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EMA 3010 Syllabus - EMA 3010 Introduction to Materials...

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EMA 3010 Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering Spring, 2010 1. Catalog Description: Conceptual perspective for origin of materials behavior, including structure, property, performance interrelationships. Materials selection and use of familiar materials, including metals, ceramics, polymers, electronic materials and composites in electronics, structural and other engineering applications. (3 credit hours) 2. Prerequisites and Co-requisites: The prerequisite for the course is CHM 2045. 3. Course Objectives: To gain an understanding of the relationships between the structure, properties, processing, and applications of metallic, ceramic, polymeric and electronic materials. 4. Contribution of course to meeting the professional component: This course provides 3 credits towards Engineering Sciences. It is required of all MSE students and of several other engineering disciplines. 5. Relationship of course to program outcomes: This course addresses the following MSE Program outcomes: Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to materials systems (High coverage). As an introductory course, this course provides students with fundamentals in the structure, properties, and processing of materials. Students demonstrate this knowledge on homework problems and exams. Ability to conduct experiments, analyze and interpret data (Low coverage). Throughout the course, methods to test principles are discussed and data are presented that reinforce a variety of concepts. Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility (Medium coverage). During discussions of new
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