Engineering & Enterprise



Community-based empowerment depends on three supporting legs of human energy – engineering, education, and enterprise.

 

IEEE Smart Village nurtures a global movement of community-based enterprises that combine smart busi-ness sensibility, well-engineered goods and services, and different levels of education that speak to the development challenges of diverse places. This is social enterprise! And it integrates disciplines and assets to meet basic human needs. Advancing beyond poverty requires all three of these liberating forms of indi-vidual and collective commitment – all part of community empowerment.

 
 
 
Term One
Credits
Base Camp
1
Core 1 – ACC*601 – Introduction to Applied Community Change
3
Program 1 – EE*601 – Mapping Change
3
Project Research in Community 1 – PRC*601 – Graduate Study Foundations
2
Review & E-Portfolio
 
Global Residential (optional, though recommended)
2
 
 
Term Two
 
Preview
 
Core 2 – ACC*602 – Advanced Seminar on Applied Community Change
3
Program 2 – EE*602 – Comprehensive & Resilient Engineering
3
Project Research in Community 2 – PRC*604 – Social Science Research
3
Review & E-Portfolio
 
Regional Residential (optional, though anticipated)
1
 
 
Term Three
 
Preview
 
Core 3 – ACC*604 – Healthy People, Healthy Communities
3
Program 3 – EE*603 – Bridging Realities
3
Project Research in Community 3 – PRC*602 – Monitoring & Evaluation
3
Review & E-Portfolio
 
Regional Residential (optional, though anticipated)
1
 
 
Term Four
 
Preview
 
Core 4 – ECC*603 – Community Change & Sustainable Livelihoods
3
Program 4 – EE*604 – Leaders of Social Enterprise
3
Project Research in Community 4 – PRC*603 – Synthesis & Integration
3
Review & E-Portfolio
 
Global Residential ➡ Commencement (strongly recommended)
2
 
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