13. Engineering (ENGR)
1100 Engineering Seminar (1-0)
This course will prepare entering students to succeed in the college and introduce students
to careers in engineering and science. The course cannot be counted toward a degree in an
1300 Introduction to Science and Engineering (3-0)
This course will help the student develop learning, study, and group skills, improve math
application skills, and develop critical thinking and basic computer skills and problem
solving skills. Basic concepts in engineering and science will be introduced. Prerequisite:
MATH 0310. MATH 0310 may be taken concurrently with ENGR 1300.
1400 Introduction to Engineering and Physical Sciences (3-3)
This course will help the student develop critical thinking skills, improve problem solving skills, increase learning, study, and group skills, develop basic computer skills, and improve math application skills. Basic concepts in science and engineering will be introduced and explored through projects. The course is designed for pre-science and pre-engineering students who are not yet enrolled in MATH 1508. Prerequisites: MATH 0311. MATH 0311 may be taken concurrently with ENGR 1400.
1401 Introduction to Engineering and Design (3-3)
This course will introduce the student to effective procedures for solving engineering and
design problems using mathematics, computers, basic measuring systems and devices,
computational tools, and statistical concepts. The course will also introduce the student to
the engineering profession, including the role and responsibilities of the engineer in today's
society. Prerequisites: MATH 1508 and ENGL 1311; MATH 1508 and ENGL 1311 may be taken concurrently with ENGR 1401.
1402 Foundations of Engineering and Design (3-3)
This course will introduce the student to foundations for computer programming,
engineering design, project management, engineering economy, safety, human factors,
engineering ethics, and legal aspects of engineering practice. These topics will be integrated
with design projects that include written and oral presentations. Prerequisites: ENGR 1401
with a "C" or better and MATH 1411; MATH 1411 may be taken concurrently with ENGR