Introduction to Civil and Environmental Engineering, sustainability, ethics, systems thinking, teamwork in engineering, laboratories, computational exercises, and project-based.
Must register for a lab, L01-L04 Open to engineering degree students and Continuing Education students with instructor permission
Introduction to Civil and Environmental Engineering, sustainability, systems thinking, teamwork in engineering, laboratories, hands-on design projects, and computational exercises.
* To learn about Civil & Environmental engineering and associated sub-disciplines in which these disciplines apply. * To understand the elements of local and global sustainability applicable to engineered systems including the importance of systems thinking in research and practice. * To work on a number of hands-on projects to help better understand some of the engineering and sustainability principles covered in the lectures. * To develop and practice essential skills for engineers (computing, sensors, problem solving, critical and systems thinking, communication, leadership, cooperation, and professionalism).
First Exam 10% Homework Assignments 22% Lab Reports 45% Quizzes 3% Final Project 10% Final Exam 10% ===== 100%
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