ENR101: Introduction to Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing

Class Program
Credits 4
Students are introduced to the world of engineering and manufacturing through activities that showcase how products are designed and built. Teams design, build, and test a weight-bearing structure, as-well-as reverse engineer a product to improve its design. Classroom and laboratory exercises are designed to expose the student to the different engineering and advanced manufacturing disciplines. Lab sessions provide hands-on exposure to the concepts discussed in the lecture sessions. This course does not require any prior engineering background.
MAT035 or MAT041 and ENL108 or ESL201 or satisfactory basic skills assessment scores
Semester Offered
Satisfies a General Education elective.