Questions by Students
How do I sign up for this
This three-unit course is available in
Axess under ENGR110. If you are
a graduate student, sign up for ENGR210. For students whose schedule
does not permit working on a team-based project, one-unit lecture-only options
What is the structure of the
The course consists of twice-weekly seminars or facility tours
and a team-based assistive technology design project. Lectures start promptly
at 4:15pm. Students work in teams and interact with users, project partners,
and coaches to identify needs and potential design concepts, fabricate and test
a functional assistive technology device, and report the results of their
Can I work on a project if I
cant take ME113 in the Spring Quarter?
Yes. While the teaching
team encourages student teams working on ENGR110/210 projects to
continue their efforts into the Spring Quarter in ME113, or
CS194, or as independent study, we can accommodate different schedules
- What are the enrollment options for the
Three-unit option for
undergraduates - enroll in ENGR110 to participate in a team-based
project. This option can be taken for a letter grade or Credit / No Credit.
(Projects can be continued in the Spring Quarter in ME113 or
Three-unit option for graduate
students - enroll in ENGR210 to participate in a team-based project.
This option can be taken for a letter grade or Credit / No Credit. (Projects
can be continued in the Spring Quarter as independent study.)
One-unit option for Credit / No
Credit - enroll in lecture-only ENGR110/210. This option serves both
undergraduate and graduate students whose schedule does not permit working on a
One-unit option for a Letter
Grade - enroll in the lecture-only ENGR110/210 option in the Winter
Quarter either research an assistive technology topic, pursue a "paper design"
of an assistive technology device that benefits an individual with a disability
or a senior, or create a work of art. This option serves both undergraduate and
graduate students whose schedule does not permit working on a team project, but
require a letter grade.
See the course syllabus for more information.