Oct 26, 2021  
2017-2018 Academic Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Academic Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Course Descriptions


 
  
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    ENGL 517 - Comparative Mythology (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Religious, mythical, and historical traditions of Semitic and Indo-European societies, with special emphasis on the folk literature of Greece, Rome, and Northern Europe. Lectures and discussions will be supplemented by directed reading, independent research, and research papers.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGL 517 and ENGL 417 and ENGL 579 and ENGL 479.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 221 and ENGL 500 or ENGL 600, or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 518 - The Literature of Greece and Rome (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    The Iliad, the Odyssey, and selected classical Greek tragedies; Lucretius, Cicero, and Virgil’s Aeneid.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGL 518 and ENGL 418 and ENGL 665.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 521 - Shakespeare: Comedies and Histories (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Comedies representative of the development of the early comic style and the major plays in the history genre.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGL 521 and ENGL 421 or ENGL 523.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 522 - Shakespeare: Tragedies and Late Comedies (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Four major tragedies, other representative tragedies, and representative problem comedies and romances.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGL 522 and ENGL 422 or ENGL 524.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 525 - Topics in Medieval and Renaissance British Literature (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Major literary figures, themes, genres, and movements of the British medieval and renaissance periods.

    Notes
    May be repeated to accrue up to 9 hours, as topics vary. No duplicate credit for ENGL 525 and ENGL 425 on the same topic.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 527 - Topics in Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century British Literature (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Studies in major literary figures, themes, genres, and movements of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in England and on the continent in Europe.

    Notes
    May be repeated to accrue up to nine hours, as topics vary. No duplicate credit for ENGL 527 and ENGL 427 on the same topic.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 530 - Topics in American Literature (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Major figures, themes, and genres of American literature.

    Notes
    May be repeated to accrue up to nine hours, as topics vary. No duplicate credit for ENGL 530 or ENGL 430 on the same topic.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 541 - Modern Poetry (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Major poets of the modern period, emphasizing trends in American, British, and world poetry. Directed reading and/or research project required.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGL 541 and ENGL 461.

    Prerequisite: ENGL500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 542 - Modern Drama (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Major dramatists of the modern period, emphasizing trends in world drama from Ibsen through contemporary dramatists.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGL 542 and ENGL 462 and ENGL 661.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 543 - Modern Fiction (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Major fiction writers of the modern period, emphasizing trends in American, British, and world fiction

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGL 543 or ENGL 463.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 546 - Late Twentieth-Century Poetry (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Extended study of English and American poetry since 1945 until the end of the 20th century. Directed reading and/or research project required.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGL 546 and ENGL 446.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 547 - Late Twentieth-Century Drama (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Extended study of the drama since 1945 until the end of the twentieth century. Directed reading and/or research project required.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGL 547 and ENGL 447.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 548 - Late Twentieth-Century Fiction (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Extended study of fiction since 1945 until the end of the twentieth century. Directed reading and/or research project required.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGL 548 and ENGL 448.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 549 - Graphic Novel (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Focus on the Graphic Novel with emphasis on defining its literary, cultural, and academic significance- including, but not limited to, the impact on world literature, entertainment, and politics.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGL 549 and ENGL 449.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 553 - Literary Criticism (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Intensive study of some of the more important literary critics, ancient and modern. Directed reading and/or research project required.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGL 553 and ENGL 453 and ENGL 491 or ENGL 533.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 555 - Critical Theory and Children’s Literature (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Critial analysis of significant works of children’s and young adolescent literature, include thematic, psycho-analytic, historicist, feminist, and cultural criticism. Research paper is required.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGL 555 and ENGL 455 and ENGL 595 and ENGL 495.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 566 - Women in Literature (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Women writers; images of women in literature. Lectures and discussions will be supplemented by directed readings and research papers.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGL 566 and ENGL 466 and ENGL 507 or ENGL 406.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 583 - Modern Grammar and Composition for Teachers (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Ways of applying knowledge of grammar to the development of composition skills consistent with professional standards for the various levels of instruction in elementary and secondary schools. Directed reading(s) and/or research paper required.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGL 583 and ENGL 483 and ENGL 503.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 584 - Literature and Composition for Teachers (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Extended study of the ways of applying a knowledge of literature to the development of composition skills consistent with professional standards for various levels of instruction in elementary and secondary schools. Directed reading and/or research project required.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGL 584 and ENGL 484 and ENGL 504.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 598 - Special Topics in Internships (Lab. 6, Cr. 3)


