Project-based Engineering (CERT)

Program Requirements

Major Common Core

Students learn about engineering practice through seminars with practicing engineers from industry and are assisted in their development as learners through workshops. This course is repeated by Integrated Engineering students every semester.

Prerequisites: none

Engineering Design - Choose 3 Credit(s). Students with junior standing in an engineering program will take ENGR 301. Students with senior standing or an earned engineering bachelors degree will take ENGR 401.

Students learn and practice the essential elements of engineering design through industry project implementation: scoping, modeling, experimentation, analysis, modern tools, design reviews, multi-disciplinary systems view, creativity, safety, business plans, global/societal/environmental impacts.

Prerequisites: none

The first in a two-semester sequence of capstone design. Students build on the experience gained in ENGR 301/302 to bring their implementation to that expected of contributing engineers in industry.

Prerequisites: ENGR 302, ENGR 312W. At least 14 credits earned in technical competencies. 

Professionalism - Choose 3 Credit(s). Students with junior standing in an engineering program will take ENGR 311W. Students with senior standing or an earned engineering bachelors degree will take ENGR 411W.

Students learn and develop the elements of professionalism while operating in project teams interacting daily with clients from industry. Topics include leadership, metacognition, teamwork, written and oral communication, ethics and professional and personal responsibility.

Prerequisites: none

Students further learn and develop the elements of professionalism while operating in project teams interacting daily with clients from industry. Further development/practice of leadership, metacognition, teamwork, written and oral communication, ethics, and professional and personal responsibility in project context.

Prerequisites: ENGR 312W

Major Unrestricted Electives

Choose 8 credits from the following. Courses ENGR 450-463 and 475-479 may be taken for more than 1 credit. All other courses are 1 credit each.

Choose 0 - 2 Credit(s).

Choose 0 - 6 Credit(s).

Choose 0 - 6 Credit(s).

Choose 0 - 2 Credit(s).

Choose 0 - 4 Credit(s).

Repeatable Courses - Choose 0 - 8 Credit(s).