Title: Intro to Engineering Technology
||Instructor: Keith Wilson|
Number: EGR-110 Fall 2008
NB-227 (Applied Technologies)
|Hours: Class 2, Lab 3||Phone: 362-7177|
|Credit: 3 Semester Hours||E-mail:
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Engineering Technology, 7th Edition ; Robert
Pearson Prentice Hall, 2009 ; ISBN 0-13-515430-8
Couple floppy disks or a flash drive are recommended
Course Description: This course introduces general topics relevant to engineering technology. Topics include career assessment, professional ethics, critical thinking and problem solving, usage of college resources for study and research, and using tools for engineering computations. Upon completion, students should be able to choose a career option in engineering technology and utilize college resources to meet their educational goals. This course is also available through the Virtual Learning Community (VLC).
Course Objectives: Students will understand the responsibilities of technicians and technologists in the dynamic world of engineering. Students will learn to use the basic tools of Engineering Technologies, develop problem solving skills, and learn basic calculator skills and unit conversion using geometry and computers. This course is designed as an introduction to Engineering Technologi
The key skills
this course are
Understanding Engineering Technology as a career
|Course Grade Determination:||
||A = 92 - 100||I=Incomplete|
||B = 84 - 91||WP=Withdraw Passing|
|C = 76 - 83||WF=Withdraw Failing|
|Missed tests- makeups allowed.
||D = 68 - 75||NC=discontinued
-- equals 'F'
|F = 0 - 67||(excessive absences)|
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