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Editorially Revised 3-22-06

U

niversity Curriculum Committee


Course Proposal Form

for Courses Numbered 0001 – 4999

(Faculty Senate Resolution #04–18, April 2004)

Note: Before completing this form, please read the accompanying instructions carefully.


ICEE 1002

10/06/06


1. Course Prefix and Number: 2. Date:


3. Requested Action (check only one box):

X

New Course




Revision of Active Course




Revision & Unbanking of a Banked Course




Renumbering of an Existing Course

from

#

to

#


4. Justification for new course or course revision or renumbering:

Program assessment has indicated that some entering engineering students would benefit from an intensive review of engineering fundamentals and an introduction to the analytical tools of the engineering profession. This proposed course is a part of a revision of the engineering program to achieve several goals: 1) more closely align content with general engineering programs; 2) adjust the timing and coverage of materials to support success in the fundamentals of engineering exam; 3) adjust the sequence of science, mathematics, and engineering courses to better integrate the content. These changes have been developed and approved by the department faculty and have been endorsed by the Engineering Advisory Board.


5. Course description exactly as it should appear in the next catalog:

1002 Fundamentals of Engineering Practice (5) (SS) 5 lecture hours per week. P: Consent of Instructor. Introduction to the engineering profession and related tools. Topics include engineering applications and concepts, engineering graphics, analysis of forces, dimensions, and engineering software tools.



6. If this is a course revision, briefly describe the requested change:






7. Undergraduate Catalog Page Number from current undergraduate catalog:

295



8. The Writing Across the Curriculum Committee must approve Writing Intensive

(WI) credit for all courses prior to their consideration by the UCC. If WI credit is

requested, has this course been approved for Writing Intensive (WI) credit?







Yes No



If Yes, will all sections be Writing Intensive (yes/no)?








Yes No


9. Any course requesting Foundations Curriculum credit must be
reviewed by  Academic Standards Committee prior to their consideration by
the UCC. If FC credit has been approved by the ASC, then check the
appropriate box (check at most one), otherwise leave all boxes blank.





English (EN)







Science (SC)




Humanities (HU)







Social Science (SO)




Fine Arts (FA)







Mathematics (MA)




Health (HL)







Exercise (EX)



10. Course Credit:

Lecture Hours

5

Weekly

OR




Per Term

Credit Hours

5

s.h.

Lab




Weekly

OR




Per Term

Credit Hours




s.h.

Studio




Weekly

OR




Per Term

Credit Hours




s.h.

Practicum




Weekly

OR




Per Term

Credit Hours




s.h.

Internship




Weekly

OR




Per Term

Credit Hours




s.h.

Other (e.g., independent study) Please explain.








Total Credit Hours

5

s.h.




25
11. Anticipated yearly student enrollment:


12. Affected Degrees or Academic Programs:


Degree(s)/Course(s)

Current

Catalog Page


Changes in Degree Hours

BS Engineering

295

None












13. Overlap or Duplication with Affected Units or Programs:

X

Not Applicable




Applicable (notification and responses from affected units are attached)



14. Approval by the Council for Teacher Education (required for courses affecting

teacher education programs):

X

Not Applicable




Applicable (CTE has given its approval.)


15. Statements of Support:




Current staff is adequate

X

Additional staff is needed (describe needs in the box below):








X

Current facilities are adequate




Additional facilities are needed (describe needs in the box below):






X

Initial library resources are adequate




Initial resources are needed (in the box below, give a brief explanation and an estimate for the cost of acquisition of required initial resources):







X

Unit computer resources are adequate




Additional unit computer resources are needed (in the box below, give a brief explanation and an estimate for the cost of acquisition):




X

ITCS resources are not needed




The following ITCS resources are needed (put a check beside each need):




Mainframe computer system




Statistical services




Network connections




Computer lab for students

Remember to forward email approval from the director of ITCS to UCC.


16. Syllabus – please insert course syllabus below. You must include (a) the

name of the textbook chosen for the course, (b) the course objectives, (c) the

course content outline, and (d) the course assignments and grading plan.


ICEE 1002 Fundamentals of Engineering Practice


Required Texts:

  1. Moaveni, Saeed. Engineering Fundamentals: An Introduction to Engineering. Thomson Publishing, 2004, ISBN 0534424597

  2. Safier, Fred. Schaum's Outline of Precalculus. McGraw- Hill, 1998, ISBN: 0070572615

  3. Bloch, S.C. Excel for Engineers and Scientists, 2nd Edition. John Wiley, 2004, ISBN 0471256862


Course Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, students shall be able to solve basic engineering problems including:

  • Use of graphical methods to solve problems.

  • Resolution of systems of forces using trigonometric relationships and vectors.

  • Application of algebraic techniques to solve for an unknown variable.

  • Use of software to solve engineering problems

  • Description of engineering graphics and dimensioning of

  • Application engineering problem solving tools.

  • Application of mathematical tools to solve engineering problems.


Topics Covered

Topics covered in this course include:

  • Study habits of successful engineering students

  • Spreadsheets in engineering

  • Engineering problem solving

  • Length and time related parameters

  • Mass and volume related parameters

  • Force and vector concepts

  • Physical concepts in engineering including temperature and energy

  • Electrical concepts in engineering

  • Engineering symbols and abbreviations

  • Engineering drawings and design



Grading Policy and Assignments:


90% and up

A

Homework

20%

80% up to 89%

B

Quizzes

20%

70% up to 79%

C

Exams (2)

30%

60% up to 69%

D

Final exam

30%

Less than 60%

F









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