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Undergraduate Degrees, Majors and Concentrations

Engineering  
List of all courses and their descriptions
List of all courses, their descriptions and offerings in the schedule book

ENGR1010 - Introduction To Engineering
Spring 2015

This course provides the student with an introductory overview of the role and functions of the practicing engineer. A team-based project is used to emphasize engineering synthesis in terms of the design, fabrications, assembly, and quality functions. Cost estimation and control, inventory control, equipment specification, software and network infrastructure, and other enterprise issues are explored in a technological context. 2 credits lecture, 1 credit lab.
3 Credits

ENGR1022 - Energy Fund and Sustainability
Spring 2015

The Energy Fundamentals and Sustainability course is an introductory course that focuses on energy production and use, while defining and discussing the principles of Sustainability. The course will focus on the current energy trends on a local, national and international level. Students will also be introduced to sustainable energy production. The students will participate in discussions about the environmental, political, and socioeconomic ramifications of conventional energy generation.
3 Credits

ENGR1023 - Alternative Energy Technol
Spring 2015

This course will discuss recent developments in alternative energy technologies. In particular, this course will cover recent scientific developments and the latest technological advances in areas of science and engineering associated with power generation. Students will develop the necessary skills to decipher scientific articles and interpret the scope and conclusions of recent scientific research. Subjects covered in the course will be drawn from recent scientific and engineering literature describing recent breakthroughs, aimed at improving efficiency, cost-effectiveness and practicality of renewable energies. The topics could include biofuels, nanotechnology, and solar cells. A scientific method of inquiry and reasoning will be stressed throughout the course.
3 Credits

ENGR1610 - Statics & Strength Of Materls
Spring 2015

The first part of this course called Statics covers the application of the principles of engineering mechanics to problems involving equilibrium of particles and solids. Topics include resulants, equilibrium, friction, trusses, center of gravity, and moments of inertia. The second part of this course called Strength of Materials introduces the principles of mechanics necessary for the solution of engineering problems relating to strength, stiffness, and material selection. Topics covered include stress, strain, torsion, beams, columns and combined stresses at a point. 3 credits
Prerequisites: MATH2070, PHYS1210 and PHYS1215 or Concurrent
3 Credits

ENGR2012 - Renewable Resources
Spring 2015

This course provides comprehensive overview of renewable energy technologies including biofuels, geothermal energy, hydroelectric power, hydrogen fuel cells, solar energy (active and passive), tidal power, and wind energy. The types of energy and potential uses from each energy source will be covered. The energy budget and overall efficiency will be calculated. The economic, social, and environmental impact of each technology will also be considered.
3 Credits

ENGR2080 - Engineering Statistics
Spring 2015

This course is an introduction to statistical methods in engineering. Topics include basic probability, distribution theory, confidence intervals, significance tests, and sampling. Credits: 3 lecture
Prerequisite: MATH2070 or concurrent
3 Credits

ENGR2100 - Dynamics
Spring 2015

This course provides an in-depth, quantitative treatment of engineering problems involving motion and acceleration. Topics inlcude plane motion; three dimensional motion; force, mass and acceleration; mechanical work and energy; and impulse and momentum. Credit: 3 lecture
Prerequisite: ENGR1610
3 Credits

ENGR2140 - Circuits and Electromagnetics
Spring 2015

This course provides an introduction to electrical and magnetic phenomena, as well as an in-depth treatment of electrical circuit analysis. Transient and steady-state circuit behavior is explored using loop and nodal equations and network theorems.
Prerequisites: MATH2170, PHYS2210 and PHYS2215 or Concurrent
3 Credits

ENGR2160 - Engineering Graphics
Spring 2015

The student is introduced to the fundamentals of engineering drawing. Topics include: three-view drawings, construction methods, CAD applications, graphical methods for engineering problem solving, three-dimensional modeling, and CAD data import/export/exchange. Credits: 2 lecture, 1 lab
3 Credits

ENGR2180 - Engineering Materials
Spring 2015

The course content includes an examination of engineering materials such as metals, plastics, and composites with an emphasis on material selection. Processing for the optimization of material properties is covered extensively, as is material cost estimation for manufacturing.
Prerequisites: CHEM1210 and CHEM1215
3 Credits

ENGR2500 - Human Factors Engineering
Spring 2015

An introduction to human-machine systems: design and evaluation; applications to consumer products, tools, equipment, and workplaces. Consideration of human anatomical, physiological, and psychological characteristics and limitations as related to systems design and human performance. Use of ergonomic data in design. Effects of workplace/job design on performance, safety, and health. Computer-aided tools will be utilized in the development process and understanding of real-life cases.
Prerequisite: 45 credits
3 Credits

