Intro to Engineering III
Standard letter grades
Contact hours total
MTH 111 or higher minimum placement into Math Level 20.
ENGR 100 and ENGR 102.
Introduces fundamental computational concepts and practices with algorithmic thinking in the context of engineering problem solving. Explores problem-solving skills, algorithm design, debugging, and writing programs using universal design principles. Examines limitations in these problem solutions related to social or structural inequities. Applies these skills and insights through applications to engineering problems.
1. Adapt technical solutions from related problems to current computational problems in engineering.
2. Apply best practices to implementation of computational solutions to engineering problems.
3. Apply coding skills to engineering problem solving.
4. Distinguish the roles of modeling and analysis in engineering practice.
5. Assess limitations within computational solutions as they relate to social or structural inequities.
6. Modify an academic and professional plan based on experiential engineering activities.
Modeling and Analysis
Practice Engineering Application
Practice Computational Tools
Students will need calculators, access to the network, and access to suitable computer resources for software and other tools necessary for the projects in this course. The purchase of hardware associated with the project based content may be required.
Evaluation of student success will occur through homework, quizzes, project assessments, and presentations both individually and through group work.