Sound Design—Courses

Sound

PH 1090 - The Physics Behind Music

Physics concepts and methods associated with musical instruments, musical recording, and musical acoustics are discussed at an introductory level. Topics include periodic motion, normal modes and resonance, superposition and Fourier series, waves, sound and acoustics, magnetism and electromagnetic induction, and topics from non-linear physics. Course is also offered online on demand in spring and summer semesters.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (3-0-0)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Pre-Requisite(s): MA 1031(C) or MA 1032(C)

PH 1091 - The Physics Behind Music Lab

A companion hands-on lab course covering topics from PH1090.
Credits: 1.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-2)
Semesters Offered: Fall
Pre-Requisite(s): PH 1090(C)

FA 1664 - Introduction to Music Mixing

A hands-on introduction to mixing music with emphasis on the support of musical principles and style. Students develop a technical understanding of and practice the manipulation of volume, frequency, dynamics, pitch, and time to support the focus, rhythm, melody, and mood of a wide variety of musical styles.
Credits: 1.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-2)
Semesters Offered: Spring

FA 1702 - Lighting and Sound Technology

Overview of the basics of theatrical lighting, stage electrics, audio systems, and techniques for theatrical production. Focus on practical application of static and automated lighting for a theatrical production, including instrumentation and control. Introduction to live sound reinforcement, recording, and complex playback.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring

FA 3730 - Sound Design

Introduction to designing sound through design projects. Focuses on fundamental technical understanding, practical design presentation techniques, specific drafting conventions, exploration of sound equipment, designer/ director/artist relationships, script analysis and design concepts, and design history.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Fall
Pre-Requisite(s): FA 1662 and FA 1664 and FA 1702

FA 3731 - Live Sound Design Intensive

Students design, install, program, run, and record a major live production. Sound will be an essential part of the story telling experience requiring a close relationship with the actors and extensive integration with other design elements.
Credits: 1.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-2)
Semesters Offered: Fall
Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Major(s): Sound Design, Theatre & Entertain Tech (BS), Theatre & Electr. Media Perf., Audio Production & Technology; May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore
Pre-Requisite(s): FA 1662 and FA 1664 and FA 1702 and FA 2662 and FA 3730

FA 3740 - Recording

Hands-on learning in the art of the recording engineer. Students develop an understanding of pop and classical recording approaches, skills to decide which approach is appropriate for a given task, and the technical knowledge necessary to implement the chosen approach.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Spring, Summer
Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Major(s): Sound Design, Theatre & Entertain Tech (BS), Theatre & Electr. Media Perf., Audio Production & Technology
Pre-Requisite(s): FA 1662 and FA 1664 and FA 1702

FA 3975 - Portfolio Development

Techniques for building and presenting an electronic and hardcopy design and technical professional portfolio for the theatre and entertainment industry. The final result of the course will be a portfolio of all work to date.
Credits: 1.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-1-0)
Semesters Offered: Fall
Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore

FA 4740 - Transducer Theory

In depth study of Microphone and Loudspeaker design as it applies to usage in recording and live sound reinforcement with an emphasis on interaction with the acoustical environment.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Spring
Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Major(s): Theatre & Entertain Tech (BS), Sound Design, Audio Production & Technology
Co-Requisite(s): FA 4741
Pre-Requisite(s): FA 1702 and FA 2662 and FA 3730 and PH 1090

FA 4741 - Transducer Theory Lab

Laboratory to practice the application of loudspeaker and microphone principles. Designed to be taken concurrently with FA4740 Transducer Theory.
Credits: 1.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-3)
Semesters Offered: Spring
Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Major(s): Theatre & Entertain Tech (BS), Sound Design, Audio Production & Technology
Co-Requisite(s): FA 4740

Music

FA 2500 - Music Theory I

Introduction to music fundamentals, including musical notation; major, minor and modal scales; intervals; and rhythm. Provides ear training and development of sight-singing capabilities. Introduces music writing, both manual and using computers. Utilizes Computer-Assisted Music Instruction Lab.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Summer

