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ENG102IN Problem-Solving and Engineering Design SUN# EGR1102 Credit Hours: 3.00
Design, effective team participation, and career preparation in engineering. Includes the different engineering fields and careers, basic skills associated with engineering problem solving and communication, the design process, participation in hands-on design projects, and ethics and professional responsibility.
Prerequisite(s): MAT 189 or higher.
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ENG105IN Introduction to MATLAB I Credit Hours: 1.00
Fundamental knowledge and practical abilities in MATLAB utilizing technical numerical computations in engineering courses. Includes script files, creating arrays, mathematical operations with 1-D arrays, two dimensional plots, and polynomials.
Prerequisite(s): MAT 220.
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ENG110IN Solid State Chemistry Credit Hours: 4.00
Fundamental principles of the chemistry of condensed states of matter including metals, polymers, molecular solids, and ceramics. Includes quantization, atomic structure, bonding, band and crystalline structure, conductivity, thermodynamics, and phase diagrams. Also includes electrochemistry and electrochemical devices, glass, optical properties and devices, and semiconductor devices.
Prerequisite(s): CHM 151IN and MAT 220 or concurrent enrollment.
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ENG120IN Civil Engineering Graphics and Design Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to civil engineering graphics and design using sketching and computer-aided design (CAD) Civil 3D software. Includes engineering basic applications, basic math and geometry, basic math and algorithms, corridor development, site grading and earthwork concepts, piping and draining concepts, surveying concepts and procedures, and visualization and construction documents.
Prerequisite(s): MAT 189.
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ENG122IN Engineering Graphics and Design with Solid Modeling Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to engineering graphics and the concepts of engineering design. Includes sketching, dimensioning practices and tolerances, computer-aided design (CAD), basic part modeling, and three-dimensional (3D) assembly modeling.
Prerequisite(s): MAT 189.
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ENG130IN Elementary Surveying Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to the subject of surveying as it pertains to the field of civil engineering. Includes measurement of distances, leveling, profiling and grade calculations, measurement of angles, remote elevations, and traverse closure. Also includes topographic surveys, public land surveying, and land ownership.
Prerequisite(s): MAT 189.
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ENG175IN Computer Programming for Engineering Applications I Credit Hours: 3.00
Programming in C with emphasis on numerical applications in engineering. Includes structure of C programs; data types, operations, and basics of C; selection, repetition, arrays, functions, and data files.
Prerequisite(s): MAT 189.
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ENG201 Introduction to Mining Engineering Credit Hours: 3.00
Basic introduction to the fundamental operations involved in mining engineering. Includes the fundamental processes for sustainable resource development, mine planning, and design based on data and operating parameters. Also includes science, engineering, and policies to locate an ore deposit, plan surface, underground mines, operating mines and processing facilities, reclaim mine sites, and work with communities.
Prerequisite(s): ENG 102IN.
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ENG205IN Introduction to MATLAB II Credit Hours: 1.00
Fundamental knowledge for problem solving and programming using MATLAB. Includes creating arrays, mathematical operations with 2-D arrays, curve fitting and interpolation, programing in MATLAB, functions and function files, three-dimensional plots, and solving a system of linear equations.
Prerequisite(s): ENG 105IN or concurrent enrollment.
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ENG210 Engineering Mechanics: Statics Credit Hours: 3.00
Engineering analysis of static mechanical systems. Includes statics of particles, rigid bodies and equilibrium, distributed forces, analysis of structure, forces in beams and cables, friction, and moments of inertia.
Prerequisite(s): MAT 231 and PHY 210/210LB or 210IN.
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ENG218 Fluid Mechanics Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction and fundamental concepts of fluid dynamics and fluid statics. Includes basic equations for a control volume, fluids in motion, inviscid flow, dimensional analysis, flow in pipes and ducts, and boundary layers.
Prerequisite(s): ENG 210 and MAT 241.
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ENG220RC Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics Recitation Credit Hours: 1.00
Taken concurrently with ENG 220 in order to provide supplemental instruction. Facilitated discussions, discrete study groups, and collaborative problem solving provide more exposure to and more thorough discourse on engineering mechanics concepts and theory. Emphasizes applying mathematics, science, and engineering concepts to solve kinematic and kinetics problems; while providing opportunity to apply problem solving techniques and critical thinking. Study of the motion of bodies under the action of forces. Includes introduction to dynamics, kinematics of particles and rigid body, and kinetics of particles and rigid body.
Prerequisite(s): ENG 210 and MAT 241.
Course Corequisites: ENG 220
Information: Pass-Fail only. Students receiving a grade of C in ENG 210 or MAT 241 will be required to register for the ENG 220RC course concurrently; for students receiving a B grade or higher in ENG 210 and MAT 241, the ENG 220RC course is optional, but highly recommended. Please be aware that if this course is not applicable toward your program of study, it is not eligible for the calculation of Federal Student Aid.
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ENG220 Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics Credit Hours: 3.00
Study of the motion of bodies under the action of forces. Includes introduction to dynamics, kinematics of particles and rigid body, and kinetics of particles and rigid body.
Prerequisite(s): ENG 210, and MAT 241.
