Courses

We now offer classes through the Makerspace!

 
ENGR 111

What: A six week, half term course offered twice a semester. Topics covered include major Additive Manufacturing technologies, using CAD, designing parts for printing, using FDM printers, the Polyjet printer, and laser cutting. This class assumes zero prior knowledge of CAD or 3D Printing. There are multiple projects in the course. A computer is required.

Where: The course meets once a week for 90 minutes in the Makerspace.

Grading: One credit hour. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

ENGR 112

What: A six week, half term course offered once a semester. It covers subtractive machining and machine shop safety.

Where: The course meets once a week for 90 minutes in the COE Machine Shop.

Grading: One credit hour. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

ENGR 214 (currently listed as ENGR 294)

What: A full term course, offered once a semester. The class project is building a Bluetooth speaker from scratch. Topics covered include use of CNC mills, electronic test
equipment, PCB design, programming and more. Project based course – extensive computer and Makerspace lab use required.

Where: The course meets once a week for two hours in the Makerspace.

Grading: ENGR 111 and ENGR 112 prerequisite, or instructor approval. Two credit hours. Letter grading.

IMED Program

What: A collaboration between the College of Engineering and the UIC Medical School. The class teaches prototyping in the Makerspace and Machine Shop as it relates to medical devices

UIC Global ENGR 111

What: A collaboration between the College of Engineering and UIC Global. The class is available to UIC Global students who are interested in Engineering.

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