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16 Courses/Sections found for Fall 2014     (Each listing represents a different section.)
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Course IDCourse TitleUnits
CRN # Course Activity Time Days Instructor Location

ENGR 6ENGINEERING GRAPHICS4 Units
The application of orthographic projection to detail and assembly drawings, with examples from various engineering fields. Geometric construction, sketching, dimensioning for interchangeable assembly and specification of materials. Graphical analysis, documentation and presentation of engineering information. Theory of orthographic projection and its application to graphical solution of the more advanced three-dimensional space problems. Investigation of relationships between points, lines, planes and solids. Use of solid modeling computer program in carrying out the above course components.
3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (72 hours total per quarter.)
Advisory: ENGL 110 or ESLL 25 and MATH 220.
21108 ENGR-006.-01 Lecture01:30 PM-02:45 PMMWMARKT, CHERI4223
  Laboratory 03:00 PM-04:15 PMMWMARKT, CHERI4223

ENGR 10INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING5 Units
This is a first experience in engineering, this course is open to all students intending to major in engineering or wanting to try out engineering. Students will gain experience with project management and design, insights from discussions on ethics and environmental impact and skills in written and oral technical communication.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
Prerequisite: MATH 220.
Advisory: ENGL 110 or ESLL 25; not open to students with credit in ENGR 20; UC will accept for transfer credit either ENGR 10 or ENGR 49, not both.
Formerly: ENGR 20
21114 ENGR-010.-01 Lecture01:00 PM-02:15 PMTThPARIKH, SARAH4718
  Laboratory 02:45 PM-04:35 PMTThPARIKH, SARAH4718
ENGR-010.-01: Additional costs for online materials or content in place of or in addition to a textbook may be required.
21983 ENGR-010.-02 Lecture05:30 PM-07:20 PMMWMULLIN, JENNIFER4718
  Laboratory 07:30 PM-08:45 PMMWMULLIN, JENNIFER4718

ENGR 35STATICS5 Units
Principles of statics as applied to particles and rigid bodies in two and three dimensions under concentrated and distributed force systems. Equilibrium conditions in structures, machines, beams and cables. Determination of centroids and moments of inertia. Dry friction and methods of virtual work.
5 hours lecture. (60 hours total per quarter.)
Prerequisites: MATH 1B and PHYS 4A.
21751 ENGR-035.-01 Lecture10:00 AM-11:50 AMTThMARKT, CHERI4601
  Lecture 11:00 AM-11:50 AMFMARKT, CHERI4601

ENGR 37INTRODUCTION TO CIRCUIT ANALYSIS5 Units
Analysis of lumped, linear circuits in steady state DC and AC. Principals and Laws are used such as Ohm's Law and Kirchhoff's Law, Thevenin's and Norton's Theorem. Method of analyze circuit also include Linearity, Superposition, Source Transformation, and Maximum Power Transfer. First and second order circuits' complete response, AC power and steady-state analysis, frequency and transient response and circuits using op-amps.
5 hours lecture. (60 hours total per quarter.)
Prerequisites: MATH 1B and PHYS 4B.
22109 ENGR-037.-02 Lecture06:00 PM-08:15 PMTThFAKHARZADEH, MASOOD4301

ENGR 37LCIRCUIT ANALYSIS LABORATORY2 Units
Practical verification of theorems and concepts learned in ENGR 37 through experimentation. Included will be experiments in DC and AC circuits involving the utilization of a variety of instruments such as DC/AC meters, regulated power supplies, signal generators, oscilloscopes and frequency counters.
1 hour lecture-laboratory, 3 hours laboratory. (48 hours total per quarter.)
Corequisite: ENGR 37.
21116 ENGR-037L-01 Lecture-Laboratory01:30 PM-02:20 PMFSTAFF, M4716
  Laboratory 02:30 PM-05:20 PMFSTAFF, M4716

ENGR 47DYNAMICS5 Units
Intended for engineering majors planning to transfer to four-year institutions. It covers the fundamentals of kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies. Topics include general and relative motion, force and acceleration, work and energy, and impulse and momentum analyzed in two and three dimensions. Provides an introduction to vibrations and oscillations.
5 hours lecture. (60 hours total per quarter.)
Prerequisite: ENGR 35.
21738 ENGR-047.-01 Lecture01:00 PM-02:50 PMMWPARIKH, SARAH4602
  Lecture 01:00 PM-01:50 PMFPARIKH, SARAH4602

ENGR 49ENGINEERING PROFESSION1 Unit
A study of the engineering profession, its requirements, opportunities and responsibilities. Exposure to engineers and their educational, personal, and career paths. Review of engineering ethics. Students formulate a career plan.
1 hour lecture. (12 hours total per quarter.)
Advisory: UC will accept for transfer credit either ENGR 10 or ENGR 49, not both.
20183 ENGR-049.-01 Lecture12:00 PM-12:50 PMTPARIKH, SARAH4718
ENGR-049.-01: Additional costs for online materials or content in place of or in addition to a textbook may be required.

ENGR 62AINTRODUCTION TO 3D PRINTING & RAPID PROTOTYPE DESIGN4 Units
Introduction to career options and the fundamental processes used in the 3D design and model-making industry. Guest speakers, company tours, and career guides in addition to lectures and group discussions will give students an overview of the job skills and technologies required for various disciplines within the industry.
4 hours lecture. (48 hours total per quarter.)
21752 ENGR-062A-01 Lecture01:00 PM-02:50 PMTThMULLIN, JENNIFER4308

ENGR 83AINTRODUCTION TO BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING5 Units
Introduction to the field of biomedical engineering. Due to the nature of this highly interdisciplinary field, the students will be introduced to a wide variety of problems that biomedical engineers work to solve. Covers a variety of applications, such as, implantable devices, bioinstrumentation, biomaterials, and bioelectric phenomena. Provides a general understanding of the biomedical device industry in terms of its size and scope, current trends and the wide range of products involved with emphasis on biomedical companies in California. Provides an overview of the development of a medical device from initial conception through development, testing, validation, manufacture, clinical trials and final approval by regulatory agencies. Strongly recommended as a first class for those with no previous biomedical device industry experience.
5 hours lecture. (60 hours total per quarter.)
21758 ENGR-083A-01 Lecture05:30 PM-07:50 PMTThPANTCHENKO, OXANA4718

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