Engineering - Courses

ENGR 2017 - Introduction to Circuit Analysis (Offered in the spring)

Course Description

This course teaches basic electric circuit analysis techniques. Topics include a review of electricity fundamentals, DC circuit analysis, transient and steady state anaylysis of RLC circuits, phasers and AC circuit analysis, network functions, fourier analysis, and a lab.

The "user friendly" definition

This is a "hard core" engineering course on basic DC, AC, transient, time and frequency domain electric curcuits analysis. Digital electronics is not covered. Students will get limited exposure to electronic devices (op-amps, diodes, transistors) in lab. This course is applicable for engineering transfer students.

Prerequisites

Concurrent enrollment in MATH 2500 (Ordinary Differential Equations) and MATH 2600 (Introduction to Linear Algebra); PHYS 2100 (Electrical Physics Light) with a "C" grade or better.

Instructor

Mike Read

ENGR 2035 - Mechanics for Engineers - statics (Offered in the Fall)

Course Description

This course includes the determination of external and internal forces and moments on engineering structures and machines etc. Vector and scalar methods are used to solve force and moment problems. This course is applicable for engineering transfer students.

The "user friendly" definition

The analysis of "static" objects (example: bridges and cranes) under the action of forces. A great class where students get to apply and hone their problem solving skills on realistic engineering applications. 

Prerequisites

PHYS 2105 (Mechanical Physics, oscillations, AND waves) is a prerequisite for ENGR 2035, and MATH 2400 is normally taken concurrently.

Instructor

Mike Read




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