Engineering

ENGR101R  Engineering Fundamentals- 3 Class Hours/3 Credits
Introduction to Engineering provides students with an overview of the various Engineering disciplines to assist them in making informed career choices in the profession. Students will explore the nature of the field through lecture, in-class activities including team and individual design projects and attending seminars given by engineering professionals. Lecture topics focus on the use of fundamental mathematical models for solving problems relevant to civil, chemical, electrical, mechanical, and other engineering disciplines. Also covered are tools of technical communication and engineering ethics. Engineering analysis using spreadsheets and specialty Engineering software is introduced. (Prerequisites: ENGR110R, MATH110R or Permission of Instructor)

ENGR110R  Introduction to Computer-Aided Graphics for Engineers - 2 Class Hours/3 Lab Hours/3 Credits
In this competency-based course students will learn fundamentals of drafting in a modern, networked, computer lab using AutoCAD andwith an introduction to drafting software. The course will cover the concepts and application of orthographic projection, isometric representation, and basic dimensioning. Topics also include linetype conventions, lettering, freehand sketching, geometric construction, sections, and auxiliary views. Students will be introduced to 3-D visualization using wire frame, surface an extrusion modeling techniques. This course includes instruction and laboratory activities and a final project using a 3-D printer. (Prerequisites: Matriculation in Engineering Concentration or Permission of Instructor)

ENGR201R  Introduction to Engineering Analysis and Design - 3 Class Hours/3 Credits
This is the second course in the Introduction to Engineering sequence. It is designed to build on the concepts learned in the first course but with additional depth. The course starts with an introduction to computational logic and algorithms. Students will use MATLAB and other scientific software to perform engineering analyses. New to the course is the use of the Arduino microcontroller and peripherals platform to create hands-on experiences that complement Engineering design topics. Other topics and instruction include basic statistics for process control and Design of Experiments using Minitab statistical software, introduction to Engineering economics, and a team project. Persistence in solving problems is at the heart of an Engineering curriculum and this course will challenge students to persevere. (Prerequisites: ENGR101)

ENGR205R  Manufacturing Engineering Technology Capstone - 2 Class Hours/3 Lab Hours/3 Credits
This course in Manufacturing Engineering Technology is designed to provide students with basic aspects of engineering project execution and management. Strong emphasis is placed on problem solving and professional judgment. After completing the course, students are expected to apply learned knowledge and skills to understand, analyze and implement real world engineering projects. This course is designed for individual projects but may include components requiring participation in a team.(Prerequisites: Senior status, MATH210R, ENGR201R or Permission of Instructor)

ENGR210R  Introduction to Engineering Thermodynamics - 3 Class Hours/3 Credits
This course in Thermodynamics is designed to provide students with basic theory and practice in the discipline. Strong emphasis is placed on problem solving and professional judgment. After completing the course, students are expected to apply learned knowledge and skills to understand, analyze and design different thermal components, processes and systems. (Prerequisites: MATH212R, SCI140R, SCI231R or Permission of Instructor)

ENGR220R  Statics and Strength of Material - 3 Class Hours/3 Credits
Statics and Strength of Materials is designed to provide students with basic theory and practice in the analysis and design of load bearing structures. Strong emphasis is placed on problem solving and professional judgment. After completing the course, students are expected to be able to apply learned knowledge and skill to understand, analyze and design different lead bearing structures and structural systems. (Co-Prerequisites: MATH210R, SCI131R or Permission of Instructor)

ENGR230R  Introduction to Electrical Engineering - 3 Class Hours/3Lab Hours/4 Credits
This course in Introduction to Electrical Engineering is designed to provide students with basic theory and practice in the discipline. Strong emphasis is placed on problem solving and professional judgment. After completing the course, students are expected to be able to apply learned knowledge and skills to understand, analyze and design different electrical and electronic systems. The course introduces electrical variables circuit laws, no linear and linear elements, ideal and real sources, transducers, operational amplifiers in simple circuits, external behavior of diodes and transistors, first order RC and RL circuits. It also addresses the digital representation of a signal, digital logic gates, and flip flops. A laboratory is an integral part of this course. (Co-Prerequisites: MATH210R, SC231R or Permission of Instructor)

ENGR240R  Statics - 3 Class Hours/3 Credits
Statics introduces the concepts of engineering based on forces in equilibrium. Topics include two- and three-dimensional force systems, the concept of equilibrium, analysis of trusses and frames, centroids bending moment and shear force diagrams, and friction and inertia as they apply to machines, structures, and systems. (Prerequisites: MATH210R, SCI231R or Permission of Instructor)

ENGR241R  Mechanics of Materials - 3 Class Hours/3 Credits
This course introduces strength of materials showing students how to determine the stress, strain and deflection suffered by bi-dimensional (and simple tri-dimensional structural elements when subjected to different loads (e.g. normal, shear torsion, bending and combined loads). Once the state of stresses and strains has been established for a particular structure type, the student will be able to evaluate allowable loads and associated allowable stresses before mechanical failure. (Prerequisite: ENGR240R)

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