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    Queen's University - Faculty of Engineering and Ap
   
 
  Nov 24, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Calendar
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APSC 202 Engineering Design and Practice II: Client-Based Design W | 3 K4


In this course students will participate constructively on teams to create solutions to client-based open-ended design problems using standard design methods and tools. This project-based course provides instruction on problem scoping, creativity and idea generation, decision making incorporating technical, economic, societal, and environmental factors, safety, engineering codes and regulations, and engineering ethics. Students work in teams to define problems, gather and identify appropriate information, work effectively with teammates, generate ideas, select ideas, and implement a solution to a presented problem from a client. This course is integrated with APSC 293 , and taught by the same instructor. NOTE: This course is only open to students transferring into year 2 or above of a Queen’s Engineering program.

Academic Units:
Complementary Studies 12
Engineering Design 36

PREREQUISITE(S): APSC 101  and permission of the Associate Dean (Academic)
COREQUISITE(S): APSC 293 
EXCLUSION(S): APSC 100 , APSC 103 ,APSC 200 , and MECH 212 



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