    Topics vary and include, but are not limited to, editorship of the Arena. Students will produce a portfolio including a reflection paper. Minimum of 120 hours of internship experience is required for each 3 hours of credit.

    Notes
    May be repeated once, as topics vary, with permission of department head.

    No duplicate credit for ENGL 598 and ENGL 498 on the same topic.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 and permission of department head.

    Lab. 6 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 600 - Entrance into the Master of Fine Arts Program


    Students pursuing the Master of Fine Arts in English must be accepted by the graduate school and the department. Submission of GRE scores and a portfolio is required for admission. Students will be assigned a grade of “S” (Satisfactory) or “U” (Unsatisfactory).

    Cr. 0

  
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    ENGL 610 - World Literature Seminar (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Studies in literary figures, movements, and themes of world literature.

    Notes
    May be repeated to accrue a total of nine hours, as topics vary.
    No duplicate credit for ENGL 610 on the same topic.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 620 - British Literature Seminar (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Studies in British literary figures, movements, and themes.

    Notes
    May be repeated to accrue a total of nine hours, as topics vary.

    No duplicate credit for ENGL 620 on the same topic.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 630 - American Literature Seminar (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Studies in American literary figures, movements, and themes.

    Notes
    May be repeated to accrue a total of six hours, as topics vary with approval of department head.
    No duplicate credit for ENGL 630 or ENGL 641 on the same topic.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 640 - Literary Genres Seminar (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Studies in literary figures, movements, and themes of literary genres.

    Notes
    May be repeated to accrue a total of nine hours, as topics vary.
    No duplicate credit for ENGL 640 on the same topic.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 647 - Topics in 21st-Century Literature (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Study of 21st-century fiction, poetry, and/or drama. May be repeated to accrue a total of six hours, as topics vary.

    Notes
    May be repeated to accrue a total of six hours, as topics vary.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 651 - Bibliography and Literary Historiography (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Required of all graduate English majors. Introduction to graduate study and to the nature of bibliography, literary research and literary history.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGL 651 and ENGL 601.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 670 - Seminar in Literary Publishing (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Working practicum on the basics of literary journal publishing.

    Notes
    May be repeated to accrue a total of six hours, as topics vary with approval of department head.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 671 - Creative Writing Workshop (Poetry) (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Poetry workshop devoted to the critical discussion of student manuscripts.

    Notes
    May be repeated to accrue a total of 18 credit hours.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 672 - Creative Writing Workshop (Fiction) (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Fiction workshop devoted to the critical discussion of student manuscripts.

    Notes
    May be repeated to accrue a total of 18 credit hours.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 673 - Form and Theory of Poetry I (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Prosody and the techniques of poetry.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 674 - Form and Theory of Poetry II (Cr. 3)


    Extension of Form and Theory of Poetry I involving lecture, poetic composition, and critical discussion, with instruction designed to allow the student to master the use of meter and poetic technique by examining and composing formal poetry.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 673; ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 675 - Form and Theory of Fiction I (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Techniques of fiction.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 676 - Form and Theory of Fiction II (Cr. 3)


    Extension of Form and Theory of Fiction I involving both classroom and tutorial sessions with instruction designed to allow the student to perfect critical skills by close analysis.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 675; ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 677 - Seminar in Teaching Freshman English (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Designed to prepare graduate students to teach composition, this course is a survey of rhetoric and composition theories and their impact on current pedagogies. It incorporates methods used to teach freshman composition, to design assignments, and to grade course work. (In the fall semester the course covers practical/hands-on pedagogy, while the spring semester covers contemporary composition theory and theoretical approaches.)

