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Course Syllabus EMA 3066 Introduction to Organic Materials Section XXXX, Fall 2010 1. Catalog Description - Uses, structure, processing and properties of organic materials, including polymers, biomacromolecules, and small molecule organic materials. Scientific principles are introduced through discussion of developed organic materials for high technology applications; 3 credit hours. 2. Pre-requisites and Co-requisites – CHM 2200, Basic Organic Chemistry and EMA 3010, Materials 3. Course Objectives - This is an introductory course in organic materials. The specific objectives for the course are: a. To know the properties of common organic materials. b. To be able to predict properties of organic materials from knowledge of structure. c. To be able to choose the appropriate organic material for a particular application. 4. Contribution of course to meeting the professional component - This is a 3 credit course. It provides 3 credits towards engineering sciences and includes a design component. 5. Relationship of course to program outcomes - This course addresses the following MSE Program outcomes (note: Numbers refer to the list of MSE Program outcomes): . Ability to apply and integrate knowledge of structure, properties, processing, and performance to solve materials selection and design problems within realistic constraints (High coverage) Students are introduced to basic principles of design. Performance is tested in homework and exams. . Ability to communicate effectively in written form. (Medium coverage) Students are assessed through essay questions on exams. 9. Understanding of the economic impact of engineering solutions. (Low coverage) Students are introduced to basic principles of cost analysis. Performance is tested in homework and exams. 6. Instructor - Elliot P. Douglas a. Office location: 100A Rhines Hall b. Telephone: 846-2836 (office); 246-3505 (cell) c. E-mail address: [email protected] d. Web site: http://douglas.mse.ufl.edu e. Office hours: Monday period 8, Tuesday period 7
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7. Teaching Assistant – None a. Office location: b. Telephone: c. E-mail address: d. Office hours: 8. Meeting Times - Tuesday, period 4 and Thursday, periods 3 and 4.
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