ENGR 1 Introduction to Engineering
2 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: ENGR 110)
Lecture: 18 Lab: 54
Engineering professions including academic requirements, licensure, articulation agreements with four-year institutions, transfer, engineering study as a preparation for other careers, and academic and employment strategies. Engineering design, creativity, and problem solving processes including working as a team member on an engineering design project. Field trips are required.
|Winter 2020||31084||ENGR:1||TWR||7:30am - 8:35am||C. Robinson||11-2101|
|TWR||8:45am - 11:35am||C. Robinson||11-2101|
ENGR 1C Engineering Critical Thinking
A critical thinking course for science and engineering students. Analyze, criticize, and reason inductively and deductively and reach well-supported factual or judgmental conclusions. Main topics include: identifying topics for investigation, developing planning strategies, locating pertinent information, critically analyzing sources of information, testing hypotheses, synthesizing and organizing results for effective written and verbal communication. Students will complete a hands-on experience with a client-centered engineering design project to develop critical thinking skills.
ENGR 6 Introduction to Engineering Programming Concepts and Methodologies
4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: ENGR 120)
Lecture: 54 Lab: 54
Prerequisite: Math 160
Fundamental concepts of procedure-oriented programming, associated abstraction mechanisms and design processes, interface of software with the physical world, use of sensors, and application of numerical techniques.
ENGR 7 Programming Applications for Engineers
4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: ENGR 220)
Lecture: 54 Lab: 54
Prerequisite: Math 180
Engineering computation using MATLAB and Simulink. Topics include matrix computation, statistical analysis, graphics, and numerical methods. Common examples and applications of physics and engineering are used throughout the course.
|Winter 2020||31063||ENGR:7||MTWR||1:20pm - 3:25pm||E. Mahmoud||11-2107|
|MTWR||3:45pm - 5:50pm||E. Mahmoud||11-2107|
ENGR 8 Properties of Materials
Mechanical, electrical, magnetic, optical, and thermal properties of engineering materials and their relation to the materials' internal structure. Atomic structure and bonding, crystalline structures, phase and phase diagrams, metals, polymers, ceramics, composites, mechanical deformation and fracture, structural control and influence of properties, materials naming and designating systems, corrosion process, lasers, semiconductors, and electronic packaging materials.
ENGR 18 Introduction to Engineering Graphics
3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
(May be taken for option of letter grade or Pass/No Pass)
Lecture: 36 Lab: 54
Fundamental engineering graphics and problem solving techniques. Skills in freehand and instrument drawing are developed and applied to the solution of problems. Orthographic, isometric and oblique drawings.
|Winter 2020||31049||ENGR:18||TWR||7:30am - 10:20am||M. Khan||11-2107|
|TWR||10:30am - 12:20pm||M. Khan||11-2107|
ENGR 24 Engineering Graphics
2D and 3D Computer-aided design (CAD) for engineering students. The principles of engineering drawing and sketching for mechanical design, the use of computer graphics and solid modeling in design representation of 3D objects, assembly and simulation as well as ASME standards on geometric dimensioning and tolerances.
ENGR 40 Statics
Vector approach to static equilibrium of rigid bodies, forces, couples in two-and three-dimensional space. Application of equilibrium principles to trusses, frames and machines. Calculation of center of mass and centroid. Friction, moment of inertia, distributed and concentrated loads. Forces in cables and beams. Fluid statics. Introduction to virtual work.
|Winter 2020||31055||ENGR:40||TR||1:00pm - 5:15pm||J. Afrasiabi||11-2101|
ENGR 41 Dynamics
3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: ENGR 230)
Prerequisite: ENGR 40
Vector approach to classical mechanics including absolute and relative motion of particles and rigid bodies in translational and rotational motion. Instantaneous center of rotation. Application of Newton's Second Law, work-energy and impulse-momentum methods, and introduction to mechanical vibrations.
ENGR 42 Mechanics of Materials
4 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU, UC, C-ID #: ENGR 240)
Prerequisite: ENGR 40
Mechanics of deformable bodies subjected to axial, torsional, shearing, and bending loads. Includes combined stresses, statically indeterminate structures, deflection and stress analysis of beams, stability of columns, strain energy methods, and design of pressure vessels and structures.
ENGR 44 Electrical Engineering
Electrical circuit analysis including applications of Kirchoff's Laws and Thevenin's Theorems to direct current (DC) and alternating current (AC) circuits. Fundamental principles, including steady state and transient circuit response, complex impedance and admittance, Fourier and Laplace transforms, and three-phase circuits. Application of fundamental circuit principles to operational amplifier and transistor circuits.
ENGR 50A Robotics Team Project Development
2 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
(May be taken four times for credit)
Prerequisite: Instructor approval required for robotics competition team members
This course is for members of the Robotics Team. Introduces the knowledge, skills and activities needed to organize, promote and manage the design phase of a robotics competition team. Includes a survey of problem analysis, programming, mechanical design, and project management. Intended for students with an interest in robotics who need to gain experience as members of an engineering design team. Instructor approval required. Off-campus competition required.
|Winter 2020||31050||ENGR:50A||F||8:00am - 3:30pm||M. Mason||60-1506|
|S||8:00am - 1:35pm||M. Mason||60-1506|
ENGR 99 Special Projects in Engineering
In order to offer selected students recognition for their academic interests and ability and the opportunity to explore their disciplines to greater depth, the various departments from time to time offer special projects courses. The content of each course and the methods of study vary from semester to semester and depend on the particular project under consideration. Student must have instructor's authorization before enrolling in this class. Students who repeat this course will meet with the instructor and make individual contracts of a more advanced nature to ensure that proficiencies are enhanced.