Term: Fall 2019
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.
Diversity in CEMS: under-representation, environmental justice, gender/race participation, ethical considerations, urban planning, equal opportunity, Title IX. Landscape of race/gender in STEM.
This first year experience seminar course exposes students to curricular options and career paths in engineering. Also introduces basic principles of engineering design through project-based laboratories. Students interact with faculty, professionals and peers in their fields.
Traditional technical and scientific writing forms, including outlines, summaries, abstracts, technical descriptions, research reports/papers and proposals; written and oral technical communication with technical and nontechnical audience; electronic professional portfolio. Prerequisites: ENGS 001; Engineering major.
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.
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