100: Engineering Fundamentals. (3-3-0)
Co-requisite: MATH 250
A foundation course which outlines the basic principles of engineering, emphasizes problem solving, computer applications. (satisfies Oral Communications requirement) (satisfies Computer Literacy requirement)
201: Engineering Materials. (3-2-1)
Prerequisite: ENGR 220
A study of the basic principles which include the stress-strain properties of engineering materials, analysis and design of mechanical members subject to axial loading, torsion, bending, shear and combined loading, pressure vessels, Mohr’s circle and deflection in beams.
220: Statics. (3-3-0)
Prerequisite: MATH 250, Prerequisite or corequisite: PHYS 211, MATH 251 Resultants and equilibrium of force systems, stress and strain, truss and frame analysis, torsion, bending.
221: Circuits> (3-3-0)
Prerequisite: MATH 250, Prerequisite or corequisite: PHYS 211, MATH 251
A fundamental course covering concepts including, units and laws, network theorems, network simplification, phasors, and AC solution of circuits, power and electronic applications.
222: Thermodynamics. (3-3-0)
Prerequisite: MATH 250, Prerequisite or corequisite: MATH 251
Fundamental concepts, properties of pure substance, work, heat, first and second laws of thermodynamics, entropy, cycle analysis.
270 GIS in Engineering (3-3-0)
GIS in engineering is an introductory geographic information system (GIS) course. This course will provide professional training with a computer-based solution involving the collection, synthesis, analysis and communication of spatially related information within an area. Students will learn its widespread usage in local, state and federal governments. Students will also learn how to add intelligence to the computer-aided drawing (CAD) maps. This course will expose students to various planning and engineering tasks, including site analysis, water quality analysis, and underground services and soli analysis.
299 Engineering Internship (3-3-0)
Prerequisite: Instructor permission
ENGR 299 internships are practical work experience related to various fields of engineering. It provides students with knowledge of what engineers do, career opportunities, and how one might better prepare to be a successful professional engineer. In collaboration with local companies, BPCC students will expand upon the theory and concepts taught in engineering courses and learn the real world problem solving skills.