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To participate in AggiE_Challenge students should enroll in an AggiE_Challenge section (ENGR 491) for 1- 4 credit hours. The AggiE_Challenge projects for the academic year 2019-2020 are listed below. Notes: ENGR 491-506 and 491-521 require students to apply for the project.

Below is the list of all AggiE_Challenge projects and course sections for the current academic year. Students may register in Howdy for any section open to their major. If the section is full, students may contact the faculty in charge of the section to express interest in joining the team. Most sections do not list a meeting time/day because these will be defined during the first week of classes based on the availability of student participants.

(HR) denotes Honors.


Fall 2020 Courses