Lab Course for ENGR-221. Must be taken concurrently with ENGR-221. 10/01/2020-12/10/2020 Laboratory Thursday 09:00AM - 11:50AM, Barlow Hall, Room B276
Designed to give the student a thorough understanding of basic electrical circuit theory, this course covers voltage and current relationships and fundamental methods of circuit analysis. Electrical circuit parameters such as resistance, inductance, and capacitance will be examined through theory and laboratory experiments. Lecture Monday, Wednesday 02:30PM - 03:50PM; Lab Thursday 09:00AM - 11:50AM
First term of engineering mechanics sequence. This course focuses on the study of force systems acting on articles or rigid bodies under equilibrium conditions. 09/28/2020-12/09/2020 Lecture Monday, Wednesday 04:00PM - 05:50PM, Dejardin Hall, Room DJ235
Introduction to basic scientific and engineering computing using MATLAB. Covers methods of engineering analysis, design, and problem solving with computational tools. Emphasis on developing proficiency in writing functions and programs. 09/28/2020-12/09/2020 Lecture Monday, Wednesday 11:00AM - 12:20PM, Industrial Technology Center, Room I202
Introduction to the basic ideas and tools of the engineering profession. An exploration of career and education options within the field, and the skills needed to achieve career goals. Methods of engineering analysis, design, and problem solving culminating in a design project. The class will cover all facets of engineering design, including background research, requirement specification and prioritization, development, prototype construction, testing, and evaluation for future redesigns. 09/29/2020-12/10/2020 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 03:00PM - 04:20PM, Dejardin Hall, Room DJ233
Introduction to the basic ideas and tools of the engineering profession. An exploration of career and education options within the field, and the skills needed to achieve career goals. Methods of engineering analysis, design, and problem solving culminating in a design project. The class will cover all facets of engineering design, including background research, requirement specification and prioritization, development, prototype construction, testing, and evaluation for future redesigns. 09/28/2020-12/09/2020 Lecture Monday, Wednesday 01:30PM - 02:50PM, Pauling, Room P102