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Title: Engineering Studies at Clarkson Orientation 2016


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Engineering Studies at ClarksonOrientation 2016
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Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering
  • Technology Serving Humanity
  • Welcome!

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Programs of Study in Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in
  • Aeronautical
  • Chemical
  • Civil
  • Computer
  • Electrical
  • Environmental
  • Mechanical
  • Software
  • Engineering Management

http//www.clarkson.edu/engineering/undergrad.html
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Concentrations / Minors
  • Concentrations
  • Architectural, Biomedical and Rehabilitation,
    Electric Power Engineering, Biomolecular,
    Environmental, Materials, Manufacturing,
    Structural Engineering, Construction Engineering
    Management

Minors Biomedical Engineering Minor, Mathematics
Minor, Software Engineering Minor, Electrical
Engineering Minor, Sustainable Energy Systems
Minor, Minor in Business
http//www.clarkson.edu/engineering/minorsandconce
ntrations.html
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Special Advising Options
  • Pre-Dentistry
  • Pre-Health Sciences
  • Pre-Law
  • Pre-Medicine
  • Pre-Physical Therapy
  • Pre-Veterinary Science

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Common First Year Curriculumfor Engineering
Majors
  • MA132 Calculus II
  • PH132 Physics II (or PH 131 Physics I)
  • CM132 Chemistry II (or BY 160 Biology II)
  • ES 110 Engineering and Society or Equivalent
  • ES100 Introduction to Engineering Use of the
    Computer
  • MA041 Co-Calculus
  • MA131 Calculus I
  • PH131 Physics I (or ES 110 Engineering and
    Society or Equivalent)
  • CM131 Chemistry I
  • UNIV 190 Clarkson Seminar
  • FY100 First Year Seminar

Mechanical, Aeronautical, Electrical, Computer,
and Software Engineering majors can substitute BY
160 for CM 132
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Schedule not like that?
  • You must have earned Transfer Credit (AP or other
    college course credit)
  • A course was added to your schedule in a
    Knowledge Area (to count toward Common Experience
    Curriculum Requirements)
  • advanced math courses
  • ES 220 Statics - if both MA131 and PH131
    completed, or other ES course(s)
  • Other possibilities SAS100, ES41

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SAS 100 Co-Writing and ES 41 Spatial Thinking
Skills
  • SAS 100 Co-Writing Pre-enrollment based on
    admissions data points linked to UNIV 190 (1
    credit)
  • ES 41 Spatial Thinking Skills Pre-enrollment
    based on Spatial Visualization Survey
    research-based not required (1 credit)
  • they are meant to strengthen targeted academic
    success skills

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Clarkson Common Experience Curriculum
http//www.clarkson.edu/common_experience/index.ht
ml and http//www.clarkson.edu/catalog/10-11/acade
mic_requirements.html
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Knowledge Areas (KAs) Cultures and Societies
(CSO) Contemporary and Global Issues
(CGI) Imaginative Arts (IA) Science, Technology,
and Society (STS) Economics and Organizations
(EC) Individual and Group Behavior (IG) Also
Common Experience University Courses (UNIV)
have two or more KAs designated
The knowledge area requirement is met by
completing 4 KAs in a minimum of five courses
beyond UNIV 190 with at least one University
Course.
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The Communication Component Courses designated
as communication intensive are assigned
communication points on a scale of one or two (C1
or C2) to indicate the extent of communication
experience in that course. Beyond the Clarkson
Seminar UNIV 190 (a C2 course), students must
obtain six more communication points, at least
two of them within the major at the 300/400
level. Communication points can be obtained by
taking designated courses, or, with approval,
through co-curricular experiences.
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Professional Experience Requirement
for Engineering majors http//www.clarkson.edu/en
gineering/CSOEProfExpWorksheet.pdf
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Remarks on transition and preparedness Math
Readiness Survey and the ABC Exam, MA041
Co-Calculus http//www.clarkson.edu/math/calculus
.pdf (also Physics Survey Force Concepts
Inventory, and Spatial Visualization
Survey) Voluntary Advanced Placement
Exam http//www.clarkson.edu/math/undergrad/advan
ced.html For Calculus I Exam Date Wednesday,
August 31 at 530-730 PM Location Science
Center 354
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Student Success, Diversity and Inclusion
  • Student Support Services
  • Accessibility Services
  • CU Connect
  • 1st Year Advising

Student Health and Counseling Center
Located 1st floor of Educational Resources Center
(ERC) Bdg
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Your Engineering Studies Advisor


Dr. John Moosbrugger Associate Dean for Academic
Programs Professor of Mechanical and
Aeronautical Engineering CAMP 102 Engineering
Deans office moose_at_clarkson.edu 268-6532 All
Honors Students
Dr. Jan DeWaters CAMP 120A jdewater_at_clarkson.edu 2
68-6577 Pendris Z. (except Honors Program
students)
Ms. Lis Chapman CAMP 120echapman_at_clarkson.edu 268
-2077 A Doyle (except Honors Program
students)
Ms. Elisabeth Wultsch CAMP 129 ewultsch_at_clarkson.e
du 268-2233 Dubois Howley (except Honors
Program students)
Mr. Duane Pierce CAMP 126dpierce_at_clarkson.edu 268
-7800 A Doyle (except Honors Program
students)
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Academic Advising
We intend to meet with every 1st Year Engineering
Studies student during the first 2 weeks of the
semester. Ms. Winters will be contacting you to
schedule. If you need a change to your schedule
due to transfer credit or other reasons, please
schedule immediately. You will also need
advisor approval for course selection for Spring
Semester enrollment period (mid-October
mid-November). YOU MUST READ YOUR EMAIL
MESSAGES/ANNOUNCEMENTS
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Academic Advising
  • During Semester by appointment
  • Ms. Eileen Winters
  • Administrative Assitant
  • 102 CAMP Bdg.
  • eileen_at_clarkson.edu
  • 268-6446

