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Course Description:Course Requirements and Policies:FSE100 Introduction to EngineeringFall 2018 TThInstructor: Marnie WongOffice: GWC376Email: [email protected]: @marniew17Phone: 480-965-1426Office Hours: Mon 11am – 1pm, Tue and Thurs 12 – 1pm, or by appointmentLecture Meets: Sec 74418 T 10:30- 11:20am in E-Space ECG G141Lab Meets: Sec 74419 Th 9:00 – 11:50am in E-Space ECF F122Course Description:The Introduction to Engineering course (FSE 100) introduces the engineering design process, engineering models, and pro-vides opportunities to learn about and use various engineering tools and software. The course will also teach basic writtenand oral communication skills important for communicating technical information effectively. You will learn to work in a team environment, using engineering models and design methods, to address multi-disciplinary engineering design prob-lems.Course Learning Outcomes:1. Students will work effectively as part of a design team to develop and demonstrate team norms and critique team effectiveness through peer evaluation. 2. Students will apply the steps of the engineering design process based on the analysis of customer needs to de-sign, build, and test a physical prototype.3. Students will apply customer focused design and the entrepreneurial mindset to create and evaluate design pro-totypes that will solve problems.4. Students will use and select appropriate tools and technical skills to collect and analyze data from a variety of sources, to describe and predict the behavior of designs, and to justify design decisions based on appropriate models.5. Students will write technical project reports and give oral/multimedia presentations about their designs which in-cludes addressing the economic and societal value of those designs. 6. Students will apply project management skills such as scheduling, budgeting, and resource management to an engineering design.7. Students will be able to identify their motivations, strengths, and contributions within the field of engineering and critique their own skills and understanding through self-reflection.Academic IntegrityASU expects and requires all students to act with honesty and integrity, and respect the rights of others in carrying out allacademic assignments. Each student in this class is expected to abide by the ASU Academic Integrity Policy and StudentCode of Conduct. Discussions are encouraged for assignments. However, individual assignments must be your own work.Copying is not allowed. Teamwork must be the original work of the team and each team member is expected to partici -pate in the teamwork. Team assignments are expected to be completed by ALL members of the team, although the details of how each memberparticipates will be left up to the individuals in the team. Zero credit will be given to individuals who fail to contribute inteam assignments. You are encouraged to work with others on assignments. However, assignments denoted as individual assignmentsMUST be your own, original work. If you work with others on these assignments, you must acknowledge their help. Directcopying of others’ assignments will result in an E or XE for this course. Cheating on exams will also result in an E or XE forthis course. Any cheating will be reported to the ASU academic integrity office.1Course Materials: - Abarca, Javier, et al. (2000) “Introductory Engineering Design: A Projects-Based Approach,” Third Edition, Text-book for GEEN 1400: First-Year Engineering Projects and GEEN 3400: Innovation and Invention, Integrated Teach -ing and Learning Program and Laboratory, College of Engineering and Applied Science, University of ColoradoBoulder. Available online at: http://itll.colorado.edu/index.php/courses_workshops/geen_1400/resources/textbook/- Additional required and recommended readings will be provided.Course Requirements and Policies:AttendanceAttendance is MANDITORY for ALL lab and lecture sessions. Excessive tardiness (more than 5 minutes late to a lecture or lab) will cause a reduction in your grade. Missing a lecture or a lab will result in a zero for any quizzes, activities, or labs that may have been scheduled during that class time. An absence will not be counted against a student for university excused absences (illness, death in the family, university sanctioned event, etc.) providing that the reason for the absence is documented in writing and the instructor is notified prior to the absence (if possible). Excuses which will NOT be accepted include scheduling an appointment during part of the lab/lecture time, taking a math/science test during lab time (if there is a real conflict, you should notify instructor at the beginning of the semester so this can be resolved beforethe date of the exam). All students are responsible for all material covered during the lecture and lab sessions and arrangements for any make-up work for an excused absence should be done prior to the absence (if possible).AssignmentsAssignments must be turned in on stated due dates. No late assignments will be accepted. Notify the instructor in writ-ing BEFORE an assignment is due if an emergent situation rises and you cannot turn in the assignment on time. Other ex -cuses will NOT be accommodated, for example, printer has not worked; data was not obtained from other group mem -bers; assignments were left in the dorm room; the car didn’t start; etc. Please follow the appropriate University policiesto request an accommodation for religious practices or to accommodate a missed assignment due to University-sanc-tioned activities. If you wish to dispute a homework or exam grade that you received, you must inform your instructor in writing within 5days of the receipt of the grade. Disability AccommodationsStudents with disabilities who may require special accommodations are encouraged to request for them through the Dis-ability Research Center. All such requests will be kept confidential and every attempt will be made to provide equal ac -cess.Computers and CellphonesLaptop computers are NOT to be open in lectures unless needed. Cellphones are NOT to be used during lectures or labs.No personal emails, games, music, etc. during lectures or labs. The team may be penalized for individuals in the team whouse cellphones, sending personal emails, texting, playing games, etc. during the labs. Sexual DiscriminationTitle IX is a federal law that provides that no person be excluded on the basis of

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