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  Prof. Dr. Kemal Fidanboylu ENGR 101  –   Syllabus Page 1 of 4 ENGR 101 - CREATIVITY IN ENGINEERING DESIGN I COURSE SYLLABUS   Spring Semester 2013-2014 A.   Catalog Data COURSE TITLE   COURSE CODE   CREDITS   Theory   Practice   Credit Hours   Creativity in Engineering Design I   ENGR 101   2   -   2   Pre-requisites, Co-requisites   COMM 101, ELAN 102   Introduces the student to engineering with a focus on academic success, professional development, creative problem solving techniques, design concepts, team work, brainstorming, project planning, reverse engineering, research for design and development, engineering ethics, economic cost analysis, environmental impact, report writing, presentation skills. Students are expected to define and solve an engineering problem under a variety of constraints in a team spirit and eventually present their design in front of an audience consisting of faculty and students.   Course Coordinator:   Prof. Dr. Kemal Fidanboylu, Office:   Prep. Year Bldg., Room: 2-21  E-mail:,  Office Hours:   TBA Course Instructor:   Asst. Prof. Dr. Mohamed Ali Hameed, Office:   Prep. Year Bldg., Room: 2-11  E-mail:,  Office Hours:   TBA Course Instructor:   Asst. Prof. Dr. Mohammed Ahmad Ansari, Office:   Prep. Year Bldg., Room: 2-8  E-mail:,  Office Hours:   TBA B.   Textbook and References Textbooks:  1.   Raymond B. Landis, Studying Engineering: A Road Map to a Rewarding Career, 4 th  Ed., Discovery Press, 2013. 2.   John R. Karsnitz, Stephen O'Brien and John P. Hutchinson, Engineering Design: An Introduction, 2 nd  Ed., Delmar, 2012. References: 1.   Barry Hyman, Fundamentals of Engineering Design, 2 nd  Ed., Prentice Hall, 2002. C.   Course Learning Outcomes (CLO) Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: 1.   Define  the teaching and learning process. 2.   Outline  different engineering career paths. Islamic University Faculty of Engineering ةيمس ةعم جل ةسدنل هيك    Prof. Dr. Kemal Fidanboylu ENGR 101  –   Syllabus Page 2 of 4 3.   Describe  the essentials of creativity in engineering design. 4.   Demonstrate  problem definition and solving. 5.   Operate  as a design team. 6.   Practice  brainstorming and concept generation. 7.   Acquire  project proposal writing skills and record keeping. 8.   Practice  scheduling and project planning. 9.   Outline  reverse engineering process. 10.   Examine  research for design and development. 11.   Demonstrate  engineering ethics. 12.   Describe  economic cost analysis and environmental impact. 13.   Acquire  report writing and presentation skills. 14.   Define  different engineering disciplines. D.   Relationship of ABET Student Outcomes to Course Learning Outcomes ABET Student Outcomes   Low   Medium   High   NA   a  An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering     b  An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data    c  An ability to design a system, component, or  process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability    d  An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams    e  An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems    f   An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility    g  An ability to communicate effectively    h  The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context    i  A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning     j  A knowledge of contemporary issues    k   An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice    E.   