EGR 170 Engineering Materials (3)
This course is a study of the properties, material behaviors, and applications of
materials used in engineering structures and products.
EGR 190 Statics (3)
This course is a study of forces and the effect of forces acting on bodies in equilibrium
EGR 260 Engineering Statics (3)
(Transfer course) this course is an introduction to the principles of engineering
mechanics as applied to forces and force systems. The techniques of vector mathematics
EGR 270 Intro to Engineering (3)
(Transfer course) This course covers the applications of computers in engineering
practices, including the use of an appropriate operating system, programming in a
high level language, spread sheets, and word processing applications.
EGR 275 Intro to Eng/Computer Graphics (3)
(Transfer course) this course is a study of basic graphical concepts needed for engineering
EGR 282 Intro to Civil Engineering (2)
This course covers the engineering process from problem formulation to creative design
through practical solutions of civil engineering problems.
EGR 285 Engineering Surveying I (3)
This course covers linear measurements, leveling, compass and transit/theodolite,
Theory of Errors, areas, stadia, coordinate geometry, state plane coordinates, and
standard map projections.
EGR 286 Engineering Survey II (3)
This course covers land surveying and boundary laws, public land surveys, topographic
mapping, horizontal and vertical curves, lot calculations, and engineering astronomy.
EGR 288 Drainage Design (3)
This course covers a study of hydrology and drainage design specifically to the local
EGR 289 SCWE in Engineering (3)
This course integrates engineering skills with an approved job environment related
to the engineering industry.
EGR 295 Engineering Surveying Lab I (1)
This course covers horizontal control, including distance and angular measurements,
traversing, and preparation of a plat. Vertical control includes the performance of
a level loop.
EGR 296 Engineering Surveying Lab II (1)
This course covers locating buildings and other objects within a boundary survey,
performing a topographic survey, preparing a topographic map, and staking out a horizontal