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ESE 440 - Senior Design I

The senior design sequence (ESE 440 and ESE 441) is a two-semester, team based and independent capstone project with deliverables. The primary objective of the senior design course sequence is to provide a vehicle for students to transition from an academic environment to that of a commercial/professional engineering environment. Students learn to work in teams to complete a project from concept, practical design based on multiple constraints, to creating a deliverable product meeting the design specifications. Students present written, oral and poster presentations of the project. While most of the project work is done outside the classroom, guest speakers provide insight into other related topics from resume preparation, to program management, to team dynamics and to design methodologies used in industry. The project incorporates appropriate engineering standards and multiple realistic constraints. The final grade will be assigned at the end of the two course sequence ESE 440-441. Not counted as a technical elective. This course has an associated fee. Please see for more information. Class Notes: Offered as ESE 440 and ESE 441Lab Fee $115. Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisites: ESE or ECE major, U4 standing; ESE 300; For ESE majors: two ESE electives or for ECE majors: two ECE electives.
CER_PART Practice & Respect Critical/Ethical Rsng ESI_PART Evaluate & Synthesize Researched Info EXP+_PART Experiential Learning SBS+_PART Social and Behavioral Sciences SPK_PART Speak Effectively before an Audience STEM+_PART Science, Technology, Engineering & Math WRTD_PART Write Effectively in One's Discipline
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