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ENGR 1A - ELEMENTARY PLANE SURVEYING 1 
4 units, 3 lecture hours, 3 lab hours
PREREQUISITE: Math 4A.

Principles and practice of surveying measurements, computation, and data analysis. Includes measurements of distance, angle and direction, error analysis, and topographic mapping. Application to the solution of surveying and construction field assignments. (CAN ENGR 10) (A, CSU, UC)

ENGR 1B - ELEMENTARY PLANE SURVEYING 2
4 units, 3 lecture hours, 3 lab hours
PREREQUISITE: Engineering 1A.

Principles and practice of surveying measurement. Introduction to Global Positioning Systems (GPS), Geographical Information Systems (GIS), management and representation of surveying and mapping data, astronomy for surveying measurement. (A, CSU, UC)

ENGR 2 - GRAPHICS
4 units, 2 lecture hours, 6 lab hours
ADVISORY: Math 4A and eligibility for English 125 and 126 or English 153 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.

Principles of orthographic and axonometric projection, sketching, dimensioning and tolerances. Introduction to computer aided design (CAD). Application to the solution of engineering problems. (CAN ENGR 2) (A, CSU, UC)

ENGR 4 - ENGINEERING MATERIALS
3 units, 3 lecture hours, (Formerly Engineering 32)
PREREQUISITE: Chemistry 1A and Physics 4A.

Properties of engineering materials and their relation to atomic structure. The effect of microstructure on the mechanical, electrical, magnetic and thermal properties. Phase equilibria and strengthening processes for metals, ceramics, and polymers. (CAN ENGR 4) (A, CSU, UC)

ENGR 6 - CIRCUITS WITH LAB
4 units, 3 lecture hours, 3 lab hours
PREREQUISITE: Physics 4B.
ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in Math 7 recommended.

An introduction to the solution of the equations arising from the applications of Kirchoff’s laws and Thevinen’s theorem to DC and AC circuits. Topics include mesh and nodal analysis, periodic forcing functions, phasors, frequency response, resonant circuits, natural and complete response, analog signal systems, dependent sources, and the characteristics of operational amplifiers.
(CAN ENGR 6) (A, CSU, UC)

ENGR 8 - STATICS
3 units, 3 lecture hours, (Formerly Engineering 25)
PREREQUISITE: Physics 4A.

Rigid bodies in static equilibrium when acted upon by forces and couples in two- and three-dimensional space. Included are the equilibrium of rigid bodies, trusses, frames, and machines, as well as the calculations of the centers of mass, centroids, friction, and moments of inertia. Additional topics which may be covered include distributed forces in cables, beams, and fluid statics; mass moments of inertia; and virtual work. (CAN ENGR 8) (A, CSU, UC)

ENGR 10 - INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING
2 units, 2 lecture hours
ADVISORY: Eligibility for English 125 and 126 or English 153 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.

An introduction to the engineering profession for students interested in a career in engineering or technology. Topics include analytical problem solving techniques, career opportunities, professional ethics, and the design process. Projects and field trips required. (A, CSU, UC)

ENGR 11 - MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
3 units, 3 lecture hours
ADVISORY: Eligibility for English 125 and 126 or English 153 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.

Processing and manufacturing techniques for steel, ceramics, polymers, composites and other industrial materials. Topics include the capabilities and limitations of casting, welding, forming, and machining. Demonstrations and field trips may be included. (A, CSU)
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