To prepare students for multi-faceted careers in science, technology, and engineering, this course will require students to work collaboratively to solve real world problems. Through projects based on National Science Foundation case-studies, students will learn the skills and content grounded in engineering, environmental science, chemistry, and physics. Students will show their proficiency using the designing, building, testing, evaluating, and redesigning of engineering-based solutions; embrace the non-linear analysis of real-world problems. Coursework will emphasize guided student inquiry and guided student synthesis of course topics, with a heavy emphasis on increasing independent problem solving throughout the course of the year.
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