COLLEGE OF COMPUTING SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING
This course covers foundation features of AutoCAD including entity manipulation and solid modeling. Industrial computer aided design systems used by professionals in industry will be introduced. Concepts will be covered through assignment of hands-on projects. No new faculty or additional resources are required for this course.
Students will study robot manipulator kinematics, dynamics, and control. Topics are augmented using computer graphics tools and laboratory experiments with robot manipulators. No new faculty or additional resources are required for this course.
Computer integration of electro-mechanical systems is studied. Actuators, sensors, interfacing, computer hardware and software components are studied at the component level from which integrated design and control hands-on projects in mechatronic systems are implemented. No new faculty or additional resources are required for this course.
Prerequisite: MAP 2302 Differential Equations.
This course covers computational methods commonly used in engineering practice. An engineering analysis software package is used extensively in the study of algorithms and engineering numerical analysis.
Prerequisite: Admission to the Mechanical Engineering program.
This course is the first of a two-course sequence in project engineering. This first course concentrates on the computer tools commonly used in the engineering practice: word processing, spreadsheets, databases, basic web, presentation software and project management software. Basic concepts and methodologies for project organization, management, and scheduling are introduced.
Prerequisites: STA 3032 Prob/Statistics for Engineers & EGN 3311 Statics
Corequisites: EGN 3331 Strength of Materials, EML 4312 Dynamic Systems and Controls.
Students will design and conduct experiments in topics of mechanics of materials, dynamic modeling and control of mechanical systems. Hands-on experience in instrumentation hardware and software is integrated into the experiments.
Prerequisites: EGN 3203;
Corequisites: EGN 3321, EGN 3331L.
This course covers dynamics, modeling, and control of physical systems with emphasis on mechanical systems engineering. This course makes use of bond graph modeling techniques to model mixed-energy systems including mechanical, electrical, fluid, and thermal subsystems. State-space modeling and the study of control systems analysis and design in the time domain and the frequency domain is covered.
Prerequisite: EML 4312.
This course covers the application of modern control techniques applied to control of machinery and processes. The study of design and implementation of control systems using compensation techniques, modern control theory, discrete-time control systems for machinery and processes, and statistical process control is covered.
New Course Description:
Prerequisite: EGN 3321 (Dynamics).
This course covers fundamentals of machine design, stress, strain, and failure analysis including static and fatigue failure theories. Design of specific elements such as springs, screws, fasteners and shafts will be covered.
Prerequisite: EML 3553.
This course is the second of a two-course sequence in project engineering. The second course further develops project engineering methodologies including organizational structure, work breakdown structure, resource allocation and management, project costs, risk analysis, scheduling, life-cycle cost modeling and project control.
Prerequisite: EEL 3135
Corequisite: EEL 4750
This course will allow students to apply the theory learned in EEL 4750 in a series of lab assignments. The topics include discrete time signal and systems, z-transforms, DFT, introduction to digital filter design. No new faculty or additional resources are required for this course.
Study of discrete time signals and systems, Z-transform, DFT, introduction to digital filter design.
Prerequisite: EEL 3135
Corequisite: EEL 4750L
This course is an introduction to the high tech world of digital signal processing. The topics include discrete time signal and systems, z-transforms, DFT, introduction to digital filter design. The class offers theoretical and hands on applied signal processing.
New Course Description:
Prerequisite: EEL 4514 Digital and Analog Communication systems;
Corequisite: EEL 4516 .
This is the corresponding lab for EEL 4516 and consists of the laboratory investigation of digital communication systems.
Prerequisite: EEL 4514 Digital and Analog Communication Systems
Corequisite: EEL 4516.
The first part of this course describes, in detail, common digital modulation and demodulation techniques that form the basis of digital communications. The second part presents a survey of various advanced topics, such as synchronization, equalization, diversity reception, and error control coding. The combination of the two parts aims to provide a solid background in modern digital communication theory.
Prerequisite: EEL 3135 Signals and Systems
Corequisite: EEL 4514 Digital and Analog Communication Systems.
This course is a laboratory investigation of digital and analog communication systems with application to radio, television, telephone, satellite, cellular phone, spread spectrum, and computer communication networks.
The communications aspect of the EE program is being modernized
to reflect current industry trends toward digital communications.
Changes to the description and title of this course are being made.
(Old Title = Communications Systems)
Computer and Information Sciences