Studying Engineering a road map to a rewarding carrer
Raymond B. Landis, Dean Emeritus
Since Studying Engineering exploded onto the market in June, 1995, it has become the best selling “Introduction to Engineering” textbook of all time. Adopted by over 300 U.S. institutions, and reaching more than 40,000 students, the book has made major inroads into the “sink or swim” paradigm of engineering education. Armed with the book as a powerful tool for “student development”, large numbers of engineering programs have implemented Introduction to Engineering courses having a primary purpose of improving the academic performance and retention rates of their students.
Table of contents:-
Keys to Success in Engineering Study
The Engineering Profession
Understanding the Teaching/Learning Process
Making the Most of How You Are Taught
Making the Learning Process Work for You
Personal Growth and Student Development
Broadening Your Education
Orientation to Engineering Education
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