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Engineering (EGR)

Courses

EGR 101  Introduction to Engineering  2 Credits (1,2)

This course is an introduction to the interdisciplinary aspects of the engineering of aerospace systems. It is a project-based course, demonstrating how the engineering profession is a multi-disciplinary field. Students are involved in an array of conceptual exercises, simple design activities, and projects dealing with engineering in aerospace-related areas.
Corequisites: EGR 101A.

EGR 111  Engineering Drawing  2 Credits

Freehand pencil sketching for graphical communication of engineering designs. Standard forms for design graphic and view layout, orthographic projection, section and auxiliary views, dimensioning, tolerancing, and introduction to shop processes. This course is not equivalent to EGR 120.

EGR 115  Introduction to Computing for Engineers  3 Credits (3,0)

This is an introductory course in programming and computing for scientists and engineers. The course introduces students to the following aspects of software engineering: specification, requirements, design, code, and test. This course uses a problem-solving approach for developing algorithms. The following topics will be included: data types and related operations, looping, decision, input/output, functions, arrays, files, and plotting.
Corequisites: MA 112 or MA 241.

EGR 120  Graphical Communications  3 Credits (2,2)

Freehand pencil sketching and CAD as tools for graphical communication of engineering designs. Standard forms for design graphics and view layout, orthographic projection, section and auxiliary views, dimensioning, tolerancing, introduction to shop processes.

EGR 199  Special Topics in Engineering  1-6 Credit

Individual independent or directed studies of selected topics in engineering.

EGR 299  Special Topics in Engineering  1-6 Credit

Individual independent or directed studies of selected topics in engineering.

EGR 305  3D-CADD and Engineering Documentation  3 Credits

Application and use of high-end computer-assisted drafting, design, and analysis tool (CATIA) to engineering challenges. Applications of CATIA workbenches: the product specification tree, knowledge-ware, parametric design, part and assembly design, modification, document release and control, final drawings, and changes.
Prerequisites: EGR 120 and ES 201 and ES 204.

EGR 399  Special Topics in Engineering  1-6 Credit

Individual independent or directed studies of selected topics in engineering.

EGR 499  Special Topics in Engineering  1-6 Credit

Individual independent or directed studies of selected topics in engineering.