Course: CE 2010 Statics
Course Description:
Forces and force systems and their external effect on bodies, principally the condition of equilibrium. The techniques of vector mathematics are employed, and the rigor of physical analysis is emphasized.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
This 5-week course involves the same rigor, content and workload of a 15-week Statics course. Since this course will move three times faster than usual, students should anticipate spending a minimum of 35 hours/week on this course. In order to be in the best possible position to succeed, it is not recommended that students do more than one of the following while being enrolled in this course: have a part-time job, enroll in more than three other academic credits during the same five week term, go on a family vacation, or commit to other activities with significant time demands.
Printable Documents:
CE 2010 Statics Summer 1 2017 Course Schedule
CE 2010 Statics Summer 1 2017 Sample Proctor Form
Course Material Presentations:
Video Sample; Class Handout Sample; List of Course Topics
Topics Covered:
Week 1
Includes Days 1-5 of the course content, with quizzes and assignments given each day.
Week 2
Includes Days 6-10 of the course content, with quizzes and an assignment given each day and Exam 1.
Week 3
Includes Days 11-15 of the course content, with quizzes and an assignment given each day.
Week 4
Includes Days 16-18 of the course content, with quizzes and an assignment given each day and Exam 2.
Week 5
Includes Days 19-22 of the course content, with quizzes and an assignment given each day and Exam 3.
Assessment:
Homework Assignments submitted online—Engineering Paper, Scanner and Mastering Engineering Access Code required
Quizzes—Timely Submission in Canvas is required
Three Exams—Proctored On-site or Student Responsible for Obtaining Proctor (Sample Draft Proctor Form)
Final Exam— Proctored On-site or Student Responsible for Obtaining Proctor at a Testing Center (Sample Proctor Form)
Instructor:
Name: Melissa Sternhagen
Email: MSTERN@clemson.edu
Phone: 864-656-6428
Student Outcomes—(ABET) This course contributes to the civil engineering student outcomes by developing:
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