Starting Spring 2016, I will have office hours in EN2-109:
Thursdays 12- 6pm
and by appointment.
Or make an appointment (email@example.com) for in-depth research consultation
This guide is designed to provide a starting point for undergraduates, graduates and faculty research in all the disciplines in engineering focusing on CSULB resources and those that are freely available on the Internet. Please note that Computer Science has its own guide.
The Antelope Valley Program has its own guide.
Master's Thesis/Project Writing Workshops (Spring 2016)
Monday, February 8th at 4p in ECS-312
Tuesday, March 8th at 4p in ECS-312
Thursday, April 7th at 4p in ECS-312
Contact: Dr. Maryam Qudrat, Director of the COE Writing Center, Maryam.Qudrat@csulb.edu
New Thesis Formatting guide has been approved for 2016:
During the transition period of Spring 2016 and Summer 2016 semesters, manuscripts using either the old 2011 formatting rules or the new 2016 formatting rules will be acceptable.
The new rules for 2016 should be adhered to completely or the old rules for 2011 should be adhered to completely; that is, rules from the 2011 and 2016 rule books cannot be mixed.
Beginning with Fall 2016 semester, only formatting using the 2016 rules will be accepted.
There is no standard citation style that covers the whole of engineering and each of the disciplines within engineering defaults to using the style used by their major professional association for their scholarly journals. LeHigh University maintains an excellent list of engineering citation styles:
Here at CSULB, we have been using the APA for ENGR 101 and 102.
To find information on APA and other style guides, use CSULB's Style Manual and Citations Methods guide