CE 27100 Basic Mechanics I (Statics) |
CE 30300 Engineering Surveying |
CE 32300 Soil Engineering |
CE 32401 Mechanics of Materials |
CE 32800 Mechanics of Materials Laboratory |
CE 33001 Structure and Properties of Materials |
CE 41000 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics Class 3, lab 3, cr. 4. Prerequisite: ME 31001. Not open to ME 41000 students. This course is a continuation of Fluid Mechanics. Topics will include hydraulics, external boundary layer flow, and introduction to fluid power and gas dynamics. |
ECE 20100 Linear Circuit Analysis I |
ECE 20200 Linear Circuit Analysis II |
ECE 20700 Electronic Measurement Techniques |
ECE 20800 Electronic Devices and Design Laboratory Lab 3, cr. 1. Prerequisite: ECE 20700. Corequisite: ECE 25500. Laboratory experiments in the measurement of electronic device characteristics. Design of biasing networks, small signal amplifiers and switching circuits. |
ECE 25500 Introduction to Electronic Analysis & Design Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisites: ECE 20100. Diode, bipolar transistor and FET circuit models for the design and analysis of electronic circuits. Single and multistage analysis and design; introduction to digital circuits. Computer aided design calculations, amplifier operating point design, and frequency response of single and multistage amplifiers. High frequency and low frequency designs are emphasized. |
ECE 26400 Advanced C Programming Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisite: ENGR 18100 or ENGR 195E. Continuation of a first programming course. Topics include files, structures, pointers, and the proper use of dynamic data structures. |
ECE 27000 Introduction to Digital System Design Class 3, lab 3, cr. 4. Prerequisites: ECE 20100 and ECE 20700. An introduction to digital system design, with an emphasis on practical design techniques and circuit implementation. |
ECE 30001 Signals and Systems Laboratory |
ECE 30100 Signals and Systems Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisite: ECE 20200. Classification, analysis and design of systems in both the time- and frequency-domains. Continuous-time linear systems: Fourier Series, Fourier Transform, bilateral Laplace Transform. Discrete-time linear systems: difference equations, Discrete-Time Fourier Transform, bilateral z-Transform. Sampling, quantization, and discrete-time processing of continuous-time signals. Discrete-time nonlinear systems: median-type filters, threshold decomposition. System design examples such as the compact disc player and AM radio. |
ECE 30200 Probabilistic Methods in Electrical and Computer Engineering Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisite: MA 26200. Corequisite: ECE 30100. An introductory treatment of probability theory including distribution and density functions, moments and random variables. Applications of normal and exponential distributions. Estimation of means, variances, correlation and spectral density functions. Random processes and responses of linear systems to random inputs. |
ECE 30800 Systems Simulation and Control Laboratory |
ECE 31100 Electric and Magnetic Fields Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisites: ECE 20100, PHYS 26100, & MA 26200. Continued study of vector calculus, electrostatics, magnetostatics, and Maxwell's Equations. Introduction to electromagnetic waves, transmission lines, and radiation from antennas. |
ECE 32100 Electromechanical Motion Devices |
ECE 32300 Electromechanical Motion Devices and Systems Laboratory |
ECE 36200 Microprocessor Systems and Interfacing Class 3, cr. 3 or Class 3, lab. 3, cr. 4. Prerequisites: ECE 26400 & ECE 27000. An introduction to microcontroller instruction sets, assembly language programming, microcontroller interfacing, microcontroller peripherals, and embedded system design. |
ECE 38200 Feedback System Analysis and Design |
ECE 40200 Electrical Engineering Design Projects Class 1, lab 6, cr. 3. Prerequisite: Senior standing. Lecture sessions provide the student with background information on the design and management of projects. Formal lectures cover, for example, design for manufacturability, design for quality, test and evaluation, reliability and ethics, patents and copyrights, plus case studies. During the laboratory sessions, the students work in teams on a challenging open-ended electrical engineering project that draws on previous course work. Projects routinely involve standard design facets (such as consideration of alternative solutions, feasibility considerations and detailed system descriptions) and include a number of realistic constraints (such as cost, safety, reliability, and aesthetics). |
ECE 43800 Digital Signal Processing with Applications Class 3, lab 3, cr. 4. Prerequisites: ECE 30100 & ECE 30200. The course is presented in three units. Foundations: the review of continuous-time and discrete-time signals and spectral analysis; design of finite impulse response and infinite impulse response digital filters; processing of random signals. Speech processing: vocal tract models and characteristics of the speech waveform; short-time spectral analysis and synthesis; linear predictive coding. Image processing; two dimensional signals, systems, and spectral analysis; image enhancement; image coding; image reconstruction. The laboratory experiments are closely coordinated with each unit. Throughout the course, the integration of digital signal processing concepts in a design environment is emphasized. |
