ENGR 5797.17S: Engineering Service-Learning Trip to Ghana

Engineering

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Campus: Columbus
Instructor:
Terms offered: Autumn
Sites: Ghana

Description:

Engineering Service-Learning Ghana is the in-country/service/travel portion of the course ENGR 4692.02S, which is offered autumn semester. Travel and service will be conducted during the break between autumn and spring semesters.
Prereq: 4692.02S, or permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 cr hrs

Syllabus:

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ENGR 5797.11S: Engineering Service-Learning Trip to Choluteca, Honduras

Engineering

Class Number: 10225
Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Roger Dzwonczyk
Terms offered:
Sites: Choluteca, Honduras

Description:

The in-country field portion of the Engineering Service-Learning/Choluteca, Honduras program series.  Students will travel to Honduras and implement, test, and evaluate the technologies they developed in the Spring Semester.  In addition, students will complete technical documentation and present their project in a conference-style format.
Prereq: 4692.01S in the same academic year, and permission of instructor.  Repeatable to a maximum of 9 cr hrs.

Syllabus:

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ENGR 4692.02S: Engineering Service Learning Ghana Preparation

Engineering

Class Number: 10550 (AU16)
Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Roger Dzwonczyk
Terms offered: Autumn Semester
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Description:

International Engineering Service Learning Program developed by the College of Engineering, OIA and Knowlton School of Architecture’s City and Regional Planning. This IESL Program preparation course teaches the concepts of humanitarian engineering through an authentic real world service learning experience.

Prereq: Second writing course, or Grad standing in the College of Engineering; or permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 cr hrs.

Syllabus:

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ECON 3900.01S: The Economics of Immigration

Economics

Class Number: 23605 (May14)
Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Darcy A Hartman, Senior Lecturer, Economics, College of Arts and Sciences
Terms offered: May Session
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Description:

This is a service-learning opportunity with Esperanza International in Tijuana, Mexico. The course will introduce micro and macroeconomic issues related to immigration. This case study will focus on the opportunity costs for immigrants, the effects of the flow of money, and the loss of labor and human capital on economic growth. Students will work with the immigrant community.
Prereq: 2001.01, 2001.02, 2002.01 or 2002.02, or AEDEcon 2001.

Syllabus:

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