Courses in Engineering

Introduction to Engineering

ENGR 1110     2.00 Credits
This course introduces students to the engineering profession and its various branches. Students will be introduced to some of the principles and physical laws that they will use throughout their college career. It also focuses on introducing the skills needed for college success by; assisting in the transition from high school to college, developing good study habits, networking with other students, organizations, and professionals, and developing team work, people, communication and time management skills. This course will cover standard ABET professional outcomes f through k. (Prerequisite: Must have a score of 49.5 or above on the College Level Math portion of the Accuplacer test or completion of MATH0085 with a grade of C or higher)

Engineering Design and Principles 1

ENGR 1121     2.00 Credits
This course is an introduction to personal digital fabrication using the fabrication laboratory. In this project based learning environment, students will fabricate and test their design projects. It also introduces the concept of artifact dissection as it relates to understanding engineering concepts and continuous improvements. This course will cover standard ABET professional outcome c. (Prerequisites: MATH 125 or MATH 130)

Introduction to Problem Solving and Design

ENGR 1210     2.00 Credits
This course introduces students to engineering design concepts and provides students with opportunities to improve their technical written and oral communication skills. The course also introduces the students to problem solving skills including programming logic through the use of Microsoft Excel spreadsheets and Power Point. This course will cover standard ABET professional outcomes a, and f through k. (Prerequisite: ENGR 1110)

Engineering Drafting

ENGR 1211     2.00 Credits
This course covers the basic operations of both AutoCAD and Solidworks drafting software. Students will use both programs to make drawings of parts and plans related to the engineering field. This course will cover standard ABET professional outcomes g and k. (Prerequisite: ENGR 1110)

Engineering Design and Principles 2

ENGR 1222     2.00 Credits
This course is a continuation of Engineering Design and Principles 1. It expands the knowledge, tools, and software of personal digital fabrication using the fabrication laboratory. It will explore the needs and methods for creating prototypes. This course will cover standard ABET professional outcome c. (Prerequisite: ENGR 1121)

Surveying

ENGR 1810     2.00 Credits
This course covers the principles of plane surveying involving methods of measuring distances, angles, bearings, and elevations. It has a laboratory component that covers the use of the common measurement equipment, leveling instruments, total station and Global Positioning Systems. This course will cover standard ABET professional outcomes a and d. (Prerequisite: MATH 125)

Statics

ENGR 2110     3.00 Credits
This is the first course in the engineering mechanics sequence. Course topics include vector math, equivalent systems of forces, equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies, trusses and frames, forces in beams, friction, and properties of areas including centroids and moments of inertia. This course will cover standard ABET professional outcomes a and e. (Prerequisite: PHYS 221)

Engineering Design and Principles 3

ENGR 2113     1.00 Credits
This course is a continuation of Engineering Design and Principles 2. It expands the knowledge, tools, and softwares of personal digital fabrication using the fabrication laboratory. It will explore the needs and methods of electronic fabrication and other materials. This course will cover standard ABET professional outcome c. (Prerequisite: ENGR 1212)

Dynamics

ENGR 2211     3.00 Credits
This course focuses on the kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies. Students learn to analyze the motion of bodies using Newton's Second law, the method of work and energy and the method of impulse and momentum. This course will cover standard ABET professional outcomes a and e. (Prerequisite: ENGR 2110)

Engineering Design and Principles 4

ENGR 2214     1.00 Credits
This course is a continuation of Engineering Design and Principles 3 and is the final capstone project using the fabrication laboratory. This course will cover standard ABET professional outcome c. (Prerequisite: ENGR 2113)

Mechanics of Materials

ENGR 2220     3.00 Credits
This course teaches the fundamentals of deformable body mechanics beginning with the underlying concepts of stress, strain and the relationships between stress and strain. Students learn to analyze deformable bodies subjected to axial, torsional, bending, shear, internal pressure, and combined loadings. Students learn to predict the effects of such loadings on internal stresses, deformations and stability of structures. Methods of plane stress transformation are explored. This course will cover standard ABET professional outcomes a and e. (Prerequisite: ENGR 2110)

Circuits I

ENGR 2231     4.00 Credits
This course provides an exploration of the basics in electricity and electronics. Topics include an overview of direct current, circuit laws, components, and use of test equipment. Students learn the basic technique of troubleshooting electric circuits, including measurement techniques, analysis of faults, and repair procedures. This course will cover standard ABET professional outcomes a and b. (Prerequisites: MATH 131, ENGR 1110)

Computer Programming

ENGR 2311     3.00 Credits
This course introduces students to problem solving skills by solving engineering and scientific problems utilizing spreadsheets, programming language(s), and mathematical software. Topics include engineering and scientific problems that may employ statistics, algebra, calculus, linear algebra, optimization, and image processing in their solutions. Use of computers as a means for written and graphical communication is stressed. This course will cover standard ABET professional outcomes a, and f through k. (Prerequisite: ENGR 1110)

Thermodynamics

ENGR 2510     3.00 Credits
This course covers the first and second law of thermodynamics, properties and phase changes of pure substances, ideal gases, energy analysis of closed and open systems, enthalpy, entropy, reversibility, and Carnot and gas power cycles. It will cover standard ABET professional outcomes a and e. (Prerequisite: ENGR 2110)

Circuits II

ENGR 2532     3.00 Credits
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