ENGR 1628 - Introduction to Engineering II

Description
This course builds on the foundational skills in engineering design and practices developed in ENGR/ECE 1618. Students will design, build, test, and present engineering projects designed to solve specified problems within given constraints. Additionally, the impact of engineering from a global, social, economic, and environmental perspective is presented through case studies. 50 minutes lecture and 100 minutes activity per week. Prerequisite: ENGR/ECE 1618. Satisfies general education requirement First-Year Seminar. Class Notes: Material fee required $15.00. Enrollment Requirements: Main Campus Prereqs: ENGR/ECE 1618.
Credits
2
Attributes
First Year Seminar
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Fall 2019, Spring 2019, Fall 2018, Spring 2018, Fall 2017
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Avg. Class Size
51
Avg. Sections
4