ENR101-001

Intro to Engineering and Advanced

Students are introduced to the world of engineering and manufacturing through activities that showcase how products are designed and built. Teams design, build, and test a weight-bearing structure, as-well-as reverse engineer a product to improve its design. Classroom and laboratory exercises are designed to expose the student to the different engineering and advanced manufacturing disciplines. Lab sessions provide hands-on exposure to the concepts discussed in the lecture sessions. This course does not require any prior engineering background. Prerequisite: ENL020 and ENL050 or satisfactory basic skills assessment scores / 4 credits. Satisfies a General Education elective. Offered: Fall

ENR102-001

3D Mechanical Design I

This is an introductory course for students interested in exploring careers as engineers, architects, and designers. Principles associated with 3D design, visualization, documentation, and product simulation are taught through hands-on use of Computer Aided Design (CAD) modeling software. In addition, student designed parts are fabricated in a 3D printer to enhance the understanding of the design to manufacturing process. (3 class hours/ 2 lab hours). Prerequisite: (MAT030 or MAT035), ENL020, and ENL050 or satisfactory basic skills assessment scores / 4 credits. Satisfies a General Education elective. Offered: Fall, Spring

ENR103-001

Introduction to Robotics

Students work in teams to design, build, program, and test increasingly complex electro-mechanical robots. The course teaches how robots move (locomotion and kinematics), how they sense (perception), and how they reason about their environment (planning). Lecture information is tied to lab experiments and sessions. Students are exposed to robotics related career options in the manufacturing, service, and medical industries. This course does not require any prior engineering background. (3 class hours/ 2 lab hours).Prerequisite: (MAT030 or MAT035), ENL020, and ENL050 or satisfactory basic skills assessment scores / 4 credits. Satisfies a General Education elective. Offered: Fall, Spring

ENR104-001

3D Mechanical Design II

This is the second of a two course design series for students interested in exploring careers as product engineers, architects, and designers. This course will prepare the student fo rthe Certified SolidWorks Associate Exam (CSWA). The CSWA certification indicates a foundation in and apprentice knowledge of 3D CAD and engineering practices and principles. Prerequisite: ENR102/4 credits Offered in Spring

ENR105-001

Circuit Theory and Analysis

This course begins a studentís preparation for a career in electronic, renewable energy, and related fields; it is also well structured for those interested in just expanding their background into the world of electronics. The course focus is on electrical circuit theory as well as analog and digital signal processing. Laboratory experiments are used to reinforce basic concepts and develop laboratory skills, as well as to provide system-level understanding. This course does not require any prior engineering background. Prerequisite: ENL020 and ENL050 and MAT041 or MAT030 or satisfactory basic skills assessment scores / 4 credits. Offered: Varies

ENR201-001

Statics

Learn how to analyze the structural integrity of mechanical devices such as frames, trusses, beams and cable. Using vector algebra and calculus develop an understanding of how Newton's Laws can address engineering static equilibrium problems and develop a mastery of free body diagram construction. Topics include statics of particles, victors and couples, equilibrium of rigid bodies, centroids and centers of gravity, analysis of structures, forces in beams and cables, friction, distributed forces: moments of inertia. Prerequisite: ENR101 and MAT240, co-requisite: MAT250 / 3 credits. Offered: Fall, Spring

ENR206-001

Quality Manufacturing

Quality manufacturing is about a philosophy and set of strategies for reducing waste as well as the time required to go from customer order to delivery of a product, with higher quality, less cost, space, and inventory. Learn the techniques for identifying and removing waste within the engineering and manufacturing process as well as methods for improving the "flow" or smoothness of work through a manufacturing environment. As waste is eliminated, quality improves while production time and cost are reduced. Prerequisite: ENR101 / 3 credits. Offered: Varies

ENR299-001

Independent Study - Engineering