Engineering Courses (ENGR)
- 121 Engineering Graphics
- 131 Engineering Programming
- 203 Rocket Science and Space Exploration
- 235 Engineering Design Laboratory
- 274 Statics
- 290 Engineering in the Community
- 324 Electronics
- 365 Modeling and Simulation of Static and Dynamic Systems
- 435 Advanced Engineering Laboratory
- 437 Project Management
- 444 Advanced Topics in Engineering
- 450 Internship in Engineering
- 495 Engineering Research
This introduction to the use of computer-aided design is primarily oriented towards project work.
An introduction to computer programming and solutions to basic engineering problems.
This course focuses on the theoretical areas of basic mechanics and kinematics by looking at the fundamental physics used in rocket science. The technology, public perception, and public policy associated with space exploration are also investigated.
This course provides an opportunity for hands-on applied design and experimentation to develop, build and optimize products that meet specific real-world demands. Teamwork is emphasized and groups may involve students from different disciplines.
A study of numerical techniques for investigating static structures, including the stability of structures and the forces and torques generated within those structures.
Students undertake projects within the community that involve elements of engineering design. Projects can be undertaken individually or in groups.
This course provides a laboratory-based format for analyzing and designing electronic circuits. Emphasis will be placed on the science and utility of analog and digital techniques. In addition to the study of passive and active circuit elements, microcontrollers also are covered.
This course explores numerical techniques for solving problems for which analytic solutions either do not exist or are extremely challenging. It includes a study of both dynamic and static systems and structural analysis.
Laboratory projects and investigations of the student’s choosing. Teamwork is emphasized and groups may involve students from different disciplines.
Students who have a research/design project in mind can submit their project for consideration for ENGR 235/435.
Advanced offerings in engineering according to student interest and faculty experience.
This internship provides direct work experience in engineering with an approved organization.
This course provides the opportunity for students to engage in research with a faculty member.