HPS321H1: Understanding Engineering Practice: From Design to Entrepreneurship


This course seeks to understand the nature of engineering practice, which comprises complex social, intellectual, and technical actions at various stages from design to entrepreneurship. Building upon the history and social studies of technology, philosophy of engineering, business history, and management science, we introduce ways to analyze such complex actions.

0.5 credit in BR=1/ BR=2 and 1.0 credit from any of AER, ANA, APS, AST, BCB, BCH, BIO, BME, CHE, CHM, CIV, ECE, EEB, ENV, ESC, ESS, FOR, GGR, HMB, LMP, MGT, MGY, MIE, MSE, PHY, RSM, TEP
Society and its Institutions (3)