ENGR1000- Introduction to Engineering
This course develops the skills needed during the students study of engineering. Topics include task/time management, effective use of notes, engineering research, oral and written communications, problem-solving techniques, ethics and professional responsibility and Institute resources. In the laboratory, students work in teams to complete a variety of engineering tasks
- The student will develop an objective understanding of what engineering study entails.
- The student will understand the academic expectations of Wentworth with respect to work habits, behavior, and classroom demeanor.
- The student will understand societal trends, both domestic and global, and determine an engineer's role in facing these challenges.
- The student will be able to explain the importance of reading various types of articles, books and reference materials, and demonstrate comprehension by reciting, summarizing and/or paraphrasing.
- The student will gain a working knowledge of various computer software programs that will be valuable tools in their engineering education.
- The student will recognize and understand the concepts of working in groups/teams.
- The student will be able to locate and effectively utilize, as needed, Institute resources such as the Course Instructor, Academic Advisor, Departmental Offices, Department Head, Student Services Center, Career Center, Computer Center, Library, Counseling Center, Housing Office, Center for Teaching and
- Learning, and Health Center. Also included are Institutional organizations (e.g. Professional Societies and Student Clubs.)
- The student will demonstrate effective oral and written communications and research skills in presentation of reports and papers. This includes understanding the Academic Honesty Policy.
- The student will have a clearer understanding of engineering, as well as the engineering profession - its history, as well as future career roles and directions within it.
(4) An ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts.