General Engineering (GNEN)
GNEN 1500 Sustainability Living
[3 credit hours (0, 0, 3)]
Sustainable Living explores the sustainability of our lifestyle choices. Core sustainability principles and the importance of assessment to evaluate options are introduced. These guiding foundational concepts are used to evaluate the sustainability of our consumption of water, energy, and goods as well as how to improve the quality of life for the world's population without comprising ethical standards. Students will be challenged to adopt and assess the effect of a lifestyle on their consumption.
GNEN 1800 Engineering Applications of Mathematics
[3 credit hours (2.5, 1.5, 0)]
Solution of engineering applications using mathematical concepts ranging from algebra to differential equations. Examples from the first two years of engineering coursework are solved in class and explored in corresponding laboratory experiments. The objective of this course is to provide an engineering context for subsequent courses in mathematics. Intended for students prior to Calculus.
Term Offered: Fall