Integrated STEAM Engineering Education Courses
EGED 530 (ENGR 130) Fundamentals of Engineering
(3 graduate credits; 4 undergraduate credits) Sep 9/10, Oct 14/15, Nov 11/12. Dec 9/10 Learn more than textbook engineering with experiences in electronics, machine design, manufacturing engineering, computer programming, thermodynamics, statics, fluids and mechanics of materials. Engaging engineering professors go beyond relating the content with academic standards connections as they provide the “inside scoop” on breaking innovations as well as the inside story on the historical importance. Instructor coordinator: Dr. Deb Besser. Contact Deb Besser at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Spring 2017 - register now - see the application tab
EGED 531 Engineering Desgin
(3 graduate credits) [tentatively Friday 4:30 - 8:30/Saturday 8:30 to 3:30: Feb 3/4, Mar 3/4, Mar 17/18, May 5/6] The engineering design process for PK-12 educators: design projects, hands-on computer labs, lectures and field trips will introduce students to how the engineering design process is applied in a variety of fields. Students will learn how to create engineering drawings, apply an engineering design process, use computer-aided-design (CAD) technology, and work with rapid prototyping tools. Strategies for incorporating engineering design projects into the K-12 classroom will be discussed. Instructor: Dr. AnnMarie Thomas.
Summer 2017 - registration is open in April
TEGR 528 (EDUC 327) Engineering in the P-12 Classroom
EGED 612 Digital Electronics and Computing Systems
EGED 699 Manufacturing Engineering in the Classroom
Graduate Certificate course cycle
Fall: EGED 530 Fundamentals of Engineering
Spring: EGED 531 Engineering Design and Electives
Summer: TEGR 528 Engineering in the P-12 Classroom and Elective(s)
Graduate courses may be taken on their own, taken as part of the graduate certificate in Engineering Education, and may be transfered into a graduate degree program. Please feel free to contact Deb Besser if you have any registration questions.
Undergraduate Minor course cycle
Fall: ENGR 130 Fundamentals of Engineering, ENGR 171 Engineering Design and Graphics, and Electives
Spring: ENGR 171 Engineering Design and Graphics and Electives and ENGR 130 Fundamentals of Engineering
Summer: EDUC 327 Engineering in the P-12 Classroom and Electives