ENGRG 1070 Spatial Visualization and Thinking for Engineers
Mentally visualizing and manipulating three-dimensional objects are critical skills for engineers and scientists, as is the ability to represent three-dimensional objects with two-dimensional formats. In this active-learning style course, students will strengthen spatial reasoning and visualization skills through specific training and practice. Students will also gain exposure to CAD design and work as teams to identify and present on the use of visualization techniques in scientific publications.
Permission of instructor required. Enrollment limited to: Engineering students participating in the Pre-Collegiate Summer Scholars Program (PSSP).
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