ENGRC 3500 Engineering Communications
Prepares students for important communication activities. They communicate using various types of documents (e.g., emails, memos, problem analyses, proposals, progress reports), give oral presentations, and incorporate graphics in their oral and written work. Students learn how to communicate specialized information to different audiences (e.g., technical and nontechnical audiences, colleagues and clients, peers and supervisors, and in-house departments), work in teams, and address organizational and ethical issues. The course material is drawn from professional contexts, principally engineering, and it generates lively discussion. The class size ensures close attention to each student’s work.
Enrollment limited to: juniors and seniors.
Two first-year writing seminars and affiliation with a major. Fulfills college technical-writing requirement. This course also fulfills a liberal studies requirement. May be used as free or approved elective expressive arts.
This course is frequently offered in the Summer Session.
ENGRC 3500 101-SEM Online course
|Class dates:||January 2-20, 2018|
|Instructor:||Gabriel, G. (gg67)|
|To enroll:||See the Enrollment and registration for more information about enrolling in Winter Session classes.|
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