Engineering (ENGR)

 

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1000 LEVEL COURSES


1105. Strategies for Success in Engineering (1). Laboratory course to provide engineering majors with practice in skills to improve academic performance. Topics include study skills and habits, note taking, collaborative learning and teamwork, test-taking skills, and time management.

1106. Math Fundamentals for Engineering Students (1). Prerequisites: MPE score of 4-6 and department approval.

1107. Engineering Seminar (1). Topics in engineering.

1108. General Chemistry Bridge Course for Engineers (1). Prerequisite: 43% or higher on Chemistry Placement Exam. Review/preview of high school/college chemistry designed to increase preparedness for CHEM 1307 while allowing co-registration in the ConocoPhillips Academic Success Bridge Program. (CHEM 1101)

1301. Engineering Design for Sustainability (3). Emphasizes energy, environment, creativity, engineering design, innovation, entrepreneurship and teamwork. Teams design projects focused on conceptualization of sustainable transportation and/or building systems for the future.

1315. [ENGR 1201] Introduction to Engineering (3). Prerequisite: MATH 1451 (may be taken concurrently). Introduction to the engineering profession, including the distinction between different majors, engineering problem solving, MatLab programming, Excel basics, professionalism and ethics, and experiences in team design projects. Fulfills core Technology and Applied Science requirement.

 

2000 LEVEL COURSEs


2331. Professional Communication for Engineers (3). Prerequisite: ENGL 1302. Rhetorical theory and conventions applied to communication strategies for engineering practice in the global workplace, addressing collaboration, ethical situations, community service, and electronic communication. Fulfills core Communication (Oral) requirement.

2392. Engineering Ethics and Its Impact on Society (3). Development of ethical reasoning and enhancing critical thinking skills using theory and case studies with applications to engineering practice, including international issues. Available in classroom and by online distance learning. Fulfills core Language, Philosophy, and Culture requirement.

2393. Environmental Literacy and Ethics (3). Familiarizes students with some of the contemporary challenges they are likely to face as professionals as the concepts and practices of environmental literacy and sustainability become more prevalent in their industries.

 

3000 LEVEL COURSES


3000. Engineering Cooperative Education (V1-6). Prerequisite: Approval by the Engineering Cooperative Education Director. Field course for supervised preprofessional educational employment experiences in industry and government involving assignments in the student's major.

3301. International Engineering (3). Prerequisite: Junior or senior standing. Global influences on engineering, cultural issues, design practices, multinational teams, IP. May be offered abroad.

3303. Fundamentals of Mechanics (3). Prerequisites: MATH 2350, PHYS 1408. Introduction to the principles of mechanics, including statistics, dynamics, and mechanics of solids.

3321. Fundamentals of Thermal Science (3). Prerequisites: MATH 2350, PHYS 1408. Introduction to the principles of the thermal sciences, including thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and heat transfer.

 

4000 LEVEL COURSE


4001. Special Topics in Engineering (V1-6). Prerequisite: Departmental approval. Special topics in engineering. May be repeated for credit.

 

5000 LEVEL COURSES


5000. Special Topics in Engineering (V1-12). Prerequisite: Graduate standing in engineering. Individual study of advanced interdisciplinary topics in engineering under the guidance of one or more members of the engineering faculty.

5360. Fundamentals of Engineering Science (3). An overview of physical, mathematical, and engineering concepts; including electronics, materials, statistics, C programming, digital logic, microprocessors, and project management.

5392. Ethics in Engineering Practice and Research (3). Prerequisite: Bachelor's degree. Applications of professional ethics to engineering practice and research in fields of education and technology-related industry. May also be taken by distance learning.

 

6000 LEVEL COURSE


6330. Master's Report (3). Prerequisite: Graduate standing. Formal technical report on an interdisciplinary topic under guidance of faculty from one or more departments.

 

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