This course fulfills the University's Junior Year Writing Requirement for students in the College of Engineering. Students will be introduced to traditional technical and scientific writing forms, including outlines, summaries, mechanical and technical descriptions, extended technical definitions, research reports, and proposals. Grammar review, oral presentations and on-line research are significant components of this course. Students will also investigate ethics in engineering practice and research.
This course is intended to provide beginning engineering students with a clear overview of the field of biomedical engineering so they can confidently decide if they want to pursue biomedical engineering as a profession. Throughout the semester, students will develop basic skills in problem-solving, computation, design, and communication that will help them in all future engineering courses.
This course is intended to provide beginning engineering students with a clear overview of the field of chemical engineering so they can confidently decide if they want to pursue chemical engineering as a profession. Throughout the semester, students will develop basic skills in problem solving, computation, process design, and communication that will help them in all future engineering courses.