FA 2501 - Basic Musicianship: Skill Acquisition in Music Reading, Sight-Singing, and Ear-Training

Skill acquisition in music reading, sight-singing, ear-training, conducting and formal analysis. Introduction to melodic and rhythmic performance systems. An aural reinforcement of concepts taught in FA2500.
Credits: 2.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-1-2)
Semesters Offered: Fall

FA 3550 - History of Jazz

Covers the musical, historical, and sociological elements of America's only original musical art form, jazz. Focuses on the major stylistic eras from 1900 to the present in addition to the major artists and their contributions. Emphasizes developing interactive, aural, and critical skills.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Summer - Offered alternate years beginning with the 2009-2010 academic year
Pre-Requisite(s): UN 1002 or UN 1003

FA 3625 - History of Rock

This course will acquaint the student with the musical, historical, cultural, and sociological elements of Rock Music. It covers the major stylistic eras from 1948 - present, the "pre-rock" era and the major artists and their contributions. Emphasis is placed on students developing interactive, aural and critical skills.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (3-0-0)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Summer

FA 2222 - Film Music

This course surveys the development of film music. Students will learn how music functions to support the aesthetic/narrative elements of the story. Students will learn skills to identify how music manipulates the listener and how composers shape that manipulation.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Summer

FA 2570 - Music Lessons for Brass, Woodwind, String, Percussion, Harp, Piano, Voice, Guitar

Private music instruction on brass, woodwind, string, and percussion instruments, and harp, piano, voice, and guitar. Separate course fee required. One semester may be counted toward General Education Co-Curricular requirements. After enrolling, email lessons@mtu.edu.
Credits: 0.5; May be repeated; Graded Pass/Fail Only
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-1)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

FA 3133 - Contemporary Music: The Search for New Sounds

Contemporary Music will explore music from the late nineteenth century through today. The focus of the class will be modern composers' search for new sounds using electronic instruments, popular music, non-western music, and new performance techniques.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (3-0-0)
Semesters Offered: Spring - Offered alternate years beginning with the 2013-2014 academic year
Pre-Requisite(s): FA 2500

FA 3501 - Advanced Musicianship

Fluency in reading, analyzing, and interpreting orchestral, band, and choral music scores; principles and techniques of conducting a music ensemble; live conducting experiences with music ensembles; in-depth analysis of live and recorded classical, jazz, and rock music; fundamentals of musicianship.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring
Pre-Requisite(s): FA 2500

FA 3530 - Music Theory II

Study of fundamentals of tonal harmony, including expanded harmonies. Study of complex rhythms. Introduction to formal and harmonic analysis. Ear training and sight-reading. Utilizes synthesizers, computers, and music software.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Spring, Summer
Pre-Requisite(s): FA 2500 and (UN 1002 or UN 1003)

FA 3560 - Music History

Developments in Western music from antiquity to the present. Includes a brief examination of pre-Christian, medieval, and Renaissance music. Concentrates on musical development of the baroque, classical, romantic, and twentieth-century periods. Emphasizes the relationship between music expression and society, including non-Western influences.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Spring, Summer
Pre-Requisite(s): UN 1002 or UN 1003

Theatre and Film

FA 1701 - Backstage Technology

Overview of the basic techniques, theories, and terminology of technical theatre. Focus on practical application of stagecraft and rigging for a theatrical production, safety in technical theatre, physical theatre structures, production processes, and theatre organization.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring

HU 2324 - Introduction to Film

Focuses on film narration and style within social, cultural, and historical contexts. Emphasizes critical engagement with film through discussion, presentations, and written analysis. May include small video production projects and opportunities to interact with filmmakers and industry professionals.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-2-3)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

FA 2701 - Drafting for the Entertainment Industry

Basics of hand drafting conventions and standards used in the entertainment industry. Focus on design and technical techniques for views such as: ground plans, elevations, sections, detail drawings, orthographic projections, scale perspective drawings. Introduces industry-specific CAD programs.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Spring, Summer

