Students will demonstrate competence in; Engineering Curriculum; basic concepts such as significant digits, length, and mass; Engineering Drawing; the use of the computer as an engineering tool; designing a project




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SYLLABUS

EGR 101 – 01
Credit Hours 3.0


Engineering Foundations

SPRING 2011


Course Information




Prerequisite(s)

Mth 113 or higher.


Students are required to complete prerequisites for this course. Students who enroll without completing prerequisites for this course may be withdrawn by the College and may not qualify for a refund of tuition. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that all course prerequisites are completed and documented at the College.

Course Description

This course introduces the student to engineering as a profession, basic engineering skills and the design process. The course includes components to develop teaming as well as oral and written communication skills. It also provides an introduction to computer tools used by engineers (spreadsheet, word processing, presentation software, internet access).

Student Learning Outcomes

Students will demonstrate competence in ; Engineering Curriculum; basic concepts such as significant digits, length, and mass; Engineering Drawing; the use of the computer as an engineering tool; designing a project.


Class days and time

Monday/Wednesday 4:30pm – 5:45pm

Campus and Class location

Room 1312 Martin Campus

Required textbook and

Course Materials

Engineering Fundamentals 3rd edition, by Saeed Moaveni, Cengage Learning, 2008.

Engineering Graphics: Tools for the Mind, by Bryan Graham, Schroff Develovment Corporation.

DD-2 Drafting Kit Basic 2 MS

Last Date of Withdrawal

Monday May 02, 2011

Make-up policy

Students who miss a test, quiz, or other graded exercise should contact the instructor before the next class meeting.  Students who have an excused absence (see Standard College Policies sheet) should present documentation and complete any make-up work within one week of the last day covered by their excuse.  Students who will miss a test, quiz, or other graded exercise because of official school events must make arrangements for making up work prior to missing.

Daily Activities, Class Participation, Pop Quizzes, etc.

At least one quiz grade and one grade from a drawing will be dropped.

Students who are tardy will not be given extra time for quizzes, tests, or drawings.

Final Examination

Monday May 9 3:30pm – 5:30pm



Instructor Information




Instructor

Doug Robinson


Instructor’s

E-mail and phone number

e-mail: drobinson@sheltonstate.edu Telephone: (205) 391 – 2285

Student hours and location

for Student Hours

Office: 2706 Martin Mon/Wed 12:30pm – 1:30 pm Tues/Thurs 10:00am – 11:00am

Fri 11:00am – 12:00pm

Website

http://faculty.sheltonstate.edu/~drobinson

Division Chair’s

E-mail and phone number

Gail Queen e – mail: gqueen@sheltonstate.edu

Phone: (205) 391 – 2209. Office number 2704.




College Policy Information





Academic Misconduct


Students are expected to be honorable in all college assignments. Suspected cases of academic misconduct are reported to the Dean of Instructional Services. [Instructor’s note: Instructors may not include any other information regarding academic misconduct on the syllabus. Refer to the SSCC 2009-10 Catalog for specific policies and procedures regarding academic misconduct.]

Attendance Policy

SSCC Attendance Policy: Students are expected to attend all classes for which they are registered, to be prompt and to remain in class/lab for the entire time. Attendance will be recorded at every class/lab meeting. On the final grade report, instructors are required to identify the last day of attendance for all students who receive a grade of “F” or “U.” Students who are unable to attend class regularly, regardless of the reason or circumstance, should withdraw from the class. Withdrawal from class can affect eligibility for federal financial aid.

Standard College Policies

The Standard College Policies apply to all classes at the college and are a part of every official course syllabus; each student receives a copy when he or she completes the vehicle registration/waiver procedure. It is also available from the College website, www.sheltonstate.edu. It is the responsibility of the student to have a copy of these policies and to abide by them. This class syllabus is intended to give further detail about the policies and expectations in this class. College policies are also published in the Schedule of Classes and the SSCC College Catalog/Student Handbook. Students are expected to be aware of and abide by College policies in every class.

