EGR*111,  Introduction to Engineering (3 Credits)
Students will be introduced to the fields of engineering through design and graphics and comprehensive engineering projects. Topics include: sketching, charts, graphs, forces, energy, electrical circuits, mechanisms, robotics, manufacturing technologies, and fundamentals of engineering economics. Prerequisite: 
MAT*186 or taken concurrently and eligible for either ENG*101E or ENG*101(Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated October 2014)

EGR*211, Applied Mechanics I (Statics) (3 Credits)
The fundamentals of statics, including the resolution and composition of forces, the equilibrium of force systems, the analysis of forces acting on structures and machines, centroids, moments of inertia. Vector methods are used. Prerequisite/Co-requisite: 
MAT*256(Updated November 2014)

EGR*212, Applied Mechanics II (Dynamics) (3 Credits)
A basic course in dynamics covering rectilinear and curvilinear motion, translation, rotation, plane motion; work, energy, and power; impulse and momentum. The application of the principles of dynamics to engineering problems. Vector methods are used. Prerequisite: 
EGR*211(Updated October 2014)

EGR*214, Engineering Thermodynamics (3 Credits)
This course covers energy concepts and balances, basic definitions including the first and second laws of thermodynamics, ideal and real gases, thermodynamic properties, and introductory cycle analysis. Prerequisites: MAT*254 and PHY*221, or taking concurrently.
 (New course, Fall 2016)

EGR*221, Introduction to Electric Circuit Analysis (4 credits)
This course covers the basic concepts, theorems, laws,methods of analysis, and application examples in DC and AC circuits.Topics include resistance, capacitance,inductance, operational amplifiers, Ohm’s Law, Kirchhoff’s Laws, Thevenin’s and Norton’s Theorems, Nodal and Loop analysis, first and second order transient circuits, steady-state analysis, and polyphase circuits.Laboratory experiments involve using simulation software and using instruments for circuit building and testing.Four hours of lecture/laboratory per week.Prerequisites: MAT*254. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated October 2014)