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Course Information and Descriptions
EGR 121 Engineering Graphics (2-3)
3 Hours
This is an introductory course in engineering and engineering
technology curriculum. The course covers graphical communication
for engineers, designers and drafters to communicate technical ideas
in the context of the engineering design process in industry. Topics
include technical sketching, measurement/scaling, geometric
constructions, multiview and pictorial representation, sections,
auxiliary views, dimensioning and tolerancing, graphical analysis
and solutions, computer-aided drafting, and solid modeling.
Note: Prior completion of a high school drafting class is strongly
recommended.
Prerequisite: MTH 104 or MTH 115 or MTH 117 (all C or better) or
one year of High School Geometry or Consent of Instructor
Course fee
IAI: EGR 941, IND 911
EGR 125 Engineering Statics (3-0)
3 Hours
This course covers analysis of static structures for engineering
transfer students. Topics include particle statics, general principles
and force vectors, rigid body equilibrium, moments of inertia,
distributed forces and centroids, analysis of structures, virtual work,
and friction. Theory is applied to analyze engineering structures such
as trusses, frames, and machines. This course is designed for
students interested in the Engineering Transfer curriculum.
Note: Students may not receive credit towards graduation for both
EGR 125 and EGR 221.
Prerequisite: MTH 145 (C or better)
Corequisite: PHY 123
IAI: EGR 942
EGR 215 Mechanics of Materials for Technology (2-2) 3 Hours
This course covers mechanical and physical properties of materials
appropriate to the design of engineered structures including frames,
machines and buildings. It includes analysis and design of structural
joints, torsional shafts, beams and columns and analysis of structures
with combined loading. This course is appropriate for students in
engineering technology AAS programs.
Note: Students may not receive credit towards graduation for both
EGR 215 and EGR 216.
Prerequisite: EGR 115 (C or better)
Course fee
EGR 216
Statics and Mechanics
of Materials for Technology (5-1)
5 Hours
Analysis of forces on structural and mechanical systems: resultants
of force systems; algebraic and graphical conditions of equilibrium
of force systems; analysis of forces acting on members of frames,
trusses, etc; forces due to friction and properties of areas.
Mechanical and physical properties of materials such as stress,
strain, and modulus of elasticity appropriate to the design of
engineered structures including frames, machines and buildings.
Analysis and design of structural joints, torsional shafts, beams and
columns. Analysis of structures with combined loading. Includes
laboratory experiments/demonstrations.
Note: Students may not receive credit towards graduation for EGR
216 and EGR 115 or EGR 215.
Prerequisite: PHY 121 and MTH 117
Typically offered spring only
260
EGR 222 Engineering Mechanics of Materials (3-0) 3 Hours
This course is an engineering study of the elementary mechanics of
deformable bodies/strength of materials. The course includes
analysis of: the elastic and inelastic relationships between external
forces acting on engineering structures and the stresses and
deformations produced; tension and compression members; members
subjected to torsion and to bending; buckling (columns) combined
stresses; repeated loads (fatigue); energy loads and impact; and
influences of the properties of materials. This course is designed for
Engineering Transfer students.
Prerequisite: EGR 125 or EGR 221 (both C or better)
IAI: EGR 945
EGR 225 Engineering Dynamics (3-0)
3 Hours
This course introduces students to particle kinematics (rectilinear and
curvilinear); Newton’s laws; energy, work, and momentum methods;
planar dynamics and rigid bodies; rigid body kinematics; impulse
and momentum; and vibrations. Application to engineering structures
and mechanical systems emphasized. This course is designed for
students interested in the Engineering Transfer curriculum.
Note: Students may not receive credit towards graduation for both
EGR 225 and EGR 221.
Prerequisite: EGR 125 (C or better) and PHY 123 (C or better)
Corequisite: MTH 246
IAI: EGR 943
EGR 260 Introduction to Circuit Analysis (3-2)
4 Hours
This course will introduce circuit analysis at the engineering level. It
will include the standard analysis tools such as nodal analysis, mesh
analysis, Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorems and superposition.
Impedances are defined and AC steady state analysis is carried out as
well as analysis of transients in simple circuits. LaPlace transform
analysis is introduced as are bode plots and transfer functions. The
course will also cover three phase circuits and transformers.
Operational amplifiers are also introduced.
Prerequisite: MTH 146 (C or better)
Corequisite: PHY 124 and MTH 246 or MTH 227
Typically offered spring only
IAI: EGR 931L
English (ENG)
Communication Arts, Humanities and
Fine Arts Division, Room B210, (847) 543-2040
ENG 100 Success in Writing and Reading (1-0)
1 Hour
This course is designed for students who have not met the College
Reading and Writing Readiness prerequisite, but whose academic
proficiency test scores indicate that they are close to that
achievement. Each section of English 100 is linked with a section of
English 121 and the two courses are taught by the same instructor. In
this class, students will work on developing, revising, and editing
papers assigned in their English 121 class and on strategies for
reading challenging course texts.
Corequisite: ENG 121 and Department Consent