University Adoptions of Engineering Your Future

Stu Walesh’s textbook Engineering Your Future: The Professional Practice of Engineering-Third Edition, which was published by Wiley in 2012, has been adopted by, at least, the following colleges and universities:

Engineering Your Future: The Professional Practice of Engineering-Third Edition
  • California State University - Long Beach
  • Chattanooga State Technical Community College
  • Citadel Military College
  • Cornell University
  • Hawaii, University of, Manoa
  • Indiana University-Purdue University - Ft. Wayne
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • Le Tourneau University
  • Louisiana, University of - Lafayette
  • Louisville, University of
  • Memphis, University of
  • New Haven, University of 
  • Pittsburgh, University of
  • South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
  • Southern Methodist University   
  • State University of New York - Buffalo
  • State University of New York – Oswego
  • Texas A&M University
  • Union College
  • Washington State University
  • Western Michigan University
  • Widener University

The preceding list includes only those colleges and universities where Engineering Your Future was purchased directly through Wiley representatives.

PowerPoint slides and syllabus:  PowerPoint slides and a syllabus template are accessed via the instructor support site.

Meets the needs of capstone design/senior design/senior project/professional practice courses: To meet engineering program accreditation requirements, essentially all students who earn a BS in engineering (about 80,000 each year in the U.S.) have to complete a “major design experience” course or courses during their senior year plus demonstrate specific non-technical capabilities over their entire program. These requirements mean that many courses must include non-technical topics and EYF provides the content. (Similar professional practice/non-technical requirements apply to engineering education programs in other countries.)

Aligned with the Body of Knowledge (BOK) movement:  The content of EYF is aligned with the BOK movement that began within the U.S. engineering community about 15 years ago. Engineering societies such as AAEE, ASCE, and NSPE have developed BOKs. These BOKs are intended to influence the education and early practice of engineers.

Applicable to all engineering disciplines: EYF3 provides professional practice (non-technical or "soft-side") guidance to students in all engineering disciplines. The book includes, but goes beyond, the usual content of non-technical books for engineers by devoting entire chapters to additional important topics such as developing relationships, business and personal accounting, achieving quality, role and selection of consultants, marketing, and leading change.  

Faculty, students, and others: If you have questions about EYF3, want to offer ideas for improvements to appear in the next edition, or have found errors; please contact the author at stuwalesh@comcast.net.

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