Development Engineering (DEV ENG)

DEV ENG C200 Design, Evaluate, and Scale Development Technologies 3 Units

Terms offered: Fall 2017, Fall 2016, Fall 2015
This required course for the Designated Emphasis in Development Engineering will include projects and case studies, many related to projects at UC Berkeley, such as those associated with the Development Impact Labs (DIL). Student teams will work with preliminary data to define the problem. They will then collect and analyze interview and survey data from potential users and begin to design a solution. Students will explore how to use novel monitoring
technologies and “big data” for product improvement and evaluation. The student teams will use the case studies (with improvements based on user feedback and data analysis) to develop a plan for scaling and evaluation with a rigorous controlled trial.
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DEV ENG 210 Development Engineering Research and Practice Seminar 2 Units

Terms offered: Spring 2017, Spring 2016, Spring 2015
Development Engineering represents a new interdisciplinary field that integrates engineering, economics, business, natural resource development and social sciences to develop, implement, and evaluate new technological interventions that address the needs of people living in poverty in developing regions and low-income areas of the United States. This seminar, offered each spring term, will focus on work-in-progress presentations by the students
, as well as faculty and guest lecturers. This seminar is a required course for the Designated Emphasis in Development Engineering.
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DEV ENG 290 Advanced Special Topics in Development Engineering 1 - 3 Units

Terms offered: Spring 2016
This series covers current topics of research interest in development engineering. The course content may vary semester to semester. Check with the department for current term topics. All topics will address the development engineering goals of developing technology interventions designed to improve human and economic development within complex, low resource settings.

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