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CENE 386W - Engineering Design: The Methods

Description: This course builds upon the engineering design analysis learned in CENE 286. Design methods will be studied through the application of the hydraulics principles learned in CENE 333. These methods include hands-on experience in solving design problems involving hydraulic concepts and their applications using instrumentation, lab work, field work, and software analysis. Course content also includes professional ethics, engineering economics, and documentation using various technical writing methods and tools. 2 hrs. lecture, 3 hrs. lab. This course is required for civil engineering and environmental engineering majors. This course fulfills NAU's junior-level writing requirement. Letter grade only.

Units: 3

Sections offered: Fall 2024

Requirement Designation: Junior Writing Requirement

Liberal Studies Essential Skills: Effective Writing

Prerequisite: CENE 286; CENE 333; Foundation English Requirement; and (PHI 105, PHI 331 or PHI 334) Prerequisites must have grades of C or better