This class was tough.
EGR 3300, Thermodynamics I, was a great course that greatly increase my engineering knowledge that will be needed for when I go out into the world of work. I enjoyed the amount of collaboration that was required with other people in order to finish assignments. The subject matter was also extremely interesting as well.
As mentioned before, I learned about collaboration with other students on problems that were too great for one person to take on. In terms of subject matter, I learned about enthalpic, entropic, adiabatic, and many other thermally-rich properties of matter that we can use to perform the tasks we want.
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Advice for students:
Do your work with others. Make sure you ask questions if you don't understand something, Dr. Keene loves to help out when you're unsure. This course will test your problem solving skills greatly, so brush up on those before you start the course for the year.