Engineering Graphics (EGR)

EGR 050. Fundamentals of Drafting. 3 Credit Hours.

First course in drafting for persons with little or no previous drafting coursework. Practice of using drafting tools, board skills, good line work, lettering, geometric construction, accurate layout of multiview and pictorial drawings and basic dimensioning will be emphasized. Additional lab hours required.

EGR 100. Engineering Drawing. 3 Credit Hours.

This course uses a combination of instruments and CAD systems for making drawings. The course includes use of instruments, lettering, geometrical constructions, technical sketching, principles of orthographic projection, pictorial drawing, descriptive geometry, sectional views and conventions, auxiliary views and dimensioning. Additional lab hours required.
Prerequisites: EGR 050, previous drafting work or department approval and Reading Proficiency.

EGR 104. Electronic Drafting. 2 Credit Hours.

Review of basic drafting with emphasis on technical sketching and lettering. Topics include schematic diagrams, block diagrams, electronic symbols, etched circuit layout, wiring diagrams, mechanical and electronic detail and assembly drawings. Additional lab hours required.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.

EGR 133. Introduction to AutoCAD I. 2 Credit Hours.

Fundamentals of the AutoCAD drafting system. Drawing setup units, limits, layers, linetypes, colors. Drawing procedures points, lines, arcs, circles. Special features polylines, blocks, dimensioning, cross-hatching, plotting.
Prerequisites: EGR 050 and Reading Proficiency.

EGR 141. Introduction to AutoCAD II. 2 Credit Hours.

Continuation of Introduction to AutoCAD 1. DOS for AutoCAD, Blocks, attributes, symbol libraries, bill of material extraction, screen and tablet menus, digitizing drawings, slides and slide shows, introduction to LISP language.
Prerequisites: EGR 133 and Reading Proficiency.

EGR 145. Computer Solids Modeling. 2 Credit Hours.

Students will learn to design and model objects using three dimensional solids modeling computer software. Extrusion, revolution, and sweeping are examples of techniques that will be studied. Students will model individual parts and assemblies of parts. The projection of working drawings and shaded pictorials will also be completed. Additional hours required.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.

EGR 147. Introduction to Engineering Design. 3 Credit Hours.

This course is an introduction to the elements of Engineering Design. Students will learn the history of design, design process, sketching and visualization, geometric relationships, and modeling. Elements of manufacturing production, marketing, analysis, and quality control will also be studied. Students will learn presentation techniques and develop a portfolio.

EGR 148. Solid Modeling with Unigraphics. 2 Credit Hours.

This course teaches the use of 3-D modeling using the Unigraphics CAD package. Students will productively develop solid models, detail drawings and product assemblies. The class introduces assembly modeling in the context of a real-life scenario that includes parts modeled by the student as well as existing part models.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.

EGR 256. Solid Modeling with CATIA. 2 Credit Hours.

This course is designed for students with 3-D modeling experience to learn the use of 3-D solid modeling using the CATIA CAD package. The student will productively develop solid models, detail drawings and product assemblies. Additional hours required.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.

EGR 258. CAD Portfolio Preparation & Review. 1 Credit Hour.

CAD Portfolio Preparation & Review provides students the opportunity to create new projects or enhance CAD projects from other courses to industry entry-level quality. Students are expected to have a proficiency in CAD operation.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.