Oxford English for Electrical and Mechanical Engineering: What It Is, Who It Is For, and What It Covers
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oxford english for electrical and mechanical engineering: answer book with teaching notes
In the 20th century many new disciplines, including mechanical engineering, were added to the curriculum. So too were a large number of departments of these new disciplines. For example the Department of Electrical Engineering was initially housed in the School of Engineering, which included a course of Electrical Engineering at the undergraduate level. By the early 1970s, the Department of Electrical Engineering, as well as the Department of Mechanical Engineering, was housed in the Department of Engineering Science. The term Department of Engineering Science is now used to refer to both Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.
A portion of the lessons which have been made public and which were used in the examination are as follows: 1435 degrees of philosophy; 1464 common courses; 1470 professional schools; 1485 mathematics; 1490 logic, physics, chemistry, and rhetoric; 1500 law and medicine; 1505 arrangement of sacred music, with knowledge of canon law; 1520 Italian; 1540 English grammar, Hebrew, and the Latin classics, with coaching in Greek and Arabic; 1550 physics and mechanics, with coaching in Greek and Arabic. The Latin classics can be studied with coaching in Greek. They can also be studied with coaching in German and French.