EMA_4161C_Fall_2011_ABET_Syllabus

EMA_4161C_Fall_2011_ABET_Syllabus - EMA 4161C Physical...

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EMA4161c-syllabus-fall-2010 1 of 3 EMA 4161C Physical Properties of Polymers Syllabus Fall 2011, Section 9677 1. Catalog Description: EMA 4161C Physical Properties of Polymers Credits: 4 The physical behavior of polymers is combined with the major processing methods for polymers. 2. Pre-requisites and Co-requisites: EMA 3066 or Instructor Permission 3. Course Objectives: a. Use their technical knowledge of materials science and engineering to understand the structure/property behavior of polymers as related to processing. b. Characterize and design polymer processes within realistic physical constraints. c. Perform and communicate in a professional environment. d. Understand the societal impacts of polymer processing. 4. Contribution of course to meeting the professional component (ABET only): a. To be completed by ABET Coordinator 5. Relationship of course to program outcomes (ABET only): a. Outcome #1: Ability to conduct experiments, analyze and interpret data. (High) i. Laboratory sessions 1. Preparation 2. Activity in laboratory session 3. Safety practices ii. Laboratory reports b. Outcome #2: Ability to apply and integrate knowledge of structure, properties, processing, and performance to solve materials selection and design problems within realistic constraints. (Medium) i. Design project device ii. Design project materials selection c. Outcome #3: Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility. (Low)
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