University of Vermont

UVM Course Directory

Term: Spring 2018

Subject: Engineering

ENGR 001 - First-Year Design Experience

Introduction to the engineering profession and the engineering design process. Hands-on experiences that emphasize interdisciplinary teamwork, seeking and defining problems, and developing, fabricating and/or testing solutions. Data analysis and technical communications.

ENGR 002 - Graphical Communication

Principles of computer-aided drafting/design; production of engineering drawings including: orthographic, auxiliary, section, pictorials and dimensioning, graphics and charts; applications in specific engineering disciplines.

ENGR 010 - D1:Dvrsty Issues:Math/Sci/Egr

Diversity in CEMS: under-representation, environmental justice, gender/race participation, ethical considerations, urban planning, equal opportunity, Title IX. Landscape of race/gender in STEM.

ENGR 112 - Building Information Modeling

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a digital representation integrating the design tools used by building disciplines under a single parametric computer model. Buildings, facilities and infrastructure are modeled with special attention to mechanical, plumbing, electrical and structural systems. Prerequisite: ENGR 002 or Instructor permission.

ENGR 114 - Advanced 3D Drafting

Creation of geometric solid representations of physical objects using three dimensional CAD. Introduces parametric design; analysis tools; assembly simulation; dimension methods & standards; tolerances & geometric tolerancing. Further addresses the design for manufacturing of machined parts; sheet metal; mold design. Prerequisite: ENGR 002 or Instructor permission.

ENGR 116 - Virtual Instrument Engineering

Introduces logical and electrical circuit modeling using computer-based virtualization tools in a graphical format. Includes circuit simulation; scripting, interfacing; signal processing; control of instruments and data acquisition. Prerequisite: ENGR 002 or Instructor permission.

ENGR 201 - Ethics in CEMS Rsrch/Practice

Professional responsibilities of computer scientists, engineers, mathematicians, and statisticians in research and practice. Professional rights and responsibilities, research integrity, fair credit in research and publication. Preerquisite: Minimum Senior standing.