The Rose-Hulman / Foundation-Coalition
Sophomore Engineering Curriculum
 
Presented at
University of Massachusetts - Dartmouth
28 January 1999
 
by
Donald E. Richards & Phillip J. Cornwell
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology


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Table of Contents

University of Massachusetts - Dartmouth 28 January 1999 

Outline 

Rose-Hulman / Foundation-Coalition Sophomore Engineering Curriculum What is it? 

Sophomore Engineering Curriculum Underlying Beliefs 

Sophomore Engineering Curriculum Curriculum Substitutions 

Sophomore Engineering Curriculum Our New Approach 

Sophomore Engineering Curriculum Advantages for Students 

Sophomore Engineering Curriculum Assessment Activities 

Sophomore Engineering Curriculum Common Threads 

Sophomore Engineering Curriculum Common Themes 

ES 201 Conservation & Accounting Principles 

Basic Concepts 

Basic Concepts Defined 

Basic Concepts Defined 

Sophomore Engineering Curriculum Conservation & Accounting Framework for Physical Laws 

Accounting Equation for Extensive Property B (Rate form) 

Conservation of Linear Momentum 

Rate Form of Basic Laws 

Rate Form of Basic Laws for a Closed System 

Sophomore Engineering Curriculum Problem Solving Format 

Mathematics Sequence 

Sophomore Engineering Curriculum Mathematics  

Differential Equations & Matrix Algebra I 

Differential Equations & Matrix Algebra II 

Statistics for Engineers 

ES 204 Mechanical Systems 

Mechanical Systems Background from ES201 

ES204 - Mechanical Systems 

Mechanical Systems (cont.) 

Terminology Translator 

Assessment - Is it worse? 

Year 2 - Multiple Choice 

Workout problems*  

ES 202 Fluid & Thermal Systems 

Fluid & Thermal Systems Background from ES 201 

Fluid & Thermal Systems 

Fluid & Thermal Systems 

Fluid & Thermal Systems 

ES 203 Electrical Systems 

Electrical Systems Background from ES 201 

Electrical Systems 

ES 205 Analysis & Design of Engineering Systems 

ES205 - Analysis & Design of Engineering Systems 

Systems Concepts in ES205 

Systems Concepts in ES205 (cont.) 

Analysis & Design of Engineering Systems 

Student Comments after Completing the SEC 

Student Comments 

Student Comments 

Questions/Discussion 

PPT Slide

Author: Don Richards & Phil Cornwell 

Email: donald.richards@rose-hulman.edu 

Home Page: www.rose-hulman.edu/~richards