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Syllabus EE 4010 - Senior Project I Fall 2014 Description: Students are required to complete a 300-hour engineering project (over two semesters) in a team environment. This course is an opportunity for students to apply the concepts they have studied in lower division courses toward solving a real problem. Project management and problem solving techniques will be emphasized. Topics include developing a project plan, writing contracts, goal setting, conducting research, project design and analysis, and design review presentations. Coordinator: Dr. Fon Brown, 626-7781 (Office), Room ET 236B Office Hours: Office hours are posted at faculty.weber.edu/fonbrown E-mail : [email protected] Time and Location: 12:00 12:50 PM First 2 Tuesdays of the semester, ET Room 210. By appointment thereafter. Prerequisite: Permission from Department. Credits : 2 Text: EE Senior Project Workbook (Supplied). Student Learning Outcomes: The students will demonstrate: 1. The ability to conduct research in support of an engineering problem.
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