2017 - 2018 College Catalog by ​Moorpark College

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engr m16 – engineering statics and strength of materials engineering courses engr m01 – introduction to engineering 2 units prerequisites none class hours 1 lecture 3 lab c-id engr 110 explores the branches of engineering the engineering profession the interface of the engineer with society and engineering ethics explains the engineering education process and explores effective strategies for students to reach their full academic potential introduces the methods of engineering analysis engineering design and problem solving develops written computer and oral communication skills in analyzing and presenting data in engineering design and problem solving applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc engr m04 – engineering design/cad 3 units prerequisites none class hours 2 lecture 3 lab develops engineering drawing skills through manual and computer-aided drafting cad in two and three-dimensions improves three-dimensional spatial visualization skills utilizes principles of orthographic drawing pictorial drawing and descriptive geometry covers principles of orthographic projections graphical presentation of normal inclined and oblique surfaces auxiliary and sectional views dimensioning and tolerances builds an understanding for the engineering problem solving and design process through design projects applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc engr m04 drft m02a and drft m02b combined maximum credit one course engr m10 – programming and problem-solving in matlab 3 units prerequisites math m25a or math m25ah class hours 2 lecture 3 lab utilizes the matlab environment to provide students with a working knowledge of computer-based problem solving methods relevant to science and engineering introduces the fundamentals of procedural and objectoriented programming numerical analysis and data structures uses examples and assignments in the course which are drawn from practical applications in engineering physics and mathematics applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc engr m12 – engineering materials 3 units prerequisites phys m20a phys m20al and chem m12 class hours 3 lecture examines the interrelationships between processing structure properties and performance of various engineering materials such as metals polymers ceramics composites and semiconductors studies the effects of heat stress imperfections and chemical environments upon material properties and performance emphasizes developing an ability to select appropriate materials to meet engineering design criteria requires a design project on material properties selection or application applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc engr m12l – engineering materials laboratory 1 unit prerequisites engr m12 or concurrent enrollment class hours 3 lab provides opportunities to directly observe and study the interrelationships between engineering materials structure and proper ties teaches the operation of engineering materials testing equipment data gathering and analysis and technical writing mechanics through formal laboratory reports applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc moorpark college announcement of courses 2017-2018 4 units prerequisites phys m20a and phys m20al class hours 4 lecture examines the relationships which exist between two important branches of mechanics namely statics and strength of materials applies the principles of statics to the study of forces both external and internal to the body responsible for maintaining a state of equilibrium also uses the principles of strength to investigate the effect of external and internal forces on the stability and deformation of the body analyzes two and three-dimensional force systems including frictional and distributed forces trusses frames machines beams shafts and thin-walled vessels covers centroids area moments of inertia stresses strains stress and strain transformation mohr’s circle shear and bending moment diagrams deformations associated with axial torsional and flexural loading statically indeterminate systems ductile and brittle failure theories deflection and the buckling of columns applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc engr m18 – engineering dynamics 3 units prerequisites engr m16 class hours 3 lecture c-id engr 230 studies fundamentals of kinematics and kinetics in describing the motion of particles and rigid bodies and introduces the concepts of free and forced mechanical vibrations investigates kinematics principles for analyzing rectilinear and curvilinear motion of particles and plane motion of rigid bodies uses kinetics principles including newton’s laws of motion work-energy and impulse-momentum principles to examine causes of motion and to predict the type of motion caused by the application of forces studies mechanical vibrations of particles and rigid bodies in terms of simple harmonic motion applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc engr m20 – electrical engineering fundamentals 3 units prerequisites phys m20b and math m35 or concurrent enrollment class hours 3 lecture introduces analysis of electrical circuits using analytical techniques based on the application of circuit laws and network theorems studies direct current dc and alternating current ac circuits containing resistors capacitors inductors dependent sources operational amplifiers and switches investigates natural and forced responses of first and second order resistor-inductor-capacitor rlc circuits the use of phasors ac power generation including power transfer and power factor correction calculations and energy concepts applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc engr m20l – electrical engineering fundamentals laboratory 1 unit prerequisites engr m20 or concurrent enrollment and phys m20bl class hours 3 lab c-id engr 260l examines the operation of basic electrical and electronic circuits provides practical knowledge for designing constructing and trouble shooting of electrical circuits and basic operational amplifier circuits using real circuit components and circuit simulation software teaches the basic use of electrical testing and measuring instruments including multimeters oscilloscopes function generators and power supplies while considering tolerance value and non-ideal aspects of laboratory instruments emphasizes the interpretation of measured and simulated data based on principles of circuit analysis for direct current transient and sinusoidal steady-state or alternating current conditions applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc 165