of these Curricula is described in the following pages. Credit, Lecture, and Laboratory
3 Cr, (2-3) Means 3 Credit Hours, 2 Lecture Hours, and Laboratory Hours.
Description - General Engineering
105-106 - Engineering Problems and Orientation I and II
general orientation course to the fields of engineering and geology with instruction
in some needed basic skills. Use of slide rule, pictorial and orthographic sketching.
Blueprint reading, Study skills, guest speakers on engineering, the engineering
method of analysis and problem solution, theory of measurement, vector algebra,
Engineering problem computations and format.
1 credit (0-3)
201-202 - Engineering Graphics I and II
(Pre-requisite: GENG 105-106 Sophomore
drawing is a means of communication in industry Freehand sketching, geometrical
construction, pictorial projection, lettering, orthographic projection, and dimensioning.
Use of drawing instruments. Fundamentals of descriptive geometry, intersection
and development of surfaces. Working drawings.
203-204 -Surveying I and II
Pre-requisite: Mathematics 107 and Sophomorr
A study of the fundamentals of plane survey Yig, Use of surveyors tape, engineer's
level and transit. I"nip 'ish it, given to note keeping, differential leveling,
distance Ttjsuring, traverses and their calculations, the use of calculator sand
Topics include topographic surveying and mapping, land surveying, deed descriptions,
stadia instrument adjustments, construction surveys profile leveling.
4 credits (2-6)
401 -Engineering Report Writing
Pre-requisite: English 201 and 3rd year
of technical exposition. Technical, engineering, and research report writing.
Writing of reports, including one major report in student's own discipline.
3 credits (3-0)