Courses

  • ENGR-1111 Introduction to Engineering

    An introduction to careers in engineering and to the engineering programs at OC. Team activities and design projects. Laboratory - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • ENGR-1113 Engineering Mathematics

    A survey of the particular areas of mathematics as they apply to the field of engineering. Specific emphasis will be placed on vectors, complex numbers, and matrix methods. Active learning exercises will be utilized throughout the course to demonstrate the utility of the concepts being introduced. Lecture - 3 hour. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • ENGR-1122 Engineering Computing

    An introduction to software that will be required in the engineering curriculum. Excel, MathCad, and Matlab will be covered. Students will design and build a small system in class which will then be used as the source problem for applying the software tools under study. Laboratory - 6 hours. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • ENGR-1132 Procedural Programming

    An introduction to structured programming focusing on algorithm development and implementation. Lecture - 1 hour; Laboratory - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • ENGR-1242 Engineering Fundamentals

    Fundamentals of computer, electrical and mechanical engineering design and analysis. Students will use design principles to complete an electromechanical system. Laboratory - 6 hours. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • ENGR-1252 Introduction to Solid Modeling

    An introduction to solid modeling, including discussion of the elements required for correct and accurate mechanical drawings. A semester project involving the design and analysis of a component is required. A survey of computer aided design tools is provided. Lecture-2 hours. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • ENGR-2113 Ece Mathematics I

    This course covers non-calculus mathematical topics required for Electrical and Computer Engineering majors. Topics include Number Systems, Graph Theory, Series, Discrete Probability, Boolean Algebra, and Computational Modeling. This course explores these mathematical topics with a focus on application in future Electrical and Computer Engineering courses. Lecture-3 hours. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • ENGR-2123 Ece Mathematics II

    Introduction to probability, random variables, common distribution functions, joint random variables, covariance and correlation. Applications in electrical and computer engineering. Lecture-3 hours. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • ENGR-2313 Statics

    This class is the first of three courses in the study of mechanics. Statics is the study of forces applied to structures. An understanding of statics is a prerequisite for studying strength of material and dynamics. Lecture - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • ENGR-2323 Foundation of Engineering Chemistry

    An introduction to the critical foundation topics of chemistry needed by engineering students. Topics include stoichiometry, periodicity, electronic structure of the atom, bonding theories, the states of matter, thermochemistry, and chemical thermodynamics. Lecture - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • ENGR-2433 Thermodynamics I

    An introduction to the analysis of thermal processes, devices and systems. Thermodynamic properties of pure substances; First and Second Law applications for closed and open systems; power and refrigeration cycle analysis. Lecture - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • ENGR-2523 Dynamics

    A study of force action related to displacement, velocity and acceleration of particles and rigid bodies using translation and rotation, work and energy and impulse and momentum principles. Lecture - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • ENGR-2533 Strength of Material

    This class is the second of three courses in the study of mechanics. Strength of materials is the study of stress and strain in structures caused by the application of forces and moments. An understanding of strength and materials is a prerequisite for studying machine design and doing engineering structural design. Lecture - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • ENGR-2544 Introduction to Digital Systems

    Develops a fundamental understanding of combinational and sequential digital circuits and the design of digital systems using various levels of modern Ic technology. Lecture - 3 hours; Laboratory - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • ENGR-2614 Electrical Circuit Analysis

    Introduction of electrical components (inductors, capacitors, resistors) and electronic components -operational amplifiers and the bipolar junction transistor (Bjt)- in circuit applications. Network time-domain analysis and first and second-order system response. Lecture - 3 hours; Laboratory - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • ENGR-2623 Mechanical Engineering Instrumentation

    Introduction to mechanical engineering instrumentation and electric circuit analysis. Kirchoff-s loop and node laws, operational amplifier circuits, instrument performance characteristics, error analysis, and digital data acquisition systems. Lecture - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • ENGR-2700 Christian Engineer Seminar

    Integration of the christian faith into engineering professionalism. Topics include integrating professional and ethics, faith development, and purposeful service into our lives as engineering students and eventually as engineering. Students will develop and apply a code of ethics based on christian values and professional standards. Lecture - 1 hour. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • ENGR-3023 Engineering Probability and Statistics

    Topics in mathematics with direct application to the solving of engineering problems. Discrete statistics and random variables. Lecture - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • ENGR-3213 Engineering Economics

    History, money supply, supply and demand, time value of money, money management, economic measurement, break-even analysis, system analysis and decision-making in engineering and management. Lecture - 3 hours. This course is normally offered every semester.

  • ENGR-3311 Experimental Mechanics

    An investigation of experimental methods applied to the field of Solid Mechanics. Emphasis will be placed upon collecting, analyzing, and interpreting experimental results to foster critical thinking and upon experimental planning. Laboratory - 3 hours. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • ENGR-4701 Senior Engineering Seminar

    Preparation for a transition from college to career. Topics include professionalism and ethics, resume and interview preparation, job and graduate school search, and leadership in and contribution to a local congregation. Presentations from potential employers and engineering alumni. Lecture - 1 hours. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • ENGR-5003 Foundations of Engineering Ethics and Values

    Theories of engineering ethics and values. Ethical theory from a Christian viewpoint. Impact of technology on society. Individual options and obligations for action. Case studies will be used to study a range of issues including environment, safety, honesty, organizational communication, quality control and product liability.

  • ENGR-5103 Innovation and Invention

    Innovation and invention and their relation to engineering in the workplace. Study of sources of innovative ideas such as surroundings. Understanding the patent process and managing intellectual property.

  • ENGR-5113 Random Variables & Stochastic Processes

    Provides a fundamental understanding of probabilistic methods in engineering and the essential mathematical methods for handling random processes. Includes the statistical properties of random variables, probabilistic transformations, and stationary and non-stationary random processes. Applications to estimation, hypothesis testing, response of systems to random inputs, estimation theory, decision theory, and queueing theory.

  • ENGR-5203 Systems Engineering

    Principles and applications for design and engineering of complex technical systems: material will be a mix of lectures, case studies, and application to current industry systems. Topics include engineering systems terminology and methodology; creating innovative technical solutions; managing program requirements; resolving integration issues; effective communication; and, effective team, project, and program management.

  • ENGR-5700 Research

    Research under the supervision of a member of the faculty. 1-6 credit hours. May be repeated for credit, max 6.

  • ENGR-5710 Project

    Individual or group projects involving design, verification, and report. 1-6 credit hours. May be repeated for credit, max 6.

  • ENGR-5800 Directed Studies

    Investigation outside the classroom of topics not normally covered in lecture courses. 1-3 credit hours. May be repeated for credit, max 6.

  • ENGR-5813 SS: Special Topics

    Special studies class.

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