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2004 Annual Conference Proceedings
This paper describes the genesis and evolution of the philosophy of the Harvey Mudd College general engineering program. This program was established with a sound theoretical base strongly coupled to the realism of engineering practice. Thus, the paper also describes the development of the Harvey Mudd Clinic program -Harvey Mudd's three-semester capstone experience -to bring professional practice to on-campus students, as well as the first-year design course (E4) that exposes students todoi:10.18260/1-2--13721 fatcat:rkz5lmmlvvhh7fgc2cvz3fyfga