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ENGINEERING COMMUNICATION IN SEOUL, KOREA

 

Seoul is a city that has been influenced, directly and significantly, by the growth of technology. The city has been at the epicenter of South Korea's industrialization and modernization, making it home to major corporations in a variety of engineering-focused industries. In addition, the culture has modernized, and many of the technical innovations and achievements of the past half century have been adopted early and widely in the city. This Engineering Communication Maymester course provides opportunities for students to connect their technical work to the real world. The rapidity of that change, the remaining artifacts of the city's pre-industrial past, and the rich and complicated political history of South Korea will help in showing students a larger context for engineering technology: factors that influence its development as well as those that are influenced by it.

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Sponsored by Cockrell School of Engineering

Course(s)

  • E E 333T - Engineering Communication

Academic Information

Engineering Communication is a required course for all engineering majors. The course provides students with 2 flags: Writing and Ethics & Leadership.

Faculty

UT Professor William Fagelson teaches Engineering Communication.

Language(s) of Instruction

English

Eligibility

Service Learning/Internship

  • Service Learning - No
  • Internship - No

Housing

Student accommodations are student residences.

Open To

Cockrell School of Engineering

Program Cost

2020 Program fee: $4800. Includes housing, excursions, activities, site visits, local transport pass, local student and emergency support services. Excludes airfare, most meals, passport, personal expenses.

Program Dates:

- Maymester
  • May 29, 2020 to July 3, 2020

Application Code

355113

Additional Resources

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Next Step

Application re-opened; limited spaces available. Rolling admissions until program fills. This page is subject to change. Questions? Contact Program Coordinator: Sejal Mehta at smehta@utexas.edu. Walk-in hours: Mondays 12-2pm & Wednesdays 3-5pm.

Program information above is subject to change