Engineering & Science (ENGR)
- General Education Course
An introduction of scales, plan reading, engineering graphics and computer aided designing. Itroduction to the operation of modern 2D and 3D CAD software. 2 lec (PR: MTH 132; pre-engineering or engineering major)
Pre-req: MTH 132 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D.
Weekly seminars presented by practicing engineers to help students gain a better understanding of varioius engineering fields and the attributes required to be a successful engineer.
Introduction to the engineering profession and engineering disciplines; introduction to the engineering design process and team projects. Introduction to the engineering profession and engineering disiplines; introduction to the engineering design process and team projects.
Pre-req: MTH 132 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D or MTH 229 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D or MTH 229H (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D.
Introduction to effective problem-solving techniques using various engineering applications with an emphasis on accuracy. Various tools will be covered including calculators, spreadsheets, and a computational environment such as MATLAB.
Pre-req: ACT Math with a score of 24 or SAT Mathematics Before Mar. 16 with a score of 560 or MTH 132 (may be taken concurrently) or MTH 229 (may be taken concurrently) or MTH 229H (may be taken concurrently).
Definition of fundamental concepts and components, including operational amplifiers. Steady-state ac and dc analysis using the basic laws of circuits. Principles of electrical measurements. Single-phase ac power. Computer applications. Definition of fundamental concepts and components, including operational amplifiers. Steady-state ac and dc analysis using the basic laws of circuits. Principles of electrical measurements. Single-phase ac power. Computer applica- tions. (PR: MTH 229)
Strength of materials; shear and moment diagrams; stresses in shafts, beams and columns; combined stresses; deflections. 4 lec.
Pre-req: ENGR 213 with a minimum grade of D.
To prepare students for both the job search and employment in the field of engineering. Students will learn strategies for conducting a successful Co-Op.
Fundamental concepts of energy analysis and thermodynamic principles. Computer applications. 3-lec.
Pre-req: PHY 211 with a minimum grade of D.
An introduction to manufacturing systems and strategy. A study of manufacturing processes. Measurement and quality assurance machining, welding, and casting processes. Hot and cold forming and joining processes. 1 lec and 6 lab
Pre-req: ENGR 215 with a minimum grade of D.
This course provides basic concepts of DC and AC circuit analysis, an overview of the instrument characteristics and measurement principles, and description and evaluation of sensors commonly used with instrumentation.
Mathematical and analytical solutions of linear and power systems that involve linear algebra, Fourier analysis, and complex variables.
Pre-req: MTH 231.
Supervised off-campus activities which provide professional experience in different fields of engineering.
Fluid properities, hydrostatic forces, stability of floating bodies, equations of fluid acceleration and motion (continuity, momentum, energy, Euler's Bernoulli's), dynamic similitude, internal flow, and computer solutions in ideal fluids. 3-lec. (PR: ENGR 214; CR: ENGR 319)
Pre-req: ENGR 214 with a minimum grade of D.
This course is designed to provide the undergraduate engineering student with an opportunity to participate in engineering projects, research
Mathematical methods for analyzing and solving a range of engineering problems, including linear algebra, vector and multivariate calculus, complex variables calculus, and Fourier analysis.
Pre-req: MTH 231 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D.
This course covers project management fundamentals including project definition, project selection, project planning, estimating, scheduling, resource allocation and project control. An emphasis will be placed on building effective project teams.
Pre-req: ENGR 222.
Prepares students for engineering practice by focusing on licensure, ethics, and professional responsibility. Students begin work on senior capstone design projects that are finished the following semester in ENGR 453. (PR: Senior Standing in Engineering; Permission)
Students utilize the engineering design process to complete a comprehensive project that addresses a real-world problem with realistic constraints in a collaborative environment. (PR: ENGR 451, ENGR 452)
Pre-req: ENGR 452 with a minimum grade of D.