|Course Number||Course Title||Class / Credit Hours||Prerequisites / Co-requisites||Course Description|
|ENGR 14000||PROGRAMMING FOR ENGINEERS||(Class 2, Cr. 2)||Prerequisite: MA 15900||
An introduction to computer programming and design with emphasis on engineering applications. The organization of programming logic which is applicable to all computer languages. The C++ programming language will be introduced and used to implement structured programming designs.
|ENGR 15100||SOFTWARE TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS||(Class 2, Lab. 3, Cr. 3)||Prerequisite: MA 15900||
Introduction to MATLAB and engineering problem solving, with MATLAB. Students will be introduced to arrays rational and logical operations, control flow of sequence, selection and repetition, function definition, 2-D and 3-D graphics, data analysis, Graphical Used Interface (GUI) development, and Simulink.
|ENGR 15200||PROGRAMMING FOR ENGINEERS||(Class 2, Lab. 3, Cr. 3)||Prerequisite: ENGR 15100||
Introductory C programming course. Students will be introduced to basic syntax, standard mathematics library, control structures, user-defined functions, arrays, pointers, structures, and file I/Os. Laboratory exercises will accelerate learning of fundamental materials through supervised practice.
|ENGR 16000||SOFTWARE TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS||(Class 2, Cr. 2)||Prerequisite: ENGR 14000||
An introduction to packaged software solutions designed for engineering applications. Emphasis will be on MATLAB and Simulink packages with direct applications to engineering problems.
|ENGR 18600||FIRST YEAR SEMINAR FOR ENGINEERS||(Class 1, Cr. 1)||
The course will provide the foundations for students enabling them to: learn to succeed, work together in teams, understand the field chosen for study and orient them to university life and environs.
|ENGR 19000||ELEMENTARY ENGINEERING DESIGN||(Class 1, Lab. 3, Cr. 2)||Prerequisite: MA 159||
An introduction to engineering design.
|ENGR 19500||FRESHMAN ENGINEERING PROJECTS||(Class 1 to 3, Lab. 0 to 6, Cr. 1 to 3)||
|ENGR 22000||INTRODUCTORY ENGINEERING III||(Class 1, Cr. 1)||Prerequisite: ENGR 16000||
Continuation of ENGR 16000. Further lectures on the engineering profession and a continuation of computer programming design and implementation. Emphasis on engineering applications.