ENGR2510 - Biomedical Engineering Princ
Spring 2015

This course provides an overview of the BME discipline and major subdivisions, such as biomechanics, cellular engineering, tissue engineering, bioelectricity, and imaging. Also introduced are quantitative tools utilized throughout the BME curriculum. The class will be involved in the formulation and execution of a design project.
Prerequisite: 45 Credits
3 Credits

ENGR3022 - Energy Stor Convers & Tranpor
Spring 2015

This course introduces conventional and renewable mechanisms for the transfer and storage of electrical energy. The course beneficially integrates class presentations and hands-on demonstration activities. The topics include: electrochemical storage systems and related power densities; super capacitors, lithium batteries, fuel cell systems, proton exchange membranes, fuel cell stacks; basic principles of operation and future development needs; materials for energy storage and conversion; conventional lead-acid, zinc-air, nickel-cadmium and nickel-metal hydride batteries; fuel cell architectures and electrode life times; purely ionic conductors; mixed Ionic / electronic conductors; ionic transport, conductivity in polymers; AC to DC and DC to AC transformers and electrical circuits; economics of energy storage and conversion.
Prerequisites: CHEM1210 amd CHEM1215, PHYS1210 and PHYS1215, and PHYS2210 and PHYS2215
3 Credits

ENGR3080 - Design Of Industrial Experimen
Spring 2015

This course will provide the students with a thorough survey of statistical experimentation methods to improve quality of products and processes in industry. The students will learn how to plan for design of experiments, use quality tools that will be in involved, design the experiments, analyze data and interpert findings.
Prerequisite: ENGR2080
3 Credits

ENGR3110 - Thermodynamics and Energetics
Spring 2015

This course educates students about energy conversions and reciprocal transformations of heat into work. Topics include first and second law of thermodynamics, thermodynamic variables, properties and relations, ideal-gas models, calculation of energy, entropy, and enthalpy variations, open and closed systems, control-volume analyses, and reversible as well as irreversible processes.
Prerequisites: MATH2170, PHYS2210 and PHYS2215
3 Credits

ENGR3140 - Analog/Digital Electronics
Spring 2015

This course is an advanced upper level (Junior or Senior) course designed for Engineering with a special interest in studying manufacturing, biomedical engineering, electonics or mechatronics. For this particular course, knowledge of basic DC circuits will be needed as a foundation for exploring additional topics relating to electromagnetics, AC circuits and digital electronics. Lab activities will reinforce the skills of using multimeters, function generators, oscilloscopes, breadboards,a dn other circuit devices.
3 Credits

ENGR3200 - Value Design
Spring 2015

This course will provide engineers with the tools necessary to economically evaluate their decisions and designs. These tools and techniques use basic economic concepts enabling effective communication between engineers and the business world regarding recommended courses of action. The course will stress evaluation using dollars and cents as opposed to tolerances and engineering specifications. Included will be the principles of engineering economics (the time value of money, interest, cash flow diagrams and economic equivalences), general introduction to decision making (identifying the problem, generating alternative solutions and estimating measures of effectiveness for each alternative), single project decision-making (analysis of cash flows to decide to accept or reject an alternative solution), multiple project decision-making (analysis of alternatives with different service lives and different measures of effectiveness) and post selection analysis (analysis for the purpose of improving future project decision-making).
Prerequisites: COSK2220 or COSK2225 and 45 Credits
3 Credits

ENGR3210 - Fundamentals Of Logistics Engr
Spring 2015

This course is an introduction ot the discipline of Logistics Engineering. The role and function of the Logistics Engineer are introduced in the context of regulatory issues, and of the production, shipping, and distribution environments. Logistics Engineering methods, techniques, and algorithms are introduced, and engineering ethics issues are also discussed. Credits: 2 lecture, 1 lab
Prerequisites: ENGR2080 and/with COSK2221
3 Credits

ENGR3250 - Automated Identification Sys
Spring 2015

A study of methods and systems used to automatically identify objects and retrieve product/inventory/scheduling information associated with those objects. Automated data collection and analysis techniques are emphasized through lecture and laboratory experiences.
Prerequisite: 60 Credits
3 Credits

