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Infusion of Course Modules

Infusing Courses in Curriculum and Modules in Existing Courses

The nanotechnology environment health and safety teaching modules will be inserted into several existing required and elective courses in engineering and engineering technology curricula at Texas State. This approach will educate a large number of engineering and technology students who will be tomorrow‘s leaders in nanotechnology.

Please, refer excel spreadsheet to know how modules are being inserted in particular course. This spreadsheet also provides details on the date/time/venue/instructor. Fall 2015, Spring 2015Fall 2014, Spring 2014, Fall 2013

Location Program Course # and Title Course/module
UT at Tyler BS (Industrial Technology): Focus: Nano Management TECH 4350: Introduction to Nanotechnology Safety Full course (Online)
UT at Tyler BS (Industrial Technology): Focus: Nano Management TECH 4330: Principles of Risk Management for Nanoscale Materials Full course (Online)
Texas State BS(MFGE), BS(IE), BS(EE), BS(ET), BS (IT) US 1100: Seminar 2A
Texas State BS(MFGE), BS(IE), BS(EE), BS(ET), BS (IT) PHIL 1320: Society and Ethics 1A-4A, 6A-8A
Texas State BS (IT), BS(ET) TECH 4380: Industrial Safety 1A, 3B, 4B, 6B, 7B `
Texas State BS(MFGE), BS(IE), BS(EE), BS(ET) ENGR 2300: Materials Engineering 1A, 3A
Texas State BS(MFGE), BS(IE) MFGE 2332: Material Selection and Mfg Processes; 6A, 9A
Texas State BS(MFGE), BS(EE), BS(ET) MFGE/EE/TECH 4392: Microelectronics Manufacturing-I 3B, 4B
Texas State BS(MFGE), BS(EE), BS(ET) MFGE/EE/TECH 4394: Microelectronics Manufacturing-II 5A, 9A
Texas State BS(MFGE), BS(IE) IE 4380: Industrial Safety 1A, 3B, 4B, 6B, 7B
Texas State BS(MFGE), BS(IE) MFGE 4363; Concurrent Process Engineering 2A, 3A
Texas State BS(MFGE) MFGE 4367: Polymer Prop. and Proc. 7A, 8A, Guest
Texas State BS(MFGE) MFGE 4399: Polymer Nanocomposites 2B, 4B, 5B, 9B, Guest
Texas State BS(EE) EE 4391: Electrical Engineering Design-II Course/module

Disclaimer

Investigators of this project will enagage multiple meetings with course instructors to evalaute which module/s are appropriate in particular course. The above list is preliminary and is subject to change.

EE- Electrical Engineering

IE - Industrial Engineering

MFGE - Manufacturing Engineering

IT - Industrial Technology

ET- Engineering Technology

CSM - Construction Science and Management

CIM - Concrete Industry Management