MAE 100 F2010 Syllabus

MAE 100 F2010 Syllabus - MAE 100 Introduction to Mechanical...

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MAE 100 Introduction to Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Fall 2010 Syllabus, Rev 0 Course Description This is the introductory course for freshmen students in mechanical and aerospace engineering. In addition to learning about the engineering profession, students learn design and teamwork fundamentals through both lectures and active learning laboratories. The course includes the study of MATLAB and a team project. Locations and Times Lectures : Mondays 8:35-9:25 AM LSA 191 (SLN 73143) Laboratory Sessions: Class # Times Lab Designator 73144 7:30-8:20 AM A 73145 8:35-9:25 AM B 75624 9:40-10:30 AM C 76798 10:45-11:35 AM D 75625 11:50-12:40 PM E 75626 12:55-1:45 PM F 77529 2:00-2:50 PM G 87494 3:05-3:55 PM H Course Blackboard Go to My ASU . Look for “MAE 100: Intro to Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering (2010 Fall).” . Instructor Steven Trimble, ERC 385, (623)229-9070, [email protected] Office Hours: Mondays 10:30 am to Noon Wednesdays 8:30 am to 11:00 am Or by appointment Graduate Teaching Assistants Evan Schentrup Seth Bullington Willie Overmann Required Textbook Thinking Like An Engineer: An Active Learning Approach , E. A. Stephan et al, Pearson Publishing Course Outcomes
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All MAE classes have specific outcomes that have been agreed upon by the faculty. Seeing these outcomes allows you to figure out ahead of time what you’re supposed to be learning in this class. The outcomes for MAE 100 are given in Table 1. The Engineering School’s accreditation organization, ABET, requires each student to achieve a certain mastery (learning) level for each outcome. The learning levels are defined in the Table 1 footnote. Table 1 Course outcomes for MAE 100 1 Knowledge (can define), Comprehension (can work problems), Application (can recognize when to use skill), Analysis (can explain why process or skill works), and Synthesis (can generate your own methods). Course Introduction
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MAE 100 F2010 Syllabus - MAE 100 Introduction to Mechanical...

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