ECE 111
(3 credits)
Introduction to ECE: Tools
Fall 2013

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Lecture Section 1:  Gilbert 224   TR   3:00 - 3:50 PM
Lab Information TA Contact Information
Instructor

Matt Shuman 
(contact info)

Office Hours in KEC 1115
   Wednesday 11:00 - 13:00
   Thursday 13:00 - 14:30
   other days/times by appointment
Prerequisites None
Textbooks

Required:
Python Link

Recommended:
Latex Link

Course
Learning
Objectives
    1. Apply basic engineering methodology to solve problems (ABET Outcomes: A, k, o)

    2. Design and implement a solution to a student-defined problem in the context of engineering design (ABET Outcomes: a, b, c, e, k, o, q)

    3. Explain the history of electrical and computer engineering, and other engineering majors, as it relates to the societal impacts of innovations and design choices (ABET Outcomes: d, f, H, I, j)

    4. Utilize a microcontroller to implement an engineering design (ABET Outcomes: a, c, e, K, m, o, q)

    5. Identify at least one company that hires engineers in the student's specific sub-discipline of interest (ABET Outcomes: f, h, j)

    6. Identify tools and techniques that will assist them to succeed better in their engineering education (ABET Outcomes: a, i, k, l)
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Obviously, compliance is expected.
Calendar Check here every week; the schedule is subject to "adjustments"
Grades

5 Lab Sections, 40% of grade
8 homework sets, 40% of grade
1 final report, 20% of grade

The final is a report that will be turned in by the scheduled final exam time, Tuesday (December 10th) at 1800.
Double check this time by looking at the university final exam scheduling table.

Final grades are based on the accumulated percentage.  See the evaluation criteria and grading scale.