ENGR 1211 Engr Graphics and Design I
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites MATH 1112 or MATH 1113 with a C or higher.
Corequisites MATH 1112 or MATH 1113 with a C or higher.
Requirements See section 1310.50 for Learning Support and ESL placement information.
Description

An introduction to engineering graphics and design, this is the first of a two-course sequence, offering hands-on instruction in the use of an industry-leading computer-aided design software system to produce two-dimensional drawings. Topics include the fundamentals of engineering graphics and design, geometric construction, the engineering design process, and drawing composition with emphasis on industry practice.

ENGR 1212 Enginering Graphics and Design II
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites ENGR 1211 and MATH 1112 or MATH 1113, each with a C or higher
Description

A continuation of ENGR 1211, this course introduces the principles of computer-assisted graphics and engineering design, with emphasis on the fundamentals of the design process. Integrates the creation of multiview and orthographic drawings with freehand sketching and two- and three- dimensional modeling techniques, using industry standard computer-assisted graphics and design software. Orthographic and isometric projections, auxiliary and section views, dimensioning and tolerancing practices, holes, gears and threaded fasteners are presented, focusing on engineering models and manufacturing processes.

ENGR 1603 Introduction To Engineering
Credit Hours 3.0
Corequisites MATH 1112 or MATH 1113 with a C or higher.
Description

This course provides students with an overview of various engineering disciplines to assist them in making well-informed career choices in the profession. Key topics include exploring the nature of the field and career opportunities in civil, chemical, electrical, mechanical, and other major disciplines; tools of technical communication; recording and analyzing data; dimensional analysis; computational techniques of approximate solutions; and basic statistical tools for quality control.

ENGR 1671 Computing Fundamentals For Engineers
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites CSC 1301 and PHYS 2211, both with a C or higher
Description

This course introduces computing principles and programming practices with an emphasis on the design, construction, analysis, and implementation of algorithms in engineering problem-solving using a high level programming language appropriate to engineering.

ENGR 2040 Electric Circuit Analysis
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites PHYS 2212
Corequisites MATH 2652
Description

This course is an introduction to the analysis of electrical circuits and networks. Topics include resistive circuits, network topology, network analysis, capacitive and inductive circuits, AC circuits, AC power, time- and frequency-domain analysis, mutual inductance, and one- and two- port networks.

ENGR 2605 Statics
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites PHYS 2211 and PHYS 2211L
Corequisites MATH 2212
Description

The principles of statics in two and three dimensions are covered. Other topics are internal forces in trusses, frames, machines, and continuous beams, dry friction, and centroids or centers of mass of curves, areas, and volumes.

ENGR 2606 Dynamics
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites ENGR 2605
Description

Topics of study include kinematics and kinetics of rigid bodies in plane motion.