

Engineering
Science,
Math and Engineering Division
ENGR05 COMPUTER GRAPHICS (Also: DRFT05)
3 units: 2 hours lecture, 3 hours lab.
Prerequisite: DRFT04A.
Advisories: ENGL81, ENGL84; MATH80 or MATH83.
This course utilizes computer graphics to prepare engineering drawings including geometric constructions, multiview drawing, sectioning, auxiliary views, pictorial drawing, and developments.
ENGR10 ENGINEERING MATERIALS (CAN ENGR 4)
3 units: 3 hours lecture.
Prerequisites: CHEM04A; PHYS04A.
Advisories: ENGLA, ENGL41.
This course is an introduction to the atomic and microscopic structure of modern engineering materials. The effects of structure and manufacturing processes on the mechanical, electrical, and other physical properties of materials are studied. Metals, alloys, ceramics, polymers, and composites are explored. (3/00)
ENGR12 FORTRAN PROGRAMMING
(Also: CPSC12 and MATH12)
3 units: 2 hours lecture, 3 hours lab.
Prerequisite: MATH02, or MATH25 and MATH26.
Advisories: ENGLA, ENGL41.
This course teaches students to use the FORTRAN programming language to solve problems in a wide variety of areas. Programming design, problemsolving, and debugging techniques are emphasized throughout the course. (3/00)
ENGR14 C++ PROGRAMMING (Also: MATH14)
3 units: 2 hours lecture, 3 hours lab.
Oneway corequisite: MATH02, or MATH25 and MATH26.
Advisories: ENGLA, ENGL41.
This is the entrylevel comprehensive concepts course for computer science majors, and recommended for science and math majors. Algorithm design, logic diagrams, problemsolving, coding, and debugging are emphasized using a structured language such as C++.
(3/00)
ENGR15 ELEMENTARY MECHANICS (STATICS) (CAN ENGR 8)
3 units: 3 hours lecture.
Prerequisite: PHYS04A. Oneway corequisite: MATH04C.
Advisories: ENGLA, ENGL41.
This course is the study of rigid bodies when acted upon by forces and couples in 2D and 3D space. Included are trusses, frames, machines, beams, friction, centroids, centers of mass, and moments of inertia. (1/01)
ENGR18 ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS ANALYSIS (CAN ENGR 6)
4 units: 3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab.
Prerequisite: PHYS04B. Oneway corequisite: MATH04C.
Advisories: ENGLA, ENGL41.
This course covers basic circuit analysis emphasizing resistive circuits, natural and forced response of inductive and capacitive circuits, phasor analysis, and semiconductor elements. Lab involves construction and measurement of circuits using power supplies, breadboards, multimeters, oscilloscopes, and function generators. (1/01)
ENGR25 GRAPHICS (CAN ENGR 2) (Also: DRFT25)
3 units: 2 hours lecture, 3 hours lab.
Prerequisite: DRFT04A. Advisory: MATH04A.
This course involves use of computeraided drafting and hand sketching to solve problems and communicate ideas. The course is also an introduction to descriptive geometry, using computers and more traditional methods of problem solving through the auxiliary view and twoview methods. The development of graphical methods in their application to graphs, charts, and spatial and vector geometry will be studied. (1/02)
ENGR30 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING
[CILC area C] 2 units: 1 hour lecture, 3 hours lab.
Advisories: ENGLA, ENGL41; MATHC or MATHD.
This course covers three areas: a description of engineering careers, a factual comparison of engineering degrees and transfer universities, and a discussion of the academic skills required to earn an engineering degree. Successful students will be able to articulate their engineering career goals. The course includes laboratory activities and field trips to engineering companies. (10/04)
ENGR49AZZ SPECIAL TOPICS IN ENGINEERING
0.5  3 units: 03 hours lecture, 09 hours lab.
Advisories: ENGLA, ENGL41.
This course covers special topics in engineering to meet needs that cannot be included in the current engineering courses. It will assist students in acquiring the most uptodate information possible in order to cope with the rapidly changing world of technology and design. (2/01)
