Are you ready to work across cultures? Take ENGR20100! - 3 Credit Engineering in Global Context course offered this fall
Are you ready to work across cultures? Take ENGR20100!
Are you ready to work across cultures? ENGR20100 (Engineering in Global Context, 3 cr) can prepare you for the global challenges you will face in your career. Click here for the course flyer (Here).
Through historical and comparative study, ENGR20100 will challenge you to explore and understand how unique, local cultures of technical work have emerged in diverse regions, including Western Europe, East Asia, and North America. Going around the world, we ask: who is an engineer, and how are they trained? What kinds of jobs and status do engineers hold? What are their styles of problem solving? Interactive case-study activities allow you to further develop your global competency, including by challenging you to effectively navigate the types of work situations frequently encountered by global professionals.
ENGR20100 is open to ALL Purdue students, and counts as a core curriculum elective course in the STS category. Engineering students working toward Purdue's Global Engineering Minor are also required to take the course.
Lecture: CRN 69322 MW 1:30-2:20 PM (ARMS 1109)
Recitation 1: CRN 69323 F 1:30-2:20 PM (ARMS 1028)
Recitation 2: CRN 69324 F 2:30-3:20 PM (ARMS 1028)
Questions? Contact: Prof. Brent Jesiek (firstname.lastname@example.org)