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ENGINEERING GRAPHICS | 221625 | 9/7/2017 11:15:08 AM | Engineering | EGR-151 | Engineering Graphics introduces the graphical language used by engineers, designers and drafters, to communicate technical ideas in the context of engineering design/manufacturing processes in industry. The course covers such topics as technical sketching, measurement/scaling, geometric constructions, multiview/working drawings, auxiliary projection, pictorials, solid modeling and descriptive geometry. The use of CAD is emphasized throughout the course. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Major Course Equivalent: EGR941] | Undergraduate | Engineering | ||

TOPICS IN ARCHITECTURE/ENGINEERING | 221599 | 7/6/2017 11:15:08 AM | Topics in Architecture/ | Architectural & Engr Design | AET-290 | Topics in Architecture/Engineering has various titles depending on the specific topic being explored. Topics vary according to semester and section. Offerings are listed in the current course schedule. Students may repeat this course three times on different topics for a maximum of 12 credit hours.(1.2-Articulated) Note: This course requires intermediate reading, intermediate writing and basic math. | Undergraduate | Design Technology | |

COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN GRAPHICS III | 222156 | 7/11/2017 11:15:11 AM | polygon meshes for architectural, | Architectural & Engr Design | AET-153 | Computer Aided Design Graphics III introduces students to accurate, free-form 3D modeling utilizing NURBS curves, surfaces and polygon meshes for architectural, engineering, industrial, jewelry, graphic and multimedia design. Emphasis is placed on developing entry-level 3D modeling skills using the latest version of the Rhinoceros software package (1.2-Articulated) NOTE: This course requires basic Windows and file management skills, basic reading, basic writing and basic math. | Undergraduate | Design Technology | |

BIM REVIT II | 221533 | 7/6/2017 11:15:08 AM | Modeling (BIM) within the architecture, | Architectural & Engr Design | AET-162 | BIM Revit II builds on the concepts, skills and techniques developed in BIM Revit Architecture I. This course emphasizes a deeper understanding and application of Building Information Modeling (BIM) within the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry as a tool for greater visualization, productivity and management of the built environment. Industry-leading AutoDesk Revit Architecture software will be utilized to create, analyze, annotate and deliver both accurate and effective BIMs. (1.2-Articulated) | Undergraduate | Design Technology | |

ETHICAL HACKING | 221423 | 8/18/2017 11:15:04 AM | Ethical Hacking offers intermediate and advanced instruction in computer security | Network Security | NET-185 | Ethical Hacking offers intermediate and advanced instruction in computer security. This class helps prepare students for the industry- endorsed Certified Ethical Hacker Certification exam offered by the International Council of Electronic Commerce Consultants (EC-Council). It covers how intruders escalate privileges and what steps can be taken to secure a system. Students also learn about intrusion detection, policy creation, social engineering, open source intelligence, incident handling and log interpretation. This course may be repeated twice due to changing technology. (1.2-Articulated) NOTE: Offered only in odd-numbered years. | Undergraduate | CIS And Digital Media | |

GENERAL CHEMISTRY I | 221732 | 9/1/2017 11:15:17 AM | I is the first course in a two-semester sequence for science and | Chemistry | CHM-165 | General Chemistry I is the first course in a two-semester sequence for science and engineering majors. It covers atomic and molecular structure, chemical bonding, basic chemical stoichiometry, thermochemistry, gas laws, and the properties of liquids and solids. Laboratory experiments correlate with lecture material. (1.1- Articulated) [IAI Core Course Equivalent: P1 902L ][IAI Major Course Equivalent: CHM911] NOTE: This course requires intermediate reading, basic writing, and intermediate math. PREREQUISITE: Credit or concurrent enrollment in MAT 161 or MAT 165. High school chemistry, CHM 164 with a grade of C or higher, or consent of Chemistry department chair. | Undergraduate | Main Campus; Main Campus-Do Not Both | Chemistry |

GENERAL PHYSICS I | 221941 | 6/27/2017 11:15:18 AM | General Physics I introduces students to Newtonian mechanics, fluids, heat and sound | Physics | PHY-280 | General Physics I introduces students to Newtonian mechanics, fluids, heat and sound. Laboratory experiments are chosen to illustrate lecture material. This course is primarily oriented toward biological and medical science students and is not designed for students majoring in physics, chemistry, engineering or applied mathematics. (1.1- Articulated) [IAI Core Course Equivalent: P1 900L ] NOTE: This course requires intermediate reading, intermediate writing, and expert math. | Undergraduate | Physics | |

PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS I | 221939 | 9/7/2017 11:15:08 AM | Principles of Physics I is the first in a three-course sequence in calculus-based physics | Physics | PHY-291 | Principles of Physics I is the first in a three-course sequence in calculus-based physics. The sequence is designed for students in engineering, mathematics, chemistry, and physics. Topics covered include Newtonian mechanics, oscillatory motion and fluids. Laboratory experiments are designed to illustrate the lecture material. (1.1- Articulated) [IAI Core Course Equivalent: P2 900L ][IAI Major Course Equivalent: PHY911] NOTE: This course requires intermediate reading, intermediate writing, and expert math. PREREQUISITE: MAT 175 with a C or higher and credit or concurrent enrollment in MAT 245. | Undergraduate | Physics | |

COMPUTER SCIENCE I | 221692 | 10/28/2017 11:15:04 AM | two-course sequence for students majoring in computer science, | Computer Science | CSC-121 | Computer Science I is the first in a two-course sequence for students majoring in computer science, engineering or mathematics. Using a disciplined and procedural approach to problem-solving and algorithm development, it introduces such topics as data abstraction; selection, repetition and sequence control; arrays, records and files; and recursion. Students learn program design, testing and documentation using C++ language. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Major Course Equivalent: CS911] | Undergraduate | Mathematics | |

INDEP STUDY IN MANUFACTURING | 221551 | 7/11/2017 11:15:10 AM | focuses on a specialized mechanical | Manufacturing Management | IMT-299 | Independent Study in Manufacturing focuses on a specialized mechanical engineering topic or project which is not available as a regular course offering. The study is done under the direction of a qualified faculty member. Students may repeat this course three times for maximum of 6 credit hours. (1.2-Articulated) | Undergraduate | Manufacturing Management | |

COLLEGE ALGEBRA | 222140 | 11/14/2017 12:15:04 PM | College Algebra covers solutions of equations and inequalities, exponential and | Mathematics | MAT-161 | College Algebra covers solutions of equations and inequalities, exponential and logarithmic functions, polynomial functions, graphs. This course is primarily intended for business and social science students (MAT 165 is the course for mathematics, science and engineering students and other students who are preparing to take MAT 175). This course requires a one-hour lab each week. (1.1-Articulated) NOTE: Credit is not granted for both MAT 161 and MAT 165. A graphing calculator is required. It may be any brand, but the TI-83 or TI-84 is used by the instructor for classroom presentations. | Undergraduate | Mathematics | |

DYNAMICS | 221623 | 9/7/2017 11:15:05 AM | Application to | Engineering | EGR-252 | Dynamics introduces students to particle kinematics (rectilinear and curvilinear); Newton's laws; energy, work, and momentum methods; planar dynamics and rigid bodies; rigid body kinematics; impulse and momentum; and vibrations. Application to engineering structures and mechanical systems is emphasized. This course is designed for students interested in engineering transfer programs. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Major Course Equivalent: EGR943] | Undergraduate | Engineering | |

STATICS | 221624 | 11/1/2017 11:15:07 AM | Theory is applied to analyze | Engineering | EGR-251 | Statics covers analysis of static structures. Topics include particle statics, general principles and force vectors, rigid body equilibrium, moments of inertia, distributed forces and centroids, analysis of structures, virtual work, and friction. Theory is applied to analyze engineering structures such as trusses, frames and machines. This course is designed for students interested in engineering transfer programs. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Major Course Equivalent: EGR942] PREREQUISITE: MAT 175 with a grade of C or higher and credit with a grade of C or higher or concurrent enrollment in PHY 291. | Undergraduate | Engineering | |

ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS ANALYSIS | 221622 | 7/11/2017 11:15:20 AM | Electrical Circuits Analysis teaches the basic principles of circuit analysis, transient analysis, semiconductor devices, digital logic circuits, op-amps | Engineering | EGR-260 | Electrical Circuits Analysis teaches the basic principles of circuit analysis, transient analysis, semiconductor devices, digital logic circuits, op-amps., AC steady state analysis and A/D and D/A conversions. Experiments in the laboratory portion of the course illustrate these principles. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Major Course Equivalent: EGR931L] PREREQUISITE: PHY 292 and MAT 255 or concurrent enrollment in MAT 260. | Undergraduate | Engineering |