ENGR3300 - Fluid Mechanics
Spring 2015

This course provides an introduction to the field of fluid mechanics. Topics include fluid statics, use of differential and finite control volume analysis with continuity, momentum, and energy equations, Bernoulli and Euler equations, vorticity, potential flow, incompressible viscous flow using Navier-Stokes equations, dimensional analysis, pipe flow, boundary layers, separation, introduction to turbulence.
Prerequisites: ENGR3110 and MATH3420
3 Credits

ENGR3350 - Heat Transfer
Spring 2015

This is a fundamental course about conduction, convective, and radiation heat transfer. It covers the applications of the laws of conservation of mass, impulse momentum, and conservation/transformation of energy and the corresponding transport coefficients. Principles of steady-state and transient heat conduction in solids are investigated. Heat transfer in laminar and turbulent boundary layer flows are treated, as well as condensation and boiling phenomena, thermal radiation, and radiation heat transfer between surfaces. Applications to heat-transfer equipment and heat economics are covered throughout the course.
Prerequisites: ENGR3110 and ENGR3300
3 Credits

ENGR3400 - Software Verif and Validation
Spring 2015

This course provides an in-depth understanding of Software Verification and Validation. V&V methods and techniques are introduced with emphasis on technical reviews, requirements definition/refinement, and software testing. The lecture component of this course focuses on theoretical understanding of V&V concepts, processes and tools. The lab component will focus on hands on exercises in Software Quality Assurance (SQA). Case studies will be reviewed and requirements analysis will be performed In addition debugging, pair programming and software inspection lab exercises will also be carried out. Students will also complete a project in software testing.
Prerequisite: ENGR3410
3 Credits

ENGR3410 - Fundamentals Of Software Eng
Spring 2015

This course is an introduction to the discipline of Software Engineering. The role and function of the software engineer are introduced in the context of liability issues, and of the software conceptualization, development, verification and validation, and implementation environments. Software engineering methods, techniques, and algorithms are introduced, and engineering ethics issues are also discussed. Credits: 2 lecture, 1 lab
Prerequisites: INFS2184 and/with COSK2220 or COSK2225
3 Credits

ENGR3420 - Comp Archit For Software Eng
Spring 2015

This course introduces students to the organization and architecture of computer Systems, beginning with the standared von Neumann model and then moving towards more recent architectural concepts. Boolean Algebra and Binary Algorithm will be discussed to provide the basics of digital logic functioning. The laboratory component of this course will focus on hands-on experience with digital logic (basic analog electronic components, fixed and flexible integrated circuits). Nl Elvis Workstation, Nl Lab View and Nl CIrcuit Design suite will be used to design and simulate digital circuits. Students understanding of architecture concepts will be furthered strengthened through a group project.
Prerequisite: MATH4000
3 Credits

ENGR3500 - Material Handling/Plant Layout
Spring 2015

This course is devoted to developing an understanding of the principles of facilities location, layout, and material handling systems and to practice planning and designing facilities. The course will emphasize design, modeling and analysis techniques. The course will provide a balance of exposure to available methodologies in facilities location, layout, and material handling with a practical emphasis on issues that are difficult to capture in quantitative models but are critical to consider. Contemporary approaches and technologies will also be included within the scope.
Prerequisite: ENGR3700 or ENGR3600 or Concurrent
3 Credits

ENGR3510 - Biomechanics
Spring 2015

This course develops the application of the principles of continuum mechanics to biological tissues and systems. After briefly reviewing selected results from statics, strength of materials, dynamics, and fluid dynamics, the course details several constitutive equations of biological materials, properties of living tissue, and the mechanical basis and effects of pathology and trauma. The course emphasizes the mechanics of the muscle-skeletal and circulatory systems.
Prerequisites: ENGR2100, ENGR2510, and ENGR3300
3 Credits

ENGR3600 - Production Engineering
Spring 2015

This course presents the techniques of production engineering, and fundamental manufacturing process concepts, at an introductory level. Methods of production are introduced, and productivity improvement methods are explored with an emphasis on quality, efficiency, and product cost. Basic manufacturing metrology principles are also introduced. Credits: 2 lecture, 1 lab
Prerequisites: ENGR1610 and ENGR2180 or Concurrent
3 Credits

ENGR3610 - Fundamentals Of Manufact Eng
Spring 2015

This course is an introduction to the discipline of Manufacturing Engineering. The role and function of the manufacturing engineer are introduced in the context of the production, inspection, quality control, and enterprise environments. Manufacturing engineering methods, techniques, and algorithms are introduced, and engineering ethics issues are also discussed. Credits: 2 lecture, 1 lab
Prerequisites: ENGR2080 and/with COSK2220
3 Credits

