Wendy S Kaufmyn

Photo of Wendy S Kaufmyn Department Engineering & Technology Department 
 Office Science Hall 143
 Phone (415) 239-3159
 Mailbox S48
 E-Mail wkaufmyn@ccsf.edu
 Home Page http://fog.ccsf.edu/~wkaufmyn/
 Spring 2014 
 Office Hours
 
MondayMouse
11:00-1:00PMOver
Spring 2014 Teaching Schedule
CS 110A Intro to Programming: C++ 3.0
ADVISE: MATH 40 or 840 Requires an additional 3 hours.
34312 004 L/C T R 01:10-03:00PM BATL U451 Deadlines Final Book ENGN 20 Intro To Circuit Analysis 3.0
PREREQ.: ENGN 10B, MATH 110C and PHYC 4B, both of which may be taken concurrently and concurrent enrollment of completion of ENGN 20L
35034 831 Onl HOURS ARR  Deadlines Book
ENGN 20 - Sec 831 is an online course with Three REQUIRED campus meetings at the Ocean campus: An Orientation, a Midterm exam and a Final exam. For more information check instructor's website at http://fog.ccsf.edu/~wkaufmyn. For more information about online courses go to http://www.ccsf.edu/online/courses.
ENGN 38 Intro to Computing for Engrs 3.0
PREREQ.: ET 51 or MATH 100A or completion/ concurrent enrollment in MATH 110A
34458 001 Lec M W 01:10-03:00PM CLOU U203 Deadlines Final Book WAIT LIST
Spring ENGN 38 will use C++. Fall ENGN 38 will use MATLAB/Octave.
ENGN 45 Materials Science 3.0
PREREQ.: Completion of ENGN 10B, CHEM 101A or 103A, PHYC 4A-4AL ADVISE: Completion/concurrent enrollment in CHEM 101B and PHYC 4B-4BL
32296 001 L/L T R 12:10-01:00PM SCIE A200 Deadlines Book 35932 002 L/L T R 12:10-01:00PM SCIE A200 Deadlines Book

B.S.M.E, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; M.S.M.E, University of California, Berkeley

Ms. Kaufmyn has been teaching at CCSF since 1983.

She believes that engineering is fun, however, it is also hard work. It is the most difficult undergraduate major and that is why it is so satisfying.

She tries to explain the material as clearly as possible during the class lectures and encourages students to ask questions. Ms. Kaufmyn puts a lot of effort into preparing for her lectures and, in turn, expects students to work hard by reading the material several times, contemplating and pondering it, showing up for each scheduled class and doing all the assigned homework. If a student does this, she or he will be assured of learning a lot and passing the course with a good grade.

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