Engr 298 - UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH IN ENGINEERING I - 3 Units
ENGR 298 is the first of a two-course series intended to simulate a real-world design experience via an interdisciplinary project in a team-based environment. It introduces the student to the design and prototype development phase of an in-depth engineering design process requiring integration of
multiple systems. Students from a variety of disciplines conceive, design and begin to prototype a system involving electrical, information, and mechanical engineering components. Emphasis is placed on written and oral communication skills as students set project goals, manage interfaces between component subsystems, work in design teams, track progress against tasks, write detailed documentation, and deliver design review presentations. Students are expected to apply knowledge from prerequisite and recommended preparation courses in the design and implementation of their project. Lecture 1 hour/Lab 6 hours.
- Prerequisite: ENGR 109, 111,131, or equivalent, or consent of instructor
- Recommended preparation: CS/IS 157 or CAM 230
- Transfer Credit: CSU