ENGG1015Introduction to Engineering Design and Problem Solving2 ch (1C 2L) [W]

This course introduces engineering design methodology and develops basic problem solving techniques. Students work both individually and in teams on real engineering design projects for the local community in a simulated engineering consulting environment. Project planning, team-building, leadership and responsible care are discussed. Laboratories are used to demonstrate problem solving techniques for analytical and open-ended problems, and life-long learning is emphasized by having students integrate co-requisite and researched material into a structured design process. Restricted to students with fewer than 60ch of program credit upon first admission to the Faculty of Engineering or with permission of the instructor.

Co-requisites: ENGG 1003, APSC 1013, MATH 1003, MATH 1503.