Engineering (ENGR)

ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE ORIENTATION
ENGR 101 1 Credit/Unit

22 hours of lab

Orientation for students interested in Engineering and Computer Science. Topics include effective planning, communication, teamwork, and exposure to Engineering and Computer Science educational/career opportunities and challenges. Credit not allowed for both ENGR 101 and CSE 101. [SE] [PNP]

INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN
ENGR&104 5 Credits/Units

44 hours of lecture / 33 hours of lab

Introduction to the engineering method of problem solving through guided Engineering design projects. Focus on developing group skills, understanding the effects of different learning styles, producing strategies for innovation, and fostering creativity in problem solving. Cannot receive credit for both ENGR 104 and PHSC 104. [NS, SE]

INTRO TO AEROSPACE ENGINEERING
ENGR 107 2 Credits/Units

11 hours of lecture / 22 hours of lab / 2 hours of conference

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in College Trigonometry, and a grade of "C" or better in or concurrent enrollment in, College Algebra.

For students interested in pursuing a degree in aerospace engineering. Topics include history of aviation and spaceflight, careers in aerospace, foundations of physical principles that underlies aerodynamics, dynamic pressure, the standard atmosphere, and lift and drag coefficients. The course includes a team design project. [SE]

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING
ENGR 109 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: MATH 103 or equivalent, and completion of, or concurrent enrollment in MATH 111 or equivalent.

Introduction to the engineering profession: its branches, principles, and practices. Engineering problem-solving, methods of analysis and design, and an introduction to engineering fundamentals. [SE]

ENGINEERING SKETCHING AND VISUALIZATION
ENGR 113 2 Credits/Units

11 hours of lecture / 22 hours of lab

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in MATH 095 or MATH 096 or equivalent placement score.

Engineering communication and graphics through freehand sketching. Visualization and development of orthographic theory, scales, and lettering. [SE]

GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING
ENGR 115 2 Credits/Units

11 hours of lecture / 22 hours of lab

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in ENGR 113 and either ENGR 140 or ENGR 150.

Basics of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing: what it is and why use it, GDT symbols and their use, maximum and least material conditions, datums, and geometric characteristics. AutoCAD will be used to dimension drawings using GDT. [SE]

INTRO TO ELECTRICAL/COMPUTER SCI & ENGINEERI
ENGR 120 5 Credits/Units

44 hours of lecture / 33 hours of lab

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in College Trigonometry, and a grade of "C" or better in or concurrent enrollement in College Algebra.

Introduction to electrical engineering, computer science and engineering processes, principles, problem-solving techniques, and contemporary tools. Application of in-class learning to hands-on projects and exploration of current industry trends and implications. [SE]

FIELD SURVEY I
ENGR 121 5 Credits/Units

33 hours of lecture / 44 hours of lab

Concurrent enrollment in ENGR 121 lab required.

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in MATH 151 (or MATH 113).

Basic theory of surveying, measurement and calculation. Topics include: measurement and determination of boundaries, areas, and shapes; location through traversing techniques; error theory; compass adjustments; public land system; use of programmable calculators; and principles of measurements of distances, elevation and angles. [SE]

BASIC AUTOCAD
ENGR 140 4 Credits/Units

16 hours of lecture / 55 hours of lab

Basic operations of the current version of AutoCAD. Screen features, drawing and editing objects, working with 2D, using both model space and layouts, dimensioning and dimension styles, using blocks, attributes, and xrefs, opening and saving files, and using templates. Recommended for anyone comfortable using a PC. [GE]

BASIC SOLIDWORKS
ENGR 150 4 Credits/Units

16 hours of lecture / 55 hours of lab

Parametric solids modeling with SolidWorks, covering the breadth of the software at a basic level. Create part, assembly, and drawing files, including design tables and multiple configurations. Recommended for anyone with good computer skills. [SE]

COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE
ENGR 199 5 Credits/Units

165 hours of clinical

Prerequisite: Consent of Instructional Unit.

Supervised work experience in an approved job. Completion of specific learning objectives and employer evaluation. Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in, HDEV 195, 198, or 200. [GE]

ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS
ENGR&204 5 Credits/Units

44 hours of lecture / 33 hours of lab

Prerequisite: MATH 152 (or MATH 211).

Basic concepts of AC and DC electrical circuits. Analyze and design voltage and current relationships for series and parallel RLC circuit. Use of Kirchhoff's laws, Thevenin/Norton theorems, Operational Amplifier circuits, and Step/Natural/Steady-State circuit response. Use of test and measurement equipment in a laboratory setting. [SE]

FUNDAMENTALS OF FLIGHT
ENGR 208 3 Credits/Units

22 hours of lecture / 22 hours of lab

Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of ENGR 107, ENGR 150, and MATH 151 with a grade of "C" or better in all courses.

Introduction to the fundamentals of the flight of air and space craft. Topics include review of basic fluid flow and aerodynamics, circulation theory of lift, finite wings, aerodynamic performance, stability and control, propulsion, and space flight. The course includes a team design project. [GE, SE]

INTRODUCTION TO GAS DYNAMICS
ENGR 209 3 Credits/Units

22 hours of lecture / 22 hours of lab

Prerequisite: Completion of with a grade of "C" or concurrent enrollment in ENGR 207, and MATH 152.