HU 3110 - The Writer's Workshop

Workshop practice in creative writing. May include fiction, nonfiction, poetry, screenplay, or hybrid forms. Stresses individual production through process-oriented writing exercises, small group workshops, individual conferences and creative theory with the goal of creating manuscripts of publishable quality.
Credits: 3.0; Repeatable to a Max of 6
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Spring - Offered alternate years beginning with the 2011-2012 academic year
Pre-Requisite(s): HU 2110(C)

FA 3700 - Scenic Design

Fundamentals of designing theatrical scenery through various explorations and projects. Focus on professional design development and presentation techniques: theatrical drafting conventions, renderings, scale models. Also, designer/director relationships, script analysis, research design concepts/history/styles. Students are introduced to a mainstage theatre design.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Spring - Offered alternate years beginning with the 2000-2001 academic year
Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman
Pre-Requisite(s): FA 1701

FA 3880 - Readings in Dramatic Literature

An examination of dramatic literature with an emphasis on theatre production. Students will examine a selection of plays each semester. Students can repeat the course up to four times; each semester examines different plays.
Credits: 1.0; Repeatable to a Max of 4
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-3)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Major(s): Theatre & Entertain Tech (BA), Theatre & Entertain Tech (BS), Sound Design, Theatre & Electr. Media Perf., Audio Production & Technology; May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman

HU 3890 - Documentary

Considers technical, theoretical, aesthetic and ethical dimensions of documentary media through analysis and production.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-2-3)
Semesters Offered: Fall

History and Theory

FA 3810 - Ancient Theatre History

An in-depth examination of theatre history from ancient Egypt through the eighteenth century. Studies how the interrelationships among technologies, ideologies, geography, history, architecture, politics, and social expectations affected theatre productions. Students will engage in group investigative research and reporting as well as individual study.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Fall

FA 3821 - Modern Theatre History

Examination of American and European theatre history from the 1700s to modern times. An emphasis on the interrelationships among technology and theatre space, design and drama, and how culture and society affected style.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Spring

HU 3871 - New Media Theory

Examines relationships among changing communication technologies and communication theories. Emphasizes issues involving emerging technologies and emerging theory.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Spring

HU 3502 - World Mythologies

Survey of the major mythological systems of the world with particular attention to those areas of commonality among various civilizations. Films may provide contextual background.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Spring - Offered alternate years beginning with the 2001-2002 academic year

FA 3330 - Art History - Prehistory to Renaissance

The world history of art, sculpture, and architecture. Focuses from the Paleolithic period to the Renaissance. Discusses how art relates to religion and informs a more complete view of society and technology. Lecture/discussion/slides, group work, and presentations.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Fall
Pre-Requisite(s): UN 1002 or UN 1003

FA 3340 - Art History - Renaissance to Today

Survey of art in the Western world from the Renaissance to the 21st century. Emphasizes the characteristics of period style and the influence of the time on the artist.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Spring
Pre-Requisite(s): UN 1002 or UN 1003

HU 3325 - Film History and Theory

Survey of film history and theory and their technological and sociocultural contexts. Focus on key concepts and movements such as narrative, auteurism, realism, and genre.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-2-2)
Semesters Offered: Spring
Pre-Requisite(s): HU 2324

HU 3326 - Topics in World Cinema

This course focuses on mainstream and/or independent films in their historical and sociocultural contexts from selected regions such as Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and Europe.
Credits: 3.0; Repeatable to a Max of 6
Lec-Rec-Lab: (1-2-0)
Semesters Offered: Spring
Pre-Requisite(s): HU 2324

HU 2110 - The Writer's Craft

An introduction to reading and writing in contemporary and emerging creative writing, including, but not limited to, fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and screenplay. Stresses individual production through process-oriented writing exercises, small group workshops, individual conferences, and creative theory.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

HU 3110 - The Writer's Workshop

Workshop practice in creative writing. May include fiction, nonfiction, poetry, screenplay, or hybrid forms. Stresses individual production through process-oriented writing exercises, small group workshops, individual conferences and creative theory with the goal of creating manuscripts of publishable quality.
Credits: 3.0; Repeatable to a Max of 6
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Spring - Offered alternate years beginning with the 2011-2012 academic year
Pre-Requisite(s): HU 2110(C)

