Spend 5 weeks in London earning 6 credit hours of UT engineering credit!
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.
In addition to taking classes at a study center in the Bloomsbury district of central London Monday-Friday, you will have the opportunity to visit with the class sites associated with the industrial revolution and the development of modern engineering. These visits will provide context and enrichment opportunities to your formal studies.
Program excursions include:
Michael Faraday Museum
Kew Bridge Steam Museum
Greenwich Royal Observatory and National Maritime Museum -home of 0° Longitude!
Bletchley Park- location of the National Museum of Computing and the place where the Allies cracked the German Enigma code during WWII.
Harry Potter Studios
Students will select 2 of the following 3 courses for a total of 6 credits:
ME 331 Thermodynamics
ECE 301 Circuits and Electromechanical Components
COSC 494 Development of Computation
ME 331, ECE 301 are required for many COE 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 COE departments with advisor’s permission.
Students will share double rooms in residence halls in central London and will have access to shared kitchen facilities. Shared kitchen facilities and wifi are provided.
Dr, Roger Parsons, COE Outreach Director and MABE Professor, UT National Alumni Association Outstanding Teacher E-mail: email@example.com
Dr. Michael W. Berry, EECS Professor and Associate Department Head e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org