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The Lyles College of Engineering
Engineering East, Room 124
RAM NUNNA, Interim Dean
The Lyles College of Engineering includes the following:
Courses and Programs Section
The Mission of the College
The Lyles College of Engineering provides high-quality academic programs in engineering and construction management to support the infrastructure and growth of the Central California region. With regional industry partners, these programs are linked through cooperative education opportunities, internships, projects, and course assignments.
Academic programs within the college provide support and assistive programs that enhance student comprehension and learning. Through our Pathways: College of Engineering Student Services, students can access professional development activities, tutorial services, student clubs and professional societies, and campus referrals for assistance and more.
Civil, Computer, Electrical, Geomatics, and Mechanical Engineering are nationally accredited through the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) at the same standards applied to all other engineering schools and colleges nationwide. Construction Management is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE).
The Lyles College of Engineering offers bachelor's degree programs in Civil, Computer, Electrical, Geomatics, and Mechanical Engineering, as well as in Construction Management. The college offers master's degree programs in Civil Engineering and Engineering with options in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. The college also offers an accelerated master's program that allows qualified undergraduate students to begin graduate studies at the start of the first semester of their senior year. For more information on graduate programs, refer to the section on Engineering Graduate programs found in Graduate programs.
ENGR 11. Engineering Applications (3 units)
Open to qualified high school juniors and seniors only. Selected topics in engineering that serve as an introduction to the field of engineering and technology. (Formerly ENGR 1T)
ENGR 101. Applied Engineering Analysis I (3 units)
Covers selected topics in mathematical analysis, with emphasis on applications to engineering problems. Ordinary differential equations, the LaPlace transformation, matrices and determinants, Fourier series and integrals, partial differential equations.
ENGR 102. Applied Engineering Analysis II (3 units)
Covers selected topics in mathematical analysis with emphasis on applications to engineering problems. Vector Analysis, line and surface integrals, complex variables and integrals, conformal mapping, series, residues, potential theory, special functions, probability and statistics.
ENGR 105W. Engineering and Entrepreneurship (3 units)
Prerequisites: satisfactory completion of ENGL 5B or 10, junior standing. Preparation of resumes, letters of transmittal, technical reports, research proposals, progress reports, business plans, and oral presentations. Covers using effective writing techniques in the process of commercializing a technology/process. Meets upper division-writing skills requirement for graduation. (Formerly ME191T)
ENGR 190. Independent Study (1-3)
See Academic Placement -- Independent Study. Approved for RP grading.
Civil Engineering (CE) | Construction Management (CM) | Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE)
| Engineering (ENGR) | Geomatics Engineering (GME) | Mechanical