Lecture 03 - Becoming an Engineer special set of skills...

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Unformatted text preview: Becoming an Engineer special set of skills development of social stratification apprenticeship programs emerged demonstration, observation, imitation, repetition worked with and made devices Code of Hammurabi (1760 BCE) apprenticeship system survives today Early Engineering Engineering in France Corps of Military Engineering (1675) School of Bridges and Highways (1747) Ecole Polytechnic introduced (1794) Engineering in England Institution of Civil Engineers (1818) Engineering in USA West Point Military Engineering (1802) Polytechnic universities in CT and NY first engineering degree (1835) Engineering Education focus initially in Civil Engineering surveying railroads waterworks bridges first engineering program at University of New Brunswick (1854) Henry Ketchum Early Canadian Engineering The Chignecto Ship Railway from: www.sunrisetrail.ca/places/Chignecto-Ship-Railway.htm government supported program at university...
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