1st Session Summer: May 31–July 6, 2018
Spend five weeks in London next summer earning six credit hours of UT engineering credit!
*If program fills to capacity, early applicants will be given priority.
- ME 331 Thermodynamics
- ECE 301 Circuits and Electromechanical Components
- COSC 494 Development of Computation
Each participant will select two of the three offerings, for a total of six credits.
ME 331, ECE 301 are required for many TCE majors or may count as a technical elective in several UT curricula. COSC 494 is a specially developed elective that traces the development of computing where it really happened! It can be used as a technical elective in most TCE departments with advisor’s permission.
Studying these subjects in London is a unique opportunity offered to UT engineering students. No other location offers more insights into the birth of our technological world. Come see and learn with us about the origin of the industrial revolution, the “second” industrial revolution of electrical machines, and the birth of the computer age. We will visit:
• Michael Faraday’s Laboratory
• Kew Bridge Steam Museum
• Bletchley Park (where the earliest computers were developed)
• Greenwich Maritime Museum and Royal Observatory (home of the zero meridian)
• And more!
Classes will be held in the IES Study Center in the historic Bloomsbury District of London, close to the theatre district and walking distance to the British Museum. London, with its rich history and international character, is an ideal place to study abroad.
Students will share double rooms in residence halls in central London and will have access to shared kitchen facilities. Weekly cleaning service and broadband internet are provided.
- Sophomore level or higher by program start date
- Prereq – MA241 for ME331, MA231 for ECE301, instructor permission for COSC494
- Minimum GPA 2.75
Program Fee: Approximately $4,365 for 2016
In State Tuition $2,112
Out of State Tuition $6,330
Program Fee includes all accommodations, a London transportation pass, and all program related excursions.
Michael W. Berry
Don’t miss out on this excellent opportunity to study in one of the most dynamic cities in the world!