ENGR3650 - Product and Tool Design
Spring 2015

This course provides an introduction to product design issues including design for manufacture and assembly, the producibility index, process planning, and tolerence selection. The course also covers the design and engineering of jigs, fixtures, and tooling used in various manufacturing and inspection processes.
Prerequisites: ENGR2160 and ENGR3600
3 Credits

ENGR3680 - Intro To Quality Engineering
Spring 2015

The study of statistical and managerial methods used in quality assurance and improvement. Topics inlude acceptance sampling and inspection, statistical process control, measurement systems analysis, quality improvement, quality registration including ISO9000. 3 credits
Prerequisite: ENGR2080
3 Credits

ENGR3700 - Manufacturing Plng/Control
Spring 2015

This course covers several essential aspects of Manufacturing Planning and Control at an introductory level. The role and function of the manufacturing engineer are introduced in the context of the production, inspection, quality control, and enterprise environments. Manufacturing engineering methods, techniques and algorithms are introduced, and engineering ethics issues are also discussed.
Prerequisite: ENGR2080
3 Credits

ENGR3800 - Supply Chain Engineering
Spring 2015

This course is a fundamental course in supply chain and logistics. It presents comprehensive discussion covering the planning, organizing, and controlling of such activities as transportation, inventory, maintenance, order processing, purchasing, warehousing, material handling, customer service and product scheduling. It is specifically designed to help students solve actual challenes that they will encounter in today's market place. It also bring together the strategic role of the supply chain, key strategic drivers of supply chain performance, and the underlying tools and techniques for supply chain analysis.
Prerequisite: ENGR2080
3 Credits

ENGR3900 - Optimization Techn Industr Eng
Spring 2015

This course introduces students to the application of mathematical modeling and optimization to engineering analysis, design, operations and decision making. Several examples illustrate the use of modeling and optimization techniques to a variety of engineering problem. Numerous algorithms are discussed with critical assessment of performance of each algorithm and significance of related output streams. This course reveals that simple heuristics are not sufficient when solving complex optimization problems so students also learn the importance of using techniques that are guaranteed to yield optimal solutions.
Prerequisite: MATH2070
3 Credits

ENGR4010 - Analysis & Desgn Mfg Systems
Spring 2015

This course covers the design and improvement of single and multistage production systems. It integrates standard production planning and scheduling decisions in production systems with modern systems concepts and engineering methods for implementing time-based competition lean manufacturing, and supply chain management. In addition to providing an analytical basis for understanding various planning models, the course also provides hands-on engineering topics for process/system improvement. Students in this course muct be enrolled in its lab ENGR4015 at the same time.
Prerequisite: ENGR3700 Co-requisite: ENGR4015
2 Credits

ENGR4015 - Analysis/Desgn Mfg Systems Lab
Spring 2015

This is the laboratory course to accompany the lecture course ENGR4010. It supports the theory and demonstrates applications of the theory through lab and field experiments, case studies and appropriate problems. Team projects, class reports and presentations will cover the analysis and design of manufacturing systems. Co-requisite: ENGR4010
1 Credits

ENGR4022 - Conven Energy: Fossil Fuels
Spring 2015

This course is the review of the three major fossil fuels: coal, oil and natural gas. It has in-depth review of the geological processes responsible for the formation of conventional fuels, including national and international distribution of these fuels. The combustion process as related to fossil fuels is discussed as the techniques and technology utilized in exploration, use and environmental remediation of the fuels. The history of the industry devoted to exploration and use of these fuels is discussed. The effects of these fuels on climate change is also included in the course review. Non-conventional fossil fuels are also discussed including Marcellus Shale exploration.
Prerequisites: ENGR1022 or ENVS1022 and ENGR1023 or ENVS1023
3 Credits

ENGR4030 - Project Engineering
Spring 2015

This course will provide an overview of the management and execution of engineering projects. Directing and working within teams of engineers, scientists and technical specialists who are brought together in project structures to plan, design and construct engineered systems takes special skills and talents. In this course the student will be exposed to basics of staffing, planning, scheduling and project control.
Prerequisite: 75 Credits
3 Credits

ENGR4100 - Machine Design
Spring 2015

This course covers the selection, analysis, and design of various machine elements and machines. The course introduces concepts of loads, stresses, deflections, material selection, fatigue failure, and mechanical power transmission components including gearing, bearings, shafting, and frictional devices
Prerequisites: ENGR2100, ENGR2160, and ENGR2180
3 Credits

