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ENGR 1010 - Introduction to Engineering 2 Credits; 1 Lecture Hours; 2 Lab Hours This is an introductory course for engineering technology students. Students will develop a deeper understanding and appreciation of engineering, the problems engineers encounter and the contributions made by engineers in various disciplines. The ethics and responsibilities of the engineer will discussed. Lab experience includes the following PC applications: operating systems and hardware, word processors, spreadsheets, and engineering graphing. An introduction to basic language programming is included at the end. Emphasis will be placed on using a PC to solve engineering problems and produce results. TAG: OES001 - INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING Availability | Similar | Syllabus
ENGR 1910 - Engineering Programming 3 Credits; 2 Lecture Hours; 2 Lab Hours This course is designed to help students with very little or no computing background learn the basics of building simple interactive applications. The primary method for learning the course material will be to work through multiple "mini-projects". The student will create technical and simple game programs, debug and test programs, and describe and implement the data structures available. The student will also design a simple algorithm using pseudocode and create programs that implement a variety of common algorithms. Prereq: ENGR1010 and MATH1050. Required Prerequisite(s): Take ENGR-1010, MATH-1050 Availability | Similar | Syllabus
ENGR 1999 - Engineering Elective 1 Lecture Hours Used for transfer credit purposes only.Availability | Similar | Syllabus
ENGR 2010 - Engineering Programming Robotics and Plc 3 Credits; 2 Lecture Hours; 2 Lab Hours This course is designed to help students with very little or no computing background, learn the basics of building simple interactive applications. This course will also cover the basic principles behind the operation of programmable controllers, the relationship between PC's and the relay ladder logic, programming of PC's, and troubleshooting of programmable controller circuits. The primary focus is on the use of automatic parts-handling equipment, contour applications and interfacing with emphasis on design for manufacturing. Topics include the use of conveyers, parts feeders, positioning equipment and safety systems. Hands-on laboratory experiences include operation of robots using the teach pendant.Required Prerequisite(s): Take ENGR-1010 or ENGR-1910 Availability | Similar | Syllabus
ENGR 2850 - Engineering Economics & Organization 3 Credits; 3 Lecture Hours A practical introduction to the economic analysis of capital investment. The economic portion of the course covers interest factors for present, annual, and future worth; rates of return; increment and sunk costs; and economic order quantity. The course also covers a broad overview of the operations of an industrial organization, emphasizing the relationship of basic functions and principles essential to efficient and profitable operation of industrial enterprises. Content covers such topics as organizational structure, production planning and control, purchasing, sales, personnel administration, ownership and financing, business ethics and compensation. (TAG# OES005)Required Prerequisite(s): Take MATH-1110 Availability | Similar | Syllabus
ENGR 2930 - Engineering Related Studies I 1 Credits; 1 Lecture Hours This credit is awarded for educational activities directly related to specific engineering technology and maintenance careers and generally classified in an approved area of concentration. Repeatable for a maximum of 10 credits.Availability | Similar | Syllabus
ENGR 2980 - Cooperative Work Experience I 1 Credits; 10 Hours A cooperative work experience provides an opportunity for students to obtain practical work experience in the engineering field while earning college credit. This on or off campus employment experience can be paid or unpaid. The work experience is coordinated by a faculty member who visits the job site for a conference with the student and the supervisor at least once per semester. Students must complete 150 hours of work experience for each hour of credit. This class is Pass/No Pass (P/NP).Required Prerequisite(s): Students must have completed 20 credit hours of engineering classes (ENGR, ELET, MECT, MFGT or ENRD) with a minimum grade of C- grade or better. Required Concurrent Course(s): Take ENGR-2990. Instructor Permission Required. Availability | Similar | Syllabus
ENGR 2990 - Cooperative Work Experience Seminar I 1 Credits; 1 Seminar Hours This course is taken concurrently with ENGR2980 Cooperative Work Experience. Students will discuss their workplace experiences, identify the skills required, assess their performance, and present their learning experience and how it prepared them for a career in engineering. Students must obtain permission from the instructor to enroll in this class. This class is Pass/No Pass.Required Concurrent Course(s): Take ENGR-2980 Availability | Similar | Syllabus
ENGR 2999 - Special Topics in Engineering Technology 3 Credits; 3 Lecture Hours The course presents a specific topic in Engineering Technology that is not normally covered in the current ENGR curriculum. Credit hours and topics will be pre-approved by the academic administration.Availability | Similar | Syllabus
ENGR 3030 - Measurement & Instrumentation 3 Credits; 2 Lecture Hours; 2 Lab Hours This course presents theory and application of engineering measurement concepts including: static and dynamic measurements of temperature, pressure, acceleration, force, moments, displacement and flow sensing, calibration, statistical and uncertainty analysis, sampling, signal conditioning, dynamic response, and emphasis of computerized data acquisition.Required Prerequisite(s): Take MATH-1130 Availability | Similar | Syllabus
ENGR 3980 - Cooperative Work Experience II 1 Credits; 10 Hours A cooperative work experience provides an opportunity for students to obtain practical work experience in the engineering field while earning college credit. This on or off campus employment experience can be paid or unpaid. The work experience is coordinated by a faculty member who visits the job site for a conference with the student and the supervisor at least once per semester. Students must complete 150 hours of work experience for each hour of credit. This class is Pass/No Pass (P/NP)Required Prerequisite(s): Take ENGR-2980. Instructor permission required. Availability | Similar | Syllabus
ENGR 3990 - Cooperative Work Experience Seminar II 1 Credits; 1 Seminar Hours This course is taken concurrently with ENGR3980 Cooperative Work Experience. Students will discuss their workplace experiences, identify the skills required, assess their performance, and present their learning experience and how it prepared them for a career in engineering. Students must obtain permission of the instructor to enroll in this class. This class is Pass/No Pass.Required Concurrent Course(s): Take ENGR-3980. Instuctor permission required. Availability | Similar | Syllabus
ENGR 4010 - Advanced PLC and Robotics 3 Credits; 2 Lecture Hours; 2 Lab Hours This course focuses on the use and integration of PLC and Robotic systems with the addition of basic 2D vision systems.Required Prerequisite(s): Take ENGR-2010 Availability | Similar | Syllabus
ENGR 4050 - Senior Technology Capstone 3 Credits; 3 Lecture Hours This course will provide each student with the opportunity to work in a team environment to solve design problems and to utilize his/her knowledge in criticalthinking. Students will reach design decisions and will make oral and professional presentations to their peers and to professionals at term's end. Students are expected to show evidence of significant individual contributions to team efforts, as well as due consideration of such design aspects as effectiveness, material selection, ergonomics, safety, cost, effect on the environment, ethics, ease of production, etc.Required Prerequisite(s): Must have successfully completed 90 credits hours and have taken ENGR-2980 or MECT-4910. Required as Prerequisite or Concurrent: Take MECT-4050 Availability | Similar | Syllabus
ENGR 4210 - Design of Engineering Experiments 3 Credits; 3 Lecture Hours This course prepares students to analyze statistically designed experiments and their importance in data analysis, industrial experiments, role of randomization,fixed and random effect models and ANOVA, block design, latin square design, factorial and fractional factorial designs and their analysis.Required Prerequisite(s): Take MATH-1151 Availability | Similar | Syllabus
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