EFP Course Web Sites

This is the home page for all Engineering Fundamentals Program course web sites.
For general information about the Engineering Fundamentals program,
please visit engage.utk.edu

Fall, 2022 Courses

Summer, 2022 Courses

Courses from previous semesters

Spring, 2022 Courses

Contact Information

Director:Dr. Rachel Ellestad
Office Manager:Ms. Cheryl Huskey
Phone:(865) 974-9810
Mail:Engineering Fundamentals, 260 Zeanah Engineering Complex, Knoxville, TN 37996-2020


  • No announcements at this time.
Common EF Announcements
  • Tutoring And Math Help Options on Campus
    If you are looking for tutoring help in any of your classes, the Vol Study Center has a large list of tutoring options, including lots of EF and Math classes. Please look at this list for available help on your classes. You do need to register for an appointment - so follow here to register for a tutoring session.

    Drop in math help is available in the Math Place in Hodges Library (North Commons). Drop in hours are available M-F and Sundays.

    updated Wed Sep 14th 1:49 pm
  • TCE Biomedical Engineers Society to host Symposium
    TCE's Biomedical Engineers Society will host a Research Symposium at 6:30 p.m. September 22 in 123 Zeanah. Engineering majors of all disciplines are welcome to meet researchers offering a variety of different research topics. Professors are looking for help in the upcoming semesters and undergraduate research is a great way to build your resume and connections.
    updated Thu Sep 8th 2:57 pm
  • SSTA is a student rocketry organization at UT and is looking for new members, any major and any year is welcome. They recently won 1st place in the 30,000ft target altitude SRAD (Student Researched and Developed) Hybrid/Liquid rocket category at the 2022 Spaceport America Cup in New Mexico. This is considered the most technically challenging category of the competition. Projects for the upcoming year include:
    • A return to Spaceport with a larger hybrid rocket in excess of 2,000 lbs of thrust.
    • An experimental liquid rocket engine.
    • Rocket simulation and engine characterization software development.
    • Thrust-vector control system.
    SSTA is the most accessible path for undergraduate students to learn about rockets and most notably rocket propulsion. The first meeting is on August 30th at 6pm in their workshop in Drive Services Building B. It is near Dogwood and Magnolia residence halls, located south of the Aquatics center and west of the TRECS. More information including location and links to their discord and google form is available on their website, ssta.club
    updated Mon Aug 29th 3:54 pm
  • Join the Society of Women Engineers for a Week of Welcome Events, starting on Sunday August 28th with the SWE Cookout. Check out the link in the announcements for more details!
    updated Tue Aug 23rd 5:01 pm
  • Tickle College of Engineering Alumni Panels - CE and IE October 5th
    An opportunity to hear from UT alumni who are currently working in the field pertaining to your engineering major or area of interest. Learn about their jobs, how they are utilizing their degree, and the skills and experience employers look for in new hires. Open to all Engineering Students. You are welcome to join us for multiple evening zoom sessions to get the most out of this experience and expand your network, and to help you determine your major or concentration or career options.
      Wednesday October 5th 6:30pm – 7:15pm – Civil and Industrial Engineering
    updated Mon Sep 26th 10:18 pm