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Courses on Technology for Students Not Majoring in the Sciences

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This article describes two courses on the technology of communication and transportation designed for non-science students. The courses combine lectures on technology and student presentations on the interaction of the technology with their own areas of interest. The course content is presented and the method of teaching is explained. This article describes two courses on technology that have been designed for non-science majors at Yale University. The two courses respectively present the technology of communication and transportation. The outlines for the courses are given in the Appendix. The communication course has been taught for four years and the transportation course for three years.

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Education, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:16 ,  Issue: 4 )

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Nov. 1973

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