ChE 333T Engineering Communications
Professional engineers are often surprised to discover the importance of writing, reading, and presenting in their jobs. They may be hired to provide dazzling solutions to complex technical problems, but unless they know how to describe, analyze, and present their findings in both written and oral reports, their brilliance may shine no further than the lab. As they advance to management jobs, start their own businesses, or enter graduate school, demands on their communications skills intensify. Engineering Communication ChE333T helps prepare students for other ChE substantial writing classes and real-world careers through assignments in written, oral, and verbal communication. It also provides a foundation for understanding an engineer’s professional and ethical responsibilities.
See the left-hand menu for instructions, samples, and templates for all written assignments in this class. Also, the link for Formal Presentations includes basic instruction on organization, design, and delivery.