I SY E 564 Syllabus
Occupational Ergonomics and Biomechanics
Course learning outcomes are statements about the knowledge and skills that students are expected to know, be able to do, or value by the end of the course. Include the learning outcomes for this course that have been previously approved in the course proposal. See here for guidance on how to write learning outcomes. Please distinguish learning outcomes for undergraduate vs. graduate vs. variable credit activity.
- List any required materials such as text books, open educational resources and eTexts
- List any required course or eText fees
- List required software tools even if available as part of UW-Madison licensing.
- ABET requires textbook, title, author, and year
- Indicate how the course is graded and relative weights of assessments
- Provide linkage between weights and letter scores if possible
- Indicate whether the final grades are curved or not
- Indicate whether attendance and/or participation is part of the grading
- Separate grading requiremetns for graduate students if appropriate
- List the summary period and the expectations associated with it
- List relevant details about the exams (dates, in-class or take home, cumulative or not, open-book or open-note, access to electronic devices, policies for make-up dates)
- Provide rules and expectations concerning homework
- How are assignments to be submitted (online, Dropbox, hand in during class, instructor mailbox, other)