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Section 015 Prof. Carnes GTA Leyla Yamin Class 3b AS YOU COME IN: Place Homework in the Red Tub NEAREST your table Take out the computers
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Closure on Info Lit. 10 Minute Activity – read memo and answer multiple choice questions Goal: Evaluation of documentation, source credibility and basic STEM literacy (does it make sense??) Survey in Webforms https://engineering.purdue.edu/ENE/WebformsFor/ AvailableFor/engr131_10fal
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How late can one switch into IDE from each of  these without delaying graduation? Aero/Astro ABE BME ChE Civil CME EE CpE EEE IE ME MSE Nuc
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WHO SHOULD CONSIDER  INTERDISCIPLINARY ENGINEERING? IDE IS NOT for the student who doesn’t know what they want to do. (i.e Can’t decide between mechanical and civil so I’ll combine both of them and become a mechano-civil engineer…no!) CAN combine Engineering with Liberal Arts, Science, Technology, etc. IDE IS NOT a place to get an “alternate” ECE, BME, or ME degree for a student who did not make it into one of those departments because of their GPA requirements. (limit of 24 credits from any one professional school) Plan of study must not be feasible in any other professional school . IDE IS for the student who knows exactly what they want. The plans of study require a motivated and organized student.
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Interdisciplinary  Engineering Has 2 majors Interdisciplinary Engineering Studies non-ABET. Degree is a BS Multidisciplinary Engineering ABET accredited. Degree is a BSE
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PROGRAMS ARE TAILORED TO MEET  STUDENTS INTERESTS AND ABILITIES As the Homework shows, ADVANTAGE is FLEXIBILITY Interdisciplinary Engineering Studies for students who do not plan to practice engineering but want an engineering background Multidisciplinary Engineering for those who do plan to practice engineering. (ABET accredited)
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In the HW, you’ve already seen… A sample plan of study… Program Director and Advisor will help you figure out what to take Graduation requirements
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Interdisciplinary Engineering  Studies Concentrations Pre-professional Engineering Studies Pre-medicine, Pre-Law, Pre Chiropractic, Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Social Work, Pre-Physical Therapy, Pre-Physician’s Assistant, etc. Dual degree: Aviation Tech & Interdisciplinary Engr. Studies International Engineering Studies Inventive Design Engineering Studies Supervision Engineering Studies Theatre Engineering Studies Design own Engineering Studies program Very flexible. Minimum: 30 credits of Engineering 200+ level.
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Interdisciplinary Engr. Studies  Graduation Requirements. FRESH ENGR HUM & SOC SCI MA 261, MA 262 or MA 265/266, Science Selective (3 or 4 cr) ENGR 200 LEVEL OR ABOVE ENGR 300 LEVEL OR ABOVE AREA 0 124 CREDIT HOURS 31-34 18 10-13 15 15 32
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Multidisciplinary Engineering  Concentrations Acoustical Engineering Basic Engineering Environmental and Ecological Engineering Engineering Management Integrated Engineering Design your own Engineering concentration.
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This note was uploaded on 05/24/2011 for the course ENGR 131 taught by Professor Purzer during the Fall '10 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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