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Engineering

Course Code
 ENG 130 Credits 2
Title Introduction to Engineering
Course Outline Course Outline
Description Introduction to engineering fields, tools and methods for problem solving. Designed for students exploring career options in engineering.

Course Code
 ENG 200 Credits 3
Title Surveying
Course Outline Course Outline
Description Introduction to plane surveying, including: use of transits, levels, and total stations; measurements by tape, electronic, and stadia methods; traverse and coordinate calculations, GPS overview, topographic and construction surveys, and U.S. Public Lands descriptions.

Course Code
 ENG 200H Credits 1
Title Surveying for Highways
Course Outline Course Outline
Description Continuation of ENG 200 with content specific to the design and construction of highways: earthwork area and volumes, vertical curves, and horizontal curves. Required for Civil Engineering students transferring to NDSU. Recommended for other Civil Engineering and Construction Management students considering careers in heavy highway. Corequisite: ENG 200

Course Code
 ENG 243 Credits 3
Title Engineering Mechanics I - Statics
Prerequisite MATH 261
Course Outline Course Outline
Description Vector algebra. Application of equations of equilibrium to the analysis of simple engineering structures and machines. Nature and influence of friction. Elementary theory of statically determinate framed structures.

Course Code
 ENG 244 Credits 3
Title Engineering Mechanics II - Dynamics
Prerequisite ENG 243
Course Outline Course Outline
Description Principles of kinematics, particle systems and plane rigid bodies, and vector calculus in solving problems.

Course Code
 ENG 245 Credits 3
Title Engineering Mechanics III - Materials
Prerequisite ENG 243
Course Outline Course Outline
Description Application to problems of stress and strain at a point, stress-strain relations in two dimensions, linear theory of torsion, bending stresses, deflection of determinate and indeterminate beams and instability.