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Undeclared Engineering Seminar (Formerly 25.001)

Description

The seminar course is designed to introduce undeclared engineering students to the various engineering disciplines so that undeclared engineering students can make a more informed decision when declaring their engineering major.

Environmental Biotechnology (Formerly 25.103)

Description

This UML TEAMS Academy course will investigate the chemical and biological impact of human activity on aquatic environments. A specific focus of this course will be to observe the behavior of microorganisms impacted by pollutants introduced into the environment by humans. Students will explore possible engineering solutions to alleviate the problems caused by pollutants. This course can be described as "inquiry based discovery" and will rely heavily on laboratory investigations and laboratory based projects analyzing environmental samples collected in the field. This course is open only to high school students accepted to the UML-TEAMS Academy. Instructor permission required.

Introduction To Engineering I (Formerly 25.107)

Description

This course provides a hands-on introduction to engineering and the engineering design process. Through assignments and projects, students learn how to: identify a problem, develop alternative solutions, select the best alternative, make critical decisions, and work as a team. The course is intended for freshmen in all engineering majors and provides an overview of the different engineering disciplines. Lecture and lab component.

Introduction To Engineering II (Formerly 25.108)

Description

This course is intended for first-year engineering students and provides an introduction to technical communications, teamwork and other skills. Topics vary depending on the department and include data analysis, computer-aided drafting/design/modeling program usage, report-writing and/or oral presentation. Depending on the department, software introduced may include Excel, PowerPoint, AutoCad, Matlab and/or MathCad. Team-based labs and projects may be employed. Students should enroll in the sections corresponding to their major or intended department to develop relevant skills.

Introduction to Nano-Engineering (Formerly 25.130)

Description

The multi-billion dollar investment in nanoscience and nanotechnology is beginning to yield new products, including better sunscreens and wear-resistance materials. "Introduction to Nano-Engineering" is as overview of engineering at the nanoscale, including measurement techniques, nanoelectronics, nanomaterials, design of nanodevices, nanomanufacturing, and the societal impact of nanotechnology. "Lecture" material is accompanied by open-ended questions for chat-room discussion and five virtual laboratories. Targeted for the general public. This is an interdisciplinary course.

Assistive Technology & Electronics (Formerly 25.151)

Description

UML-TEAMS Academy students will explore basic electronics physics in a hands-on laboratory environment. Students will apply their knowledge as they learn how to breadboard, test, and troubleshoot a series of lab projects. Students will use CAD tools as they learn how to fabricate printed circuit boards. The course culminates with groups projects that apply the engineering design process and electronics to design and build a product for disabled clients in our community. This course is open only to high school students accepted to the UML-TEAMS Academy. Instructor permission required.

Community-based Engineering Project I (Formerly 25.200)

Description

Students work on multi-disciplinary teams and apply their engineering problem-solving skills on community-based design projects.

Prerequisites

Level: minimum Sophomore standing.

Statics (Formerly 14.203/22.211/26.211/25.205)

Description

The application of Newton's Laws to engineering problems in statics. The free-body diagram method is emphasized. Topics include vector algebra, force, moment of force, couples, static equilibrium of rigid bodies, trusses, friction, properties of areas, shear and moment diagrams, flexible cables, screws, bearings, and belts.

Prerequisites

Pre-Req: PHYS 1410 Physics I; Co-Req: MATH 1320 Calculus II

Strength of Materials (Formerly 14.204/22.212/25.206)

Description

Stress and deformation analysis of bodies subjected to uniaxial loading, thermal strain, torsion of circular cross-sections, shear flow in thin-walled sections, bending of beams, and combined loading. Application of equilibrium, compatibility and load-deformation relations to solve statically determinate and indeterminate systems.

Prerequisites

Pre-Reqs: ENGN.2050 Statics and MATH.1320 Calculus II.

Dynamics (Formerly 14.205/22.213/25.207)

Description

Calculus based vector development of the dynamics of points, particles, systems of particles, and rigid bodies in planar motion; kinematics of points in rotating and non-rotating frames of reference in one, two, and three dimensions; conservation of momentum, and angular momentum; principle of work and energy.

Prerequisites

Pre-Reqs: ENGN.2050 Statics and MATH.1320 Calculus II.

Professional Development Seminar (Formerly 25.210)

Description

The Professional Development Seminar is designed to provide students with the necessary structure, resources, and support to successfully secure and engage in their first cooperative education experience. Through a variety of teaching methodologies and assignments, students will prepare to engage in the job search process through resume writing, strategic interviewing, professional networking and through learning professional behavior and presentation skills. Course open to undergraduates who have previously applied and been accepted to participate in the Professional Co-op Program. Enrollment is by Instructor permission only. For more information on applying to the Professional Co-op Program, see http://www.uml.edu/student-services/Career-Services/Cooperative-Education/Forms. Pre-Req: Permission of Instructor.

Prerequisites

CO-OP - PDS CHEN/EECE/MECH/CIVI Student Groups are permission of instructor.

Community-based Engineering Project II (Formerly 25.300)

Description

Students work on multi-disciplinary teams and apply their engineering problem-solving skills on community-based design projects.

Prerequisites

Pre-Req: 25.200 Community-based Eng Project l.

Co-op assessment 1 (Formerly 25.310)

Description

The primary goal of this seminar is to assist students in the overall assessment of their overall cooperative education experience. Through facilitated small group discussion, individual consultation and hands on practice, students will have an opportunity to identify and articulate their technical and professional skills, and explore how these skills and their co-op employment might be translated and leveraged into future work environments and their academic program at UML.

