Course Materials

    Wherever your students are headed, help them get there by including technical standards in their education. For more information, click on any of the course material below:

    University of Mississippi
    Department of Mechanical Engineering
    Experimental Characterization of Polymeric Composites
    Overview
    Syllabus


    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Mechanics of Structures and Soils
    Overview
    Syllabus


    Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
    Department of Materials Science and Engineering
    Properties of Engineering Materials II
    Overview
    Syllabus


    Catholic University of America
    School of Engineering
    Strategic Standardization
    Overview
    Syllabus


    Oklahoma State University
    Environmental Science
    Sustainability and International Standards
    Overview
    Syllabus


    Cleveland State University
    Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Behavior and Properties of Concrete
    Overview
    Syllabus


    Kettering University
    Mechanical Engineering
    Properties of Polymers
    Overview
    Syllabus


    Widener University
    Civil Engineering
    Structures and Materials Laboratory
    Overview
    Syllabus


    San Jose State University
    College of Engineering
    Industrial Materials Technology
    Overview
    Syllabus


    Amarillo College
    Manufacturing Technologies
    Non Destructive Testing and Evaluation
    Overview
    Syllabus


    Cornell University
    Food Science Department
    Sensory Evaluation
    Overview
    Syllabus


    Middle Tennessee State University
    Concrete Industry Management Program
    Concrete Fundamentals and Senior Concrete Lab
    Overview
    Syllabus


    Fashion Merchandising and Design University of Rhode Island
    College of Human Science and Services Textile Performance
    Overview
    Syllabus


    Eastern University
    College of Arts and Sciences
    International Business
    Overview
    Syllabus


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