Engineering Courses

ENGR 110 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING 2.0 UNITS

Class hours: 2.0 Lecture

This course explores the branches of engineering, the functions of engineers, and the industries in which they work. It explains the engineering education pathways and explores effective strategies for students to reachtheir full academic potential. Methods and tools of engineering problem-solving and design are presented, including the interface of the engineer with society and engineering ethics. This course develops communication skills pertinent to the engineering profession.

Transfer Credit: CSU

This course articulates to the the following schools:

  • California State University Long Beach as ENGR 101.

ENGR 112 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 3.0 UNITS

Class hours: 2.0 Lecture/3.0 Laboratory

Prerequisite: MATH 140 or equivalent with a grade of "C" or higher or "Pass."

This course covers the principles of the graphic language of the engineer expressed through sketching and instrument drawings covering orthographic projection,primary and secondary auxiliary views, dimensioning and tolerancing practices, and the working drawing. This course provides an introduction to computer-aided design (CAD) and 2D and 3D CAD sketching skills. The use of CAD software is an integral part of the course. Descriptive geometry methods will be introduced. This course is required ofall engineering students.

Transfer Credit: CSU, UC

This course articulates to the the following schools:

  • The combination of this class (ENGR112) and ENGT 131 gives credit for EGME 102 at California State University Fullerton.
  • This course gives credit for MFE 126 and MFE 126L at CalPoly Pomona.
  • The combination of this class (ENGR112) and ENGT 138 give credit for ME9 at the University of California Riverside.
  • University of California Santa Barbara as ME 10.
  • University of California Davis as ENGIN 4
  • California State University Long Beach as MAE 172.

 

ENGR 215 CIRCUITS 3.0 UNITS

Class hours: 3.0 Lecture

Prerequisite: PHYS 202 or equivalent with a grade of "C" or higher or "Pass."

Corequisite: MATH 240 or MATH 250 or prior completion or equivalent with a grade of "C"or higher or "Pass."

This course includes the study of the fundamental principles essential to understanding electric circuits. These include Kirchhoff 's laws, Ohm's law, network theorems, mesh and nodal analysis, Thevenin and Norton equivalents, inductors and capacitors, resister capacitor and resister coil circuits, and sinusoidal steady-state analysisand calculations.

Transfer Credit: CSU

This course articulates to the the following schools:

  • California State University Long Beach as EE 211.
  • University of California Santa Barbara ME 6.
  • University of California Davis as ENGIN 17
  • California State University Fullerton as ENGR 215
  • University of California, Los Angeles as EL ENGR 100

 

ENGR 235 STATICS 3.0 UNITS

Class hours: 3.0 Lecture

Prerequisite: MATH 190 and PHYS 201 or equivalents with grades of "C" or higher or "Pass."

This course covers the part of the science of mechanics that deals with external force systems and equilibrium conditions on

Transfer Credit: CSU

This course articulates to the the following schools:

  • California State University Los Angeles as CE 201 or ME 201.
  • California State University Long Beach as CE 205.
  • CalPoly Pomona as ETT 210 or ME214 and ME 224L.
  • University of California Riverside (UCR) as ME10.
  • University of California Santa Barbara as ME 14.
  • California State University Fullerton as EGCE 201.
  • University of California Davis as ENGIN 35.