Course Syllabus Fall 2012
PS 200 Engineering Graphics (1 Credit)

(10/29/2011 - 12/7/2011)


Instructor: Dr. Chris Pettit
Office: SH 26
Phone: 341-5929
Office Hours:TR 10:00 am - 12:00 pm or by appointment
e-mail: cpettit@emporia.edu

Website:  http://www.emporia.edu/~pettitch/index.htm

Lecture: MWF 12:00 PM – 12:50 PM in SH 123 or SH 125

Tools:Scientific calculator, ruler or straight edge and protractor.

Course Description: This is a five week course designed to introduce students to graphical communication of design through the use of 2-D and 3-D sketching, drafting and computer aided drawing techniques. 

Homework: Homework will typically be assigned each class and be due the following class.  You will be notified of any changes to this policy for specific homework assignments as necessary.

Academic Honesty Policy: The following ESU “Academic Honesty Policy” pertains and will be enforced:  “Academic dishonesty, a basis for disciplinary action, includes but is not limited to activities such as cheating and plagiarism (presenting as one’s own the intellectual or creative accomplishments of another without giving credit to the source or sources).”  Academic dishonesty can result in severe penalties.  Possible penalties may include an assignment grade of F, a course grade of F, or dismissal from the university.

Student Accommodations Statement: Emporia State University will make reasonable accommodations for persons with documented disabilities. Students need to contact the Director of Disability Services and the professor as early in the semester as possible to ensure that classroom and academic accommodations are implemented in a timely fashion. All communication between students, the Office of Disability Services and the professor will be strictly confidential.


Grading policy
Homework
70%

Final Project

30%
Grading Scale:
A 93.0% - 100%
A- 90.0% - 92.9%
B+ 87.0% - 89.9%
B 83.0% - 86.9%
B- 80.0% - 82.9%
C+ 77.0% - 79.9%
C 70.0% - 76.9%
D 60.0% - 69.9%
F 0.0% - 59.9%
   
Class participation and attendance will be considered for borderline cases.    
Scale may be lowered if necessary.
Grades will be available for viewing on Blackboard.