Course Descriptions

Course NumberCourse TitleCreditsDescriptionCompetencies
EGR100Engineering Orientation1Introduction to the engineering disciplines and the engineering profession. Considerations in choosing an engineering curriculum. Information concerning college policies, procedures and resources. Opportunities to interact with engineering departments at a four-year institution.Loading...
EGR150Engineering FORTRAN2The FORTRAN language in batch and interactive modes with an emphasis on solutions to engineering problems. Prerequisite: MAT 130 must be taken concurrently with or prior to this courseLoading...
EGR151Engineering Visual BASIC2This course provides students with a solid foundation in structured programming skills for the solution of engineering problems. Students will analyze problems, design solution algorithms, translate the algorithm to Visual BASIC computer code and present the solutions to the problems. Prerequisite: Minimum ALEKS score of 61 OR Prerequisite/Corequisite: MAT 130 OR MAT 211Loading...
EGR152Engineering MATLAB2This course provides students with a solid foundation in structured programming skills for the solution of engineering problems. Students will analyze problems, design solution algorithms, translate the algorithm to MATLAB and Simulink computer code and present the solutions of the problems. Prerequisite: Minimum ALEKS score of 61 OR Prerequisite/Corequisite: MAT 130 OR MAT 211Loading...
EGR155Engineering C/C++2Learn to solve engineering problems by computer using the C/C++ language. Emphasis is placed on program logic, organization and numerical methods. Prerequisite: Minimum ALEKS score of 61 OR Prerequisite/Corequisite: MAT 130 OR MAT 211Loading...
EGR161Engineering Computations2This course includes the organization, solution and presentation of engineering problems. Topics include S.I. units and selected engineering topics. Prerequisite: MAT 130 must be taken concurrently or prior to this courseLoading...
EGR166Engr Graphics/Concptl Design4An integration of conceptual design, engineering graphics and computer-aided design. This course includes orthographic projection applied to three-dimensional geometry and engineering drawing, as well as instrument and free hand application to an open-ended project that includes a formal engineering report. Prerequisite: MAT 130 must be taken concurrently with or prior to this courseLoading...
EGR180Statics3This course includes the vector and scalar analysis of coplanar and non-coplanar force systems, equilibrium concepts, friction, centroids, moments and products of inertia. Mohr's circle, radius of gyration, internal forces, shear and bending moment diagram. Prerequisite: PHY 213. Corequisite: MAT 217 must be taken concurrently with or prior to this courseLoading...
EGR926Honors Seminar1Discussion seminar whose topics will include a range of subjects determined by students' interest. Students will write in preparation for and response to in-class discussions. May be repeated.Loading...