ENGINEERING (CAD, CT, EE, ENGR, ME)
CAD 211 Computer Aided Design I F&S 3 credits
An introduction to computer-aided graphics, with an emphasis on 2-D drawings. Isometric drawings and 3-D models are also introduced. Drafting is done with the aid of microcomputers using AutoCAD computer-aided drafting and modeling software. Prerequisite or corequisite: ENGR 101 or instructor approval.
CAD 212 Computer Aided Design II Spring 3 credits
A continuation of CAD I. Advanced 3-D modeling plus advanced 2-D drawing focusing on civil engineering topics, including structural, civil, and pipe drafting. Prerequisite: CAD 211 or instructor approval.
CAD 213 Computer Aided Design III Fall 3 credits
This course introduces students to the fundamental concepts of civil engineering and surveying 3D software techniques using the AutoCAD Civil3D program. Students learn how to work with point data, how to create and analyze surfaces, how to develop sites, roads, corridors, and pipe networks, how to work with survey data, and how to import and export data. Students will also learn how to create 2D and 3D civil engineering production drawings. Prerequisite: CAD 211 or instructor approval.
CIVIL ENGINEERING AND SURVEYING TECHNOLOGY (CT)
CT 232 Water Management Technology Spring 4 credits
This course covers the fundamentals of water supply and distribution, water treatment processes, sanitary sewage and collection methods, sewage treatment and the environmental effects caused by improper water and sewage handling. Included in the course are topics on hydraulics, chemical and biological testing, water distribution and collection systems and water and sewage treatment facilities. Prerequisite: MATH 105 or MATH 107.
CT 250 Applied Statics and Mechanics of Materials Fall 4 credits
Equilibrium of rigid-bodies and coplanar force systems, trusses, load tracing, centroids and centers of gravity, introduction to stress, strain, shear and bending moments, bending stress, shear stress and beam deflections, properties of materials, simple beam and column design, and connections. Prerequisite: MATH 105 or MATH 107.
CT 251 Materials Testing Spring 3 credits
Introduction to the physical and chemical properties of materials used in civil engineering projects including asphalt, Portland cement, aggregates and soils along with the proper sampling, testing and reporting procedures of these materials. Corequisite: CT 251L. Prerequisite or Corequisite: ENGL 125.
CT 251L Materials Testing Lab Spring 1 credit
Field and office exercises in the sampling and testing of civil engineering materials. Labs are held at the ND Dept. of Transportation Materials and Research Lab. Corequisite: CT 251.
CT 252 Construction Project Management Spring 3 credits
An introduction to inspection procedures, management of quality controls of construction projects, estimating, print reading, and procedures used to administer construction specifications and contracts.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (EE)
EE 206 Circuit Analysis Spring EO 3 credits
Introduction to electric circuit components. Fundamental laws of circuit analysis. Steady state and transient analysis of DC and AC circuits. Electric power calculations. Concurrent registration in EE 206L is required. Prerequisite: ENGR 201.
EE 206L Circuit Analysis Lab Spring EO 1 credit
One hour of lab per week. Concurrent registration in EE 206 is required.
ENGR 101 Graphical Communication F&S 3 credits
Elementary space visualization of points, lines, planes, and solids on orthogonal projection; graphical expression of technical sketching; geometry; pictorial representation, and size specification; reproduction methods. Computer-aided drafting is introduced. Prerequisite or Corequisite: Math 105 or 107.
ENGR 201 Statics F&S 3 credits
Vector approach to principles of statics. Resultants of force systems, equilibrium of force systems, analysis of structures, centroids, moments of inertia. Prerequisite or co-requisite: MATH 166.
ENGR 202 Dynamics F&S 3 credits
Vector approach to principles of dynamics. Rectilinear and curvilinear translation, rotation, plane motion, force-mass-inertia, work-energy, impulse-momentum. Prerequisite: ENGR 201.
ENGR 203 Mechanics of Materials Spring 3 credits
Simple stress and strain, torsion, shear and bending moment, flexural and shearing stresses in beams, combined stresses, deflection of beams, statically indeterminate members and columns. Prerequisite: ENGR 201.
ENGR 204 Surveying I Spring 3 credits
Measurements and errors, measurements of distances and angles, differential leveling, traverse surveys, construction surveys, simple horizontal and vertical curves, and earthwork calculations. Prerequisites: MATH 105 or MATH 107 and CAD 211. Corequisite: ENGR 204L.
ENGR 204 L Surveying I Lab Spring 1 credit
Three hours of lab per week. Field and office exercises including data collection and computational techniques of surveying data. Corequisite: ENGR 204.
ENGR 205 Surveying II Fall 3 credits
Compound and spiral curves horizontal curves, state plane coordinate system, U.S. public land surveys, boundary surveys an introduction to geodetic surveying, electronic data collection and reduction and GPS surveying. Prerequisite: ENGR 204. Corequisite: ENGR 205L.
ENGR 205L Surveying II Lab Fall 1 credit
Three hours of lab per week. Field and office exercises including data collection, computations and data reduction. Corequisite: ENGR 205.
ENGR 206 Fluid Mechanics BD 3 credits
This course covers fluid properties, fluid statics, fluid dynamics, transport theory and transport analogies, conservation of mass, energy and momentum, dimensional analysis, boundary layer concepts, pipe flows, compressible flow, and open channel flow. Prerequisite: ENGR 201.
ENGR 241 Thermodynamics I Spring 3 credits
Fundamental concepts of thermal energy relationships, processes and cycles are introduced, including: first and second law of thermodynamics, entropy, and availability. Prerequisite: ENGR 201.
ENGR 294 Independent Study 1-3 credits
Independent or directed study of special topics in engineering. Department chairperson approval is required.
ENGR 299 Special Topics in Engineering BD 1-3 credits
Repeatable up to six semester hours. An examination on of special topics in engineering.
ENGR 195-295 Service Learning 1 credit
Maximum of six semester hours. Service learning may be accomplished by one of three methods: Joining a club that has a public service component, doing volunteer work at a non-profit organization, or taking a course that links public service with its curriculum.
ENGR 197-297 Cooperative Education/lnternship F&S SM 1-3 credit hours each
Repeatable up to a maximum of six semester hours. Work hours are arranged by employer, advisor and student. Progress is checked by oral and written reports from the employer. Periodic student advisor conferences are required to discuss progress or problems. Students are required to submit an accounting of their experiences to their instructor. All co-op experiences are based on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis. Department chair approval is required.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (ME)
ME 213 Modeling of Engineering Systems BD 3 credits
Introduction to engineering systems, modeling, and computations; computer methods; analytical methods; verification tasks; case studies. Prerequisite: Calculus 165.