# EGR - Engineering

## EGR 10000 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING (3)

An introduction to engineering drawing and computer programming. Topics include hand drafting, computer-aided drafting, orthographics, isometrics, sections, dimensioning, algorithmic formulation of problem solving using computer software, designing, writing, and debugging programs with a high level computer language.

## EGR 20000 STATICS (3)

The study of elementary engineering forces in equilibrium. Topics include vector notation, forces, moments, equilibrium, free body diagrams, friction, frames, beams, trusses, centroids, and second moments. Prerequisites: EGR 10000 Intro to Engineering and MAT 21044 Calculus I.

## EGR 20003 CIRCUITS (4)

Course focuses on direct current (DC) and alternating current (AC) circuit analysis using mesh and nodal techniques. Topics include Resistive, capacitive, inductive and op-amp circuits, Kirchhoff's laws and network theorems, frequency domain and impedance, and sinusoidal steady-state analysis. Prerequisite: MAT 21044 Calculus I.

## EGR 20006 DYNAMICS (3)

Course focuses on the study of elementary engineering kinematics and kinetics. Topics include rectilinear and curvilinear motion, translation, rotation, relative motion, forces, mass, acceleration, momentum, work,and energy. Prerequisite: EGR 20000 Statics.

## EGR 20009 THERMODYNAMICS (3)

Study of the conservation of energy in open and closed systems. Topics include first and second laws of thermodynamics, thermodynamic properties of gases, vapors, and gas-vapor mixtures, and energy-systems analysis including power cycles, refrigeration cycles, and air-conditioning processes. Prerequisite: MAT 21044 Calculus I.

## EGR 30000 ELECTRONICS (3)

An introduction to the characteristics and applications of semiconductor devices and circuits. Topics include diodes, bipolar junction transistors, field effect transistors, linear models, biasing and load line analysis of transistors circuits. Prerequisite: EGR 20003 Circuits.

## EGR 30003 MICROPROCESSORS (3)

An introduction to the architecture, operation, and application of microprocessors. Topics include assembly language programming, addressing, system clock and timing, serial and parallel ports, input/output devices, and interrupts. Prerequisites: EGR 10000 Introduction to Engineering, EGR 20003 Circuits, and MAT 20043 Discrete Math.

### Prerequisites

EGR 10000, EGR 20003, MAT 20043### Cross Listed Courses

CST 30003## EGR 30006 MECHANICS OF MATERIALS (3)

A study of the concepts of stress and strain. Topics include load effects, plane stress and strain, deformation of beams, shafts and axial members, and buckling. Prerequisites: MAT 31044 Calculus III, EGR 20000 Statics, and EGR 20006 Dynamics.

## EGR 30012 ENGINEERING LAB I (1)

An introduction to simple circuits and electrical instruments. Topics include applications of Kirchhoff's laws and network theorems, resistive circuits, series and parallel combinations, capacitors and inductors, voltage sources, function generators, digital multimeters, and oscilloscopes. Prerequisite: EGR 20003 Circuits

## EGR 31003 SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS (3)

An introduction to the time-domain representation of analog signals and systems. Properties of systems including linearity, time-invariance, causality, and stability. Topics include singularity functions, impulse response, and the convolution integral. Also explored are frequency domain techniques using the Laplace Transform, Fourier Transform, and Fourier Series, Bode Plots, and response to sinusoidal inputs. Prerequisites: EGR 20003 Circuits and MAT 21144 Calculus II.

## EGR 40000 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING (3)

An introduction to the analysis and representation of discrete-time signals. Explores aliasing, anti-aliasing filters, sampling continuous-time signals, quantization, and quantization noise. Topics include Discrete-time convolution, difference equations, the z-transform, the Discrete-Time Fourier Transform, the Discrete Fourier Transform, the Fast Fourier Transform, and FIR and IIR filters. Prerequisite: MAT 31044 Calculus III.

## EGR 40003 ENGINEERING LAB II (1)

An introduction to the fundamentals of mechanical and electronic measurement and instrumentation. Topics include instrument systems for measurements of pressure, temperature, displacement, force, strain, sound, vibration, and data collection and analysis to reinforce engineering concepts. Prerequisite: EGR 30012 Engineering Lab I.

## EGR 40006 ENGINEERING LAB III (1)

Basic concepts of the use of a microprocessor to control external devices is explored. Topics include assembly language programming, digital logic, subroutines, stacks, input/output techniques, bus structure, sampling analog signals, A/D and D/A conversion, and digital filtering. Prerequisites: EGR 40000 Digital Signal Processing and EGR 30012 Engineering Lab I; Co-requisite EGR 30003 Microprocessors.

## EGR 41003 FLUID MECHANICS (3)

An introduction to the principle concepts and methods of fluid motion. Topics include pressure, control volume analysis, resistance of fluids, open-channel flow, fluid statics, and dimensional analysis.

### Prerequisites

EGR 20006 Dynamics, MAT 22043 Linear Algebra, and MAT 21144 Calculus II.## EGR 49000 SEMINAR IN APPLIED ENGINEERING (4)

Capstone course in which students apply the skills acquired to the development of a technical solution to an open-ended problem. Topics include problem statement, specification, design process, building, implementation, testing, and documentation including a written report.