HU 3513 - Shakespeare

In-depth study of a limited number of Shakespearean plays with special attention to dramatic structure, character development, theme presentation, and theatre history. Includes extensive study of Renaissance influences, possibly film versions of selected plays, and examination of current critical theories.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Business and Communication

HU 3820 - Interpersonal Communication

Examines practices and issues of relational communication and encourages critical awareness of common assumptions. Topics include verbal and nonverbal cues, conflict models, friendship, intimacy, and the interpersonal significance of race, gender, class, and disability.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

HU 3840 - Organizational Communication

An approach to understanding organizations in their socio-historical contexts from a variety of theoretical perspectives in communication. Explores meanings, roles, relations, interactions, and structures from a communication perspective.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Spring

HU 3120 - Technical and Professional Communication

A study of written and oral communication in technical and scientific environments; emphasizes audience, writing processes, genres of scientific and technical discourse, visual communication, collaboration, professional responsibility, clear and correct expression. Students write and revise several documents and give oral report(s). Computer Intensive.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore
Pre-Requisite(s): UN 1015 or UN 2001

BUS 2200 - Business Law

Provides an understanding of the legal basis of contracts and their enforcement in the areas of general contracts, contracts of commercial sales and of agency, and commercial paper.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (3-0-0)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman

FA 3650 - Stage Management

Procedures and skills for effective stage management of theatrical productions, including coordination of performers and technicians during rehearsal and performance periods. Instruction in stage manager's notation used for blocking, scene shifts, and cues for lighting, sound, special effects, and performers.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Spring - Offered alternate years beginning with the 2009-2010 academic year
Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman
Pre-Requisite(s): FA 1701 and FA 1702

MGT 3650 - Intellectual Property Management

Covers principles of intellectual property lawy, addressing managerial and policy issues in copyright, trademark, trade secret, and patents. Readings and discussions also cover how these property and legal systems impact the balance between property exclusivity, technological innovation and public access.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (3-0-0)
Semesters Offered: Fall
Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore

MGT 3800 - Entrepreneurship

Covers management issues associated with establishing a successful new enterprises as a small businesses or part of an existing firm. Emphasizes learning through creation of a business plan as well as case studies that develop an understanding of opportunity recognition, entrepreneurial teams, reward systems, financing alternatives, family ventures, ethical and legal contractual considerations, and resource needs.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore

MKT 3000 - Principles of Marketing

Emphasizes decisions made in developing both strategic and tactical marketing plans. Uses computer simulations, experiential learning assignments, and marketing plan development to demonstrate principles of market segmentation, product development, pricing, distribution planning, and promotion.
Credits: 3.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (3-0-0)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman

Professional Engagement

FA 2663 - Career Development

Provides students the opportunity to attend professional events which contribute to the development of their careers. Students will experience seminars, workshops, performance opportunities, competitions, and may perform services and interact with professionals at such events as KCACTF, AES, USITT, and URTA.
Credits: 1.0; Repeatable to a Max of 6
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-1)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring
Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Major(s): Sound Design, Theatre & Entertain Tech (BS), Theatre & Electr. Media Perf., Audio Production & Technology

FA 3663 - Professional Presentation

Provides students the opportunity to present at professional events which contribute to the development of their careers. Students will prepare and present design, technical, or performance projects, papers, and/or posters to be viewed and critiqued by professionals at such events as KCACTF, AES, USITT, and URTA.
Credits: 1.0; Repeatable to a Max of 4
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-1)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring
Pre-Requisite(s): FA 3700(C) or FA 3730(C) or FA 3750(C) or FA 3760(C)

Application Coursework

Production

FA 2661 - Backstage Practicum

Open to students selected for the crew of a mainstage theatre production sponsored by the Department of Visual and Performing Arts. Positions on stage crews are open to all MTU students. Work assignments will be made by the technical director of the Department of Visual and Performing Arts.
Credits: variable to 3.0; May be repeated
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring

