EF 230 Fall, 2012 - Computer Solution of Engineering Problems
Instructor: Prof. Will Schleter (email@example.com)
Lab: Estabrook 205
EF Office: Rm. 103, Estabrook Hall, 974-9810, Janet Coward, Secretary
Website: http://ef.engr.utk.edu/ef230 - you must have consistent and reliable access to the web site for access to schedules, materials, and assignments.
Prerequisite: EF 152
Credit Hours: 2
Textbook: None - all material will be available via the web site.
Course Description (Catalog): EF 230 - Computer Solution of Engineering Problems
Primary focus is on development of computer programs in a modern programming language to solve engineering problems.
- Exams (40%) - 3 module exams (8% each) and comprehensive final (16%)
- Projects (30%) - programming projects
- Homework (25%) - daily assignments
- Participation (5%) - attendance and participation. A limited number of documented absences will be allowed for. (Instructor's discretion)
The course grading is A (>=92),A- (>=89), B+ (>=86), B (>=82), B- (>=79), C+ (>=76), C (>=72), C- (>=69), D+ (>=66), D (>=62), and F (<62).
Help Sessions: There will be on-line help and regularly scheduled help sessions. Schedules and details are available via the website.
Schedule: The course schedule is posted on the website and will be updated as the semester progresses.
Course Objectives: Course objectives, how the objectives will be accomplished, and the relationship of this course to your engineering educational process are discussed in detail on the course website.
Disability Statement: Students who have a disability that require accommodation(s) should make an appointment with the Office of Disability Services (974-6087) to discuss their specific needs.
Honor Statement: An essential feature of the University of Tennessee is a commitment to maintaining an atmosphere of intellectual integrity and academic honesty. As a student of the University, you pledge that you will neither knowingly give nor receive any inappropriate assistance in academic work, thus affirming your own personal commitment to honor and integrity. Dishonesty and plagiarism are serious offenses. Penalties may include failure of the course or dismissal from the program and the university