Engineering Sustainable Design and the Global Community: Environmental Focus

CEE 315-60

Design and testing of solutions to complex interdisciplinary design products in a service-learning context with a focus on structural products. Technical design principles; sustainable and engineering best practices; prototype formation, testing and evaluation; and establishment of research and analysis methodologies in a community-based research experience. Working in partnership with a community agency (local, national, or international) and participation in an experimental learning process by engineering a design solution for an identified community need. Evaluation focused on design deliverables, fabricated prototypes and a critical reflection of the experimental learning process. Prerequisite: Engineering 201L or Electrical and Computer Engineering 110L or consent of instructor. Instructor: Schaad

Notes

Cross-Listed as
ENVIRON 365-60
PUBPOL 211-60
RIGHTS 315-60

Prerequisites

Prerequisite: EGR 201L or ECE 110L (or consent of instructor)

Curriculum Codes
  • STS
  • QS
Cross-Listed As
  • ENVIRON 365-60
  • PUBPOL 211-60
  • RIGHTS 315-60
Typically Offered
Occasionally