ENGR4112 - Energy Research Seminar
Spring 2015

The Energy Research Seminar is the capstone course for the Alternative Energy Minor and should be taken by juniors or seniors (above 60 credits). The course will focus on current issues of importance in the Alternative Energy field. Expert speakers from the campus community and the Pittsburgh region will address topics following a particular course theme selected by the instructor. Students will be expected to review and critically discuss selected articles and will have the opportunity to serve as discussion leaders at least once during the semester. Each student will prepare a research paper on a specific topic of their own choosing and which is aligned with the Alternative Energy theme of the course.
Prerequisites: ENVS1022 or ENGR1022 and ENVS1023 or ENGR1023 Co-requisites: Two electives in student's discipline of study
3 Credits

ENGR4150 - Desgn/Analysis Mechanical Sys
Spring 2015

This course introduces the student to the concept of computer-aided engineering. In this course students learn how to use computing tools for engineering analysis and design. A major emphasis of the course is the development and solution of mathematical models of engineering systems or components. Students see how simplified analysis diagrams (free-body diagrams, block diagrams and control volumes) can be developed for real systems and components, and how these diagrams can be used to develop the mathematical models. Topics include modeling, importing various CAD model formats, assembly and animation of the results of analysis, static modal, nonlinear, contact, impact, failure, thermal, and multi-physics analyses, and computational fluid dynamics for design. The laboratory component involves use of current CAD/CAE software packages.
Prerequisite: ENGR4100 or Concurrent
3 Credits

ENGR4170 - Numerical Methods
Spring 2015

This course provides students in the mechanical-engineering track with a basic knowledge of the theory and applications of several numerical methods. These methods include curve fitting, root-finding, fundamental numerical-linear-algebra algorithms to solve systems of linear equations, numerical quadratures, and numerical integration of select ordinary and partial differential equations.
Prerequisites: MATH3400 and MATH3420
3 Credits

ENGR4200 - Safety and Methods Eng
Spring 2015

This course is an introduction ot safety engineering and work design as applied to industrial situations. Job safety analysis, reduction of accident rates, protective equipment, safety rules and regulations, environmental hazards, health hazards, ergonomics, micromotion, operational analysis, workstations organization, standard time systems and time allowances are among the topics covered. Credits: 3 lecture
Prerequisite: ENGR2080
3 Credits

ENGR4400 - Device Control
Spring 2015

This course provides an in-depth treatment of the methods and techniques used for the implementation of automated device control, both digital and analog. The student will achieve a mastery of both open and closed loop control methods and algorithms including sequencing control, and potential/integral/derivative control. The student will gain hands-on experience with sensor technology, computer-based data acquisition and control, and programmable logic controllers.
Prerequisite: 75 Credits
3 Credits

ENGR4450 - Distributed Sys Implementation
Spring 2015

This course introduces students to methods, techniques, and algorithms necessary for the creation of software intended to run in a distributed computing environment. Both client/server applications and distributed processing techniques are discussed. As part of the course requirements, students design and develop a running system incorporating the key characteristics of distributed systems.
Prerequisite: ENGR3410
3 Credits

ENGR4499 - Mfg Engineering Co-Op Educ
Spring 2015

This course consists of a well defined and academically supervised engineering experience at an industrial site or in a laboratory setting.
Prerequisite: Department Head permission
9 Credits

ENGR4510 - Introduction To Biomaterials
Spring 2015

This course provides an introduction to biomaterials, both synthetic and natural, that are implanted in the human body or employed in a medical device for the purposes of promoting improved human health. The course covers the synthesis, characterization, properties and applications of clinically significant biomaterials and discusses regulatory issues (legal, safety, reliability, biocompatibility, and ethics) concerning the use of biomaterials.
Prerequisites: ENGR1610, ENGR2180, and ENGR3510 or Concurrent
3 Credits

ENGR4520 - Des & Mfg Of Bme Devices & Sy
Spring 2015

This course details the conception, modeling, analysis, design, manufacturing and assembly of Biomedical devices and systems. Students select, formulate, and solve a design problem and manufacture a prototype, as appropriate. Applications include, but are not limited to, diagnostic instrumentation, prostheses, and cardiovascular devices against the background of ethical considerations, FDA regulations, and product-liability issues.
Prerequisites: ENGR2180 and ENGR3510
4 Credits

