ENGR 101 Introduction to Engineering 3 Credits (3,0)
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.
Prerequisites: MATH 142 or MATH 143 or qualifying score on the mathematics skills assessment.
ENGR 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.
ENGR 119 Graphical Communications 2 Credits (2,0)
Free-hand 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. Prerequisite: Enrollment in an engineering program.
ENGR 120 Graphical Communications 3 Credits (3,0)
Students will use free-hand pencil sketching and CAD as tools for graphical communication of engineering designs. Standard form for design graphics and view layout, orthographic projection, section and auxiliary views, dimensioning, tolerancing, introduction to shop processes.
ENGR 330 Signals & Systems 3 Credits (3,0)
Signal representations; stability; response due to various inputs; block diagrams; Fourier series; Fourier transforms; Laplace transforms; Z-transform; filter design; state space. Projects and software will be used.
Prerequisites: ELEC 220 Corequisites: ENGR 331.
ENGR 331 Signals & Systems Laboratory 1 Credit (0,1)
ENGR 400 Fundamentals of Energy Systems 3 Credits (3,0)
Single phase power, three phase power, magnetics circuits, transformers, DC machines, induction motors and synchronous machines, introduction to alternative energy, computer based projects will be assigned.
Prerequisites: PHYS 160 and ENGR 330.
ENGR 430 Control System Analysis and Design 3 Credits (3,0)
Modeling, analysis, and control of dynamical systems with aerospace applications. Transfer functions, block diagram algebra. Routh Hurwitz stability criteria. Introduction to system design using root locus, Bode and Nyquist diagrams.
Prerequisites: ENGR 330.
ENGR 490 Capstone Design Project I 3 Credits (3,0)
The first of two courses intended to provide senior level engineering students with experience in the multiple phases of a design project. This course will focus on the system requirements definition, exploration of the design space, and development of a conceptual design of a team project. Students will develop a preliminary design of the selected system design concept using computer based design and analysis tools. Prerequisite: Senior level standing and course listed.
Prerequisites: AERO 350.
ENGR 491 Capstone Design Project II 3 Credits (3,0)
The final course in the capstone design sequence. Students will conduct a detailed design of the final project as well as conduct verification and validation exercises to demonstrate how the system performed when compared to system specifications and user requirements.
Prerequisites: ENGR 490.