EE123A: Engineering Design Project I

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First of a two-course sequence that is the culmination of the engineering program. Students apply knowledge and skills gained in elective track to complete a major design project. Students complete research, specification, planning, and procurement for a substantial project. Includes technical discussions, design reviews, and formal presentations; engineering design cycle, engineering teams, and professional practices. Formal technical specification of the approved project is presented to faculty. Prerequisite(s): Course 171 and Computer Engineering 100; previous or concurrent enrollment in Computer Engineering 185; previous or concurrent enrollment in at least one of the following three courses; course 157 or Computer Engineering 121 or Computer Engineering 118; permission of department and instructor. Taught in conjunction with CMPE 123A. Students are billed a materials fee. (Also offered as Biomolecular Engineering 123A and Computer Engineering 123A. Students cannot receive credit for all courses.) The Staff

5 Credits

YearFallWinterSpringSummer
2011-12
  • Section 01
    John Vesecky (jfv)
  • Section 02
    Patrick E Mantey (mantey)
    David Alexander Munday (cromom)
2010-11
2009-10
  • Section 01
    Kenneth E Laws (klaws)
    Stephen C Petersen (ac6p)
    Kevin Karplus (karplus)
  • Section 01
    John Vesecky (jfv)
    Stephen C Petersen (ac6p)
2008-09
  • Section 01
    John Vesecky (jfv)
    Pak K Chan (pak 2639)
  • Section 01
    Kenneth E Laws (klaws)
    Stephen C Petersen (ac6p)
2007-08
2006-07
2005-06
2004-05
2003-04

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