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Engineering (EGR)

Dean: Professor Wright

105 Foundations of Engineering I (1)

Introduction to engineering. Problem solving. (Lec. 1)

106 Foundations of Engineering II (2)

Engineering problem solving. (Lec. 1, Lab. 2) Pre: MTH 141 or concurrent registration in MTH 141.

133 Artifacts in Modern Society (3)

Materials Science will be introduced to non-science and non-engineering freshman using a “case study” approach. (Lec. 3) Not open to engineering or science majors. (N)

316 (or PHL 316) Engineering Ethics (3)

A broad introduction to moral theory and its application to engineering, professionalism, and moral responsibility as an engineer. An understanding of engineering in a societal context. (Lec. 3) Pre: sophomore standing. (L) [D]

411 (or GER 411) Advanced Technical German (3)

Seminar on advanced scientific and engineering topics in an international context. All reading, discussion, and associated writing is conducted in German. (Lec. 3) Pre: any 400-level course in German and senior standing in an approved engineering program. Not for graduate credit.

412 (or SPA 412) Advanced Technical Spanish (3)

Seminar on advanced scientific and engineering topics in an international context. All reading, writing, and discussion will be conducted in Spanish. (Seminar) Pre: any 400-level course in Spanish and senior standing in an approved engineering program. Not for graduate credit.


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