ENGR4600 - Metrology and Quality
Spring 2015

The study of engineering measurement and analysis methods as used in inspection and quality control. Topics include measurement system analysis, standards, traceability, gage R & R, and statistical process control.
Prerequisites: ENGR2080 and ENGR3600 or Concurrent
3 Credits

ENGR4650 - Simulation
Spring 2015

This course provides an overview of the simulation of manufacturing and industrial systems using discrete event simulation software. It is designed to expose students to the use of computer simulation for industrial systems design and operational analysis and optimization by using industry-accepted Arena simulation software.
Prerequisite: 75 Credits
3 Credits

ENGR4700 - Robotics and Automation
Spring 2015

This course will cover the applications of the principles of robotics and automation to design, develop, specify, implement and optimize work cells for various industrial applications such as materials handling, manufacturing operations, assembly and inspection. Integration of robots with other robots and automation devices, machine vision and sensors. Theory and application of ANSI/RIA Robot safety guidelines in work cells and robotic applications.
Prerequisite: 75 Credits
3 Credits

ENGR4801 - Rapid Prototyp & Reverse Engr
Spring 2015

Industrial manufacturing-engineering work encompasses new technologies that are becoming increasingly vital to manufacturing competitiveness. This course covers the use of the stereolithography technology in rapid prototyping of envisioned products and reverse engineering for industrial applications.
3 Credits

ENGR4900 - Engineering Practice
Spring 2015

This course consists of a well defined and academically supervised engineering experience at an industrial site or in a laboratory setting.
Prerequisite: Department Head permission
3 Credits

ENGR4901 - Engineering Practice
Spring 2015

This course consists of a well defined and academically supervised engineering experience at an industrial site or in a laboratory setting.
Prerequisite: Department Head Permission
1 Credits

ENGR4902 - Engineering Practice
Spring 2015

This course consists of a well defined and academically supervised engineering experience at an industrial site or in a laboratory setting.
Prerequisite: Department Head Permission
2 Credits

ENGR4911 - Engineering Practice
Spring 2015

This course consists of a well defined and academically supervised engineering experience at an industrial site or in a laboratory setting.
Prerequisite: Department Head Permission
1 Credits

ENGR4912 - Engineering Practice
Spring 2015

This course consists of a well defined and academically supervised engineering experience at an industrial site or in a laboratory setting.
Prerequisite: Department Head Permission
1 Credits

ENGR4913 - Engineering Practice
Spring 2015

This course consists of a well defined and academically supervised engineering experience at an industrial site or in a laboratory setting.
Prerequisite: Department Head Permission
1 Credits

ENGR4921 - Engineering Practice
Spring 2015

This course consists of a well defined and academically supervised engineering experience at an industrial site or in a laboratory setting.
Prerequisite: Department Head Permission
2 Credits

ENGR4922 - Engineering Practice
Spring 2015

This course consists of a well defined and academically supervised engineering experience at an industrial site or in a laboratory setting.
Prerequisite: Department Head Permission
2 Credits

ENGR4923 - Engineering Practice
Spring 2015

This course consists of a well defined and academically supervised engineering experience at an industrial site or in a laboratory setting.
Prerequisite: Department Head Permission
2 Credits

ENGR4931 - Engineering Practice
Spring 2015

This course consists of a well defined and academically supervised engineering experience at an industrial site or in a laboratory setting.
Prerequisite: Department Head Permission
3 Credits

ENGR4932 - Engineering Practice
Spring 2015

This course consists of a well defined and academically supervised engineering experience at an industrial site or in a laboratory setting.
Prerequisite: Department Head Permission
3 Credits

ENGR4933 - Engineering Practice
Spring 2015

This course consists of a well defined and academically supervised engineering experience at an industrial site or in a laboratory setting.
Prerequisite: Department Head Permission
3 Credits

ENGR4950 - Integrated Engineering Design
Spring 2015

This course is the capstone engineering experience for all engineering majors at Robert Morris University. Students will participate in interdisciplinary teams to bring a product from conceptual design through manufacture. Activities will include detail design and tolerancing, material selection, cost estimation, process planning, scheduling and material requirements planning, distribution system design, software planning and implementation, and product fabrication. Course deliverables will include a written report, all design data and analyses, and one or more working, physical products. Credits: 1 lecture, 2 lab
Prerequisites: 90 Credits and COSK2220 or COSK2225
3 Credits

SEMS1100 - Evolut/Develop Of Stem Discipl
Spring 2015

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3 Credits

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