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ENGR 130 Introduction to Engineering

This course is a gateway to Pre-Engineering program. In this course, student learn about different types of engineering and 4-year school offerings. In addition, students work in a team environment in order to successfully follow a design process and build a prototype.

ENGR-130 Introduction to Engineering

Credit Hours: 
3.00
Course Description: 
Introduces the engineering profession, problem solving fundamentals, applications, fields of study, career paths, teamwork skills, and ethics necessary in the engineering profession. Course work includes projects that deal with real world application of these aspects of engineering as related to engineering problems.
Prerequisites: 
Pre-engineering enrollment; MATH-1094 OR MATH-110 OR MATH-112, OR high school algebra and trigonometry.