ENG & THE RISE OF MOD INDUSTRY

Section

Professor

Atle Gjelsvik

Survey Results

21 of 26 students responded

Instructor: Organization and Preparation4.71
Instructor: Classroom Delivery4.76
Instructor: Approachability4.62
Instructor: Overall Quality4.67
Course: Amount Learned4.62
Course: Appropriateness of Workload4.52
Course: Fairness of Grading Process4.48
Course: Quality of Text4
Course: Overall Quality4.62

Course Information

Basic scientific principles are introduced and explained through their application and manifestation in selected engineering developments beginning with the Industrial Revolution. In addition to the underlying fundamental science, historical and conceptual foundations as well as the societal aspects of technology are emphasized. Specific case histories will focus on four main areas: prime movers (engines), transportation systems, power (water, electric and nuclear), and structural mechanics (buildings and bridges). This course is listed as SCNC W1005 in the Directory of Classes.

Department: Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics(CEEM)

Subject: Science(SCNC)

School: School of the Arts, Barnard College, Columbia College, School of General Studies, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, School of International and Public Affairs, Continuing Education and Special Programs

Division: Interfaculty

Course ID: 1005