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STEM 120 - Foundations of the Human-Made World

Semester Hours: 3
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This course will examine the designed world, the world created by humans. There are several unifying characteristics of this world, such as optimization and trade-offs, the use of modeling with its inherent predictive analysis, systems (including subsystems and feedback), and design methodology. These themes will be examined through an analysis of various technologies, from the very small to the very large.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
ENGG 015 ; MATH 006A .


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