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Course Number & Title:
ENGR 101 / CSE 101, Engineering & Computer Science Orientation, 1 Credit
"2 hours of presentation/workshop"

Instructor:
Staff

Text Books and Course Material:
* Course Material
* All required material will be provided
* A USB drive would be helpful (Optional)


Web Enhanced Material:
* Link to Canvas
* Library Research Guide
* www.EngrCS.com

Prerequisite:
* None, other than your interest in learning about Engineering & Computer Science


COURSE DESCRIPTION & OUTCOMES:
This course is the first course for students interested in Engineering and Computer Science. Topics covered include effective planning, communication, teamwork, and exposure to Engineering & Computer Science educational / career opportunities and challenges.

Course Outcomes Assessments Program Outcomes
1. Understanding Engineering & Computer Science career and education fields. Class Participation AST2-B
2. Recognize the importance and key elements of educational planning. Education Plan AST2-A
3. Ability to use available resources and tools relevant to area of interest. Presentations AST2-C


TENTATIVE COURSE OUTLINE:

 Topics   Assignments
Introduction
* Education Levels
* Fields of Engineering & Computer Science
* Guide to Engineering & Computer Science Courses
* AST-2 Degrees & Course Requirements
* Team Formation

* Team Formation Based on Interest
* Education Plan
    prepare with Faculty Adviser
Industry Research
* Sources of Industry Information
* Select & Research 3 Companies
* Preparing and Presenting

* 5-minute presentation on selected
    companies
Company Research
* Company In-depth Research
* Preparing and Presenting

* 5-minute 3-company presentation
Problem Solving
* 5-Step Creative Problem Solving
* Apply 5-step creative Problem Solving Process

* Apply the 5-Step Creative
    Problem Solving Process
Mechanical Project
* Introduction to Gravity /Physcial Forces
* Experiment-Tower
* Demonstration

* Present and demonstrate
    optimal Tower
Electrical Project
* Introduction to Electromagnetic Forces
* Experiment-Elevator
* Demonstration

* Present and demonstrate
    optimal Elevator
Computer Science Project
* Introduction to Scratch Development Environment
* Experiement - 2 minute Story
* Demonstration

* Demonstrate Story on Scratch
Internship
* Resume Writting
* Interview Guides

* Internship Plan
Course Retrospective
* Unanswered Education & Career questions
* Course Evaluation/Feedback


* Plan & Reflection
  No Final Exam


ASSESSMENT:
This course is a Pass/No-Pass course. Passing score requires students to attend, actively particiapte in research, class discussion and presentations for eight or more sessions.

ENGINEERING & COMPUTER SCIENCE COURSE POLICIES:
Visit ECS Course Policies for additional important and supporting materials.


Disclaimer: The information presented here is deemed to be accurate but we make no guarantee, warranty or representation to its completeness or accuracy. It is your responsibility to independently confirm accuracy and completeness.
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