Syllabus_SP12 - FAMU-FSU College of Engineering EGN-1004L...

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FAMU-FSU College of Engineering EGN-1004L First-Year Engineering Laboratory Spring, 2012 Semester COURSE SYLLABUS Catalog Description An introduction and overview of the study and practice of the following engineering disciplines: chemical, civil, computer, electrical, industrial, and mechanical. An examination of student success strategies including time management, study skills, learning styles, and test taking strategies. A review of pre-engineering program requirements. Supervising Instructor: Dr. Melodee Moore, Assistant Professor, General Engineering Office B-226C Phone 410-6299(V) 410-6479 (F) Email Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Teaching Assistants TBA TA Office Hours TBA Prerequisites: The passion required to be an engineer!! Course Text: First-Year Engineering Laboratory, Fall 2011 Custom E Source Course Book for the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering (electronic version only) Webpage Address Course Goals The overall goal of this course is to generate and maintain interest in the engineering disciplines, in order to motivate students to become active learners, responsible students, and ethical engineering professionals. This course is intended to introduce students not only to the engineering disciplines, but also to the study of engineering here at the COE. Each student will learn what to expect from his/her studies as an engineering major, as well as what professors expect from him/her as a student in pursuit of a technical degree. Upon completion of this course, students should be able to define and distinguish between the six engineering disciplines offered for study here at the COE in order to make or confirm a decision regarding which field of study to enter. In addition, students will have gained useful information intended to help them successfully complete their engineering programs of choice. In addition, it is imperative that each student is fully aware of the Pre-Engineering requirements. They appear in the required textbook, on the College of Engineering webpage, in each updated campus bulletin, and will be presented in class. Instructional Objectives: By the end of the course, the successful student will be able to: a.i.1. Define engineering (the formal definition given by ABET). a.i.2. Identify activities common to all engineering disciplines a.i.3. Specify and define the (conventional) engineering disciplines.
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