Course Contents (Weekly Lecture Plan) Week    Dates   Lecture Topics   Reading Materials/   Assignment Due Dates/   Quiz and Exam Dates   1   26/01  –   30/01   Course Overview   Assignment:  Obtain the Course Material from the web site:    Prof. Dr. Kemal Fidanboylu ENGR 101  –   Syllabus Page 3 of 4 2   02/02  –   06/02   1. Keys to Success in Engineering Study   2. Understanding the Teaching & Learning Process   Read: Chapters 1 & 3 - Landis   3   09/02  –   13/02   3. Making the Most of How You are Taught   Read: Chapter 4 - Landis   Quiz 1:  Chapters 1 & 3 - Landis   4   16/02  –   20/02   4. Making the Learning Process Work for You   Read: Chapter 5 - Landis   Assignment 1:  Index of Learning Styles Questionnaire   5   23/02  –   27/02   5. The Engineering Profession   Read: Chapter 2 - Landis   Quiz 2:  Chapters 4 & 5 - Landis   6   02/03  –   06/03   6. Essentials of Engineering Design   Read: Chapter 2 - Karsnitz   7   09/03  –   13/03   7. Problem Formulation: Problem Definition Statement   Read:  Lecture Notes   Quiz 3:  Chapters 2 Landis & Karsnitz   8   16/03  –   20/03   8. How to Operate as a Design Team: Team Building, Team Work, Assigning Responsibilities   Read:  Chapter 3 - Karsnitz, Lecture  Notes   Midterm Exam 1   9   21/03  –   29/03   Inter-semester Break    10   30/03  –   03/04   9. Brainstorming, Concept Generation 10. Proposal Writing   Read:  Chapter 4 - Karsnitz, Lecture  Notes   Assignment 2:  Problem Definition Statement   11   06/04  –   10/04 11. Record Keeping, Scheduling (Gantt Chart), Project Planning   Read:  Chapter 5 - Karsnitz, Lecture  Notes   Quiz 4:  Chapters 3 & 4 - Karsnitz, Lecture Notes   Assignment 3:  Draft Proposal   12   13/04  –   17/04 12. Reverse Engineering   Read:  Chapter 6 - Karsnitz   Assignment 4:  Gantt Chart   13   20/04  –   24/04 13. Investigation and Research for Design and Development   Read:  Chapter 7 - Karsnitz   Quiz 5:  Chapters 5 & 6 - Karsnitz, Lecture Notes   14   27/04  –   01/05 14. Engineering Ethics   15. Economic Cost Analysis   16. Environmental Impact   Read:  Lecture Notes   Assignment 5: Proposal   15   04/05  –   08/05 17. Final Report Requirements   18. Presentation Skills   Read:  Lecture Notes   Midterm Exam 2   16   11/05  –   15/05 19. Orientation to Engineering Education   Read:  Chapter 8 - Landis   Quiz 6:  Chapters 7 - Karsnitz, Lecture Notes   Assignment 6: Final Report   17-18   18/05  –   04/06 Final Exam   Final Exam and Project Presentations   F.   Planned Learning Activities, Teaching Methods and Mode of Delivery    Lectures: Two hours sessions per week  –   Face to Face Lectures and Presentations    Prof. Dr. Kemal Fidanboylu ENGR 101  –   Syllabus Page 4 of 4    Design Project: Students will work independently in a multidisciplinary team under the supervision of a faculty advisor    G.   Course Contribution to Professional Component    Engineering Science: 50%    Engineering Design: 50% H.   Assessments, Methods and Evaluation Criteria Course Grading Policy Assessment Method   Quantity   Percentage  Assignment 1: Index of Learning Styles Questionnaire 1 1% Assignment 2: Problem Definition Statement 1 3% Assignment 3: Draft Proposal 1 3% Assignment 4: Gantt Chart 1 3% Assignment 5: Proposal 1 5% Assignment 6: Final Report 1 7% Quizzes 6 18% Midterm Exam 1 1 15% Midterm Exam 2 1 15% Final Presentations 1 10% Final Exam 1 20%  ___________ Total .................................. 100% I.   Class Policy    Class attendance are mandatory. You should come to the classroom before the instructor. Late comers will not be allowed to enter the classroom. Students, who are absent over 25% of the class time will not be allowed to enter the final examination.    You should turn off your cellular phone before entering the classroom. You should not leave the classroom to make or take cellular phone calls.    You should bring a notepad and/or a writing instrument to every class and take detailed notes.    You should pay attention to the instructor and participate in class discussions.    You should not do other work during class time. J.   Honor Code Any form of cheating, plagiarism, and/or academic dishonesty will result in an F grade in the course. K.   Late Work and Examinations Late assignments will not be accepted. Students who know that they are going to miss class should make arrangements in advance. Exams will be closed book and in-class. There will not be any make-up for quizzes and midterm exams except cases of hospitalization or detention.
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