ECE 44000 Transmission of Information ECE 46300 Introduction to Computer Communication Networks |
ECE 48300 Digital Control Systems Analysis and Design Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisite: ECE 38200. The course introduces feedback computer controlled systems, the components of digital control systems, and system models in the z-domain (z-transfer functions) and in the time domain (state variable representations). The objectives for system design and evaluation of system performance are considered. Various discrete-time controllers are designed, including PID-controllers, state and output feedback controllers, and reconstruction of states using observers. Systems with the designed controllers are tested by simulations. |
ENGR 17100 Engineering Fundamentals I Class 4, lab 2, cr. 5. Corequisite: MA 16700. An introduction to approaches and techniques for solving engineering problems. Software tools are introduced and used for solving engineering case studies. Engineering report writing is included. Presentation techniques are also demonstrated. In the laboratory, students use various software packages to solve real-world problems. |
ENGR 18100 Engineering Fundamentals II Class 4, lab 2, cr. 5. Prerequisite: ENGR 17100. Corequisite: MA 16900. A more advanced approach to engineering problem solving. More in-depth use is made of programming and applications software. Students work in teams to perform real-world case studies using several programming languages and software packages. Numerous oral and written presentations are required. |
ENGR 45000 Engineering Analysis |
ENGR 45100 Engineering Analysis II |
ENGR 46100 Engineering Design Experience |
ENGR 49900 Engineering |
ME 20000 Thermodynamics I |
ME 27000 Basic Mechanics I (Statics) |
ME 27400 Basic Mechanics II (Dynamics) |
ME 30201 Thermodynamics II |
ME 31001 Fluid Mechanics (Fluid Dynamics) |
ME 31601 Heat and Mass Transfer |
ME 32401 Mechanics of Materials |
ME 32800 Mechanics of Materials Laboratory Lab 3, cr. 1. Prerequisite: ME 27400. Experimental approach to mechanics of materials emphasizing mechanics fundamentals as applied to machine design applications. Experiments cover stress and strain in machine elements; mechanical properties of materials; extension, torsion, and bending of members; thermal stress; pressure vessels; static indeterminacy, stress transformation, Mohr's circle. |
ME 33001 Structure and Properties of Materials |
ME 35300 Machine Design I |
ME 36600 Systems and Measurements |
ME 37600 System Modeling and Analysis |
ME 41000 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics Class 3, lab 3, cr. 4. Prerequisite: ME 31001. Not open to CE 41000 students. This course is a continuation of Fluid Mechanics. Topics will include hydraulics, external boundary layer flow, and introduction to fluid power and gas dynamics. |
ME 45101 Machine Design II Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisite: ME 35300. Design and analysis of mechanical systems, for fluctuating loading. Fatigue analysis. Application of design fundamentals to mechanical components, and integration of components to form systems. |
ME 45600 Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisite: ME 27400. This course is a continuation of Basic Mechanics II. Topics will include kinematics and dynamics of machinery, synthesis and analysis of mechanisms and machines, and computer applications in the design of mechanisms and machines. |
ME 45700 Vibration Analysis Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisite: ENGR 45000. This course is an introduction to simple vibratory motions such as damped and undamped free and forced vibrations, resonance, vibratory systems with more than one degree of freedom. Topics will include Coulomb and hysteric damping, transverse vibration of beams, torsional vibration, computation of natural frequencies and mode shapes, applications. |
ME 46800 Thermal Systems Design Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisite: ME 30201 and ME 31001. Corequisite: ME 31601. Application of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and heat transfer fundamentals to the design of energy engineering systems with an emphasis on modeling, simulation, economic analysis and optimization. Applications include thermal regulation in buildings, heat exchangers, electronic cooling devices, manufacturing processing of primary metals and plastics, fluid machinery, pipes and ducts. |
ME 47900 Solar Engineering Systems Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisites: ME 30201 and ME 31001. Corequisite: ME 31601. Application of heat transfer, thermodynamics and photovoltaics to the design and analysis of solar energy collectors and systems. Theory, economics and practice of solar energy applications. |
ME 49400 Power Plant Engineering Class 3, cr. 3. Prerequisite: ME 30201 and ME 31001. Corequisite: ME 31601. Thermodynamic analysis of power plant systems for the generation of electric power. Power cycles and design of equipment for the generation of power. Gas and steam turbines and generators. Waste heat recovery and applications. Plant operations, economics and environmental impact. |