Introduction to the role of engineering in society with a focus on sustainable development, data analysis, holistic systems thinking, and the future of work within a global and New Zealand context including an introduction to the Treaty of Waitangi.
|Internal assessment / examination:||60:40|
Note: Students must gain a minimum of 40% on the final exam in order to receive a clear pass on this paper. Students who do not achieve this will receive a maximum grade of an RP.
Trimesters and Locations
|Occurrence Code||When taught||Where taught|
|22A (HAM)||A Trimester : 7 Mar 2022 - 3 Jul 2022||Hamilton|
|22A (TGA)||A Trimester : 7 Mar 2022 - 3 Jul 2022||Tauranga|
Timetabled Lectures for Engineering and Society (ENGEN170)
|Tue||9:00 AM||10:00 AM||L.G.01||Mar 7 - Jun 12|
|Wed||11:00 AM||12:00 PM||ON-LINE||Mar 7 - Jun 12|
|Fri||9:00 AM||10:00 AM||L.G.01||Mar 7 - Jun 12|
|Wed||3:00 PM||4:00 PM||TCBD.3.02||Mar 7 - Jun 12|
|Thu||9:00 AM||10:00 AM||TCBD.2.13||Mar 7 - Jun 12|
|Thu||10:00 AM||11:00 AM||TCBD.3.02||Mar 7 - Jun 12|
NB:There may be other timetabled events for this paper such as tutorials or workshops.
Visit the online timetable for ENGEN170 for more details
Indicative Fees for Engineering and Society (ENGEN170)
Available Subjects: Disciplinary Foundation Papers | Electrical and Electronic Engineering | Chemical and Biological Engineering | Civil Engineering | Electronic Engineering | Engineering | Environmental Engineering | Mechanical Engineering | Mechatronics Engineering | Materials and Process Engineering | Software Engineering
Paper details current as of : 6 May 2022 9:37am
Indicative fees current as of : 21 May 2022 4:30am