Prerequisites: G.E. Foundation requirements, one or more Exploration courses, and upper-division standing.
Renewable/nonrenewable energy sources, including fossil fuels, nuclear, solar, wind, wave, geothermal, hydroelectric and biomass. Available resources, market, trends, and technology. Energy conservation, balance, alternatives, social, cultural, and political impacts. Ecosystem, human-induced climate changes. Environment and power generation, pollution, ozone depletion. Recycling.
(Lecture-Problem 3 hours) Letter grade only (A-F).
Prerequisites: ENGL 100, COMM 110 all with a grade of "C" or better.
Basic concepts for understanding/practice of communication in world of business for managers and professionals. Language/conversations in business and role in coordinating actions, resolving breakdowns in work and customer satisfaction. Business writing formats, formal report, business conversation. International, technical, and linguistic developments in business communication.
Letter grade only (A-F). (Lecture-Problem 3 hours) May be used to satisfy the GWAR. Students who have failed the WPE at least once can take the course and submit a portfolio at the end for GWAR credit that will be issued if the student passes the portfolio that is reviewed by a committee.
Prerequisites: Upper division standing, GE Foundation requirements, one course from G.E. category Blb.
Historical review of electro-magnetic principles and their application to the reproduction, modification, and creation of sound. The electric guitar, its amplifiers, and special effects devices (analog and digital) will be used to gain practical experience. Electrical safety, physiology and physics of the ear.
Not open for credit to students with credit in EE 333. (Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 3 hours) Letter grade only (A-F).
Prerequisites: 3 units from GE Category A.1 (Writing) and 3 units from GE Category D (Social and Behavioral Science).
Examination of the social impact of information technologies. Topics include a survey of the technology (software, hardware and key applications), ethical obligations of specialists, the computer in the workplace, shifts of power, privacy, and legal issues related to computing.
(Lecture-problems 3 hrs)
Explores various robotic innovations developed for biomedical applications and their global impact on the quality of patient care, economy, and policy through new methods and tools for diagnosis and treatment, clinical training, education, and rehabilitation.
Letter grade only (A-F). (Lecture-Problems 3 hours)
Prerequisites: GE Foundation requirements, one or more Exploration courses, and upper-division standing.
Combines the disciplines of space engineering with economics, human physiology, satellite meteorology, earth resources and environmental science, astronautics and space exploration. Emphasis on oral and written communications, numeracy and use of computers. Extensive use of computer animation, videographics and the Internet.
(Lecture–problems 3 hours) Letter grade only (A-F).
Developing and fabricating teaching aids and integrated hands-on projects for elementary schools. Basic skill in teaching engineering and technology in the elementary grades.
(Lecture 2 hours, Laboratory 3 hours)
Prerequisite: GE Foundation requirements.
Explores the impact of water resources management on society, economy, and governance through socio-political and hydrological overviews as well as both domestic and international case studies.
Letter grade only (A-F). Same course as I/ST 350. Not open for credit to students with credit in I/ST 350. (Lecture-Problems 3 hours.)
Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
Logistics concepts, methods and techniques for engineering. Logistics from a historical perspective, the economic impact of logistics, the engineering tool chest, and logistics as an integrating function. Logistics systems requirements and design; transportation and distribution, inventory analysis and operational support.
(Lecture-problems 3 hours) Letter grade only (A-F).
Prerequisites: Major in the College of Engineering, completion of 9 units of upper division COE coursework, a 2.5 GPA overall or 2.75 GPA in the student's major, and consent of instructor prior to registration.
Qualifying students must provide contact information for the major- or career-related assignment in private industry or in public agencies for which the course is being used. The position may be either a volunteer or paid work assignment. The instructor is required to visit the work site. Learning assignments will be arranged through the Career Development Center and the instructor. Final written report required.
Minimum of 120 hours of field experience required. Credit/No Credit grading only. May be repeated to a maximum of 6 units in different semesters. (Activity 6 hours)
Prerequisite: Senior Standing.
Senior Project in Engineering Systems. Design and development of a senior project. Presentation of oral and written report.
(Seminar 3 hours) Letter grade only (A-F).