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Chapter1_lecture1_Sum09 - MSE 2001 Syllabus MSE 200-E...

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MSE 2001: Syllabus MSE 200-E: Principles and Applications of Engineering Materials CLASSROOM: Tue, Th 12:05 pm - 1:40 pm , Room 185 @ J. Erskine Love Jr. Manufacturing Building INSTRUCTOR: Prof. Faisal Alamgir: [email protected] HOMEWORK : Homework assignments will be given periodically. It is important to work these problems. Homework will not be collected although there will be at least one problem on each of the examinations VERY SIMILAR to a previously assigned homework problem. EXAMINATIONS : There will be three exams during the semester and a final examination. If a student has a legitimate conflict and will miss the exam that student must reschedule the exam prior to the examination day . Only personal calculators that are non-programmable can be used on examinations.
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GRADE : Your final grade will be computed based upon your performance on exams and homework assignments and scaled according to the following scheme: 3 Midterm exams the first is 15% and the next two are 25% each= 65% Citizenship = 5% Final- 30% Attendance Policy: Students are encouraged to attend lectures and are responsible for all material presented during lectures. CLASS DESCRIPTION for MSE 2001: Prerequisites: CHEM 1310. Basic principles describing the structure and properties of engineering materials and the application of the basic principals directed toward understanding the relationships between the development of microstructure and the effects of microstructure on the properties discussed. The properties discussed include mechanical, chemical, electrical, thermal, and optical. Materials processing techniques and materials selection in design are emphasized. TEXTBOOK : James P. Schaffer, Ashok Saxena, Stephen D. Antolovich, Thomas H. Sanders, Jr. and Steven B. Warner, The Science and Design of Engineering Materials , Second Edition , Irwin, Chicago, IL, 1999. MSE 2001: Syllabus
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ACADEMIC INTEGRITY: I expect all students in this class to respect the Georgia Tech honor code and behave in a professional manner when it comes to academic integrity. Engineers have a responsibility to the public who ultimately will use the products of their intellectual creations. Trust is very important in the engineering profession and it begins well before we enter the workplace. Any students violating the honor code will be turned over to the office of Academic Integrity, Dean of Students to investigate the incident(s). 1. In this course, students are encouraged to study together (including working together on the homework assignments). 2. Students are to neither receive nor give help to others during exams. 3. Calculators will be provided for use during exams.
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