Introduction to Engineering
An exploratory course into the world of engineering
Introduction to Engineering provides students
an excellent overview of the field of engineering.
This 20-hour course engages students by means of
hands-on activities and compelling online curriculum
a comprehensive overview of the history of engineer-
ing, the engineering process and career choices.
multi-level activities including designing a product to
specifications, career seeking and ethics.
a capstone project that challenges students to explore
engineering through research and presentation of a
For students on a career track in engineering, automation and
advanced manufacturing, Introduction to Engineering serves
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standards-based instruction via hands-on decide to pursue an engineering career after learning of
activities and compelling online curriculum. the many exciting opportunities available!
Introduction to Engineering is ideal for any p o w e r e d b y
engineering program, providing a thorough and
engaging element of STEM (Science, Technology,
Engineering and Mathematics) education.
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1.1 (Core): Introduction to Engineering 1.7.4: Research
1.1.1: Engineering and Our World 1.7.5: Identification of Constraints help files available on each page.
1.1.2: What is Engineering? 1.7.6: Identification of Criteria
Teachers have instant access to handouts, tips and
1.1.3: The Building Blocks of Engineering 1.7.7: Brainstorming Alternative Solutions
1.1.4: History 1.7.8: Analysis detailed activity instructions.
1.1.5: The Scientific Revolution 1.7.9: Design
1.1.6: The Industrial Revolution 1.7.10: Test and Optimize
1.1.7: The 20th Century 1.7.11: Presentation
1.2 (Activity): Engineering Contributions 1.7.12: New Product Development
1.2.1: Introduction 1.7.13: Software Development
1.2.2: Researching an Engineer 1.7.14: Iterations in the Engineering Design Process
1.2.3: Conclusion 1.7.15: Engineering Design Tools
1.3 (Core): Engineering in Society 1.8 (Activity): Paper Tower
1.3.1: The Role of Engineering in Society 1.8.1: The Engineering Process
1.3.2: Innovation and Society 1.8.2: Design Constraints
1.3.3: Ethics in Engineering 1.8.3: Documenting Your Work
1.4 (Activity): Engineering Ethics 1.8.4: Conclusion
1.4.1: The Engineer's Role 1.9 (Core): Engineering Education Planning
1.4.2: Case Study 1.9.1: Is Engineering for Me?
1.4.3: Conclusion 1.9.2: Basic Engineering Skills
1.5 (Core): Careers in Engineering 1.9.3: Math
1.5.1: Engineering Fields 1.9.4: Science Introduction to Engineering makes the ideal starting point
1.5.2: Engineering Career Paths 1.9.5: Problem- Solving Skills to any engineering program!
1.5.3: Jobs in Engineering 1.9.6: Engineering Writing
1.5.4: Selecting a Career in Engineering 1.9.7: Soft Skills
1.6 (Activity): Career Inquiry 1.9.8: Formal Education and Training
1.6.1: Career Research 1.9.9: Practical Training
1.6.2: Documenting the Research 1.9.10: Planning Your Future in Engineering
1.6.3: Interview an Engineer 1.9.11: Exams and Licensure
1.6.4: Conclusion 1.10 (Project): Exploring Engineering
1.7 (Core): Engineering Approaches to Product Design 1.10.1: Introduction
1.7.1: The Engineering Process 1.10.2: Project Definition
1.7.2: Problem Identification 1.10.3: Public Speaking
1.7.3: Problem Definition 1.10.4: Conclusion Customize your program by combining standards-based
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