School of Engineering and Technology

ENGR 12500

Section #CreditsScheduleEligibility
337471W 10:30–11:15A
  • Engineering (direct admit)
  • Pre-Engineering (University College)
  • Must be living on campus
337481W 1:30–2:45P
  • Engineering (direct admit)
  • Pre-Engineering (University College)
337501M 12:00–1:15P
  • Engineering (direct admit)
  • Pre-Engineering (University College)
337511R 3:00–4:15P
  • Engineering (direct admit)
  • Pre-Engineering (University College)

TECH 10200

Section #CreditsScheduleEligibility
249791W 10:30–11:45A
  • Technology (direct admit)
  • Pre-Technology (University College)
  • Must be living on campus
283321R 3:00–4:15P
  • Technology (direct admit)
  • Pre-Technology (University College)
286461T 12:00–1:15P
  • Computer Information Technology (direct admit)
  • Computer Graphics Technology (direct admit)
  • Pre-Computer Information Technology (University College)
  • Pre-Computer Graphics Technology (University College)

Exploring the Power of Pervasive Technology

TECH-BE 499
33719
4 CR.

Pervasive technology or pervasive computing provides convenient and powerful access to information easily and readily. Smart phones, smart appliances and the power of the Internet offer large amounts of information quickly and easily. How does this impact college courses, the workplace and our lives? What is the impact of activities that increasingly rely on technology?

Eligibility

  • Engineering and Technology (direct admit)
  • Pre-Engineering and Technology (University College)

Courses

TECH 10200
23775
1 CR.
M 9:00–10:15A

TECH 10500
32276
3 CR.
F 8:00–9:50A
F 12:00–1:50P

Pathways to Leadership

TECH-BE 499
33724
4 CR.

Pervasive technology or pervasive computing provides convenient and powerful access to information easily and readily. Smart phones, smart appliances and the power of the Internet offer large amounts of information quickly and easily. How does this impact college courses, the workplace and our lives? What is the impact of activities that increasingly rely on technology?

Eligibility

  • Engineering and Technology (direct admit)
  • Pre-Engineering and Technology (University College)

Courses

TECH 10200
32036
1 CR.
T 9:00–10:15A

OLS 25200
24015
3 CR.
TR 10:30–11:45A

Bioengineering: Shaping the Future of Medicine

ENGR-BE 499
33704
9 CR.

How are biomedical engineers shaping the future of medicine? In this Learning Community students will apply the engineering goals of “measure, model, manipulate, and make” to explore practical biomedical applications that will take them from a biological understanding of cellular structure and function to designing medical devices or engineering tissues that benefit modern medicine and society.

Eligibility

  • Biomedical Engineering (direct admit)
  • Pre-Biomedical Engineering (University College)
  • Placement in MATH 15400 or higher required

Courses

ENGR 12500
33589
1 CR.
T 1:30–2:45P

ENGR 19600
26954
3 CR.
TR 9:00–10:45A

BIOL-K 101
23486, 23484, 23485
5 CR.
T 12:00–1:15P
MWF 12:00–12:50P
R 11:30–2:20P

Serving Others Through Engineering Design

ENGR-BE 499
33707
7 CR.

This Learning Community will examine the opportunities and responsibilities engineers have to design and build a better world through service learning and hands-on projects. Students will learn about the many opportunities in the engineering profession that places engineers in a unique position within society to make a positive and powerful impact on the world.

Eligibility

  • Engineering (direct admit)
  • Pre-Engineering (University College)
  • Placement in MATH 15400 or higher required

Courses

ENGR 12500
33590
1 CR.
R 3:00–4:15P

ENG-W 131
22483
3 CR.
TR 1:30–2:45P

ENGR 19600
23912
3 CR.
TR 10:30–12:15P

Success in Engineering

ENGR-BE 499
33709
5 CR.

“Therefore, O students, study mathematics and do not build without foundations.” - Leonardo Da Vinci

A strong foundation in math is critical for success in engineering. In this Learning Community you will learn the importance of building a strong academic foundation and the steps it takes to be a successful engineering student.

Eligibility

  • Engineering (direct admit)
  • Pre-Engineering (University College)

Courses

ENGR 12500
33708
1 CR.
T 3:00–4:15P

MATH 16500
25915, 31629
4 CR.
R 3:00–4:15P
MWF 9:00–10:15A

Turning Science Fiction into Science Fact

ENGR-BE 499
33711
7 CR.

Pop culture is full of fantastical gadgets and innovative technology from Dick Tracy’s wrist radio to Iron Man’s Mark XLVI suit. This Learning Community will explore how some of these big ideas have become reality, how some are still being developed, and the role that engineers are playing in taking these science fiction staples into our science fact of today.

Eligibility

  • Engineering (direct admit)
  • Pre-Engineering (University College)
  • Placement in MATH 15400 or higher required

Courses

ENGR 12500
33708
1 CR.
R 1:30–2:45P

COMM-R 110
22213
3 CR.
TR 3:00–4:15P

ENGR 19600
28704
3 CR.
TR 11:00–12:45P

Turning Science Fiction into Science Fact

MSTE-BE 499
33715
7 CR.

Pop culture is full of fantastical gadgets and innovative technology from Dick Tracy’s wrist radio to Iron Man’s Mark XLVI suit. This Learning Community will explore how some of these big ideas have become reality, how some are still being developed, and the role that engineers are playing in taking these science fiction staples into our science fact of today.

Eligibility

  • Motorsports Engineering (direct admit)
  • Pre-Motorsports Engineering (University College)

Courses

ENGR 12500
33713
1 CR.
R 1:30–2:45P

COMM-R 110
22213
3 CR.
TR 3:00–4:15P

MSTE 27200
28706
3 CR.
TR 4:30–5:45P

Design & Connect

TECH-BE 499
33722
4 CR.

Students get a head start in Computer Information Technology (CIT) and Computer Graphics Technology (CGT) in this Learning Community. Students will make connections with classmates and faculty that will continue throughout their four years. Students will also share their skills in web design topics (web development and graphics for the web) helping them focus on their future career goals.

Eligibility

  • Technology (direct admit)
  • Pre-Technology (University College)

Courses

TECH 10200
25214
1 CR.
R 3:00–4:15P

CIT 21200
23693
3 CR.
TR 1:30–2:45P

Designers in the Making

TECH-BE 499
33720
7 CR.

Want to discover a career in Interior Design? This Learning Community—Designers in the Making—will have you exploring all facets of the Interior Design field with skill practice and discovery. Try your hand at color mixing, rendering, designing a floor plan, and creating a design for your client!

Eligibility

  • Interior Design (direct admit)
  • Pre-Interior Design (University College)

Courses

TECH 10200
23780
1 CR.
W 12:00–1:15P

INTR 10300
22692
3 CR.
W 2:00–3:20P

INTR 10300
34021
3 CR.
W 3:30-5:30P

HER-E 109
23466
3 CR.
MW 8:30–11:00A

TECH 10200

Section #CreditsScheduleEligibility
241641M 10:30–11:45A
  • Technology (direct admit)
  • Pre-Technology (University College)
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