Engineering (ENGR) Undergraduate Course Descriptions
ENGR 332. Electronics
DC and AC circuit theorems and analysis, operational ampfliers, rectifiers, power supplies, semiconductors, diodes, and transistors. Lab. Prereq.: PHYS 235 and admission to a major program. 3 Cr. F.
ENGR 334. Thermodynamics
Temperature, work, heat, and entropy; first-law analysis of closed and open systems; ideal gas, pure substances; applications of the second law; Maxwell's relations. Prereq.: PHYS 235, 328 or concurrent registration in 328; MATH 222. 3 Cr. S.
ENGR 335. Digital Electronic Measurements
Combined use of tranducers and microprocessors to make physical measurements. Lab. Prereq.: ENGR 332, MATH 222. 2 Cr. DEMAND.
ENGR 425. Optical Communication
Principles of optical fiber communication systems, including optical properties of fibers, sources and detectors for communication systems, and network system design. Lab. Prereq.: ENGR 332 or EE 311. 3 Cr. S.
ENGR 447. Optical Design
Computer-aided design of optical systems, aberration theory, optical materials, optical systems, tolerancing for manufacture. Prereq.: PHYS 333. 3 Cr. Even F.