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Engineering Science Courses:
EGR100 - Introduction to Engineering
Catalog Description: Introduces engineering disciplines and aspects of professionalism, as well as, the fundamental principles used in engineering analysis and design. Students will gain experience and skills in the application of these principles to projects and case studies. Legal aspects of the engineering profession will be reviewed and discussed. Prerequisite or Co-requisite: MAT 140 or higher
EGR101 - Engineering Drawing 1
Catalog Description: Uses traditional drafting methods to develop manual drafting skills for drawings and engineering-related problems. Compares CAD and manual techniques. Areas of study include use of drafting equipment, technical sketching, geometric constructions, setting up drawings, reproducing blueprints, and applying multiview projection theory in the drawing process, complying with ANSI standards. Uses spatial relationships of lines and planes in the sectional and auxiliary view techniques in drawing experiences. Requires completion of formal detailed drawings demonstrating manual drawing skills. Concurrent registration in EGR118 is highly recommended. Fall only.
EGR102 - Engineering Drawing 2
Catalog Description: Solves drafting problems using advanced drawing techniques. Compares CAD methods and manual drafting techniques. Areas of study include projection of surfaces, secondary auxiliary views, basic tolerancing, determining classes of fits, sheet metal drafting, geometric tolerancing, threads and fasteners, and metric practices. Requires completion of formal detailed drawings demonstrating manual drawing skills and advanced problem solving and visualization skills, following ANSI standards. Spring only. Prerequisite: EGR101.
EGR103 - Architectural Drawing
Catalog Description: Utilizes basic architectural drawing techniques and methods in developing a typical set of plans for a small residential home. Areas of study include drawing techniques, plan view development, elevation drawings, details, electrical plans, dimensioning practices, plot plans, and geometry in architecture. Two class hours, two lab hours. Spring only. Prerequisite: EGR 118.
EGR105 - Engineering Design Graphics 1
Catalog Description: Introduces the design process used in the engineering fields, crucial for drafters as support in engineering drafting. Uses CAD methods and sketching techniques to solve 3-D space problems. Solves problems with spatial relationships for determining true lengths, angels, surfaces, volumes and other information applying descriptive geometry methods. Students complete detailed drawings, determine volume and weight of a machined part, and present a design proposal. Two class hours, two lab hours. Fall only. Prerequisite: EGR102 and EGR119.
EGR108 - Manufacturing Processes
Catalog Description: Explores the structure of the manufacturing industry and the methods, processes and materials associated with them. Topics include structure of industry, general manufacturing processes, primary metals industry, casting, forging, machining, metal fastenings, integrated circuit manufacturing, plastic, glass and ceramic processing. Fall only.
EGR117 - Engineering Blueprint Reading
Catalog Description: Focuses on the different methods of drawing, size and shape descriptions, industrial terms, symbol identification, abbreviations and visualization skills necessary to correctly interpret production drawings. Uses industrial standards ANSI, ISO, and DOD as guidelines.
EGR118 - Computer Assisted Drafting 1
Catalog Description: Creates 2-D engineering drawings using basic CAD concepts and industrial level software. Focuses on the principles and practices common to all CAD systems used in drafting. Develops skills with operating systems, computer terminology, and functions of hardware and peripheral components within a workstation environment and using proper drafting standards. Requires drawings using different techniques, drawing constructions and dimensioning. Two class hours, two lab hours. Fall only.
EGR119 - Computer Assisted Drafting 2
Catalog Description: Uses an industrial/engineering level CAD software to generate 2-D drawings. Performs advanced techniques of the software on different drawings. Focuses on CAD software capabilities and graphic problem solving techniques. Requires drawings using various input devices and produce hard copy drawings. Two class hours, two lab hours. Spring only. Prerequisite: EGR118.
EGR215 - Commercial Building Design with REVIT
Catalog Description: Utilizes REVIT software in conjunction with commercial architectural drawing techniques and methods in developing a set of plans for a two story office building. Areas of study include plan view development, elevation drawings, details, mechanical plans, building energy usage, interior design and photo realistic rendering in 3D geometry. Prerequisite: EGR 103.
EGR220 - 3-D Solids and Modeling
Catalog Description: Introduces 3-D software to produce 3-D solids and render them as models. Performs operations for creating 3-D objects including extruding, combining, solidifying, wireframes, meshing, and determining mass properties of engineering drawings. Requires realistic rendering of objects in solid forms. Two class hours, two lab hours. Fall only. Prerequisite: EGR119.
EGR235 - Engineering Mechanics 1: Statics
Catalog Description: Comprehensive analysis of basic principles of statics, including vector and scalar treatment of multi-dimensional force systems. Studies include sectional forces in beams, cables and frames. Shear and moment diagrams that are developed using methods of joints and sections are incorporated in these studies. Free body diagrams are used to calculate forces on frames, cables and machines. A process is developed for evaluating static determinacy of multiple force systems. Frictional forces on static systems are analyzed. Other topics include an investigation of static equilibrium, resultant forces and equivalent force systems. Fall only. Prerequisite: PHY 132.
EGR236 - Engineering Mechanics 2: Dynamics
Catalog Description: Continues the study of mechanisms as applied to moving bodies. Examines position, displacement and velocity in both rectangular and polar coordinators, and Newton's laws of motion, moments and products of inertia, plane rigid body motion along with linear and angular impulse and momentum. Includes both free and forced vibration, rotating axes and coriolis acceleration, and application of D'Alembert's principles. Spring only. Prerequisite: EGR235.
EGR245 - Electrical Circuit Analysis
Catalog Description: A comprehensive study of the basic concepts of electrical circuits. Topics include resistive, inductive and capacitive circuits, Kirchhoff’s Voltage and Current laws, analysis of operational amplifiers using mesh and nodal analysis, Sinusoidal Steady State circuit analysis, power calculations and the use of Phasors to develop current and voltage calculations. Laboratory will include the use of actual circuit elements to support theory from lecture sessions and will incorporate software to simulate system analysis. Three lecture hours, three lab hours. Prerequisite: PHY132.
EGR255 - Mechanics of Solids
Catalog Description: Studies the mechanical behavior of solid bodies under various types of loading. Topics include stresses and strain, stress-strain relationships, plane stress and plain strain, shear and bending moments in beams, stresses in beams, deflection of beams, torsion of shafts, buckling of columns, energy methods and failure criteria. Prerequisite: EGR 235.