Opposite each course title are three numbers such as 3-2-4. The first number indicates the number of regular classroom hours for the course each week; the second number indicates the number of laboratory hours per week; and the third number indicates the hours of credit awarded for the successful completion of the course. Listed in parentheses at the end of each course description is the term(s) that the course is normally offered. F=Fall, S=Spring, and M=Summer.
The college reserves the right to cancel or delete any course with insufficient enrollment.
ENGR 1105K. Introduction to Engineering. 2-2-3 Units.
Introduction to the basic skills of engineering, including engineering design and problem solving, the fields and functions of engineering, including measurements and estimation, units, dimensions, vectors, Newton's laws, and other physical phenomenon common to many engineering problems. Laboratory exercises reinforce concepts taught in class.
Prerequisites: MATH 1113.
ENGR 1108K. Engineering Graphics. 2-3-3 Units.
Theory and application of the design process, using conventional drafting as well as computer assisted design, spatial analysis, projection theory, sketching, creative design, and geometric dimensioning. Development and interpretation of drawings and specifications.
Corequisites: MATH 2253.
ENGR 2205. Statics. 3-0-3 Units.
A study of elements of statics in two and three dimensions, free-body diagrams, distributed loads, centroids, and friction. (F,S) Prerequisite coursework must be been successfully completed within the past three terms.
Prerequisites: MATH 2253 and PHYS 2211K with a grade of C or better.
Corequisites: MATH 2254 and PHYS 2212K.
ENGR 2240. Dynamics. 3-0-3 Units.
Kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies, work-energy and impulse-momentum concepts and principles.(F, S as needed)
Prerequisites: ENGR 2205.