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Engineering Honors Program

Engineering Honors Program Course Description

 

• Undergraduate Research
Students would work directly with faculty mentor to develop a research project or independent study in the student’s interest area.  
 
• HP EN Faculty Led Study Abroad/Study Abroad (3) [HP, UL EL] (Faculty approval required)
Course will count as a technical elective within the student’s degree program
 
• HP EN Graduate-level courses (3-6) [HP, UL EL]
Graduate-level courses taken by HP EN students are also able to apply these credits to the BS/MS Quickstart program.
 
• HP EN HONR (3) [HP]
Below are the current department course offerings for HP EN cross-listed courses:
 
EE 4621.
Control theory and design methods focused on application. Feedback. Performance limits. Routh-Hurwitz, root locus, Nyquist. Nonminimum-phase systems. State feedback. Proportional-Integral-Derivative control. Lead/lag. High-order compensation. Discrete controllers. Honors students will at the end of the semester design a high-performance control system for a sophisticated plant with realistic feedback limitations.
—EN HONR students would be assigned a complex design problem.
 
COSC 1015. Computer Science Principles and Practice (3) [HP, Q]
Provides an accelerated introduction to computing in the setting of Data Science. Topics include basic programming techniques; data transformation; computing with vectors, matrices, and data frames; data visualization; and text processing.
—Possible starting course of 3 course COSC certification program.
—Offered in Fall semester
—HONR preferred enrollment.  
 
ARE 3030 History of Architecture (3) [CH, HP 315]
A survey of the history of architecture and its allied fields, focusing on the formal, aesthetic, cultural and socio-political dimensions, from prehistory to the present. Cross listed with ART 3030.
Prerequisite: WA or COM1.
Eligible now as HNRS course under Mode of Understanding guidelines
Meets 3000 level honors requirement
 

Coming Soon

• HP EN Methods/Seminar ( 3) [HP, COM3, UL EL]
TBD

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