Engineering (ENGR)

ENGR 188 Special Studies: Engineering (1-6 Credits)

Provides an opportunity to explore an area of engineering by doing a special project or to gain practical experience by working with a professional engineer.

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ENGR 199 Selected Topics: Engineering (1-6 Credits)

This course is in development.

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ENGR 201 Electrical Fundamentals (4 Credits)

Recommended preparation: PH 202/212 and MTH 251/252.

Topics covered in this course include: DC and 1st order transient analysis, Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Law (KCL and KVL), nodal analysis, branch analysis, source transformations, Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits, maximum power transfer, operational amplifiers, inductance, capacitance, and transient response of RL and RC.

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ENGR 202 Electrical Fundamentals II (4 Credits)

Recommended preparation: ENGR 201 and MTH 251/252.

Topics covered in this course include: AC and 2nd order transient analysis, sinusoids and phasors, sinusoidal steady-state analysis, nodal analysis, branch analysis, source transformations, Thevenin's and Norton's equivalent circuits, sinusoidal steady-state power calculation, and balanced three-phase circuits.

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ENGR 211 Statics (4 Credits)

Prerequisites: MTH 251 and PH 211.

Analyzes forces induced in structures and machines by various types of loading.

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ENGR 212 Dynamics (4 Credits)

Prerequisites: ENGR 211 and MTH 252.

Studies kinematics, Newton's law of motion, and work-energy and impulse-momentum relationships as applied to engineering systems.

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ENGR 213 Strength Of Material (4 Credits)

Prerequisites: ENGR 211 and MTH 252.

Studies properties of structure materials. Analyzes stress and deformation in axially-loaded members, in circular shafts and beams and in statically indeterminate systems containing these components.

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