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ENGR 230

Technology and Society: A Regional Perspective
CR: 
3.0

Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. This course involves interdisciplinary teams of faculty and students considering cultural concepts such as race, class, and gender, along with investigating relevant contemporary economic and political institutions, in designing solutions to real-world problems within economically disadvantaged areas of the U.S. In making design decisions, students are encouraged to view the problems holistically, considering the various perspectives of the disciplines involved. Two hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory. V.5, V.7

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