    Notes
    All graduate assistants in English must take ENGL 677 during the first two semesters in which they are physically in the classroom as an ENFL graduate assistant. Credits for this course are not applicable toward a degree.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 678 - Creative Writing Workshop-Non-Fiction (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Students will engage in writing and critiquing original nonfiction.

    Notes
    May be repeated once for additional credit.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 680 - Directed Research in Literature (Cr. 3)


    Independent study of selected topics in literature under the direction of a graduate faculty member in literature. Minimum requirements include: (1) submission of a written proposal covering the research topic(s), (2) thorough literature review within the selected topic area(s), and (3) submission of a formal research report. Directed reading and/or research project required.

    Notes
    May be repeated as topics vary to accrue a total of 6 credit hours. No duplicate credit for ENGL 680 and ENGL 534, unless by permission of department head.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 500, ENGL 600, or permission of department head.

    Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 685 - Summer Residency I (Lec. 2, Cr. 2)


    A one-week intensive residency for students enrolled in the Low Residency MA concentration in Creative Writing.

    Prerequisite:Permission of program coordinator.

    Lec. 2 Cr. 2

  
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    ENGL 686 - Summer Residency II (Lec. 1, Cr. 1)


    A one-week intensive residency for students enrolled in the Low Residency MA concentration in Creative Writing.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 685 and permission of program coordinator.

    Lec. 1 Cr. 1

  
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    ENGL 690 - Professional Endeavors (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Career-oriented activities for the professional creative writer.

    Notes
    Open only to MFA students in their third year of study.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGL 699 - Thesis (Cr. 1-6)


    Student must register for the thesis course during each regular semester the thesis is in progress. Student must be enrolled in Thesis the semester the thesis is completed and approved by the examining committee. For the M.A. the thesis shall consist of an appropriate research topic. For the M.F.A. the thesis shall consist of a book of poems, a collection of short stories, or a novel deemed to be of publishable quality by the creative writing faculty.

    Prerequisite: ENGL 500 or ENGL 600 or permission of department head.

    Cr. 1-6

  
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    ENGR 100 - Foundations for Engineering Freshmen Success (Lec. 1, Cr. 1)


    Promoting success of first-year College of Engineering freshmen by developing the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to successfully complete a degree in the College of Engineering. Content includes University and departmental resources, degree expectations, career exploration, presentation skills, and other information leading to a successful freshman experience.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 100, ENGR 107, FFND 101, and CSCI 100.

    Lec. 1 Cr. 1

  
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    ENGR 101 - Engineering Graphics (Lec. 1, Lab. 3, Cr. 2)


    Manual and computer-aided graphics including orthographic views, sections and conventions, pictorial drawings, dimensioning and space.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 101 and TECH 104.

    Lec. 1 Lab. 3 Cr. 2

  
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    ENGR 109 - Introduction to Engineering Science and Computing (Lec. 1, Lab. 3, Cr. 2)


    Introduction to the use of computers in engineering problem solving using MATLAB. Basic programming principles and good practices will enable the students to design, program, and execute simple codes to perform basic mathematical calculations and solve simple engineering problems.

    Prerequisite: Credit for or registration in MATH 175.

    Lec. 1 Lab. 3 Cr. 2

  
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    ENGR 199 - Women in Engineering and Science Seminar (Lec. 1, Cr. 1)


    Discussion of career opportunities for women in engineering and science to reinforce students’ educational and career choices; weekly meetings with speakers to discuss professional and personal development for women engineering and science students.

    Notes
    Credits for this course are not applicable toward a degree.

