Winter Quarter 2017

Perspectives in Assistive Technology


David L. Jaffe, MS
Tuesdays & Thursdays from 4:30pm to 5:50pm
Thornton Center Classroom 110

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Course Credentials

Perspectives in Assistive Technology, ENGR110/210:

  • Is not a required course

  • Is open for enrollment by undergraduate or graduate students in any discipline

  • Has no prerequisites

  • Is a Haas Center for Public Sevice designated Service-Learning Course

  • Is approved for the Program in Science, Technology & Society (STS) - included on the Information Technology, Media, and Society concentration area in Science and Engineering Courses section (3 credit option)

  • Satisfies the optional course requirement for the BS degree in Mechanical Engineering (3 credit option)

  • Can be approved as an elective for the MS degree in Mechanical Engineering by a faculty advisor

  • Is an approved Design Processes Course for the Learning, Design and Technology Program in the Graduate School of Education

  • Is an approved course for the Bio-Science Area of Concentration in the Program in Human Biology

Updated 08/02/2016

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