Engineering

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ENGR 150 Introduction to Engineering 3
Introduction to engineering problem-solving techniques unique to areas of the technical world, including chemical, civil, construction, nuclear, manufacturing, mechanical, and electrical disciplines. Problem solving is presented in both English and International (SI) Units.

200s

ENGR 240 Computational Methods for Engineering 3
Prereq.: ENGR 150 (C- or higher); MATH 135 (may be taken concurrently) or MATH 152 (may be taken concurrently). The application of industry standard calculation tools for problem solving, graphing and analyzing engineering data, and programming of formulae, and procedures. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory, course meets four hours per week.

ENGR 251 Engineering Mechanics I - Statics 3
Prereq.: ENGR 150 (C- or higher) and PHYS 125 (C- or higher) and MATH 221 (may be taken concurrently). Engineering vector mechanics of equilibrium (statics), covering force resolution and composition, force moments and couples, and equilibrium equations for analysis. Forces and moments acting on structures and machines, centroids, and moments of inertia are evaluated. Fall.

ENGR 252 Engineering Mechanics II - Dynamics 3
Prereq.: ENGR 251 (C- or higher). Engineering vector mechanics of non-equilibrium conditions (dynamics), covering the kinematics of motion and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies. Spring.

ENGR 290 Engineering Technical Writing and Presentation 3
Prereq.: ENG 110. Investigate and practice the values, structures, and audience that provide the context for engineering documents, such as technical reports, executive summaries, abstracts, instructions and procedures, proposals, electronic communications, and presentations. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory, course meets four hours per week. Skill Area I

ENGR 291 Engineering Diversity 3
Prereq.: ENGR 150 (C- or higher) or permission of instructor. Analysis of engineering diversity including legal, ethical, and equity consequences in engineering as influenced by the expansion of the global economy. Cultural, racial, and gender issues are emphasized, as well as regional differences. Fall, Summer. Study Area III [D]

300s

 

ENGR 357 Mechanics of Materials 3
Prereq.: ENGR 251 (C- or higher). The analysis of simple and combined stress, torsion, flexure, and deflection of beams, continuous and restrained beams, combines axial and bending loads, and columns.

ENGR 392 Engineering Practicum (400 hours) 1
Prereq.: ENGR 357. This course provides students the opportunity to apply engineering principles, theory, and problem solving procedures in industry to gain practical engineering experience. Irregular

 

400s

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ENGR 490 Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) 3
Prereq.: ET or CE, or ME senior standing or permission of instructor. Further development of topics included in the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) general exam. Currently, Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection application deadlines are December 1 and July 1, prior to the April and October FE Exam offerings. Spring.

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