Designed to help engineering students understand the learning process, acquire essential academic survival skills, and to learn the necessary study skills for engineering. This course is an equivalent for COLL 100 for students in Engineering and Engineering Technology.
Prerequisite: MATH 110 or appropriate placement test score. Introduction to software tools (computer aided design drafting, word processing, spreadsheets) with application to professional engineering practice. Principles of engineering design. A semester long group project designed and built by students in an integral part of the course.
Prerequisites: CHEM 111. Introduction to the structure and properties of metals and alloys. Introduction to processes used to modify the structure and properties of metallic materials, including alloying, deformation and heat treating.
Prerequisites: MATH 180 and COLL 100. Includes analysis and synthesis of structured computer algorithms in Visual Basic Applications for Excel and MATLAB. These tools will be used to solve engineering problems and present data graphically.
Prerequisites: MATH 190. An introduction to statistical methods in engineering dealing with basic probability, statistical distribution functions, confidence intervals, significance tests, and sampling. Limited treatment of curve-fitting and time-series analysis. Structured programming in Matlab.
Prerequisite: MATH 190 & PHYS 220. Properties of pure substance, work and heat, the first law of thermodynamics, the second law of thermodynamics, entropy, irreversibility, exergy (availability), and some power and refrigeration cycles. Introduction to heat transfer, thermal conduction, convective heat transfer, and thermal radiation.
Prerequisite: MATH 190 & PHYS 220. Resultants of force systems, including couples in two and three dimensions, centroids, equilibrium of force systems, friction, and vector methods, moments of inertia, shear and bending moment diagrams.
Prerequisite: ENGR 229. Principles of kinematics, kinetics, and moments of inertia. Engineering applications and vector methods.
Prerequisite: PHYS 221 or concurrent enrollment in PHYS 221. DC Steady-state Circuit analysis, Node and Mesh analysis, Independent and Dependent Sources, Capacitors and Inductors, Op-Amps, Transient analysis, AC Analysis.
Prerequisite: ENGR 229. Introduction to the techniques of determining stresses and strains in mechanical and structural components.