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You can fit study abroad into your Uni study plan in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics! Take classes overseas on a short-term study program to fulfil your academic requirements. From exploring tropical marine biology to computer science, or animal studies to sustainable development – we've got options!
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COURSE: ENG EK 307
CREDITS: 4 US credits
OFFERED: Session 1

Coreq: (CAS PY 212).

Introduction to electric circuit analysis and design; voltage, current, and power, circuit laws and theorems; element I-V curves, linear and nonlinear circuit concepts; operational amplifier circuits; transient response of capacitor and inductor circuits, sinusoidal steady-state response, frequency response, transfer functions. Includes design-oriented laboratory. Students must register for two sections: lecture and a laboratory.

There is an additional USD $200 lab fee for this course.

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COURSE: ENG EC 455
CREDITS: 4 US credits
OFFERED: Session 1

Prereq: (CAS PY 212 & CAS MA 226).

Time varying electric and magnetic fields. Maxwell equations. Electromagnetic waves. Propagation, reflection, and transmission. Remote sensing applications. Radio frequency coaxial cables, microwave waveguides, and optical fibers. Microwave sources and resonators. Antennas and radiation. Radio links, radar, and wireless communication systems. Electromagnetic effects in high-speed digital systems.

ENG EC 455 and ENG EC 456 may be taken at the same time. Includes discussion.

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COURSE: ENG EC 456
CREDITS: 4 US credits
OFFERED: Session 1

Prereq: (CAS PY 212 & CAS MA 226).

Electric field, energy, and force. Lorenz force. Dielectric materials. Steady electric currents. Magnetic field, energy, and force. Magnetic materials. Applications of electrostatics, magnetostatics, and electrodynamics. Electromagnetic waves in dielectric and conducting materials. Solution techniques for electromagnetic fields and waves.

ENG EC 455 and ENG EC 456 may be taken at the same time. Includes discussion.

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COURSE: CAS CH 131
CREDITS: 4 US credits
OFFERED: Session 1

Coreq: (CAS MA 123).

A one-semester, terminal general chemistry course for students who do not require a two-semester sequence. Lecture topics include stoichiometry; atomic and molecular structure; theories of bonding; chemistry of the solid, liquid, and gaseous states; properties of solutions; chemical thermodynamics; equilibrium; acids and bases; electrochemistry. Laboratory includes training in basic laboratory techniques such as data collection and recording, statistical interpretation of data, solution preparation, titrations, conducting chemical reactions, use of spectrophotometers, pH and voltmeters.

Carries natural science divisional credit (with lab) in CAS. This course fulfills a single unit in each of the following BU Hub areas: Scientific Inquiry I, Quantitative Reasoning I.

There is an additional USD $200 lab fee for this course.

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COURSE: ENG EK 210
CREDITS: 2 US credits
OFFERED: Session 1

A two-credit introductory course to the principles of engineering design, intended to give second-year undergraduates a basic understanding of the process of converting a product from concept through design and deployment. Students work in multi-disciplinary teams with time and budget constraints on externally-sponsored design projects. Web-based lectures cover topics concurrent with specific phases of the projects. The course culminates in a “Design Competition.” This course fulfills a single unit in the following BU Hub area: Teamwork/Collaboration.

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COURSE: ENG EC 327
CREDITS: 4 US credits
OFFERED: Session 1

Prereq: (ENG EK 127 or ENG EK 128).

Introduction to software design, programming techniques, data structures, and software engineering principles. The course is structured bottom up, beginning with basic hardware followed by an understanding of machine language that controls the hardware and the assembly language that organizes that control. It proceeds through fundamental elements of functional programming languages, using C as the case example, and continues with the principles of object-oriented programming, as principally embodied in C++ but also its daughter languages Java, C#, and objective C. The course concludes with an introduction to elementary data structures and algorithmic analysis. Throughout, the course develops core competencies in software engineering, including programming style, optimization, debugging, compilation, and program management, utilizing a variety of Integrated Development Environments and operating systems.

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COURSE: ENG ME 305
CREDITS: 4 US credits
OFFERED: Session 1

Prereq: (ENG EK 301 & ENG EK 103 & CAS MA 226).

Introduction to stress and strain. Axial and shear loading. Torsion of shafts and thin-walled tubes. Stress within and deflection of bending beams. Combined loadings. Stress and strain transformations. Generalized Hooke’s law. Material failure theories. Column buckling. Includes lab and project. Students must register for three sections: lecture, discussion, and laboratory.

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