APSC-101, -102, -103: Engineering Practice I
The first year of the design spine experience is built on a design and professional skills course that was originally developed as part of the faculty’s push for integrated learning in the late 1990’s. The course was developed to promote a sense of curiosity about engineering, and to facilitate creative thought through various projects and teamwork. The course is divided into the following three modules:
- APSC 101: Problem analysis and modeling
- APSC 102: Experimentation and measurement
- APSC 103: Engineering design.
Each of these modules is one semester long and equivalent in weight to a standard one-semester engineering course.
|APSC 101||Problem Analysis and Modeling||Fall semester|
|APSC 102||Experimentation and Measurement||Fall semester|
|APSC 103||Engineering Design||Winter semester|
More details of this course are available on the EDPS I website, and in published papers listed on Dr. Brian Frank’s page.