ENGG 100 Engineering Graphics (Cr3) (2:2)
Training and experience in drafting procedure, practice and principles; basic skills and techniques of drafting including freehand orthographic and pictorial sketching; use of drafting equipment; essentials of lines, lettering, multiview projections, section views, dimensioning, tolerancing and notation in execution of detail and assembly drawings; introduction to computer-aided design basics for non-CAD majors. Also available through Online Learning. Additional course fees: $20.00.

ENGG 115 Computer Aided Design I (Cr3) (2:2)
Basic elements of computer-aided drafting using AutoCAD; working knowledge of system and screen controls, file management, creating entities, editing techniques, creating two-dimensional drawings, and printing/plotting methods. Pre- or coreq.- ENGG 100. Offered fall semester only.Additional course fees: $15.00.

ENGG 117 Technical Drawings and Specifications (Cr3) (3:0)
Interpreting and sketching engineering drawings and specifications; multiview projection, dimensioning, sectioning, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing; working drawings, pictorials; introduction to electrical, electronics, tooling, weld, and plastics drawing. Also available through Online Learning.

ENGG 125 Manufacturing Processes (Cr3) (3:1)
Fundamentals of manufacturing; survey of engineering materials, including the properties of each material and phase diagrams; processes for modifying materials; product design and material selection, relationship between conceptual, functional and process design; manufacturing processes; fundamental workings of the process, its capabilities, typical applications, advantages and limitations. Also available through Online Learning.

ENGG 191 Special Studies in Engineering (Cr1)
See Statement on Special Studies. Offered on demand.

ENGG 192 Special Studies in Engineering (Cr2)
See Statement on Special Studies. Offered on demand.

ENGG 193 Special Studies in Engineering (Cr3)
See Statement on Special Studies. Offered on demand.

ENGG 194 Special Studies in Engineering (Cr4)
See Statement on Special Studies. Offered on demand.

ENGG 201 Statics (Cr3) (3:0)
This is a calculus-based, problem-solving engineering course studying Engineering Mechanics - Statics. Topics covered are force resultants, force systems & moments, equilibrium of particles & rigid bodies, vector analysis, conditions for equilibrium in two & three dimensions, structural analysis, shear & bending moment diagrams, and friction. Prereq. - PHYS215 with C or better; Pre- or co-requisite - MATH210. Also available through Online Learning.

ENGG 205 Parametric Modeling (Cr3) (2:2)
Create, edit, manipulate and plot part and assembly models and drawings using parametric feature-based 3-D CAD modeling software such as Autodesk Inventor or SolidWorks. Using digital prototype models of industrial, mechanical, consumer product and plant design applications, perform rendering and analysis of design,animation and dynamic simulation of parts and assemblies; interface with Rapid Prototyping (RPP) and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing (CIM). Pre- or coreq. -ENGG261. Offered spring semester only.Additional course fees: $40.00.

ENGG 220 Design Project (Cr3) (2:2)
Students work individually or in teams to design a product that will utilize manufactured parts or components. Based on design parameters, students will research, develop, design, analyze and document their project while improving their technical writing, reporting, record keeping and drawing presentation skills. Pre- or coreq.- ENGG 205 and ENGL 151. Offered fall semester only.Additional course fees: $40.00.

ENGG 230 Team Project (Cr3) (2:2)
CAD students participate in teams to design and prototype a product under specified guidelines; emphasis on technical writing and reporting, effective teamwork, and prototyping. Only one of the following may be applied to graduation: ELEC 230 or ENGG 230. Pre- or coreq.- ENGG 205. Offered spring semester only.Additional course fees: $40.00.

ENGG 251 Strength of Materials (Cr3) (3:0)
This is an engineering and scientist level, calculus-based, problem-solving engineering course. Topics covered are the strength of engineering materials, including stress, strain, beams, columns, torsion, thin wall cylinders, thermal stress, and theory of failure Pre- or coreq.- ENGG 201 with C or better. Also available through Online Learning.

ENGG 252 Dynamics (Cr3) (3:0)
Kinematics and dynamics of particles and rigid bodies, principles of work and energy and impulse and momentum. Prereq.- ENGG 201.

ENGG 260 Engineering Materials (Cr3) (3:0)
Properties and structure of materials, metal crystallization, deformations and working processes, metallic alloys, heat treatment, corrosion and nonmetallic materials. Offered alternate years.

ENGG 261 Computer Aided Design II (Cr3) (2:2)
Advanced computer-aided drawing and editing commands as applied to mechanical, architectural and civil engineering work; geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, symbol libraries, attributes, script, DXF and basic isometric and 3-D wireframe drawing commands. Prereq.- ENGG 115. Offered spring semester only.Additional course fees: $20.00.

ENGG 262 Computer Aided Design III (Cr3) (2:2)
Working knowledge in creating 3-D drawings, surface and solid modeling, and visualization using AutoCAD; menu and toolbar customization and introduction to AutoLISP programming language; basic parametric modeling techniques. Prereq.- ENGG 261. Offered fall semester only.Additional course fees: $40.00.

ENGG 268 CAD Practicum (Cr2) (0:0:6)
Actual work experience in any of a variety of engineering disciplines providing exposure to the methodology of drafting and design technology to its product or service; presentation of a report on key experiences related to new product or process technology, drafting and design technology, or productivity improvement; emphasis on drafting and design issues, documentation, and communication skills. Prereq.- ENGL 101, ENGG 261, and approval of the instructor.

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