Engineering

ENR 100: ENGINEERING AND TECH INTRO SEM

Designed for students in Engineering Science (ENR) and Electrical Technology (ELT) curricula, this course will focus on personal development and effective strategies for successful completion of the AS and AAS degrees. Personal educational goals and curriculum management, transfer and employment opportunities, technical reading and writing, math and computer skills, communication skills and using college resources will be among the topics examined in the seminar.

Credits: 1
Type: Lecture
Attributes: Intro Seminar
Department: Engineer, Arch & Computer Tech

All sections for this course:  Spring 2014  Summer 2014  Fall 2014


ENR 101: INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING

An introduction to the field of engineering. Topics include exploring the various engineering disciplines, engineering analysis and design methods, engineering economics and statistics, engineering ethics, the impact of engineering on society, life long learning, and using engineering tools in practice. These concepts are emphasized and applied in hands on problem solving situations that require teamwork, research and documentation. Students will create a design for manufacturing prototype and deliver their design solution results through the engineering reporting process. Prerequisite MAT 184

Credits: 2
Type: Online Lab, Online, Lecture, Lab
Attributes: Elective
Department: Engineer, Arch & Computer Tech

All sections for this course:  Spring 2014  Summer 2014  Fall 2014


ENR 102: COMPUTER PROGRMMNG FOR ENGNRS

A course in computer programming using a high level programming language as a tool to solve engineering problems. Topics include programming structure, decisions, repetition, arrays, functions, data files, addresses and pointers and object oriented design. Note: Students must register for both a lecture and a lab. Prerequisite: MAT185 or MAT221 or MAT222 or MAT223 or MAT224.

Credits: 3
Type: Lecture, Lab, Lecture/Lab
Department: Engineer, Arch & Computer Tech

All sections for this course:  Spring 2014  Summer 2014  Fall 2014


ENR 106: STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL

This course introduces the student to basic statistical tools for quality control and improvement. The course covers Statistical Process Control (SPC) in depth and contrasts SPC with Acceptance Sampling. The course also includes a discussion of process capability and an introduction to quality improvement through the statistical design of experiments. The current state of statistical software is established through demonstrations. This course may be offered off-campus and may be cross-registered with regional community colleges. Prerequisite: MAT 184 with a grade of C or better.

Credits: 3
Type: Online, Lecture
Department: Engineer, Arch & Computer Tech

All sections for this course:  Spring 2014  Summer 2014  Fall 2014


ENR 201: INTRO ELEC CIRCUITS & NETWORKS

This course provides the student with the basic tools needed to analyze the circuits and systems he/she will encounter in electrical engineering. Topics include basic circuit concepts, Kirchhoff’s Laws, basic network topology, mesh analysis, nodal analysis, superposition, Thevenin’s Theorem, Norton’s Theorem, maximum power transfer, initial conditions, the classical solutions of first and second order differential equations, sinusoidal steady state analysis, Phasor concepts, impedance and admittance, effective values, phasor diagrams, AC power relationships, power factor, apparent and complex power, pf correction, and 3-phase circuits. Laboratory assignments will require students to analyze data using computer programming skills, use of the software package Multisim for circuit analysis, and practice writing both formal and informal reports. Prerequisite: Proficiency with computer software including word processing and spreadsheets. Corequisite: MAT 223 and PHY152.

Credits: 4
Type: Online Lab, Online, Lecture, Lab
Department: Engineer, Arch & Computer Tech

All sections for this course:  Spring 2014  Summer 2014  Fall 2014


ENR 204: MECHANICS OF MATERIALS

A first engineering-level course in the mechanics of materials. The major emphasis is on how materials react in the elastic range of stress before permanent deformation takes place. Computer analysis is included where appropriate. Topics include the basic concepts of stress and strain, properties of various materials, working stress, factors of safety; torsional and flexural stresses; analysis of beams and columns, combined stresses, and welded, bolted and riveted connections. Both English and SI units are used. Prerequisite: ENR 208

Credits: 4
Type: Lecture
Department: Engineer, Arch & Computer Tech

All sections for this course:  Spring 2014  Summer 2014  Fall 2014


ENR 207: ENGINEERING MATERIALS SCIENCE

This course is a study of the fundamental characteristics of solid materials and their applications in engineering. Included are crystalline and noncrystalline materials; metals, ceramics, polymers and composites. The course analyzes the mechanical, thermal, optical, electrical, magnetic and surface properties of various materials. A design project is required. Note: Students must register for both a lecture and a lab. Prerequisites: CHE 121 and PHY 152 or permission of the instructor.

