Course Listings for Engineering 

ENGR 101  INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING 
INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING Introduction to the engineering profession and the design process. Introduction to graphical communication, engineering materials, structures, problem solving, and computer applications. Includes lab activities, teamwork, field trips and a design project. 
ENGR 142  COMPUTER PROGRAMMING FOR ENGINEERS 
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING FOR ENGINEERS Fundamentals of computer programming with emphasis on solving engineering problems. C/C++ language implementation. Syntax, variables, statements, control structures, loops, functions, data structures, files, pointers, memory use. Procedural and objectoriented programming. Objects, inheritance, polymorphism. 
ENGR& 204  Electrical Circuits 
Electrical Circuits An introduction to electrical engineering through basic circuit and system concepts. Topics include: resistors, sources, capacitors, inductors, operational amplifiers, node and mesh analysis, Thevenin and Norton equivalents and RLC circuits. Solution of first and second order linear differential equations associated with basic circuit forms will be used. 
ENGR& 214  Statics (formerly ENGR 210  CCN) 
Statics (formerly ENGR 210  CCN) Introduction to the principles of Statics. Analysis of twodimensional and threedimensional force systems, freebody diagrams and equilibrium equations, analysis of trusses, frames, machines, centroids and distributed forces friction applications. Vector methods used throughout the course. 
ENGR& 215  Dynamics (formerly ENGR 230  CCN) 
Dynamics (formerly ENGR 230  CCN) Introduction to the principles of Dynamics. Kinematics of particles and rigid bodies. Kinetics of particles and rigid bodies using equilibrium, workenergy, and impulsemomentum methods. Vector methods used throughout the course. 
ENGR& 224  Thermodynamics (formerly ENGR 260  CCN) 
Thermodynamics (formerly ENGR 260  CCN) Introduction to the basic principles of Thermodynamics including properties, processes and equations of state. First law analysis of closed and open systems; energy interactions, work and heat, steady flow devices. Second law analysis of closed systems, heat engines, refrigerators, the Carnot cycle, entropy and energy. Introduction to power cycles. 
ENGR& 225  Mechanics of Materials (formerly ENGR 240  CCN) 
Mechanics of Materials (formerly ENGR 240  CCN) Introduction to the principles of Mechanics of Materials. Analysis of stress, strain, and deformation in solid materials. Development of the relationships between load, stress, and deformation in columns, shafts, and beams. Analysis and design of members under tension, compression, shear, torsion, and bending. 