ENGR 1411-013: Freshman Engineering Experience
Computing in the Physical World

Course Goals

In this course, we will explore computing's relationship to the physical world.

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

Topics will include:

Course Policies


Your grade in ENGR 1411 will be determined by a combination of points received from the large section (15 points) and this small section (30 points) The 30 points are distributed as follows:

Desire to Learn Grade Summary: D2L has a grade book that is used to store the raw data that is used to calculate your course grade. It is the responsibility of each student in this class to check their grades on D2L. If an error is found, report it to the instructor and it will be corrected.

Course Evaluations

"The College of Engineering utilizes student ratings as one of the bases for evaluating the teaching effectiveness of each of its faculty members. The results of these forms are important data used in the process of awarding tenure, making promotions, and giving salary increases. In addition, the faculty uses these forms to improve their own teaching effectiveness. The original request for the use of these forms came from students, and it is students who eventually benefit most from their use. Please take this task seriously and respond as honestly and precisely as possible, both to the machine-scored items and to the open-ended questions." --- Dean Simin Pulat

Copyright notice: Many of the materials created for this course are the intellectual property of Andrew H. Fagg. This includes, but is not limited to, the syllabus, lectures and course notes. Except to the extent not protected by copyright law, any use, distribution or sale of such materials requires the permission of the instructor.

This page is online at http://www.cs.ou.edu/~fagg/classes/engr1411_2011/syllabus.html
Andrew H. Fagg
Last modified: Tue Aug 23 15:05:21 2011