The correct way to create a course is to avoid diving into the course content, and revisiting the fundamentals of teaching engineering. This means:
#1 Placing the student at the heart of the course
What must the student know or be able to do once (s)he has finished the programme?
#2 Building pyramids of objectives, for which you have a clear purpose, and a way to evaluate the effectiveness of the tasks you have asked your applicants to perform. If you do so, you can ask yourself how to best illustrate that content, or in other words;
#3 What is the most applicable media you can use?
By respecting these three steps, your programme will stay the course and you will have created something truly effective.