Engineering Technologies (ENGR)

ENGR-120  Principles of Engineering Technology  

3 Units (LAB 48-54, LEC 32-36)

This course includes a lecture and lab component and is designed for students interested in pursuing a career in Engineering Technology. Students will explore technology systems and engineering processes to learn how math, science, and technology impact our society. Topics include the design process, communication and documentation, engineering systems, energy and power, statics, properties of materials, materials testing, control systems, quality assurance and engineering for reliability.

Recommended Preparation: MATH-094 or MATH-096 or MATH-096B.

Transfers to both UC/CSU

ENGR-121  Introduction to Engineering Design  

3 Units (LAB 48-54, LEC 32-36)

This course provides a basic understanding of the design process used in engineering fields and the application of computer modeling software. Emphasis is placed on the design process, geometric relationships, visualization, technical sketching, modeling, model documentation, assemblies and production processes.

Prerequisite/Corequisite: ENGR-120 (with a grade of C or better).

Transfers to both UC/CSU

ENGR-125  Engineering Design and Development  

3 Units (LAB 48-54, LEC 32-36)

This course is a capstone course. Teams of students will work together to design and construct solutions to engineering problems. Emphasis will be placed on research methods, design problem statements, continuous improvement, cost analysis, prototyping, testing methods, project construction, and project presentation.

Prerequisite: ENGR-522, ENGR-523 and ENGR-524 (with a grade of C or better).

Transfers to CSU only

ENGR-154  Computer Aided Drafting I  

3 Units (LAB 48-54, LEC 32-36)

This course is an introductory course to Computer Aided Drafting (CAD). Course provides students with the necessary skills for entry level drafting careers in fields employing architectural and engineering drawings, surveying and planimetric mapping, and computer aided mapping skills, such as Geographic Information Systems. Applying cutting edge technology in the field of drafting, students learn concepts of engineering drawing and drafting plans through digital manipulation of design elements.

Recommended Preparation: ENGL-101 or computer experience or the completion of a computer literacy class.

Transfers to both UC/CSU

ENGR-164  Plane Surveying I  

4 Units (LAB 48-54, LEC 48-54)

This course will cover surveying fundamental skills which includes; use and proper care of surveying instruments, horizontal, vertical and angular measurements, layout and traverse procedures, computation, analysis, and adjustments of the traverse. Students will also get an introduction to the Public Land Survey System, State Plane Coordinates, Global Positioning System, and state/local laws.

Recommended Preparation: MATH-094, MATH-096 or MATH-096B.

Transfers to CSU only

ENGR-299  Special Projects: Engineering  

1-3 Unit (IS 16-54)

Students with previous course work in the program may do special projects that involve research and special study. The actual nature of the project must be determined in consultation with the supervising instructor.

Prerequisite: Two Engineering Technology classes must be completed prior to enrollment; a contract must be completed with the instructor prior to enrollment.

Transfers to CSU only

ENGR-505  Organizational Behavior (formerly ENGR-108)  

3 Units (LEC 48-54)

This course covers the impact of different management practices and leadership styles on worker satisfaction and morale, organizational effectiveness, productivity, and profitability. Topics include coverage of formal and informal organizations, group dynamics, motivation, and managing conflict and change. Upon completion, students should be able to analyze different types of interpersonal situations and determine an appropriate course of action. *Cross-listed as MGT-505. (formerly ENGR 108)

Transfers to CSU only

ENGR-522  Electronics for Engineering Technologists (formerly ENGR-122)  

3 Units (LAB 48-54, LEC 32-36)

This course will cover the application of electronics in engineering technology. The topics studied include safety, Ohm's Law, engineering notation, direct current circuits, capacitance, inductance, reactance, impedance, analog and digital waveforms, basic motors, number systems, logic gates, Boolean algebra, flip-flops, shift registers, and microprocessors. Techniques in computer simulation and electrical measurements are emphasized. (formerly ENGR 122)

Prerequisite: ENGR-121 (with a grade of C or better).

Transfers to CSU only

ENGR-523  Computer Integrated Manufacturing (formerly ENGR-123)  

3 Units (LAB 48-54, LEC 32-36)

This course explores the integration of engineering technology principles and automation in manufacturing environments. Topics include 3-D design and modeling, CNC programming and production, rapid prototyping, robotics and manufacturing systems. (formerly ENGR 123)

Prerequisite: ENGR-120 and ENGR-121 (with a grade of C or better).

Transfers to CSU only

ENGR-524  Civil Engineering and Architecture (formerly ENGR-124)  

3 Units (LAB 48-54, LEC 32-36)

This course includes a lab and lecture component and will explore the integration of engineering technology principles with civil and architectural applications. Topics include historical understandings, career fields, residential design, commercial applications, commercial building design and public applications. (formerly ENGR 124)

Prerequisite: ENGR-120 and ENGR-121 (with a grade of C or better).

Transfers to CSU only

ENGR-549  Cooperative Work Experience: Engineering Technology (formerly ENGR-149)  

0.5-8 Units CWE Paid 75-300/Unpaid 60-240

This course is supervised employment extending classroom-based occupational learning at an on-the-job learning station relating to the students' educational or occupational goal (Title 5 section 55252). Students may earn a maximum of (8) semester credit hours during one enrollment period. Students may earn up to a total of 16 semester credit hours for all Cooperative Work Experience Education. Offered as pass/no pass only. (formerly ENGR 149)

Other Enrollment Criteria: Each student must be enrolled for the full semester and have completed one course in the discipline. A training agreement must be completed prior to registration. Please refer to the Cooperative Work Experience Student Handbook for specific information.

Transfers to CSU only

ENGR-756  SolidWorks I (formerly ENGR-156)  

3 Units (LAB 48-54, LEC 32-36)

This course is designed to introduce the student to three-dimensional parametric solid modeling with SolidWorks. Students will begin with basic parametric solid modeling techniques advancing into complex assemblies. (formerly ENGR 156)

Not transferable