Students are able to add and drop Track B courses on Banweb through Thursday, October 25 at 5:00pm. Open co-curricular seats can be found on the Schedule of Classes website through Banweb.
I am emailing to let you know that the pre-req is not required this fall for HU 3885 Intro to Game Design. If you have a student who would like to take this course, I will be happy to put in a waiver.
The course meets TR 9:35-10:55 (84779 and 84778).
Please let me know if you or interested students have any questions.
CE4404 – Railroad Engineering
This 3 credit course (approved technical elective for CE and ME students) provides an overview of basic elements and roles of rail transportation, history, organizations and economics, safety, intercity and urban passenger rail, freight operations, track-train dynamics, signals and communications, motive power and equipment, track components, construction and maintenance. Course objective is to gain the basic understanding of railroads as a transportation industry. It will approach the subject from a multi-disciplinary perspective, merging fields within and outside engineering to create a complete package.
Attached Syllabus for more information.
CE 5408 Public Transit
An exploration of public transit that includes history, government policy, user characteristics, urban contexts, market behavior, level of service, sustainability, funding and financing, transit modes and technology, route and alignment planning, operations, facilities design, construction, and future trends. Some of the topics are based on the interests of students.
Attached Course notice for more information
Building America, SS 3512: The History of Planning, Engineering and Development in the United States, FALL 2012 MWF 11-12
This course surveys some of the landscapes, places, systems, and structures that Americans have designed, built and inhabited in the United States. Core themes include city building; the construction and impacts of transportation systems, including railroads and highways; “megaprojects”; suburban development; the engineering of rural environments; politics and finance.
Fulfills Haas requirement. For more information, contact Prof. Louise Dyble, firstname.lastname@example.org.
JUNIORS AND SENIORS!
Below is some information regarding senior design options and also the application form that needs to be turned in if you plan to take senior design next year (2012-13).
This form needs to be turned in to me no later than Friday, March 16th…for both fall and spring senior design! Getting an idea of how many students are needing senior design helps in the course planning process.
You must make sure you meet senior design pre-reqs. Please check the pre-reqs listed on the back of the flowcharts. During fall registration I will register students who indicated a fall senior design on their form. Next fall during spring registration I will register the remaining students who indicated they would like to do senior design in the spring.
All CE4905 (one semester) senior design sections meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8-10 am. Please remember to leave this open in your schedule! CE4916 (iDesign) will be meeting “By Arrangement”.
Environmental Engineering students….please try not to take senior design in the same semester as BL3310 (Microbiology) (their times usually conflict).
Fall and Spring schedules are up on Banweb! Happy Scheduling!!
Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks!
Michigan Tech’s School of Business & Economics will be having an information session for students that are interested in earning their MBA after their Undergraduate degree.
This info session is very important in regards to timing in particular as scholarship monies available through the school will be awarded based on merit in the next month or so to our top applicants.
Be an MBA: Info Session
Tuesday, March 27 @ 6:30 p.m.
130 Fisher Hall
Meet with a Faculty Member, an MBA Alum and MBA Admissions Staff
Questions? Contact Jodie Filpus, MBA Admissions & Recruitment at email@example.com or 906-487-3055
The Fall 2012 and Spring 2013 Schedule of Classes can be viewed at: http://www.mtu.edu/registrar/
Under Quick Links, Schedule of Classes
Good stuff from US News…
Just a reminder that we have several Summer A session offerings available for students to take advantage of. These include:
BL 1040 – Principles of Biology (and Lab for this course)
BL 2010 – Anatomy and Physiology (and Lab BL 2011)
BL 3640 – Immunology
BL 3970 – Current Health Issues (also a HASS class)
BL 4010 – Biochemistry
BL 4030 – Molecular Biology
BL 4840 – Molecular Biology Techniques
I encourage you to take advantage of these Summer offerings when class sizes will be small and interactions maximized.
K.M. Gibson, PhD
Professor and Chair
Dept. of Biological Sciences
Michigan Technological University
Cell 412 735 9504
The Chemistry Department is offering several Summer Session courses in both Tracks A & B. We encourage students to take advantage of the benefits offered by the small class sizes during the Summer Session. Courses being offered this summer include:
Track A: May 7th – June 21st
CH1150 University Chemistry I Lecture (online)
CH1150/CH1151/CH1153 University Chemistry I Lecture/Lab/Recitation
CH2410/CH2411 Organic Chemistry I Lecture/Lab
CH3510/CH3511 Physical Chemistry I Lecture/Lab
Track B: June 25th – August 9th
CH1000 Preparatory Chemistry
CH1150 University Chemistry I Lecture (online)
CH1160/CH1161/CH1163 University Chemistry II Lecture/Lab/Recitation
CH2420/CH2421 Organic Chemistry II Lecture/Lab