FA 2662 - Sound Practicum

Students get hands-on experience working in live and recorded sound as well as in system maintenance and design. This work is done ina simulated internship experience. Students are expected to take this course multiple times and work towards leadership positions.
Credits: variable to 3.0; May be repeated
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Pre-Requisite(s): FA 1702 and (FA 1662 or FA 1664)

FA 3662 - Advanced Sound Practicum

Open to students who take significant responsibility for sound on a major production, such as sound designer, recording engineer, live sound engineer.
Credits: variable to 3.0; May be repeated
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Restrictions: Permission of instructor required
Pre-Requisite(s): FA 1662 and FA 1664 and FA 1702 and FA 2662 and FA 3730

FA 3732 - Audio Creative Lab

A creative lab for students interested in the aural arts. Students will be challenged to create sound designs and compositions in response to various aesthetic, dramatic, and philosophical goals for radio, multimedia, and live performance.
Credits: 1.0; Repeatable to a Max of 4
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-2)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring
Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore
Pre-Requisite(s): FA 1662 and FA 1664 and FA 1702 and FA 3730

Enterprise

FA 2661 - Backstage Practicum

Open to students selected for the crew of a mainstage theatre production sponsored by the Department of Visual and Performing Arts. Positions on stage crews are open to all MTU students. Work assignments will be made by the technical director of the Department of Visual and Performing Arts.
Credits: variable to 3.0; May be repeated
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring

FA 2662 - Sound Practicum

Students get hands-on experience working in live and recorded sound as well as in system maintenance and design. This work is done ina simulated internship experience. Students are expected to take this course multiple times and work towards leadership positions.
Credits: variable to 3.0; May be repeated
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Pre-Requisite(s): FA 1702 and (FA 1662 or FA 1664)

FA 3732 - Audio Creative Lab

A creative lab for students interested in the aural arts. Students will be challenged to create sound designs and compositions in response to various aesthetic, dramatic, and philosophical goals for radio, multimedia, and live performance.
Credits: 1.0; Repeatable to a Max of 4
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-2)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring
Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore
Pre-Requisite(s): FA 1662 and FA 1664 and FA 1702 and FA 3730

ENT 2950 - Enterprise Project Work I

Interdisciplinary teams work as part of an enterprise to address real-world design projects or problems. Second-year students are responsible for achieving some prescribed objectives and performing critical analysis of data.
Credits: 1.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-3)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman

ENT 2960 - Enterprise Project Work II

Interdisciplinary teams work as part of an enterprise to address real-world design projects or problems. Second- year students are responsible for achieving some prescribed objectives and performing critical analysis of data.
Credits: 1.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-3)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman

ENT 3950 - Enterprise Project Work III

Interdisciplinary teams work as part of an enterprise to address real-world design projects or problems. Third-year students will practice designing approaches to solve problems and develop procedures to achieve specified project objectives.
Credits: 1.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-3)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Junior, Senior

ENT 3960 - Enterprise Project Work IV

Interdisciplinary teams work as part of an enterprise to address real-world design projects or problems. Third-year students practice designing approaches to solve problems and develop procedures to achieve specified project objectives.
Credits: 1.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-3)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Junior, Senior

ENT 4900 - Senior Enterprise Project Work V Non-Capstone

Interdisciplinary teams work as part of an enterprise to address real-world projects or problems of significance to industry, government and communities. Fourth-year students gain experience in defining project objectives and planning strategies to achieve these objectives, and leading teams to accomplish project goals. This course is for non-engineering majors.
Credits: 2.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-6)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following College(s): College of Engineering; Must be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Senior

ENT 4910 - Senior Enterprise Project Work VI Non-Capstone

Interdisciplinary teams work as part of an enterprise to address real-world projects or problems of significance to industry, government and communities. Fourth-year students gain experience in defining project objectives and planning strategies to achieve these objectives, and leading teams to accomplish project goals. This course is for non-engineering majors.
Credits: 2.0
Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-6)
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following College(s): College of Engineering; Must be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Senior