Engineering, General (ENGR)

ENGR 006A  Electric Circuits/Engineering & Science   Units: 4

This course is the first semester of a one year course designed to provide students with a broad knowledge of the theoretical background and experimental application of modern electronic devices and circuitry. It covers basic electronic concepts, solid state devices such as diodes and transistors and an introduction to basic analog and digital circuit design and analysis emphasizing practical applications including Ohm's Law and Kirchhoff's Laws; nodal and loop analysis; analysis of linear circuits; network theorems; transients in RLC circuits; sinusoidal steady-state analysis and application of PSPICE to circuit analysis. (Equivalent to PH-006A.)
Lecture Hours: 54         Lab Hours: 54          Repeatable: No
Grading: Letter
Prerequisite: MATH-001A
Advisory: None
Limitation on enrollment: None
Transfer Status: CSU/UC                 Degree Applicable: AA/AS
COD GE: C1                 CSU GE: None                 IGETC: None

ENGR 009  Introduction To Engineering   Units: 3

This course is a basic introduction to Engineering and its different fields. Covers procedures and pathways to reach full academic potential in each student's field of choice. Discusses ethics and communication skills while applying design and analysis techniques to projects from various areas of engineering. This course is intended for students pursuing a degree in engineering.
Lecture Hours: 36         Lab Hours: 54          Repeatable: No
Grading: Letter
Prerequisite: None
Advisory: MATH-054
Limitation on enrollment: None
Transfer Status: CSU/UC                 Degree Applicable: AA/AS
COD GE: None                 CSU GE: None                 IGETC: None

ENGR 011  Statics   Units: 3

This course is an introduction to the analysis of forces on engineering structures in equilibrium. Vector analysis is utilized to study two- and three-dimensional frames, machines and trusses. Principles of friction, centroids, center of gravity, and moment of inertia for areas and masses are applied to analyze complex real-world problems. (Equivalent to PH-011.)
Lecture Hours: 54         Lab Hours: None          Repeatable: No
Grading: Letter
Prerequisite: MATH-001B and PH-003A
Advisory: None
Limitation on enrollment: None
Transfer Status: CSU/UC                 Degree Applicable: AA/AS
COD GE: None                 CSU GE: None                 IGETC: None

ENGR 012  Dynamics   Units: 3

This course is intended for engineering majors planning to transfer to four-year institutions. It covers the fundamentals of kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies. Topics include kinematics of particle motion, Newton's Second Law, planar and three dimensional motion of rigid bodies, momentum and energy principles for rigid body motion and an introduction to vibrations and oscillations. (Equivalent to PH-012.)
Lecture Hours: 54         Lab Hours: None          Repeatable: No
Grading: Letter
Prerequisite: ENGR-011 or PH-011
Advisory: None
Limitation on enrollment: None
Transfer Status: CSU/UC                 Degree Applicable: AA/AS
COD GE: None                 CSU GE: None                 IGETC: None

ENGR 013  Materials Science   Units: 3

Application of basic principles of chemistry and physics to the mechanical, electrical, optical, thermal, magnetic, and deteriorative properties of materials. Special emphasis is given to the relationship between microstructure and the properties of metals, polymers, ceramics, and semiconducting materials.
Lecture Hours: 54         Lab Hours: None          Repeatable: No
Grading: Letter
Prerequisite: CH-001A and MATH-001A
Advisory: PH-003A
Limitation on enrollment: None
Transfer Status: CSU/UC                 Degree Applicable: AA/AS
COD GE: None                 CSU GE: None                 IGETC: None