Skip to main content
Go! Register for Spring today!

Engineering (ENGR) 2016-2017


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 concurrently) or higher 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 concurrently) or higher Lab fee: $25.00

 

ENGR 2030 Dynamics (A, SP, SU) 4 credits

This course will introduce fundamental concepts of vector mechanics of particles and rigid bodies in motion, Newton's laws of translational and rotational motion and relationships between forces acting on a body and its motion.
Lecture: 4 hours
Prerequisites: ENGR 2040 Lab fee: $4.00

 

ENGR 2040 Statics & Intro to Mechanics of Materials (A, SP, SU)4 credits


This course will introduce fundamental concepts of vector mechanics of particles and rigid bodies at rest, fundamental concepts of reactions of external supports of bodies in equilibrium, common engineering structures such as trusses, frames, and machines, geometric and inertial properties of solid bodies, stress distributions under various loadings including pure shear, axial, torsion, and bending loadings.
Lecture: 4 hours
Prerequisites: ENGR 1181; PHYS 1250; MATH 1152 or MATH 1172
Lab fee: $4.00

 

>ENGR 2350 Engineering Thermal Sciences (A, SP, SU) 4 credits

This course will introduce fundamental concepts of energy and laws of thermodynamics, entropy, Carnot and gas power cycles, fundamental concepts of fluid statics, Bernoulli's Theorem, and fundamental concepts of heat transfer.
Lecture: 4 hours
Prerequisites: MATH 2174 or MATH 2255 or MATH 2415;
PHYS 1250
Lab fee: $4.00