Introduction to stress-strain analysis of basic engineering materials subjected to axial, transverse shear, torsional, bending, and pressure loads.  Combined stresses are emphasized and used to predict failure.  Shear and moment diagrams, pressure vessels, beam deflections, and buckling of columns are also examined.

Prerequisite: EGR 230 Statics and MAT 200 Calculus II


Second course in engineering mechanics covering the principles of kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies.  Topics include conservative forces, conservation of energy, linear and angular momentum, and conservation of momentum.  Prerequisite: PHY 213 General Physics I & MAT 200 Calculus II


A second course introducing the broad field of Civil Engineering and its disciplines.  Students will be introduced to the theory, tools, and techniques of engineering design and technical approaches to problem solving and data analysis.