In their first four semesters at Speed, students will take 18 hours of courses from the Department of Engineering Fundamentals. From Engineering Methods, Tools, and Practice I and II, to three Calculus-based Engineering Analysis courses and Differential Equations for Engineering, these courses lay the foundation for students’ success in their chosen engineering discipline.
“While I’m studying to be chemical engineer, it excites me to know that I’ll have additional mechanical knowledge thanks to my Engineering Fundamentals classes. Through them I’ve discovered that I didn’t have to choose between my passions.”Kathryn Vanderespt, Chemical Engineering c/0 2020
The latest News in Engineering Fundamentals
UofL is strengthening its ties to the community and furthering science education with a $600,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) award. Speed School teams up with the College of Education and Human Development to establish a new site for the NSF’s Research Experiences for Teachers (RET) in Engineering programs.
Larry Tyler has spent a large portion of his life dedicated to teaching calculus to future engineers. But did you know he is a musician and television producer?
From solar batteries to building designs to a specialized Alexa product for Papa John’s franchisees, the projects and prototypes demonstrated at the first J.B. Speed School of Engineering Engineering and Design Innovation showcase showed the depth and breadth of UofL engineering students’ ingenuity and enthusiasm.
The Center for Teaching and Learning Engineering (CTLE)
Established in 2014 and housed in the Department of Engineering Fundamentals, the Center for Teaching and Learning Engineering is advancing educational excellence through research, scholarship, and professional development.
Brian S RobinsonFaculty Story
“You’re going to be hard pressed to find a class that I don’t like teaching. That’s my favorite part is teaching the students that what I love.”