Prerequisites

Pre-Req: ENGN.2100 Prof Development Seminar.

Co-op Assessment I (6 months)

Description

This seminar is designed to support and assist students in the assessment of their 6 month cooperative education experience. Students will reflect of their extended time in a work environment, the impact of their experience on their planning, and how organizational culture, personal interests and values can inform their subsequent decisions for career development. Through facilitated small group discussions, individual consultation and hands on practice, students will have the opportunity to identify and articulate their technical and professional skills.

Prerequisites

Pre-req: ENGN.3CE Co-op Experience and ENGN.2100 Professional Development Seminar, Permission of Instructor following 6 month co-op.

Cooperative Education (Formerly 25.3CE)

Description

This zero credit course is specifically designated for Plastics, Chemical, And Mechanical Undergraduate Engineering students who have successfully completed the Professional Development Seminar, are participating in the Professional Co-op program and have secured their first, full-time co-op employment. The co-op is designed to provide students the opportunity to develop and enhance their hands on, technical and professional skills within an industry related to their academic program of study. During the co-op employment experience, students will, in conjunction with their employer, develop and submit written learning goals, participate in a performance evaluation and facilitate an on-site visit by Co-op Coordinator.

Prerequisites

Pre-Req: ENGN.2100 Prof Development Seminar.

Community-based Engineering Project III (Formerly 25.400)

Description

Students work on multi-disciplinary teams and apply their engineering problem-solving skills on community based design projects. Completion of 25.400, 25.300, and 25.200 can count as a mechanical engineering technical elective (academic petition required).

Prerequisites

Pre-Req: 25.300 Community-based Eng Project II.

Engineering Capstone Design Project (Formerly 25.401)

Description

Integrative design experience in engineering. Students work on multi-disciplinary teams and apply their engineering problem-solving skills on open-ended, real-world projects Projects may be service-oriented in concept and teams may include members from other Departments and Colleges. Emphasis on communication, team-work, report-writing, oral presentations, This course may be used as a Technical elective for all Engineering Departments. Alternatively, this course may be used as a substitute for the culminating Capstone course in Electrical and Computer Engineering (16.499), Mechanical Engineering (22.423) and Plastics Engineering (26.416). Prerequisite: senior status & permission of instructor.

Prerequisites

Level Senior Standing.

Co-op Assessment 2 (Formerly 25.410)

Description

This seminar is designed to support and assist students in the continued assessment of their cooperative education experience. Through a deepening of their work in Co-op Assessment 1, students will review their overall performance in the cooperative education program, while continuing to demonstrate their technical and professional skills through written work and public presentations to multiple audiences. It is expected that students will clearly define their future academic and career goals, enhance their professional networks, and develop a future plan to support aspirations related to their major.

Prerequisites

Pre-req: ENGN 2100 Prof. Development Seminar, and ENGN 3100 Co-op Assessment l, or PLAS 2100 Prof. Development Seminar, and PLAS 3100 Co-op Assessment l, and ENGN 3CE or ENGN 4CE Cooperative Education.

Co-op Assessment 2 (6 months)

Description

This seminar is designed to support and assist students int he assessment of their second cooperative education work experience that was for a 6 month cycle. Students will reflect on their extended time in this second work environment, and how their two different co-op work experiences impacts their subsequent decisions for career development. Students will review their overall performance in the cooperative education program, and demonstrate their technical and professional skills through written work and public presentations to multiple audiences.

Prerequisites

Pre-req: ENGN.4CE Co-op Experience ll, and ENGN.2100 Professional Development Seminar, Permission of Instructor following 6 month co-op.

Industrial Experience (Formerly 25.490)

Description

There is currently no description available for this course.

Industrial Experience I (Formerly 25.491)

Description

There is currently no description available for this course.

Cooperative Education Experience (Formerly 25.4ACE)

Description

This zero credit course is specifically designated for College of Engineering students in Mechanical, Chemical and Electrical/Computer Engineering who have successfully completed the Professional Development Seminar, are participating in the Professional Co-op program, and have secured a third, full-time co-op employment experience. The co-op is designed to provide students the opportunity to develop and enhance their hands on, technical and professional skills within an industry related to their academic program of study. During the co-op employment experience, students will, in conjunction with their employer, develop and submit written learning goals, participate in a performance evaluation and facilitate and on-site visit by Co-op Coordinator.

Prerequisites

Pre-Req: ENGN 2100 Professional Developement Seminar and ENGN 3CE Cooperative Education Experience I and ENGN 4CE Cooperative Education Experience II

Cooperative Education (Formerly 25.4CE)

Description

This zero credit course is specifically designated for Plastics, Chemical, and Mechanical Undergraduate Engineering students who have successfully completed the Professional Development Seminar, are participating in the Professional Co-op program and have secured their first, full-time co-op employment. The co-op is designed to provide students the opportunity to develop and enhance their hands on, technical and professional skills within an Industry related to their academic program of study. During the co-op employment experience, students will, in conjunction with their employer, develop and submit written learning goals, participate in a performance evaluation and facilitate an on-site visit by Co-op Coordinator.

Prerequisites

Pre-req: ENGN 2100 or PLAS 2100 Professional Development Seminar, and ENGN 3CE Cooperative Education.