ENGR 215 - Engineering Fundamentals III
A course in engineering problem solving including the study of engineering fundamentals using a formal design process. This is a project centered course where students learn to plan, design, and manage a project; to construct and test prototypes; to analyze results and communicate findings using a variety of methods. The engineering profession and professional ethics are discussed.
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (3-0)
Prerequisites: ENGR 103 (minimum grade of C-) AND (ENGR 104 (minimum grade of C-) OR concurrent enrollment in ENGR 104 )
ENGR 104 may be taken concurrently with ENGR 215.
There is a course specific fee for this course.
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