    Lec. 1 Cr. 1

  
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    ENGR 201 - Statics (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Vectorial treatment of the principles of statics; resultants and equilibria of force couple systems; structures, friction, centroids, and moments of inertia.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 301 and ENGR 221.

    Prerequisite: PHYS 211 Pre/Corequistie: MATH 291

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 202 - Dynamics (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Calculus-based vectorial treatment of the principles of dynamics to include equations of motion, work and energy, and impulse and momentum for particles, systems of particles and rigid bodies.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 202 and ENGR 302.

    Prerequisite: ENGR 201.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 203 - Mechanics (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Vectorial treatment of the principles of statics, friction, centroids, moments of inertia, equations of motion, impulse and momentum for particles and rigid bodies.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 203 and ENGR 303.

    Prerequisite: PHYS 211.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 205 - Strength of Materials (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Stress and strain relationships, mechanical properties of materials, design loads, axial deformation, torsion, shear and moment diagrams in beams, bending and shear stress, columns.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 205 and ENGR 305.

    Prerequisite: ENGR 201.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 206 - Materials Science (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Structures encountered in the principal families of materials (metals, ceramics, polymers) and how the properties depend on structure. Additional topics include: materials testing and processing techniques; corrosion; phase diagrams and analysis; and solid state diffusion.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 206 and ENGR 306.

    Prerequisites: CHEM 102 and PHYS 211

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 207 - Elementary Thermodynamics (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    First and second law of thermodynamics as applied to ideal and real gases. Use of steam tables. Properties of non-reactive gas and vapor mixtures.

    Prerequisite: PHYS 211.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 211 - Electric Circuits for Non-Electrical Engineering Majors (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Course content includes basic electric circuits concepts and terminology, Ohm and Kirchhoff law applications, nodal and mesh analysis techniques, superposition, Norton and Thevenin theorems, op amp design applications, capacitor and inductor systems, an intro to AC, AC power circuits, and poly-phase AC circuits.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 211 and ELEN 210.

    Prerequisite: MATH 190.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 221 - Statics for Non-Engineers (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Vectorial treatment of the principles of statics; resultants and equilibria of force couple systems; structures, friction, centroids, and moments of inertia for non-engineers.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 221 and ENGR 201 or ENGR 301.

    Prerequisites: MATH 190 and PHYS 211.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 242 - Engineering Economics (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Introduction to economic decision making. Considers alternatives from an economic standpoint. Also considers taxes and economic forecasting both in private industry and in government enterprises.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 242 and ENGR 342 or TECH 342.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 102 and MATH 292.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

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    ENGR 310 - Thermal-Fluid Sciences (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Study of thermodynamics, heat transfer, and fluid mechanics that deal with conversion, transfer, and transport of energy.

    Prerequisite: PHYS 211.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 311 - Fluid Mechanics (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Laws dealing with fluid statics and dynamics; fluid pressure and forces; laminar and turbulent flow; hydraulic measurements; flow in closed conduits, open channels, and around immersed bodies.

    Prerequisite: MATH 292, and ENGR 202 or ENGR 203.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 312 - Fluid Mechanics Laboratory (Lab. 3, Cr. 1)


    Laboratory work and demonstrations to study general fluid mechanics problems and reports on results of studies. Oral and written reports are required.

    Prerequisite: ENGR 310 or ENGR 311.

    Lab. 3 Cr. 1

  
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    ENGR 314 - Programmable Logic Controllers (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) types and hardware components, conversion of hard-wired logic to PLC programs, field devices, best practices for PLC systems, and PLC programming including latches, timers, counters, program control, and comparison instructions.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 314 and ELEN 314.

    Prerequisite: ELEN 260 or permission of department head.
    Corequisite: ENGR 316.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 315 - Heat Transfer (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Application of principles of heat transfer by conduction, radiation, and convection to analysis and design problems.

