Academics

    EGT

    EGT 110  Engineering Graphics I  (2-6-4)
    Offered Fall, Spring, and Summer Semesters
    Prerequisite:  Placement into RDG 032 and placement into MAT 101
    This is an introductory course in engineering graphics science, which includes beginning drawing techniques and development of skills to produce basic technical drawings.

    EGT 115  Engineering Graphics II  (2-6-4)
    Offered Spring and Summer Semesters
    Prerequisite:  EGT 110
    Co-requisite:  EGR 275 or EGT 151
    This course in engineering graphics science includes additional drawing techniques for industrial applications.

    EGT 119  Geometrics  (3-0-3)
    Offered Summer Semester
    Prerequisites:  EGT 110, and EGR 175 or MTT 121
    This course provides the student with an in-depth knowledge of both the interpretation of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing symbols, and the inspection techniques (conventional and X, Y, Z coordinate measuring machines) necessary to determine if parts meet the specification required by the drawing.

    EGT 123  Industrial Print Reading  (1-3-2)
    Offered Spring Semester
    This course covers basic print reading and sketching for the industrial trades area. Sketching of geometric shapes and interpretation of working shop drawings are also included.

    EGT 127  Descriptive Geometry for Drafters  (3-0-3)
    Offered Summer Semester
    Prerequisites:  EGT 110, and EGT 151 or EGR 275
    This basic course in descriptive geometry covers the theory of orthographic projection, points and lines in space, auxiliary views, planes, intersections and developments.

    EGT 151  Introduction to CAD  (2-3-3)
    Offered Fall, Spring, and Summer Semesters
    Co-requisite:  EGT 110
    This course covers the operation of a computer-aided drafting system.  The course includes interaction with a CAD station to produce technical drawings.  The student will produce 2-D technical drawings using AutoCad software.

    EGT 210  Engineering Graphics III  (2-6-4)
    Offered Fall Semester
    Prerequisites:  EGT 115, and EGT 151 or EGR 275
    This advanced course in engineering graphics science covers the production of technical working drawings.  This course is a project-based survey of basic mechanical and electrical engineering technology applications.  The design process is explored with the results being presented as a set of technical drawings.

    EGT 215  Mechanical Drawing Applications  (2-6-4)
    Offered Fall Semester
    Prerequisites:  EGT 115, EGT 119, and EGT 151 or EGR 275
    This advanced drawing course covers industrial applications.  Provides an in-depth study of the mechanical design process.  This includes analysis calculations, vendor catalogs, GD&T, and the creation of a complete drawing package for manufacture of a consumer product or industrial machine.

    EGT 220  Structural & Piping Applications  (2-6-4)
    Offered Spring Semester
    Prerequisites:  EGT 115, and EGT 151 or EGR 275
    This advanced drawing course covers structural steel and process piping applications.  These tools are used by engineers in order to design and build systems in a wide variety of commercial and industrial applications.

    EGT 245  Principles of Parametric CAD  (2-3-3)
    Offered Fall and Spring Semesters
    Prerequisite:  EGT 151 or EGR 275 or permission of instructor
    This course is the study of 3-D product and machine design utilizing state-of-the-art parametric design software.  This course in an introduction to Catia 3-D CAD software.

    EGT 251  Principles of CAD  (2-3-3)
    Offered Spring Semester
    Prerequisite:  EGT 151
    This course includes the additional use of CAD software for production of technical drawings and related documentation.

    EGT 252  Advanced CAD  (2-3-3)
    Offered Spring Semester
    Prerequisite:  EGR 275
    This course covers advanced concepts of CAD software and applications.  This course constitutes part two of Solid Works.  Advanced features of this design software are covered.