**Lower Division Courses**
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0001. Introduction to Engineering (3 s.h.) ****F**. $.
Provides an understanding of the study and practice associated with civil, electrical and mechanical engineering and technology disciplines. Understand the importance of good communications and teamwork skills in a successful engineering and technology career. Understand the basics of problem solving and design. Discipline specific labs.
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0011. Engineering Graphics (3 s.h.) ****F**** S**** SS**. $.
*Prerequisite: Plane geometry and trigonometry.*
Computer-aided geometrical construction, solids modeling, charts, orthographic and isometric drawings,
dimensioning, auxiliary views, sectioning,
geometric tolerancing, and elementary drafting
problems.
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0186. Engineering Analysis and Applications (2 s.h.) **** S**.
*Prerequisite: Math 0085, CIS 0071.*
This course introduces the programming environment of Matlab, and reviews of programming concepts through engineering applications and examples. Topics covered include numerical solution of various mathematical problems, such as, nonlinear equations, matrix equations, interpolation, curve fitting, differentiation and integration, optimization, differential equations.
**Upper Division Courses**
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0131. Engineering Statics (3 s.h.) ****F**.
*Prerequisite: Math C086 and Physics C087.*
Vector mechanics of force and moment
systems in two and three dimensions, freebody
diagrams and the static equilibrium of
structures, centroids, moments of inertia,
frictional systems, shearing force, and bending
moment diagrams.
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0132. Engineering Dynamics (3 s.h.) **** S**** SS**.
*Prerequisite: ENGR 0131 and Math C086.*
A vector approach to the study of the
rectilinear and curvilinear motion of particles
and rigid bodies as described by rectangular,
polar, and path coordinates and the study of
the forces that produce such motion as
described through the application of Newton's
second law of motion, work-energy
relationships, and impulse and momentum
principles, including rigid body rotation and
relative motion.
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0133. Mechanics of Solids (3 s.h.) **** S**** SS**.
*Prerequisite: ENGR 0131.*
Classical approach to axial stress and strain,
torsion, bending, combined stress, biaxial
stress, deflection of beams and frames, elastic
strain energy, pressure vessels, column
stability, and buckling.
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0134. Engineering Statics/Dynamics (3 s.h.) ****F**.
*Prerequisite: Physics C087 and Math C086.*
Vector mechanics of force and moment systems in two and three dimensions, free body diagrams and the static equilibrium of structures, centroids, area and mass of the rectilinear and curvilinear motion of particles as described by rectangular, polar and path coordinates and the study of the forces that produce such motion using Newton's second law of motion, work-energy relationships, and impulse-momentum techniques. An overview of rigid body rotation is presented.
**Note:** This course for E.E. majors only.
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W233. Materials Science for Engineers (3 s.h.) ****F**** S**** SS**. Core: WI.
*Prerequisite: Chemistry C071, ENGR 0133 and Junior standing.*
Atomic and molecular structures, bonding and
interatomic forces, thermodynamics and
kinetics of solid reactions, mechanical,
electronic, and magnetic properties of solids.
Design projects with written reports.
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W241. Economic Analysis (3 s.h.) ****F**** S**. Core: WI.
*Prerequisite: Junior standing.*
The objectives of the course are to learn about economic analysis tools and communication skills for engineers. The economics component places an emphasis on engineering problems and projects, where measures of merit such as present worth, rate of return, and benefit / cost ratio are used in problem solving.
Written communication techniques, for improving the clarity of technical documents are discussed, along with systematic methods to improve oral presentation skills.
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0253. Mechanics of Fluids (3 s.h.) **** S**.
*Prerequisite: MATH 0251, ENGR 0132 and ENGR 0133.*
General physical properties of fluids. Fluid
statics and pressure measurements.
Kinematics of fluid motion. Conservation laws
in control volume and differential forms with
applications. Bernoulli's equation and irrotation
flow. Viscous flow in pipes and flow
measurements. Boundary layer concepts.
Numerical methods. Design project.
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0271. Classical and Statistical Thermodynamics (3 s.h.) ****F**** S**** SS**.
*Prerequisite: Physics C087, C088, MATH C076 or C086.*
The study of the concepts, theory, and
application of energy and entropy from a
classical and statistical viewpoint.
**Note:** Special Authorization for Non-Majors. Open to all engineering majors.
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0310. Computer-Aided Design - (CAD) (3 s.h.) ****F**** S**. $.
*Prerequisite: ENGR 0011, ENGR 0131, ENGR 132, ENGR 0133.*
Introduction to Computer Aided Design (CAD) using state of the art ANSYS finite element program. The focus is to train students to perform advanced two- and three- dimensional solid modeling/stress analysis using ANSYS finite element software for solving and designing complex mechanical structures. It is expected that before taking this course that students have fundamental understanding of statics, dynamics, and solid mechanics concepts. Design projects will be given where students will have to design, analyze, and manufacture structural designs.
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0360. Engineering Seminar (1 s.h.) ****F**.
*Prerequisite: Senior standing.*
Preparation for entering the professional world
of engineering. Includes job placement,
professional registration, ethics, professional
societies, case studies, and guest speakers.
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W361 and W362. Senior Design Project I and II (3 s.h. each) ****F**** S**. Core: WI. $.
*Prerequisite: English W102, senior standing in the student's department, and completion of 90 s.h.*
Team oriented engineering system design
problems of various types. Topics proposed
and orally presented by students in the initial
stage of the course sequence. At completion,
the project is demonstrated during an oral
presentation and a final written report.
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0380-0381-0382. Co-Op Work Experience I, II, and III (2 - 4 s.h. each) ****F**** S**** SS**.
*Prerequisite: 30 semester hours of course work or sophomore standing.*
Each is a prerequisite to the course that
follows. Work experience in industry,
governmental agencies, or educational
institutions is arranged through the co-op
coordinator of the College of Engineering (15
weeks, 40 hours/week).
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0390. Independent Study in Engineering (2 - 6 s.h.) ****F**** S**** SS**.
*Prerequisite: Special authorization required.*
Arranged each semester, please consult with the instructor.
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0398. Independent Research in Engineering (2 - 6 s.h.) **
*Prerequisite: Special authorization required.*
Arranged each semester, please consult with the instructor.
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