Student Email

(Bucs Mail)

All students who are or have been registered for classes at Shelton State Community College are provided an email account. Students who are currently registered must have an email account. Electronic mail is the official method of communication for delivery of information Shelton State designated communicators may use this email account to send official communications to the student body. Student email addresses will be recorded in the college’s electronic directories and records. To activate/sign in to your Bucs Mail account, visit the Bucs Mail icon at www.sheltonstate.edu.

Quality Enhancement Plan

Shelton State’s Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP)
Improving Student Success in Online Classes



Grading:

Activities and Material covered

by that Activity

Percentage of Grade

Or Number of Points

Student’s

Score


Test 1

15%




Test 2

15%




Average of assignments, in-class activities, and quizzes

20%




Drawings

30%




Project


20%







100 %



The following is required:

Letter grades will be assigned according to the following:

Percentage Grade

Letter grade


90-100

A

80-89

B

70-79

C

60-69

D

59 and below

F




This course outline and the dates established therein are tentative, and the instructor reserves the right to change them.

Day

Date

Topic

Action

Activity/Assignments

1

Mon/ Jan 10

General overview / Objectives of the course

What Is Engineering?

Types of Engineering/course requirements

EF – Ch 1 (p. 4)

Lecture/Powerpoints

Group activity

Assignment: Powerpoint on “Who am I?”

2

Wed/ Jan 12

“Who Am I?”; Excel basics

Student ppt demon

EF – Ch 14 (p. 372)

Excel Exercise

3

Wed/ Jan 19

Unit Conversions & Significant Digits

EF – Ch 6 (p. 134, 139

Exercise (with Excel)

4

Mon/ Jan 24

Length: Coordinate systems, right triangles







6

Wed/ Jan 26

Vectors

Handout




7

Wed/ Feb 02

Length: Basic Trig Issues

EF – Ch 7 (pp.152- 60)




8

Mon/ Feb 07

Length: Surface area, volume, centroids

EF – Ch 7 (pp. 163 – 182)




9

Wed/ Feb 09

Length: Practice




Exercise (with Excel)

10

Mon/ Feb 14

Practice Test 1 (Review)







11

Wed/ Feb 16

TEST 1







12

Mon/ Feb 21

Engineering Ethics

EF – Ch 5(p. 106)




13

Wed/ Feb 23

Time – Measurement, Period, Frequency







14

Mon/ Feb 28

Time – Practice




Exercise(with Excel)

15

Wed/ Mar 02

Mass – Density, Specific Volume







16

Mon/ Mar 07

Mass – Mass vs weight, gc




Exercise(with Excel)

18

Mon/ Mar 21

Practice Test 2 (Review)







19

Wed/ Mar 23

TEST 2







20

Mon/ Mar 28

Drafting: Lettering

Demonstration:

Bring EG book and kit to class




21

Wed/ Mar 30

Drafting: Sketching

Demonstration:

Bring EG book and kit to class




22

Mon/ Apr 04

Drafting: Orthographic Projection

Demonstration:

Bring EG book and kit to class




23

Wed/ Apr 06

Drafting: Isometric Drawings

Demonstration:

Bring EG book and kit to class




24

Mon/ Apr 11

Drafting: Dimensioning

Demonstration:

Bring EG book and kit to class




25

Wed/ Apr 13

Drafting:

Demonstration:

Bring EG book and kit to class




26

Mon/ Apr 18

Project: TBA







27

Wed/ Apr 20

Project: TBA







28

Mon/ Apr 25

Project: TBA







29

Wed/ Apr 27

Project: TBA







30

Mon/ May 02

Project: TBA







OUTLINE

EGR 101 – 01

SPRING 2011 4:30PM – 5:45PM


EF = Engineering Foundations EG = ENGINEERING GRAPHICS: Tools for the Mind

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