    Prerequisite: ENGR 207.Prequisite or Corequisite: ENGR 311.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 316 - Programmable Logic Controller Lab (Lab. 3, Cr. 1)


    Lab exercises and projects with Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs), including latches, timers, counters, program control, and comparison instructions. 

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 316 and ELEN 316 or ENGR 475.

    Corequisite: ENGR 314.

    Lab. 3 Cr. 1

  
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    ENGR 318 - Engineering Measurements (Lab. 3, Cr. 1)


    Theory and use of instruments for engineering measurements. Pressure, temperature, flow, strain, speed, and electrical measurements. Computer aided statistical analysis of engineering data.

    Prerequisites: ENGR 109 and ENGR 211.

    Lab. 3 Cr. 1

  
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    ENGR 320 - Applied Industrial Instrumentation (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Fundamental principles of various measurement devices and calibration techniques used in industry to measure flow, level, pressure, and temperature. Topics include ISA symbology, process diagrams, sizing input devices, simple control theory, regulators, sizing control values, and various relief devices.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 320 and ELEN 320.

    Prerequisite: ELEN 210, ENGR 211, or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 350 - Engineering Practice (Cr. 1-3)


    Practical engineering experience in industry for one semester under the supervision of an engineer. A written report by the student and an evaluation by the engineering supervisor are required.

    Notes
    1 credit for students working 13 hours per week or less. 2 credits for students working between 14 and 26 hours per week. 3 credits for students working between 27 and 40 hours per week. May only be repeated twice for credit. Credits for this course are not applicable toward a degree.

    Prerequisites: Participation in the Engineering Co-op Program and permission of Co-op coordinator.

    Cr. 1-3

  
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    ENGR 354 - Electric Machinery and Power Systems (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Encompasses single-phase and three-phase power systems analysis techniques, transmission line model, magnetic coupling, and transformers. Per unit calculations and device efficiency are covered. Content relates to motor and generator conventions, machine losses, applicable codes and standards, induction, synchronous, and DC machine characteristics.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 354 and ELEN 350.

    Prerequisite: ENGR 211

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 404 - Digital Signal Processing (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Time and frequency domain techniques for analyzing linear and shift invariate systems. Analysis of sequences using the Z-transform. Design of frequency selective digital filters using FFT techniques and frequency transformations.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 404 and ELEN 404, ELEN 504, or ENGR 504.

    Prerequisite: ELEN 304, ELEN 310, MEEN 330, or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 406 - Materials Characterization (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Theory, methods, and applications of contemporary materials characterization techniques.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 406 and ENGR 506.

    Prerequisite: ENGR 206

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 420 - Applied Industrial Control (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Process control systems related to industrial applications. Topics include controller types, advanced control schemes, digital control, control simulations, Distributed Control Systems, process interlocks, fail safe systems, emergency shutdown, uninterruptible power supplies, and alarming schemes.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 420 and ELEN 420, ELEN 520, or ENGR 520.

    Prerequisite: ELEN 210, ENGR 211, or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 423 - Theory and Applications of Numerical Modeling and Simulation (Lec. 2, Lab. 3, Cr. 3)


    Basic construction of approximate solutions using finite-element and finite-difference methods, applications of FEM and FDM to strain/stress analysis, buckling, vibration analysis, fatigue, single and multi-phase fluid dynamics, aerodynamics, heat transfer, thermal dynamics, and chemical reactions.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 423 and CIEN 423, CIEN 523, ENGR 523, MEEN 423, or MEEN 523.

    Prerequisites: ENGR 311, MATH 322, and (CIEN 308 or MEEN 402).

    Lec. 2 Lab. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 430 - Systems and Control (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Modeling of processes and systems; principles of feed-back control; stabilities, transient and steady-state responses; root-locus and frequency techniques.

    Prerequisites: MATH 301, MATH 322, (ENGR 202 or ENGR 203), and (ELEN 304, ELEN 310, or MEEN 330).

