Engineering

Transfer Guides

Classes

EGR 101 : ENGINEERING FOUNDATIONS

This course introduces the student to engineering as a profession, basic engineering skills and the design process. This course includes components to develop team and oral and written communication skills. It also provides an introduction to computer tools used by engineers (spreadsheet, word processing, presentation software, internet access).

credits

3

Corequisites

MTH 113 or MTH 115.

EGR 125 : MODERN GRAPHICS FOR ENGINEERS

This course provides an introduction to manual and computer-assisted techniques of graphic communication employed by professional engineers. Topics include: lettering; instrumental and computer-aided drafting; technical sketching; orthographic projection; pictorial, sectional, and auxiliary views; and dimensioning.

credits

3

EGR 157 : COMPUTER METHODS FOR EGR USING MATLAB

This course introduces students to the concepts and practices in using higher level computer environments to solve engineering problems. Programming environments such as MATLAB will be used.

credits

3

Prerequisites

MTH 125

EGR 220 : ENGINEERING MECHANICS-STATICS

This course includes vector algebra, force and moment systems, equilibrium of force systems, trusses, friction and property of surfaces.

credits

3

Prerequisites

PHY 213

Corequisites

MTH 227