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Instructor: Dr. Asiabanpour Fall 2007 Course: MFGE 4363 Concurrent Process Engineering
 

Summary: Instructor: Dr. Asiabanpour Fall 2007
Course: MFGE 4363 Concurrent Process Engineering
This document includes ALL comments from students, not just the selected ones.
(Original surveys can be requested from the School of Engineering)
1- The objectives, activities, content, and/or requirements of this course and
evaluation method.
I felt this like a course that we need more of. Hands-on learning is very effective
and rewarding.
All objectives, activities, content, and requirements were made clear at every
meet. It helped us understand what Dr. A wanted from us.
I think should try and have a more personal relationship with the company's
involved that way he know exactly what they expect and check on the teams
regularly.
Learned a lot from this class. The hands-on approach proved to be the bet route.
Activities and requirements were all fine and did not conflict with other classes.
I really enjoyed the opportunity this class provided.
I think the class was very intense and there are a lot of tools and knowledgeable
lectures that I will use in my career.
Very clear, fun.
Good balance of course content lectures and hands-on project work. Good

  

Source: Asiabanpour, Bahram - Department of Engineering and Technology, Texas State University - San Marcos

 

Collections: Engineering