20. Engineering Mechanics: Statics (3)
Prerequisite: Math 77 (or concurrently), Phys 5A. Analysis of force systems, equilibrium problems, section properties; graphic, algebraic, and vector methods of problem solution. (2 lecture, 2 lab hours)
26. Engineering Graphics (3)
Prerequisite: Math 75 (or concurrently). Principles and applications of orthographic projection and descriptive geometry to the solution of engineering problems. (2 3-hour lecture labs)
27. Graphics for Electrical Engineering (3)
Prerequisite: Engr 70, Math 75. Principles of electrical and electronics drafting; production drawings, drawing structure and hierarchy; engineering graphs and display of data;.computer programming for graphics; transformations and other mathematical operations for interactive graphics; graphics terminal and interactive devices familiarization. practice, and application.
31. Engineering Materials (3)
Prerequisite (or concurrently); Chem 8, Phys 5A. Fundamental nature and properties of engineering materials; structure of matter and its effect on mechanical, electrical, magnetic, and thermal properties.
70. FORTRAN 77 Programming (2)
Prerequisite: Algebra, trigonometry. Flowcharting, program structure, computation and arithmetic functions, input-output, transfer of control, looping, subscripted variables, subprograms, file processing, printer plotting techniques, terminal and batch processing procedures. (Former Fortran IV)
100. Technology and Society (3)
Prerequisite: junior standing. Technological developments and their effects on society; ecology and environment; selected examples.
110. Principles of Electrical Circuits (3)
Prerequisite: Engr 70, Phys 5B, Math 81 (or concurrently), Direct-current circuit analysis; circuit theorems; transient phenomena in RLC circuits; phasor concept; sinusoidal steady-state response; power and RMS calculations in single-phase and polyphase alternating-current circuits; principles of electrical instruments; computer solutions. (Former EE 110)
110L. Principles of Electrical Circuits Laboratory (1 )
Prerequisite: Engr 26, Engr 27 (or concurrently). Experiments on direct- and alternating-current circuits, including single-phase and polyphase systems. Use of electrical instruments, development of laboratory techniques, and verification of basic principles. (3 lab hours) ( Former EE 110L)
112. Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics (3)
Prerequisite: Engr 20. Development of principles of kinematics and kinetics in engineering.
115. Home Applications of Engineering (2)
Prerequisite: junior standing or permission of instructor. Management of household and yard appliances, underlying principles of their operation, installation, and maintenance; lighting For utility and aesthetics; safety. (2 lecture/demonstration hours)
116. Fluid Mechanics (3)
Prerequisite: Chem 1A, Engr 112 (or concurrently). Fundamentals of fluid mechanics as applied to engineering problems.
116L. Fluid Mechanics Laboratory (1)
Prerequisite: Engr 116 (or concurrently). Applications of experimental methods used in engineering practice to fluid systems. (3 lab hours)
121. Mechanics of Materials (3)
Prerequisite: Engr 20. Application of principles of mechanics to find stresses and deformations in machine and structural members.
121L. Mechanics of Materials Laboratory (1)
Prerequisite: Engr 121 (or concurrently), Engr. 31. Application of the principles and methods of testing to verify theory and determine limitations of principles of mechanics of materials. (3 lab hours)
122. Advanced Mechanics of Materials (3)
Prerequisite: Engr 121, Engr 70, Math 81. Advanced topics in mechanics of materials.
136. Thermodynamics (3)
Prerequisite: Chem 8, Engr 1 12 (or concurrently) ' Fundamentals of thermodynamics, and heat transfer as applied to engineering problems.
136L. Thermodynamics Laboratory (1)
Prerequisite: ME 117, Engr 136 (or concurrently). Applications of experimental methods as used in engineering practice to thermofluid systems. (3 lab hours)
160. Engineering Economy (2)
Prerequisite: upper division standing in engineering. Importance of economic analyses of problems in engineering and in management decision making; interest, depreciation, income tax, classification of costs, break-even and minimum cost points, economic comparisons of alternatives, economy of replacement.
161. Legal Aspects of Engineering (2)
Prerequisite: senior standing in engineering. Development of law, canons of ethics, torts, principles of contracts, contracting procedure and specifications, property, negotiable instruments, sales, agency and patents; preparation of reports.
173. Analog Computation (2)
Prerequisite: Phys 5B, Math 77 (or concurrently). Introduction to electronic analog computer programming,
182. Engineering Writing (2)
Prerequisite: senior project (or concurrently.) Preparation of applications, forms, letters, reports, and specifications. Substance of final report: senior project investigation.
191T. Topics in Engineering (1-4; max total 8)
Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Investigation of selected engineering subjects not in current courses.
192. E.I.T. Review (3)
Preparation for Engineer-in-Training Examination. Basic mathematics, chemistry, statics, dynamics, mechanics of materials, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, electrical theory, materials, science, economic analysis.
205. Computing in Engineering Analysis (3)
Prerequisite: graduate status in engineering. Solution of engineering problems using digital computation. Modeling of engineering systems for numerical analysis.
221. Incompressible Fluids (3)
Prerequisite: Graduate status in engineering. The kinematics of liquids and gases, LaGrangian and Eulerian frames of reference. Equations of motion. Potential motion and potential functions. Stream functions.
231. Structures and Structural Dynamics (3)
Prerequisite: Graduate status in engineering. Analysis of elastic beams, frames, plates, and shells. Response of structures to transient and steady-state forcing functions.
290. Independent Study (1-3; max total 3)
Prerequisite: graduate status in engineering. See Academic Placement -- Independent Study.
291T. Topics in Engineering (1-3; max total 6)
Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Investigation of selected engineering topics. May be offered with a lab.
298. Project (3; max total 3)
Prerequisite: graduate status in engineering. See Criteria for Thesis and Project. Independent investigation of advanced character such as analysis and/or design of special engineering systems or projects; critical review of state of the art of special topics, as the culminating requirement for the master's degree. Abstract required.
299. Thesis (6; max total 6)
Prerequisite: See Criteria for Thesis and Project. Preparation, completion, and submission of an acceptable thesis for master's degree.
(See Course Numbering System.)
311. Professional Examination Review
(2; may be repeated in different fields)
321. Professional Engineering Seminar
(1-3; may be repeated in different fields)
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