Integrated STEAM Engineering Education Courses
EGED 531 Engineering Design
(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.
New student applications should be completed now.
Course registration will 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
EGED 530 (ENGR 130) Fundamentals of Engineering
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