Course Descriptions

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The numbers at the far right across from the course title signify important information about the course. The first number is the lecture hours; the second number is the lab hours; and the third number is the total credit hours.

For most curriculum transfer courses, the appropriate Reading score is Compass Reading 81, SAT Verbal 480, ACT Verbal 20 or ASSET Reading 42; the appropriate Writing Score is Compass Writing 78, SAT Verbal 480, ACT Verbal 20 or ASSET Writing 46; and the appropriate Math Score is Compass Algebra 60, SAT Math 490, ACT Math 20 or Asset Numerical Algebra 49.

Required prerequisite courses and/or developmental courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.

Engineering (General) Technology (EGR)

EGR  182  Integrated Technology II    (0-3-1)     View Syllabi

This problem-based course focuses on the development of workplace skills such as problem-solving, teamwork, computers, and communications and on applications of mathematics and science competencies. Major emphasis is on mechanical concepts and laboratory techniques. It will include other concepts such as thermal, fluids, and optics.

Prerequisite(s): EGR 181

Corequisite(s): (Civil Engineering Technology students only: CHM 101, ENG 260, MAT 111; All other Engineering Technology students: ENG 260, MAT 111, PHY 202)