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
Sites:

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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ENGR 4692.01S: Service-Learning in Engineering

Engineering

Class Number: Unavailable
Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Lisa Abrams
Terms offered: May Session
Sites:

Description:

Experimental education characterized by participation in an organized service activity connected to specific learning outcomes. Meets community needs and includes student reflection.

The program is designed to introduce and teach students the concepts of humanitarian engineering through a practical, real-world service-learning experience. Students will collaborate with an established in-country partner to bring useful, sustainable technologies. The program consists of a semester-long course, during which students will assess needs, and then design, develop, prototype, test and document their projects. During a two-week in-country trip, the students will implement and evaluate these projects

Prereq: Permission of the instructor.  Repeatable to a maximum of 6 cr hrs or 3 completions.

Syllabus:

Not Available