Introduction to compressible flow as applied to aerodynamics of aerospace systems. Topics include review of foundational principles, control volume analysis, compressible flow, normal and oblique shocks, Prandtl-Meyer flow, and overview of Fanno and Reyleigh flow. The course includes a team design project.

STATICS
ENGR&214 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: MATH 152 (or MATH 211).

Solution of two and three dimensional vector systems using vector algebra notation and free-body diagrams. Friction, centroids, moment of inertia, radius of gyration, and loads involved in structures, machines, and trusses. [SE]

DYNAMICS
ENGR&215 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: ENGR 214 and MATH 152 or (ENGR 211 and MATH 211).

Kinematics and kinetics of particles, systems of particles and rigid bodies. Force/acceleration, work/energy and impulse/momentum problem solving techniques will be applied to two and three dimensional systems. [SE]

INTEGRATED COMPUTATIONAL DESIGN
ENGR 216 3 Credits/Units

11 hours of lecture / 44 hours of lab

Prerequisite: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGR 150, and ENGR 214.

Use computational SolidWorks Simulation CADD applications in the design and analysis of engineering problems. Also, integrated surface/solid modeling techniques, motion analysis, and use of CADD in documentation of designs and analyses.

MATERIALS SCIENCE
ENGR 221 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: CHEM 142 (or CHEM 132).

Basic structure and properties of materials. Phase equilibrium and transformations. Mechanical properties, electronic structure, thermal, electrical, and magnetic properties. [SE]

THERMODYNAMICS
ENGR&224 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in MATH 152 and PHYS 241.

Explores the fundamentals of thermodynamics. Investigates the thermodynamic properties of matter with emphasis on ideal and real gases and introduces the concepts of heat and work. Defines the first and second laws of thermodynamics and explores their impact with examples. Uses thermodynamic cycles to apply the concepts of learned and relates the principles to applications. [SE]

MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
ENGR&225 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: ENGR 211 or ENGR 214, and MATH 211 or MATH 152.

Concepts of stress and strain for deformable objects. Axial, torsional and bending loading, combined loadings. Column loading and stability with other applied topics. [SE]

MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
ENGR 239 5 Credits/Units

33 hours of lecture / 44 hours of lab

Introduction to manufacturing processes, emphasizing methods and practices used when machining, welding, and fabricating metals and related materials. [SE]

APPLIED NUMERICAL METHODS FOR ENGINEERS
ENGR 240 4 Credits/Units

33 hours of lecture / 33 hours of lab

Prerequisites: A grade of "C" or better in MATH 153, ENGR 109, or ENGR 120, or consent of Instructional Unit.

Numerical solutions to problems in engineering and science using modern scientific computing tools. Application of mathematical judgment in selecting computational algorithms and communicating results. Use of MATLAB programming for numerical computation. Completion or concurrent enrollment in MATH 215.

DIGITAL LOGIC DESIGN
ENGR 250 5 Credits/Units

44 hours of lecture / 33 hours of lab

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in ENGR 120 (or CSE 120).

Digital logic design, testing and implementation, including Boolean Algebra, Karnaugh map and design of logic circuits to solve practical problems using sequential/combinational/synchronous/asynchronous circuits, application of standard SSI/MSI/LSI logic systems, design/test/implement development cycle and Hardware Description Language (HDL). Cannot receive credit for both ENGR 237 and ENGR 250. [SE]

ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS AND SIGNALS
ENGR 252 5 Credits/Units

44 hours of lecture / 33 hours of lab

Prerequisite: ENGR 204 (or ENGR 251).

Continuation of Electrical Circuits. Analysis and design of RLC circuits in sinusoidal steady state, complex-frequency domain of linear and lumped parameter circuits, active/passive filter circuits, poly phase and two-port circuits. Application of Fourier series, Fourier transforms and computer tools in circuit analysis. [SE]

SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS
ENGR 253 5 Credits/Units

44 hours of lecture / 33 hours of lab

Prerequisite: ENGR 252.

Concepts and applications in signal processing and linear system theory. Utilization of Fourier Analysis in both continuous and discrete time signals and systems. Role of sampling and the process of reconstructing a continuous-time signal from its samples and basics of communication systems. Application of Laplace transform and Z-transform. [SE]

DIGITAL SYSTEMS AND MICROPROCESSORS
ENGR 270 5 Credits/Units

44 hours of lecture / 33 hours of lab

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in ENGR 250 and CSE 121, or consent of Instructional Unit.

Continuation of the Digital Design sequence. Covering synchronous/asynchronous state machines, shift registers, arithmetic circuits and devices, microprocessor internal and system architecture, design and subsystem interfacing, assembly language, and programmable logic devices, design for test, documentation standards, and use of computer-based tools. [SE]

SELECTED TOPICS
ENGR 280 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

The course focuses on selected topics in Engineering. Topics vary, and course theme and content change to reflect new topics. Because the course varies in content, it is repeatable for credit for different topics. [SE]

SPECIAL PROJECTS
ENGR 290 6 Credits/Units

Prerequisite: Consent of Instructional Unit.

Opportunity to plan, organize and complete special projects approved by the department. [GE]