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ENGR Undergraduate Courses

Lower Division Courses

ENGR 100 ENERGY FOR SOCIETY (3-2-4) (F/S) (Area III)

A general interest course having no prerequisite. A basic understanding of energy and how it has been put to use is developed to promote a better understanding of our present technological society with its energy, environmental, social, and political problems. Alternative as well as conventional energy solutions are considered.

ENGR 102 THE ETHICAL DIMENSIONS OF TECHNOLOGY (3-0-3)(F/S)(Area I)

The ethical obligations of those who exercise technology on behalf of the larger society. Discusses the moral obligations of engineer’s in their personal lives and professional practice. By focusing on the ethical dilemmas encountered by prominent engineers, this course introduces a discussion of virtue, duty, utility, discourse, and care ethics.

ENGR 110 ENGINEERING WITH PRE-CALCULUS (1-6-4) (F/S)

An engineering course to be taken in conjunction with pre-calculus. Introduction to the engineering profession, fundamentals of the engineering process, engineering applications of algebra and trigonometry as well as time management study skills. COREQ: MATH 147.

ENGR 120 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING (1-4-3) (F/S)

The engineering profession and professional organizations, application of computer software to solving engineering problems, and introduction to the design process. Student design projects emphasize critical thinking and teamwork, and require oral and written presentations. PREREQ: MATH 147 or MATH 143 and MATH 144.

ENGR 150 RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE SEMINAR: ENGINEERING (1-0-1) (F,S)

First-year Engineering Residential College participants will explore aspects of success in engineering through a series of academic, community service, and team building activities. May be repeated for credit. PREREQ: PERM/INST.

ENGR 210 ENGINEERING STATICS (3-0-3) (F/S)

Force and moment equilibria applied to engineering systems including structures and machines. Two and three dimensional applications of scalars and vectors, free body diagrams, and methods and procedures of engineering analysis. PREREQ: ENGR 120, MATH 175 and PHYS 211.

ENGR 220 ENGINEERING DYNAMICS (3-0-3) (F/S)

Kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies using concepts of force and acceleration, working and energy, and impulse and momentum. PREREQ: ENGR 210.

ENGR 240 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS (3-0-3) (F,S)

A concise overview of the basic concepts, methods, and tools employed in the broad field of electrical and electronic engineering. Provides a foundation for use through out a career in engineering or science to understand, analyze, and improve systems that incorporate electronic circuits or electrical machinery/equipment. Basic circuit theory, analog and digital electronic components/circuits, communication circuits, power distribution circuits, and AC/DC machines. PREREQ: ENGR 120, and PHYS 212. COREQ: MATH 333.

ENGR 245 INTRODUCTION TO MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING (3-0-3) (F,S)

Application of basic principles of physics and chemistry to the engineering properties of materials. Development of a fundamental understanding of structure, property, processing, and performance relationships in all classes of materials including metals, ceramics, polymers and electronic materials. PREREQ: CHEM 111, ENGR 120 and MATH 170.

ENGR 245L MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING LABORATORY (0-3-1) (F,S)

Practical experience in testing and processing of engineering materials, data acquisition, data analysis, and technical communication. COREQ: ENGR 245.

ENGR 250 RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE SEMINAR: ENGINEERING (1-0-1)(F/S)

Returning Engineering Residential College participants will explore aspects of success in engineering through a series of academic, community service, and team building activities. May be repeated for credit. PREREQ: PERM/INST

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Upper Division Courses

ENGR 310 STATICS AND MECHANICS OF MATERIALS FOR BUILDING CONSTRUCTION (4-0-4)(F)

Principles of structural analysis in the design, specification, and construction of buildings. Forces and their components; static equilibrium; friction; section properties; stresses and deformations of elastic solids, combined stresses. PREREQ: MATH 160 or MATH 170, PHYS 111 or PERM/INST.

ENGR 320 THERMODYNAMICS I (3-0-3) (F/S)

Thermodynamic properties of fluids, 1-D heat transfer, compression and expansion work, system and process analysis applying the first and second laws of thermodynamics, basic heat engine and heat pump theory, and cycles. PREREQ: CHEM 111, MATH 175, and PHYS 211.

ENGR 330 FLUID MECHANICS (3-0-3) (F/S)

Physical properties of fluids, fluid mechanics, measurements, viscous flow, turbulent flow, momentum, lift, drag, boundary layer effects, pipe flow, and open channel flow. PREREQ: ENGR 210, MATH 275, MATH 333.

ENGR 331 FLUID MECHANICS LAB (0-3-1) (F/S)

Fluid mechanics experiments, measurements, data acquisition, and data analysis. Viscosity, fluid statistics, hydraulics, computational fluid dynamics, pipe flow, turbulence, drag, and lift. COREQ: ENGR 330.

ENGR 350 ENGINEERING MECHANICS OF MATERIALS (3-0-3) (F/S)

Principles of stress, strain, and deformation applied to the analysis of engineering structures including beams, shafts, and columns. PREREQ: ENGR 210.

ENGR 360 ENGINEERING ECONOMY (3-0-3) (F/S)

Economic analysis and comparison of engineering alternatives by annual-cost, present-worth, capitalized cost, and rate-of-return methods; income tax considerations. PREREQ: Junior standing.

ENGR 375 MICROGRAVITY UNIVERSITY (1-0-1)(F/S)

Application of science and engineering theory through proposal writing and design of experiments for microgravity flights on NASA aircraft. May be repeated for credit. PREREQ: PERM/INST.

ENGR 475 MICROGRAVITY UNIVERSITY (1-0-1)(F/S)

Application of science and engineering theory through proposal writing and design of experiments for microgravity flights on NASA aircraft. May be repeated for credit. PREREQ: PERM/INST.

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