ENGR 6 Programming in MATLAB for Engineers ENGR 6 Course Outline
Engineering problem solving using the MATLAB computer programming environment. Designed to meet computer programming requirements for engineering transfer students. Students outline, write, test, and debug computer programs to solve engineering problems and display results. Emphasis on proper documentation of computer code and reports.
ENGR 10 Introduction to the Engineering Profession ENGR 10 Course Outline
Non-mathematical introduction to the field of engineering. Students research and discuss the expectations and experiences of engineers in academia and industry, and the role of engineering and technology in society. Group activities, assignments, and interaction are emphasized. Course focuses on information technology as a way to assist in making informed decisions about career paths, majors, and schools. Course also includes information regarding engineering transfer requirements and coursework expectations. Job hunting skills such as networking, resume writing, and interviewing are explored. Includes field trips and guest speakers.
ENGR 16 Electric Circuits & Devices ENGR 16 Course Outline
Fundamental principles of circuit analysis and an introduction to the theory and use of common electronic devices. Subjects covered include node and loop analysis, circuit simplification and equivalence, natural and forced response, operational amplifier behavior and circuits, semiconductor theory and behavior, diodes, transistor, and digital circuits. Mathematical concepts reviewed and applied include: matrices and system of equations solutions, binary and hexadecimal numbers, Fourier and Laplace transforms, complex numbers and phasors. Students are required to have a graphing calculator.
ENGR 25 Engineering Graphics & Design ENGR 25 Course Outline
Students will develop three dimensional visualization and design skills using freehand sketching and solid modeling software. Design projects will develop teamwork and project skills as well as an understanding of the industry standards for mechanical engineering drawings.
ENGR 34 Engineering Mechanics: Statics ENGR 34 Course Outline
A vectorial treatment of the principles of statics with application to engineering problems and an emphasis on common engineering computational tools. Students are required to have a graphing calculator.
ENGR 45 Properties of Materials ENGR 45 Course Outline
Structure, properties, selection, utilization, and deterioration of engineering materials.
ENGR 49 Independent Study in Engineering ENGR 49 Course Outline
Independent project in engineering to provide for an enriched academic experience. UC determines credit after transfer; not counted for admission. (See a counselor for details.)
ENGR 101 Engineering Design Projects ENGR 101 Course Outline
Students will work in small groups to investigate, choose, refine and construct engineering design projects. This hands-on class allows participants to develop their engineering skills in a team-oriented environment. NOT CURRENTLY OFFERED
ENGR 102 Robotics Design Projects ENGR 102 Course Outline
Students will work in small groups to design, construct, and test a small autonomous robot using the LEGO Mindstorm Robotics Kits. Students gain exposure to mechanical and electrical engineering, as well as computer programming in a team-oriented environment. NOT CURRENTLY OFFERED
ENGR 103 Microcontroller Projects ENGR 103 Course Outline
Students will work in small groups to design, construct, and test small electro-mechanical projects using computer interface modules and microcontrollers. Students gain exposure to mechanical and electrical engineering, as well as computer programming in a team-oriented environment. NOT CURRENTLY OFFERED
ENGR 770 Supplemental Engineering ENGR 770 Course Outline
An open-entry, open-exit class for students who seek to expand upon their knowledge and skills in engineering related disciplines through technology projects, training, workshops, and presentations. Students will build on the skills developed in referring course(s) in the disciplines: Engineering, Electronics, Photovoltaic Technology, Civil Engineering Technology, Survey Technology, Geospatial Technology, Applied Technology, Water Treatment, Wastewater Treatment, Architecture, and Construction Management.