Materials syllabus

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Standardized Syllabus for the College of Engineering EMA 3010 Materials Spring 2011 Section 2963 1. Course 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. Course Objectives: To present the fundamental concepts in materials science and engineering. To describe the structure, properties, and applications of metallic, ceramic, polymeric and composite materials. To generalize structure-property-performance interrelationships in materials. 3. Prerequisites: CHM 2045 General Chemistry 4. Contribution of course to meeting the professional component: This course provides 3 credits towards engineering sciences. 5. Instructor: Dr. Juan C. Nino a. Office location: 172 Rhines Hall b. Telephone: (352) 846 3787 c. E-mail address: d. Office hours: 6. Teaching Assistant: Charles Fisher a. Office location: B09 Rhines Hall b. Telephone: (352) 846-3352 c. E-mail address: d. Office hours: 7. Meeting Times and Location: R Period 3, 9:35 – 10:25 pm CLB C130 8. Textbook Required a. Title: Fundamentals of Materials Science and Engineering: An Integrated Approach b. Author: William D. Callister, Jr. and D.G. Rethwisch c. Year and edition: d. ISBN: 978-0-470-12537-3 9. On the Web: This course will use Sakai extensively as a communication and archival tool. The students can access all relevant course information (course notes, homework and exam solutions, announcements, grades, etc.) via the Sakai entry link: . 10. Conduct, Attendance and Expectations: Proper behavior in class is always important and leads to a relaxed and productive educational environment. Thus, eating , drinking , texting , r eading of newspapers, working on homework for this or other courses, or other activities that are not part of the class are not allowed. Students who do not comply with these requirements or who behave disorderly or disrespectfully may be asked to leave the classroom. Leaving your cell phone on , leaving early or arriving late can be VERY distracting. All electronic devices (PDAs, cell-phones, etc.) should be turned off or in silent mode . If your cell phone rings during class it will be confiscated for the remainder of the class period. While not directly enforced, attendance is
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course EMA 3010 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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