ENGR 2002 Syllabus 2011 Fall V_1_0

ENGR 2002 Syllabus 2011 Fall V_1_0 - ENGR 2002 Professional...

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Updated 8/21/2011 Page 1 ENGR 2002 Professional Development FALL 2011 Sec 001 Sec 003 Day: Mondays Day: Wednesdays Time: 9:30AM – 11:15AM Time: 9:30AM – 11:15AM Location: DEH 270 Location: DEH 270 Sec 002 Sec 004 Day: Mondays Day: Wednesdays Time: 11:30AM – 1:15PM Time: 11:30AM – 1:15PM Location: DEH 270 Location: DEH 270 Instructor: Matt Green Office Location: FH 108D Email Address: [email protected] Office Phone: 325-1076 Office Hours: Mondays and Wednesdays @ 1:30PM to 2:30PM and By Appointment Teaching Assistants: Sec 001, 002, 003 and 004 Sean Hoefer FH 108D [email protected] Reasonable Accommodation Policy: "The University of Oklahoma is committed to providing reasonable accommodation for all students with disabilities. Students with disabilities who require accommodations in this course are requested to speak with the professor as early in the semester as possible. Students with disabilities must be registered with the Office of Disability Services prior to receiving accommodations in this course. The Office of Disability Services is located in Goddard Health Center, Suite 166, phone 405/325-3852 or TDD only 405/325-4173.” Text: Oakes, William C.; Leone, Les L.; Gunn, Craig J. (2004). Engineering Your Future , Great Lakes Press, Inc. (ISBN: 978-1-881018-95-7) 4 th Edition and more recent ALL work for this class. Other References: Stanley, Andy (1999); Visioneering , Multnomah Publishers. Kouzes, James M.; Posner, Barry Z. (2002). The Leadership Challenge . Jossey-Bass. Smith, Karl A. (2004 ). Teamwork and Project Management (B.E.S.T. Series). McGraw-Hill Collins, Jim (2001). Good to Great . HarperBusiness. Zimmer, Thomas W.; Scarborough, Norman M. (2005). Essentials of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management . Pearson-Prentice Hall Dorf, Richard C.; Byers, Thomas H (2005). Technology Ventures from Ideas to Enterprise. McGraw-Hill. Case Studies and posted articles from Fast Company and Wired
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Updated 8/21/2011 Page 2 Vision Statement (Course Objective): Inspire personal vision within each class member to picture what could be and introduce professional topics and the engineering design and problem solving process via an engaging, interactive class experience for students to develop a context and framework for successfully Engineering Your Future . Mission (Desired Course Outcomes): Upon successful completion of this course, class members should have an understanding of core professional topics, the engineering design and problem solving process, and how to apply these to be a successful professional in today‟s global, knowledge-driven economy. This overall objective will be a consequence of class members achieving the following outcomes: “Understand your professional and personal interests and goals, and develop a vision for how to find (or start) a company or business that is compatible with the achievement of those goals.” - Maj. General Jerry D. Holmes Demonstrate your understanding of Core Professional Topics by reviewing, analyzing and discussing case studies
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