EGN 1002†††††††† Introduction to Engineering (UF)†††††††††† 1
the student to the Joint Program that offers UF undergraduate degrees at UWF.
The class breaks students into groups of 20 and rotates the groups weekly
through each degree program. During a Joint Program visit, the student
participates in hands-on experiments. The goal of the class is to help the
student make an informed choice about career alternatives.
1006C†††††† Concepts in Engineering†††††††††††††††††††††† 1
and maintain the studentís interest in the field of engineering. Provides an
insight into the various fields of engineering as well as the appropriate
computational skills required for success in subsequent courses in their
respective engineering program.
1200C†††††† Computer Applications in
Science and Engineering 1
introductory level course in Java programming/ an introduction to Boolean
algebra, logic design, computer organization and design.
2414C†††††† Introduction to Engineering
Design and Practice††††† 1
basic project design from initiation to fruition. The student will have worked
with other engineers and will have decided if engineering is a viable option as
EGN 3203†††††††† Engineering Software Tools (Pending)††††††††††††††††††††† 1
students an introduction to important Engineering software tools such as
MATLAB, Labview, MATHCAD, and FSPICE. Credit cannot be received for both EGN
3203L and EGN 3203.
Capstone Design I (Pending)†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† 1
Senior standing/permission required; ECN 3240 with a grade of C (2.0/4.0) or
work on senior design project. This portion of the senior design will focus on
the objectives and criteria, synthesis, and analysis elements of project
development. After developing design concepts, researching for implementation
methods, and performing a feasibility study (which will include economic,
social, ethical, etc., factors), the semester will culminate with a senior
design project proposal and presentation. Permission is required.
4XX2L Capstone Design II (Pending)††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† 2
EGN 4XX1 (Capstone Design I) with a grade of C or better.
of Capstone Design I, with emphasis on construction, testing, and evaluation
elements of project development. Material and Supply fee will be assessed
(pending approval). Permission is required.
EGN 4034†††††††† Professional Ethics (UF)†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† 1
students with an interactive study of ethical, theory and the development of
professionalism. Students review case studies of ethical conflicts in
engineering practice. Course covers engineering codes of ethics and requires
students to resolve theoretical situations through application of ethical