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Engineering (ENGR) 2014-2015

These are 2014-2015 course descriptions.

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The following courses are intended for students in pathways to a 4-year Engineering or other related degree at another institution. See also Engineering Technologies.

ENGR 1181 Fundamentals of Engineering I (A, SP, SU)

3 credits
This first course in the Fundamentals of Engineering sequence introduces the student to engineering career areas and hands-on skills related to engineering applications: systems, modeling and data analysis; the use of Excel and MATLAB for problem solving; effective teamwork; communication, and ethics. Students are strongly advised to complete MATH 1150 prior to enrollment in ENGR 1181 or to take it concurrently with ENGR 1181.
Lecture: 2 hours – Lab: 2 hours
Prerequisites: MATH 1150 or higher, minimum grade C
Lab fee: $25.00

ENGR 1182 Fundamentals of Engineering II (A, SP, SU)

3 credits
This second course in the Fundamentals of Engineering Sequence provides an introduction to 3D modeling and
CAD integrated with the engineering design-build process. Hands-on experience, teamwork, and project management are emphasized as well as written, oral, and visual communications. Students are strongly advised to complete MATH 1151 prior to enrollment in ENGR 1182 or to take it concurrently with ENGR 1182.
Lecture: 2 hours – Lab: 2 hours
Prerequisites: MATH 1151 or higher, minimum grade C, ENGR 1181         Lab fee: $25.00