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 431 - Project Management (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Methods of project management to include inspection, documentation and scheduling with Critical Path Method (CPM) and Program Evaluation Review Technique (PERT).

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 431 and CIEN 431, MEEN 431, or ENGR 531.

    Prerequisite: Senior standing or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 433 - The Engineering Profession (Lec. 1, Cr. 1)


    Professional registration, ethics, employment practices, legal aspects of engineering, professional societies, continuing education, and review of technical core engineering concepts.

    Prerequisite: Enrolled in or have completed ENGR 490.

    Lec. 1 Cr. 1

  
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    ENGR 434 - Pipeline Design and Analysis (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Understanding the analysis and design aspects of water pipeline distribution systems (transmisssion and distribution lines) and determining the optimal sizing for gravity and pumping systems using iterative methods.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 434 and CIEN 434, CIEN 435, CIEN 534, CIEN 535, ENGR 534, MEEN 435, or MEEN 535.

    Prerequisite: ENGR 311.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 447 - Petroleum Refining Engineering (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Major petroleum refining processes and economic principles to the design of refinery equipment. Residual oil processing, heavy and light distillate processing, oxygenates, blending, and other auxiliary processes. Environmental issues and regulations.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 447 and CHEG 447, CHEG 547, CHEN 447, or CHEN 547.

    Prerequisite: CHEM 102 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 450 - Advanced Engineering Practice (Cr. 1-3)


    Continuation of ENGR 350. Practical engineering experience in industry for one semester under the supervision of an engineer. A written report by the student and an evaluation by the engineering supervisor are required.

    Notes
    1 credit for students working 13 hours per week or less. 2 credits for students working between 14 and 26 hours per week. 3 credits for students working between 27 and 40 hours per week. May be repeated for credit after successfully completing ENGR 350 twice. Credits for this course are not applicable toward a degree.

    Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENGR 350 twice and permission of Co-op Program Coordinator.

    Cr. 1-3

  
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    ENGR 451 - Design of Heat Exchangers (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Functions for considering effect of variable fluid properties. Calculations of pressure losses, analytical solutions, and experimental methods.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 451 and CHEG 450, CHEG 550, CHEN 450, CHEN 550, ENGR 551, MEEN 450, MEEN 451, MEEN 550, or MEEN 551.

    Prerequisites: ENGR 311, ENGR 315, and (CHEN 311 or MEEN 409).

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 455 - Engineering Acoustics (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Generation, transmission, and reception of sound. Equipment noise sources and control. Analysis and design of noise control systems, including vibration isolation, silencers, room acoustic treatment, and acoustic barriers.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 455 and CIEN 455, CIEN 555, ENGR 555, MEEN 455, or MEEN 555.

    Prerequisite: Permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 462 - Principles of Corrosion (Lec. 2, Lab. 3, Cr. 3)


    Principles of corrosion engineering, electrochemical measurement of corrosion rates, mechanisms of common forms of corrosion, and methods of corrosion mitigation.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 462 and CHEG 462, CHEG 562, CHEN 462, CHEN 562, CIEN 462, CIEN 562, ENGR 562, MEEN 462, or MEEN 562.

    Prerequisites: CHEM 102 and ENGR 206.

    Lec. 2 Lab. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 475 - Systems and Control Laboratory (Lab. 3, Cr. 1)


    Measurement of system parameters and verification of feed-back system responses. Applications of PLCs.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 475 and ELEN 316 or ENGR 316.

    Prerequisite/Corequisite: ENGR 430.

    Lab. 3 Cr. 1

  
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    ENGR 481 - Topics in Engineering (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Topics in Chemical, Civil, and Mechanical Engineering.

    Notes
    May be repeated as topics vary to accrue a total of nine hours. No duplicate credit for ENGR 481 and ENGR 581 of the same topic.

