ENGR 005, Engineering Methodology
Fall 2015

Course Title:  Engineering 5,  Engineering Methodology
Instructor:   Erik Cheever
echeeve1@swarthmore.edu
Hicks 305
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Meeting Time:   Tuesdays, 11:20-12:35
Meeting Place:  Hicks 312 (Mural Room)
Text:   Introduction to MATLAB® for Engineers, third edition, by William J. Palm III, McGraw Hill
Labs:   Group A: Thursday at 8:30
Group B: Thursday at 9:55
Group C: Thursday at 11:20
Group D: Thursday at 2:40
Hicks 212

Engineering 5 is a half-credit course for those interested in engineering, presenting techniques, and tools that engineers use to define, analyze, solve, and report on technical problems and an introduction to department facilities. Designed for students who are potential majors as well as those interested only in an introduction to engineering. Although Engineering 5 is not required of prospective engineering majors, it is strongly recommended.

Your evaluation for this course will be based upon the assignments and laboratory exercises.


Policy on working together

Individual work:
(Assigments /
Labs /
Projects)
  • The work should be your own. 
  • You may consult with others about concepts/ideas..., but the work should be your own. 
  • Do not copy from others. 
  • Do not turn in work that you do not fully understand.
  • Group work:
    (Assigments /
    Labs /
    Projects)
  • You may consult with other groups about concepts/ideas..., but the work should be that of your group.
  • Do not give your lab results or reports to other groups.
  • Make sure the names of all group members are on the report.