Credits: 4
Type: Online Lab, Online, Lecture, Lab, Lecture/Lab
Attributes: Elective
Department: Engineer, Arch & Computer Tech

All sections for this course:  Spring 2014  Summer 2014  Fall 2014


ENR 208: ENGINEERING STATICS

A study of static force systems. Vectorial and conventional techniques are used in problem solving. Topics included are: properties of force systems, free-body analysis, particles, rigid bodies, trusses, frames and machines, internal forces in structural members, properties of area and mass, and friction. Prerequisites: PHY 151 and MAT 222.

Credits: 3
Type: Lecture
Department: Engineer, Arch & Computer Tech

All sections for this course:  Spring 2014  Summer 2014  Fall 2014


ENR 209: ENGINEERING DYNAMICS

A study of dynamic force systems. Vectorial and conventional techniques are used in problem solving. Topics included are: properties of force systems, free-body analysis, particles, rigid bodies, properties of area and mass, kinematics, kinetics, energy methods and momentum methods. Prerequisite: ENR 208 or departmental permission.

Credits: 3
Type: Lecture
Department: Engineer, Arch & Computer Tech

All sections for this course:  Spring 2014  Summer 2014  Fall 2014


ENR 215: SURVEYING I

This course is an introduction to the field of surveying. Students will learn what surveying encompasses and what further course of study is required to become licensed as a Professional Land Surveyor. Students will learn how to use modern land surveying equipment such as automatic levels and total station theodolites. Students will learn how to integrate the use of field equipment into the production of topographic maps. During this entire process, students will be introduced to the standards of map making and the fundamentals of land surveying. Prerequisite: MAT 131 with a grade C or better, or departmental permission. Students must have the ability to use a compass, protractor and engineer¿s scale.

Credits: 3
Type: Lecture, Lab, Lecture/Lab
Department: Engineer, Arch & Computer Tech

All sections for this course:  Spring 2014  Summer 2014  Fall 2014


ENR 220: DIGITAL CIRCUIT DESIGN

This course focuses on the design of digital electronic circuits used in both computing and control applications. Topics include Boolean algebra and reduction, Karnaugh mapping, design using FPGA CPLDs, arithmetic circuits including the ALU, state machine design, multiplexing, memory and addressing, and the processor clock cycle. Prerequisites: ELT115 with a grade of C or better, or departmental permission.

Credits: 3
Type: Lecture, Lab, Lecture/Lab
Department: Engineer, Arch & Computer Tech

All sections for this course:  Spring 2014  Summer 2014  Fall 2014


ENR 271: SPECIAL STUDY PROJECT I

A special learning experience designed by one or more students with the cooperation and approval of a faculty member. Proposed study plans require departmental approval. Projects may be based on reading, research, community service, work experience, or other activities that advance the student's knowledge and competence in the field of engineering or related areas. The student's time commitment to the project will be approximately 35-50 hours.

Credits: 1
Type: Lecture, Independent Study
Department: Engineer, Arch & Computer Tech

All sections for this course:  Spring 2014  Summer 2014  Fall 2014


ENR 272: SPECIAL STUDY PROJECT II

Similar to ENR 271, except that the student's time commitment to the project will be approximately 70-90 hours.

Credits: 2
Type: Lecture, Independent Study
Department: Engineer, Arch & Computer Tech

All sections for this course:  Spring 2014  Summer 2014  Fall 2014


ENR 273: SPECIAL STUDY PROJECT III

Similar to ENR 271, except that the student's time commitment to the project will be approximately 105-135 hours.

Credits: 3
Type: Lecture, Independent Study
Department: Engineer, Arch & Computer Tech

All sections for this course:  Spring 2014  Summer 2014  Fall 2014