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ENG230RC Mechanics of Materials Recitation Credit Hours: 1.00
Taken concurrently with ENG 230 in order to provide supplemental instruction. Facilitated discussions, discrete study groups, and collaborative problem solving provide more exposure to and more thorough discourse on engineering concepts and theory. Emphasizes applying mathematics, science, and engineering concepts to solve mechanics of materials problems; while providing opportunity to apply problem solving techniques and critical thinking. Introduction to the analysis and design of the mechanical properties of materials. Includes the concept of stress and strain, axially loaded members, torsion, stresses and strains in beams, analysis of stress and strain, deflections of beams, statically indeterminate beams, and columns.
Prerequisite(s): ENG 210.
Course Corequisites: ENG 230
Information: Pass-Fail only. Students receiving a grade of C in ENG 210 will be required to register for the ENG 230RC course concurrently; for students receiving a B grade or higher in ENG 210, the ENG 230RC course is optional, but highly recommended. Please be aware that if this course is not applicable toward your program of study, it is not eligible for the calculation of Federal Student Aid.
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ENG230 Mechanics of Materials Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to the analysis and design of the mechanical properties of materials. Includes the concept of stress and strain, axially loaded members, torsion, stresses and strains in beams, analysis of stress and strain, deflections of beams, statically indeterminate beams, and columns.
Prerequisite(s): ENG 210 with a grade of B or better. Students receiving a grade of C in ENG 210 will be required to register for the ENG 230RC course concurrently; for students receiving a grade of B or higher in ENG 210, the ENG 230RC course is optional.
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ENG232RC Thermodynamics Recitation Credit Hours: 1.00
Taken concurrently with ENG 232 in order to provide supplemental instruction. Facilitated discussions, discrete study groups, and collaborative problem solving provide more exposure to and more thorough discourse on engineering concepts and theory. Emphasizes applying mathematics, science, and engineering concepts to solve thermodynamics problems; while providing opportunity to apply problem solving techniques and critical thinking. Basic laws and examples of engineering applications of macroscopic thermodynamics. Includes an introduction to concepts and definitions, energy and the first law of thermodynamics, evaluating properties, control volume energy analysis, the second law of thermodynamics, using entropy, vapor power systems, gas power systems, and refrigeration and heat pump systems.
Prerequisite(s): MAT 241 and PHY 210IN.
Course Corequisites: ENG 232
Information: Pass-fail only. Students receiving a grade of C in MAT 241 or PHY 210IN will be required to register for the ENG 232RC course concurrently; for students receiving a B grade or higher in MAT 241 and PHY 210IN, the ENG 232RC course is optional, but highly recommended. Please be aware that if this course is not applicable toward your program of study, it is not eligible for the calculation of Federal Student Aid.
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ENG232 Thermodynamics Credit Hours: 3.00
Basic laws and examples of engineering applications of macroscopic thermodynamics. Includes an introduction to concepts and definitions, energy and the first law of thermodynamics, evaluating properties, control volume energy analysis, the second law of thermodynamics, using entropy, vapor power systems, gas power systems, and refrigeration and heat pump systems.
Prerequisite(s): With a grade of B or higher: MAT 241 and PHY 210IN. Students receiving a grade of C in MAT 241 or PHY 210IN will be required to register for the ENG 232RC course concurrently; for students receiving a grade of B or higher in MAT 241 and PHY 210IN, the ENG 232RC course is optional.
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ENG260 Electrical Engineering Credit Hours: 3.00
Introductory survey of the electrical engineering discipline with emphasis on electrical power applications. Includes resistive circuits, inductance and capacitance, transients, steady-state sinusoidal analysis, and logic circuits. Also includes operational amplifiers, microcomputers, and diode electronics.
Prerequisite(s): MAT 231 and PHY 216IN.
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ENG274IN Digital Logic Credit Hours: 4.00
Introduction to the theory and design of digital logic circuits. Includes combinational logic design, sequential logic design, combinational and sequential component design, register-transfer level design, optimizations and tradeoffs, and physical implementation.
Prerequisite(s): ENG 175IN and MAT 231.
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ENG276IN Computer Programming for Engineering Applications II Credit Hours: 3.00
Advanced programming in C for engineering applications. Includes review of C programming, memory concepts, algorithms and analysis, and an introduction to C++
Prerequisite(s): ENG 175IN.
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ENG282IN Basic Electric Circuits Credit Hours: 5.00
Introduction to the fundamentals of alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC) circuits. Includes circuit variables, circuit elements, simple resistive circuits, techniques of circuit analysis, the operational amplifier; inductance, capacitance, and mutual inductance; response of first-order resistor-inductor (RL) and resistor-capacitor (RC) circuits, natural and step responses of RLC circuits, and sinusoidal steady-state analysis.
Prerequisite(s): MAT 231 and PHY 216IN.
Course Corequisites: MAT 262
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ENG297 Mineral Resources Engineering Topics Seminar Credit Hours: 1.00
Proseminar provides a first opportunity for students to research and exchange information on topics of interest in mineral resource engineering. Includes basic mining concepts and systems, mining technologies throughout the mine life, safety and environmental issues, current challenges, and technology innovations in the broad area of mining resources. Further develop one's skills in technical writing, project design, and apply knowledge from general education courses to challenges in the global development of resources.
Prerequisite(s): ENG 102IN.
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