NOTICE: Course descriptions reflected on this page are for Fall 2020, if you are looking for course information for a prior semester please view our 2019-2020 Catalog

Engineering (EGR)

EGR 110 (4) New Fall 2020

Introduction to Digital Logic

Pre-requisites or Co-requisites MAT 187 or higher.   Design of digital sub-stems using individual components, MSI and LSI circuits, design of state machines. Three lecture. Three lab.

 

EGR 122 (3)

Programming for Engineers and Scientists

Introduction to computer programming for scientists, engineers, and mathematicians in MATLAB. Guided use of algorithms and structured programming to solve practical problems in applied engineering and science. Prerequisite: MAT 151 or placement beyond prerequisite. Two lecture. Three lab. Fall, Spring.

 

EGR 180 (4) New Fall 2020

Engineering Graphics

Pre-requisite or  Co-requisite:  MAT 187 Pre-Calculus .  Fundamentals of graphical communications, including sketching, computer-aided drafting, design, and parametric modeling. Three Lecture.  Three Lab.

 

EGR 186 (3)

Introduction to Engineering

Introduction to the engineering design process. Participation in hands-on team based design projects. Development of problem solving techniques, oral and written communication skills. Create education and career plans. Pre/Co-requisite: *MAT 187. Two lecture. Three lab. 

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EGR 188 (4) New Fall 2020

Electrical Engineering I

Pre-requisites or Co-requisites: MAT 220.  Introduces electrical engineering including DC and AC circuit analysis, operational amplifiers, transducers, transformers, and AC power.  Simulation of simple circuits using circuit analysis software. Three lecture, Two lab.

 

EGR 215 (4) New Fall 2020

Microprocessors

Pre-requisites:  EGR 122, EGR 110.  Pre or Co-requisites CIS 215 or CIS 220, and MAT 220 (Calc I).  Theory, design, and applications of microprocessors and microprocessor-based computers and systems; programming techniques for microcomputers; commercial microprocessors and semiconductor memory systems. 3 lecture, 3 lab. Letter grade only. 

EGR 198/298 (1–6)

Special Topics

Designed to meet the needs of an individual(s) who has an interest in pursuing an original topic in an instructional area under faculty supervision.