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The following course information is effective for the Summer 2018 term.

EGR 120 Introduction to Engineering

This introductory, freshman-level Engineering Transfer course introduces students to the different fields of engineering using case studies and guest speakers from the various engineering disciplines. Students are prepared for successful academic and professional careers by learning about the design process, teamwork, engineering ethics, academic and career planning, applying for internships, appropriate workplace behavior, study skills, and time management.

Prerequisite: MTH 108 (C or better) AND College Reading and Writing Readiness OR concurrent enrollment in ENG 109 or ELI 109 or ELI 110 or ENG 100

Typically Offered: Offered summer, fall & spring.

Offered Summer 2018: No

  • Subject:
    EGR
  • Units:
    1.00

EGR 121 Engineering Design Graphics

This is an introductory course in the Engineering Transfer and Engineering Technology curriculum. The course emphasizes the use of graphical communication for engineers, designers and drafters to communicate technical ideas in the context of the engineering design process used in industry. Topics include technical sketching, multiview and pictorial drawings, section views, auxiliary views, dimensioning and tolerancing, the design process, 2D CAD, and 3D parametric solid modeling. A design project is included. NOTE: Previous experience in 2D CAD and 3D solid modeling software is recommended but not required for this course.

Prerequisite: MTH 104 or MTH 115 or MTH 117 (all C or better) or one year of High School Geometry or Consent of Instructor

Typically Offered: Offered summer, fall & spring.

Offered Summer 2018: Yes

Open EGR 121 Class Schedule

  • Subject:
    EGR
  • Units:
    3.00

EGR 125 Engineering Statics

This course covers analysis of static structures for engineering transfer students. Topics include particle statics, general principles and force vectors, rigid body equilibrium, moments of inertia, distributed forces and centroids, analysis of structures, virtual work, and friction. Theory is applied to analyze engineering structures such as trusses, frames, and machines. This course is designed for students interested in the Engineering Transfer curriculum.
Note: Students may not receive credit towards graduation for both EGR 125 and EGR 221.

Prerequisite: MTH 145 (C or better) Corequisite: PHY 123

Typically Offered: Offered summer, fall & spring.

Offered Summer 2018: No

  • Subject:
    EGR
  • Units:
    3.00

EGR 140 How to Make Almost Anything

This course provides an introduction to the digital manufacturing and prototyping technologies commonly used in engineering design today. It is based on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) course by the same name that started the "fab lab" revolution. Technologies used include 3D printing, laser cutting, Computerized Numerical Control (CNC), print/cut graphics, microprocessors, sensors, instrumentation, and electronics. This course is based in CLC's Baxter Innovation Lab and is heavily project based. This course is appropriate for any student seeking to develop or improve their ability to make prototypes of their designs.

Prerequisite: Basic Algebra Readiness

Offered Summer 2018: Yes

Open EGR 140 Class Schedule

  • Subject:
    EGR
  • Units:
    3.00

EGR 216 Statics and Mechanics of Materials for Technology

Analysis of forces on structural and mechanical systems: resultants of force systems; algebraic and graphical conditions of equilibrium of force systems; analysis of forces acting on members of frames, trusses, etc.; forces due to friction and properties of areas. Mechanical and physical properties of materials such as stress, strain, and modulus of elasticity appropriate to the design of engineered structures including frames, machines and buildings. Analysis and design of structural joints, torsional shafts, beams and columns. Analysis of structures with combined loading. Includes laboratory experiments/demonstrations.
Note: Students may not receive credit towards graduation for EGR 216 and EGR 115 or EGR 215.

Prerequisite: PHY 121 and MTH 117

Typically Offered: Not offered every term

Offered Summer 2018: No

  • Subject:
    EGR
  • Units:
    5.00

EGR 222 Engineering Mechanics of Materials

This course is an engineering study of the elementary mechanics of deformable bodies/strength of materials. The course includes analysis of: the elastic and inelastic relationships between external forces acting on engineering structures and the stresses and deformations produced; tension and compression members; members subjected to torsion and to bending; buckling (columns) combined stresses; repeated loads (fatigue); energy loads and impact; and influences of the properties of materials. This course is designed for Engineering Transfer students.

Prerequisite: EGR 125 or EGR 221 (both C or better)

Typically Offered: Offered summer, fall & spring.

Offered Summer 2018: Yes

Open EGR 222 Class Schedule

  • Subject:
    EGR
  • Units:
    3.00

EGR 225 Engineering Dynamics

This course introduces students to particle kinematics (rectilinear and curvilinear); Newton's laws; energy, work, and momentum methods; planar dynamics and rigid bodies; rigid body kinematics; impulse and momentum; and vibrations. Application to engineering structures and mechanical systems emphasized. This course is designed for students interested in the Engineering Transfer curriculum.
Note: Students may not receive credit towards graduation for both EGR 225 and EGR 221.

Prerequisite: EGR 125 (C or better) and PHY 123 (C or better) Corequisite: MTH 246

Typically Offered: Offered summer, fall & spring.

Offered Summer 2018: No

  • Subject:
    EGR
  • Units:
    3.00

EGR 260 Introduction to Circuit Analysis

This course will introduce circuit analysis at the engineering level. It will include the standard analysis tools such as nodal analysis, mesh analysis, Thevenin's and Norton's theorems and superposition. Impedances are defined and AC steady state analysis is carried out as well as analysis of transients in simple circuits. LaPlace transform analysis is introduced as are bode plots and transfer functions. The course will also cover three phase circuits and transformers. Operational amplifiers are also introduced.
Note: For Electrical/Computer Engineering majors interested in Digital Circuits, see EET 223 (Introduction to Digital Electronics).

Prerequisite: MTH 146 (C or better) Corequisite: PHY 124 and MTH 246 or MTH 227

Typically Offered: Offered spring only.

Offered Summer 2018: No

  • Subject:
    EGR
  • Units:
    4.00

EGR 299 Special Topics in Engineering

This course addresses the in-depth study of special topics in engineering that do not have specific courses in the catalog. Course content will vary depending on the topic being studied. Topics may be drawn from any of the various engineering disciplines, including mechanical, electrical, civil, computer, biomedical, chemical, etc. This course is repeatable up to three times, any topic only once, for a maximum of 6 hours toward AES degree completion.

Offered Summer 2018: No

  • Subject:
    EGR
  • Units:
    3.00

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