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Unformatted text preview: gineering. Outcomes An outcome is a measurable accomplishment of the work undertaken. At the end of this course, you will 1. Have a basic understanding of the concepts and principles needed to describe the fundamen-tal nature and selected properties of materials, 2. Be able to identify relevant problems that involve this information, 3. Be able to formulate appropriate solutions to the above problems, 4. Be aware of how computational tools and literature resources are used to solve such prob-lems, and 5. Understand that this knowledge is useful in contemporary materials science and engineering. Please indicate on the lines above how well you believe this course has provided its stated outcomes with a scale of 1 (poorly), 2 (less than adequetely), 3 (adequetely), 4 (more than adequetely), 5 (exceptionally). Bring this completed sheet with you to the nal exam....
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- Fall '09