Applications are now closed for the Spring 2020 semester of Foundations of Multidisciplinary Design. Please check back in the spring for the application to EN.500.308 Multidisciplinary Design.

All engineering students are welcome to apply, though preference will be given to freshman and sophomores. (Preference is given to juniors and seniors for the fall course EN.500.308 Multidisciplinary Design.) You are eligible if your major is one of the following engineering disciplines: Applied Math and Statistics, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Engineering Mechanics, Environmental Health and Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Mechanical Engineering.

The composition of the course will be informed by the experiences and areas of knowledge the students bring to the class. Given this and the limited space in the class, we ask that you apply only if you are committed to registering for and taking the class should you be accepted. The course will require collaborative teamwork each week outside of class time. Please consider your other commitments before applying.

The "No Inhibitions" team (from left) Ariana Sherman, Joan Golding, and Anna Garcia work in the undergraduate teaching lab in Maryland Hall where they conducted their experiments