ENGR101 2 credits
Engineering Orientation I: Careers, Skills and Computer Tools
Introduces engineering curricula, career paths, ethics, problem solving, communication, and computer programming. The first in a three-term sequence is required for all areas of engineering. Offered fall term.
ENGR102 2 credits
Engineering Orientation II: Careers, Skills and Computer Tools
Examines communication and problem-solving skills in engineering. The second in a three-term sequence is required for all areas of engineering. Offered winter term.
ENGR103 2 credits
Engineering Orientation III: Careers, Skills and Computer Tools
Examines communication and problem-solving skills in engineering. The third in a three-term sequence is required for all areas of engineering.
Electrical Fundamentals w/Lab
Examines electrical theory laws. Includes circuit analysis of DC circuits; natural, step, and sinusoidal responses of circuits; and operational amplifier characteristics and applications. Students must enroll in lecture and laboratory sections.
Electrical Fundamentals II w/Lab
ENGR211 3 credits
Analyzes forces induced in structures and machines by various types of loading.
ENGR212 3 credits
Explores kinematics, Newton’s laws of motion, work-energy theorem, and impulse-momentum relationships as applied to engineering systems.
ENGR213 3 credits
Strength of Materials
Presents the concepts of introductory mechanics of materials. Topics addressed are the concept of stress, axial stress and strain, torsion, pure bending, transverse loading, transformations of stress and strain, design of beams and shafts for strength, deflection of beams, and columns.