    Prerequisite: Permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 490 - Senior Design Project I (Lec. 1, Cr. 1)


    Principles of design including development of project specifications, project management, and project documentation. Students are required to identify a project and develop preliminary specifications and plans for executing the project in ENGR 491.

    Prerequisites: ENGR 242 and permission of department head.

    Lec. 1 Cr. 1

  
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    ENGR 491 - Senior Design Project II (Lec. 2, Lab. 3, Cr. 3)


    Capstone design course emphasizing the decision-making process in which the basic sciences are applied to convert resources optimally to meet a stated engineering design objective. Students who repeat ENGR 491 must also retake ENGR 490.

    Prerequisite: ENGR 490.

    Lec. 2 Lab. 3 Cr. 3

    WE CAP
  
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    ENGR 504 - Digital Signal Processing (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Time and frequency domain techniques for analyzing linear and shift invariate systems. Analysis of sequences using the Z-transform. Design of frequency selective digital filters using FFT techniques and frequency transformations. Report required.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 504 and ELEN 404, ELEN 504, or ENGR 404.

    Prerequisite: ELEN 304, ELEN 310, MEEN 330, or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 506 - Materials Characterization (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Theory, methods, and applications of a wide variety of contemporary materials characterization techniques.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 506 and ENGR 406.

    Prerequisite: ENGR 206.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 520 - Applied Industrial Control (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Process control systems related to industrial applications. Topics include controller types, advanced control schemes, digital control, control simulations, Distributed Control Systems, process interlocks, fail safe systems, emergency shutdown, uninterruptible power supplies, and alarming schemes. Graduate students are required to program controls and controllers and run simulation software.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 520 and ELEN 420, ELEN 520, or ENGR 420.

    Prerequisite: ELEN 210, ENGR 211, or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 523 - Theory and Applications of Numerical Modeling and Simulation (Lec. 2, Lab. 3, Cr. 3)


    Basic construction of approximate solutions using finite-element and finite-difference methods, applications of FEM and FDM to strain/stress analysis, buckling, vibration analysis, fatigue, single and multi-phase fluid dynamics, aerodynamics, heat transfer, thermal dynamics, and chemical reactions. Research projects are required.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 523 and CIEN 423, CIEN 523, ENGR 423, MEEN 423, or MEEN 523.

    Prerequisites: ENGR 311, MATH 322, and (CIEN 308 or MEEN 402).

    Lec. 2 Lab. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 531 - Project Management (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Methods of administration of engineering projects including inspection, contract and specifications analysis, time scheduling with critical path method (CPM) and Program Evaluation and Review Techniques (PERT) and legal aspects of documentation. Oral and written reports are required.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 531 and ENGR 431, CIEN 431, or MEEN 431.

    Prerequisite: Graduate standing.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 534 - Pipeline Design and Analysis (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Understanding the analysis and design aspects of water pipeline distribution systems (transmission and distribution lines) and determining the optimal sizing for gravity and pumping systems using iterative methods.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 534 and CIEN 434, CIEN 435, CIEN 534, CIEN 535, ENGR 434, MEEN 435, or MEEN 535.

    Prerequisite: ENGR 311.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 550 - Advanced Engineering Practice (Lec.1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Practical engineering experience in industry for one semester under the supervision of an engineer. A written report by the student and an evaluation by the engineering supervisor are required.

    Notes
    Open to graduate students only. 1 credit for students working 13 hours per week or less. 2 credits for students working between 14 and 26 hours per week. 3 credits for students working between 27 and 40 hours per week. May be repeated for credit. Credits for this course are not applicable toward a degree.

    Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Graduate School, participation in the Enginneering Co-op Program, and permission of Co-op coordinator.

    Lec. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

  
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    ENGR 551 - Design of Heat Exchangers (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Function for considering effect of variable fluid properties. Calculations of pressure losses, analytical solutions, and experimental methods.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 551 and CHEG 450, CHEG 550, CHEN 450, CHEN 550, ENGR 451, MEEN 450, MEEN 451, MEEN 550, or MEEN 551.

