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101 Engineering Orientation (1) 1 hour lecture. Presentation and discussion of current professional engineering topics by faculty and guest lecturers. Student club meetings are also held during this class period. Required of all new full-time engineering students. No prerequisite.
103 Principles of Problem Solving (3) 2 hours lecture, 2 hours lab. This course will introduce the students to engineering laboratory methodologies and procedures, technical writing, and design. Fundamental mathematical tools to conduct experiments will be emphasized, such as error analysis, unit conversions, statistics, and graphical analysis. Co-requisite: MATH 118.
104 Applied Problem Solving (3) 2 hours lecture, 2 hours lab. A continuation of the concepts taught in ENGR 103 applied to select engineering topics; mechanics, electronics, mass balances, and statistics. Computer applications for problem solving and graphical analysis are emphasized. Prerequisites: MATH 118 and ENGR 103.
107 Fundamentals of Engineering (3) 2 hours lecture, 2 hours lab. This course is the first in a two-course design sequence. It introduces first-year engineering students to engineering and design by previewing core engineering topics such as mechanics, circuits, and thermodynamics. The course also introduces students to computer programming using Visual Basic, graphics, and AutoCAD. Co-requisite: MATH 230.
108 System Engineering and Freshman Design (3) 2 hours lecture, 2 hours lab. This course is the second in a two-course design sequence for first-year engineering students. The course focuses on team-oriented, hands-on engineering projects using both reverse and forward design. Students will use Microsoft Project to manage projects, and AutoCAD for the computer-aided design of projects. Students will also document and defend their projects. Prerequisite: ENGR 107.
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