BE 1200_W14 Syllabus - BE1200 Basic Engineering I-Design in...

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BE1200 Basic Engineering I -- Design in Engineering: Robotics Section CRN 22215 Winter 2014 Room: PACE Lab, Engineering Building Mons, Weds: 11:45 AM – 2:05 PM Instructor: Dean Pichette Room: 2073 Manufacturing Engineering Building Tel. 313-577-5473 e-mail: [email protected] Office Hours: Tuesday, Thursday 11:00AM - 12:00NOON or by appointment. Instructional Assistant Tarique Khan e-mail: [email protected] Learning Objectives There are two different versions of BE1200. One version approaches engineering design from the perspective of reverse engineering, while the second version (our class) uses the Lego Mindstorms Robot System as the mechanism for teaching systems design. Both versions of the class share the same objectives: This course is designed to introduce students to the core principles of engineering practice, including design, teamwork, and ethical practices. The official course objectives for BE1200 (both the reverse engineering section and the Lego robotics section are described by the following outcomes. At the end of the course, students will be able to: BE1200.01 Identify a simple engineering problem BE1200.02 Identify the goals and constraints associated with a problem BE1200.03 Design a simple engineering system BE1200.04 Develop alternative solutions to an engineering problem BE1200.05 Evaluate the design of the engineering system in comparison with the developed goals and constraints BE1200.06 Develop and implement simple algorithms and programs as part of the system design BE1200.07 Discuss the various fields of engineering BE1200.08 Identify the ethical issues related to an engineering problem BE1200.09 Work in multi-disciplinary teams to solve engineering problems BE1200.10 Identify the societal impact of engineering solutions
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