May 22, 2024  
2022-2023 Academic Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Academic Catalog [Published Catalog]

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ENGR 000/5101 - Cross Talk: Implementation Science and Engineering (3 cr.)



Prerequisites
Graduate Standing or Senior Standing

Description
This course has been designed to provide multiple opportunities for students to explore the interdisciplinary potential of their chosen career path. This course will demonstrate through contemporary literature, class discussion, essential participatory interactions with colleagues and presentations relevant to their major, the value of cross talk between disciplines to provide and implement solutions relevant to today’s global community. Each class will be focused on a specific topic or body of knowledge that bring together the natural, behavioral and social sciences together with engineering to articulate a holistic approach to addressing problems in medicine, sustainability, disease diagnosis and mitigation and safety of the built environment with ethical responsibility of earth stewardship. Students will be expected to participate through discussion, questions and a brief capstone presentation. The faculty will set the stage each week in a specific area by providing background information suitable to engage all students, regardless of didactic background. Thus, this course has been designed to build upon concepts relevant to the major and place them in the context of non-traditional application in what has come to be known as implantation science.



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