATH 3 or equivalent

Class Times

Tuesday, Thursday - 10:00-11:50am
X-Hour Wednesday 3:00-4:05pm
Spanos Auditorium, Cummings Hall

More Information

Student enrolled in this class can find more information on Blackboard.

Non-enrolled students interested in the class should contact Professor Ian Baker for more details.