    Prerequisites: ENGR 311, ENGR 315, and (CHEN 311 or MEEN 409).

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 555 - Engineering Acoustics (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Generation, transmission, and reception of sound. Equipment noise sources and control. Analysis and design of noise control systems, including vibration isolation, silencers, room acoustic treatment, and acoustic barriers. Term project required.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 555 and CIEN 455, CIEN 555, ENGR 455, MEEN 455, or MEEN 555.

    Prerequisite: Permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 562 - Principles of Corrosion (Lec. 2, Lab. 3, Cr. 3)


    Principles of corrosion engineering, electrochemical measurement of corrosion rates, mechanisms of common forms of corrosion, and methods of corrosion mitigation.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 562 and CHEG 462, CHEG 562, CHEN 462, CHEN 562, CIEN 462, CIEN 562, ENGR 462, MEEN 462, or MEEN 562.

    Prerequisites: CHEM 102 and ENGR 206.

    Lec. 2 Lab. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 581 - Topics in Engineering (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Topics in Chemical, Civil, and Mechanical Engineering. Report required in advanced academic content, written and/or oral.

    Notes
    May be repeated as topics vary to accrue a total of nine hours. No duplicate credit for ENGR 581 and ENGR 481 of the same topic.

    Prerequisite: Permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 623 - Pollution Control Engineering (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Technical assessment of environmental problems including air pollution, surface and ground water pollution, solid waste management, and noise pollution. Emphasis will be placed on engineering design of pollution control processes including review of pertinent environmental legislation affecting design.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 623 and CHEG 625, CHEN 625, CIEN 623, CIEN 625, or MEEN 625.

    Prerequisite: Permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 632 - Process Optimization and Quality Improvement (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Statistical methods to optimize processes and improve quality. Statistical quality control methods such as cause and effect diagrams, control charts, and Pareto Diagrams. Experimental design techniques including Factorial Analysis and Evolutionary Operations concepts.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 632 and CHEG 632, CHEN 632, ELEN 632, or MEEN 632.

    Prerequisite: Permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 635 - Computational Fluid Dynamics (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Introduction of numerical methods to solve fluid dynamics and heat transfer problems. Discretization of Navier-Stokes equations. Numerical scheme analysis.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 635 and CHEG 635, CHEN 635, CIEN 635, or MEEN 635.

    Prerequisite: ENGR 311 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 641 - Advanced Fluid Mechanics (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Motion of ideal, Newtonian, and non-Newtonian fluids. Continuity and Navier-Stokes equations. Turbulence and boundary-layer theories. Flow through conduits, porous media, packed beds, and process equipment. Multiphase flow. Bubble and particle mechanics.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 641 and CHEG 641, CHEN 641, CIEN 641, or MEEN 641.

    Prerequisite: ENGR 311 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 670 - Process Control Systems (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Advanced control techniques, including multivariate, cascade, feedforward, and model based control. Computer simulation of process control systems.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for ENGR 670 and CHEG 670, CHEN 670, and ELEN 670.

    Prerequisite: Permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    ENGR 699 - Thesis (Cr. 1-6)


    Student must register for the thesis course during each regular semester the thesis is in progress. Student must be enrolled in Thesis the semester the thesis is completed and approved by the examining committee.

    Cr. 1-6

  
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    ENSC 101 - General Environmental Science I (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    LCCN: CEVS 1103, Environmental Science

    Principles and concepts of environmental science with emphasis on basic ecology, natural communities, human populations, and resource conservation, agriculture, risk, and toxicology.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

    General Education Core Curriculum
    Natural Sciences

  
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    ENSC 102 - General Environmental Science II (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Principles and concepts of environmental science with emphasis on climate, air pollution, water resources and pollution, energy, and waste management.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

    General Education Core Curriculum
    Natural Sciences

    WE
 

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