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EGR 493  Advanced Engineering Experiential Education I (Interim New)

Fall of every year, Spring of every year, Summer of every year
Total Credits: 1   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 1
EGR 392
Open to undergraduate students in the College of Engineering.
EGR 493 Advanced Engineering Experiential Education I a one credit course designed to enhance a student's technical experience 3rd work term by simulating opportunities for all aspects of professional development and assessment of expectations. Areas of focus are based on the student’s technical position and include professional ethics, economics and lifelong learning. Students will be held to a high standard of accountability and professional ideals. Position must fall within college’s guidelines for approval.
Effective Dates
FALL 2020 - Open