CourseDescriptionPolicyFALL2010

CourseDescriptionPolicyFALL2010 - CHE 333T Engineering...

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1 CHE 333T Engineering Communication Course Description and Policy Statement Fall 2010 Class Sections 14575 T 12:30-2:00p CPE 2.222 Th 9:30-11:00a CPE 1.418 Instructor: Dr. Alice Shukalo TA: George McQueen 14580 T 12:30-2:00p CPE 2.222 Th 11:00a-12:30p CPE 1.418 Instructor: Dr. Alice Shukalo TA: George McQueen 14585 T 3:30-5:00p CPE 2.220 Th 2:00-3:30p CPE 1.418 Instructor: Dr. D’Arcy Randall TA: Josh Holland 14590 T 3:30-5:00p CPE 2.220 Th 3:30-5:00p CPE 1.418 Instructor: Dr. D’Arcy Randall TA: Josh Holland Instructors Dr. Alice Shukalo Office: CPE 2.710 e-mail: shukalo@sbcglobal.net Phone: TBA Office hours: TBA Dr. D’Arcy Randall Office: CPE 4.472 e-mail: darcyr@mail.utexas.edu Phone: 471-3348 Office hours: TBA Teaching Assistants George McQueen email: georgemcqueen@mail.utexas.edu Office hours: TBA at JP’s Java* Josh Holland e-mail: jholland@mail.utexas.edu Office hours: TBA at JP’s Java* *JP’s Java (2803 San Jacinto) is behind CPE and ETC, and across San Jacinto. Texts Hairston, Ruszkiewicz, and Friend The Scott Foresman Handbook for Writers Pearson/Prentice-Hall (any recent edition). Alley , Craft of Scientific Writing, 3 rd ed. Springer-Verlag, 1996. Tufte, The Cognitive Style of PowerPoint Graphics Press, 2006. Also required One folder with interior pockets Electronic storage device Overview Professional engineers are often surprised to discover the importance of writing, reading, and presenting in their jobs. They may be hired to provide dazzling solutions to complex technical problems, but unless they know how to describe, analyze, and present their findings in both written and oral reports, their brilliance may shine no further than the lab. As they advance to management jobs, start their own businesses, or enter graduate school, demands on their communications skills intensify. Engineering Communication ChE333T helps prepare students for other ChE substantial writing classes and real-world careers through assignments in written, oral, and verbal communication. It also provides a foundation for understanding an engineer’s professional and ethical responsibilities .
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2 Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Students Should Have Entering the Course Rhetoric 306 is a prerequisite for ChE333T, so students entering this course should know the basics of English grammar and composition. Students should also be able to write clear, persuasive arguments. Objectives The course helps your department meet expected program outcomes listed in the following table. Table 1. Chemical Engineering program outcomes and ChE333T Assignments (http://www.che.utexas.edu) ChE program outcomes ChE333T assignments 1. Successfully apply fundamentals of science and engineering to solve problems of analysis and design of components, systems, and processes important in chemical engineering practice and research. 2. Demonstrate interpersonal skills required to lead and/or
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