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More Academic Advising Resources
Ms. Catherine Avadikian First Year Advising
Office 1st Floor ERC Student Success, Diversity
and Inclusiveness avadikia_at_clarkson.edu 268-3948
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Three resources
  • Academic advisor
  • Student Success, Diversity and Inclusion
  • CU Connect (mentor)

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Ready to Declare a Major?
  • Get Undergraduate Change of Major Form
  • Complete items 1 through 5 (only)
  • Take to NEW program office
  • CBE 222 CAMP
  • CEE 140 Rowley
  • ECE 156 CAMP
  • ( SftwE)
  • MAE 257 CAMP

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Not Ready?
Time to start learning and thinking about the
options.
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http//www.clarkson.edu/engineering/undergrad.html
http//www.collegeview.com/articles/CV/careers/s
ci_tech.html http//www.eweek.org/AboutEngineerin
g/AboutEngineering.aspx http//www.egfi-k12.org/
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SPEED
Student Projects for Engineering Experience
Design
  • 16 teams from all majors
  • Project design, fabrication, testing, marketing
    public relations, competition
  • Corporate sponsors
  • A GREAT hands-on
  • engineering experience resume builder

Professional Experience credit requires taking on
a role with significant responsibility
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SPEED Projects
  • SAE Clean Snowmobile Challenge
  • SAE Zero Emission Snowmobile
  • Environmental Design (Implementation of
  • high rise greenhouse and anaerobic digester)
  • First Robotics (Finished 1st at Tech Valley
    Regional)
  • Baja SAE (placed 6th in rock crawl event at
    Illinois)
  • Design Build and Fly (finished top 20 for first
    time)
  • ASCE Concrete Canoe
  • AIChE Chem E Car (Finished 4th and qualified
  • for Nationals)
  • ASCE Steel Bridge (5th Overall)
  • NASA RASC-AL
  • Formula SAE (attended FSAE Michigan event)
  • Engineers without Borders
  • Timber Bridge
  • Human Powered Vehicle
  • Construction Engineering
  • Management

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Internships and Co-Ops
  • Internships
  • Co-ops

Career Center located in Educational Resources
Center (ERC) Building
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Perform Undergraduate Research
  • Individual Initiative
  • Honors Program (thesis)
  • Research Experience Course Credit Numbers
  • Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)

Virtual Wheelchair Project
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Study Abroad
The traditional study abroad exchange program
allows you to attend a university in one of
several countries. Clarkson has formal exchange
programs with more than 30 universities in these
countries, which means you still have access to
your financial aid while you are abroad.
Program also coordinated by International Center
Staff located in Educational Resources Center
(ERC) Building Suite 1100
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Join a Professional Society
  • National Society of Hispanic Engineers
  • American Indian Science Engineering Society
  • American Institute of Astronautics Aeronautics
  • American Institute of Chemical Engineers
  • American Society of Civil Engineers
  • Association of General Contractors
  • Association for Computing Machinery
  • Engineering Management Society
  • Institute of Electrical Electronics Engineers
  • New York Water Environment Association
  • Society of Women Engineers

National Society of Black Engineers - NSBE
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Army ROTC, AFROTC
AFROTC Lt Col Jennifer AmatoAFROTC Det
536Associated Colleges of the St. Lawrence
Valley, 1001 Price HallBox 5850 Clarkson
UniversityPotsdam, NY 13699-5850Phone
(315)-268-7989 Email det536af_at_clarkson.edu http
//www.clarkson.edu/airforcerotc
Army ROTC 49 Elm Street, Potsdam, NYPhone
(315) 265-2180 Email armyrotc_at_clarkson.edu
http//www.clarkson.edu/armyrotc
Scholarship opportunities available No Navy
detachment see me re opportunities
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Go to the Activities Fair
Tuesday, August 30 700 to 900 pm Cheel
Arena Meet representatives of various activities,
clubs, societies Meet members Sign up for email
lists
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Hours in one week 168 hr
  • Attending class 13-17 hrs
  • Studying 40-70 hrs 53-87 hrs
  • Sleeping
  • eating 50-80 hrs 103-167 hrs
  • Time between classes must be
  • used effectively

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Semester at a Glance
  • Use Syllabi from all classes
  • Fill in all important assignments/quizzes/exams/p
    rojects/reports
  • Fill in all personal obligations.
  • Fill in Breaks
  • Gives the big picture
  • Lets you plan this week for next week.

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Go to class.
READ YOUR EMAIL MESSAGES/ANNOUNCEMENTS
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Questions?
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