Engineering Science (ENGR)

ENGR 060Engineering Seminar Non-Credit0.0 SH[  ]

Non-credit version of ENGR 260. The title will be extended to describe the current topic.

ENGR 101Graphical Communications3.0 SH[  ]

This is a course in graphical communication, expression, and interpretation applicable to engineering, sciences, and other technology fields of study. The ability to visualize in three dimensions is developed through shape description, sketching, and multi-view projection exercises. The course includes, but is not limited to, the engineering and architectural scales, engineering lettering, geometric constructions, use of instruments, and dimensioning.

ENGR 160Intro Engineering Profession2.0 SH[  ]

Exploration of engineering, including fields of engineering; expectations of engineering schools; and engineering topics such as time management, project management, CAD design, modeling, computing, fabrication, and ethical issues.

ENGR 180Project Management3.0 SH[  ]

A hands-on course for learning the basic principles of planning, implementing, and managing a project. Students will participate as team members in a community-based project and will analyze the project, integrating what they are learning with their personal experience. The course will emphasize problem solving, effective communication, ethics, and citizenship.

ENGR 201Engineering Mechanics:Statics3.0 SH[  ]

This course is to introduce students to some fundamental principles of the mechanics and their applications to problems of engineering. It is also geared towards helping students to thoroughly understand the presentation of the theory and its appplication to all disciplines of engineering as one decides to choose (civil, mechanical, electrical, computer, etc.) and stimulate an interest in engineering.
Prerequisite: MATH 182 (may be taken concurrently) and PHYS 201.

ENGR 202Engineering Mechanics:Dynamics3.0 SH[  ]

This course is an application of the fundamental concepts of mechanics, including resultants of force systems, free-body diagrams, equilibrium of rigid bodies, and analyses of structures as studied in ENGR 201.
Prerequisite: PHYS 201, MATH 182, and ENGR 201.

ENGR 203Mechanics of Materials3.0 SH[  ]

This course is the branch of mechanics that deals with the relationship between external loads and reactions and the intensities of the internal loads within a deformable body. For the design of a structure or verification of the safety of an existing structure, it is necessary to determine the forces acting on and within the structural members.
Prerequisite: ENGR 201 and MATH 380 (may be taken concurrently) with a grade of "C" or better in both courses.

ENGR 204Mech. Engr. Student Design3.0 SH[  ]

This course familiarizes students with the operation and safety of machine tools. This gives students knowledge of what goes into engineering designs in building a prototype and also enables them to operate shop machinery as a part of future courses.

ENGR 206Elect. Engr. Circuit Analysis4.0 SH[  ]

This lab course introduces fundamental circuit analysis for EE or other engineering majors. Topics include Ohm's Law, KCL, KVL, mesh and node-based circuit analysis, op amps, RLC circuits, sinusoidal analysis and phasors, and three-phase power. Emphasis on intuitive circuit comprehension using equivalences, superposition, etc. Lab activities emphasize both simulated and physical circuits.
Prerequisite: MATH 181 with a grade of C or higher.

ENGR 2423-D Printing Technology4.0 SH[GESL]

This course provides an overview of open-source hardware in theory and practice introducing the Maker movement and 3-D printing. Each student builds a custom 3D printer and designs objects for printing using a variety of open-source software design programs. The body of the course involves using the 3D printer and design software for a progressive series of projects.
Class Level Restriction: Junior and Senior only
Fee=$100.00.

ENGR 260Engineering Seminar1.0 SH[  ]

Topics will vary based on the needs and interests of the students and instructor, and the title will be extended to describe the current topic. May be taken eight times up to a total of eight semester hours provided the topics differ.
Prerequisite: ENGR 160.

ENGR 262Computer Hardware Architecture5.0 SH[  ]

Digital electronic logic explored in theory and laboratory from simple switching to electronic architecture of digital computers. Topics include electronic valving and switching, logic-gate design, Boolean algebraic proofs of gate equivalence, counters, registers, arithmetic, operations, memory addressing and information transfer, microprogramming, interfacing and control.
Prerequisite: MATH 261.

ENGR 279Engineering Project Proposal1.0 SH[  ]

Students research and prepare an engineering project proposal in preparation for ENGR 280. The proposal must be approved by engineering science faculty prior to taking ENGR 280. May be taken four times up to a total of four semester hours provided the projects differ.
Prerequisite: ENGR 180.

ENGR 280Engineering Projects1.0-6.0 SH[  ]

A hands-on course that allows students to learn vital lessons through active participation in a project. Topics may vary between offerings and are chosen according to needs and interests of students and instructor. The title will be extended to describe the current topic. May be offered for variable credit from one to six semester hours. May be taken eight times up to a total of 48 semester hours regardless of the topic.

ENGR 340Prof Integrity in Engineering3.0 SH[  ]

This course emphasizes the need for technical professionals to develop personal integrity and moral character in order to benefit society. Students will develop an appreciation for the global context of their decisions, the ability to make sound ethical decisions, and communicate their ideas effectively. This course also explores the impact of engineering and applied science on society.
Class Level Restriction: Junior and Senior only.