Quick Links

Live Your Purpose

CAL BAPTIST

Aerospace Engineering Minor

AVN110 Introduction to Aviation

AVN110 Introduction to Aviation

A survey of the U.S. aviation industry, including the history of aviation, attributes of an aviation professional, career planning, certification, airports, airspace, air traffic control, and navigational aids. (3 units; Fall)

+

EGR241 Statics

EGR241 Statics

Study of forces, moments, free-body diagrams, friction, equilibrium, first and second moments of lines, centers of pressure, mass and gravity, and moments of inertia. Prerequisites: EGR 182 or MAT 245. (3 units; Fall)

+

EGR242 Strength of Materials

EGR242 Strength of Materials

Introduction of stress and strain, stress transformations, analysis of stresses, strain, and deflections in axial members, beams, and torsional shafts. Analysis of pressure vessels. Prerequisites: EGR 241 and either EGR 182 or MAT 245. (3 units; Spring)

+

Complete 25 units from the following courses to obtain a minor in Aerospace Engineering.

Lower Division Requirements

Complete four (4) units of the following:

EGR182 Intro Math Engineering Applicatn

EGR182 Intro Math Engineering Applicatn

This course will provide an overview of the salient math topics most heavily used in the core sophomore-level engineering courses. These include trigonometry, vectors, complex numbers, sinusoids and harmonic signals, systems of equations and matrices, derivatives, integrals and differential equations within the context of an engineering application, and reinforce through extensive examples of their use in the core engineering courses. Students may only earn credit for either EGR 182 or EGR 182L. Prerequisite: EGR 181 or MAT 115. (4 units; Fall/Spring)

+

MAT245 Analytical Geometry & Calculus I

MAT245 Analytical Geometry & Calculus I

Basic concepts of analytical geometry, limits and derivatives, differentials and rates, integration, definite and indefinite integrals, differentiation of logarithmic and exponential functions. Prerequisite: MAT 135, 145, EGR 182, or sufficient SAT, ACT or math placement exam scores and appropriate high school mathematics background. (4 units; Fall/Spring)

+

Upper Division Requirements

Complete six (6) units from the following:

EGR 446 Aerodynamics

EGR 447 Mechanics of Composite Structure

EGR 448 Propulsion

Complete six (6) units from the following: 

EGR 445

EGR341 Thermodynamics

EGR341 Thermodynamics

Thermodynamic properties, heat and work, first and second laws, processes, ideal and nonideal cycles. Prerequisites: CHE 115 or 130 and either PHY 203 or 214. (3 units; Fall)

+

EGR342 Fluid Mechanics

EGR342 Fluid Mechanics

Introductory concepts of fluid motions, fluid statics, control volume forms and basic principles, and applications basic principles of fluid mechanics to problems in viscous and compressible flow. Co-requisite: MAT 342 or 343. (3 units; Spring)

+

EGR343 Dynamics

EGR343 Dynamics

Kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies including Newton's Second Law, work energy methods, impulse-momentum, central and oblique impact. Prerequisites: EGR241, MAT255 and PHY201. (3 units; Fall)

+

EGR344 Materials & Manufactrng Process

EGR344 Materials & Manufactrng Process

Properties of the principal families of materials used in mechanical engineering design with an introduction to the manufacturing processes used to convert these materials into finished products. Application of statistics and probability to material properties and manufacturing. Laboratory experiments in strength of materials, property of materials, and manufacturing processes. Prerequisite: EGR 242. (3 units; Fall)

+

EGR346 Machine Design

EGR346 Machine Design

The fundamentals of machine elements in mechanical design. Includes the analysis of components under static and fatigue loadings, and the analysis, properties, and selection of machine elements such as shafts, gears, belts, chains, brakes, clutches, bearings, screw drives and fasteners. Prerequisite: EGR242. (3 units; Fall)

+

EGR351 Structural Analysis I

EGR351 Structural Analysis I

Application of fundamental analysis concepts to the behavior of civil engineering structures and structural components.Analysis of statically determinate and indeterminate structures using classical methods such as Slope Deflection and Moment Distribution. Introduction to a typical Structural Analysis Computer Programs. Prerequisite: EGR 242. (3 units; Fall)

+

EGR363 Biofluid Mechncs & Rlvnt Tchnlgs

EGR363 Biofluid Mechncs & Rlvnt Tchnlgs

Introduces the basic principles of fluid mechanics and applies them to key functions of the human body. Students will learn topics such as Poiseuille flow and pulsatile flow in rigid tubes and how they relate to cardiovascular physiology, prosthetic heart valves and arteries, pulmonary physiology, and aqueous humor dynamics relevant to Glaucoma. Various mathematical modeling approaches will be included. Medical devices and sensors relating to fluid flow will be covered as well as a general overview of common medical device standards. Course includes a weekly laboratory session. Prerequisites: EGR382 and EGR262 or PHY203. (3 units; Fall)

+

EGR372 Chemicl Engineerng Thermodynamc

EGR372 Chemicl Engineerng Thermodynamc

The fundamentals and applications of thermodynamic properties and processes with a focus on multi-component systems including phase equilibria, nonideal solution behavior, and chemical reaction equilibria. Turbines, compressors, power plants, refrigeration cycles. Prerequisites: EGR 272, MAT 342, and CHE 415. (3 units; Spring)

+

EGR441 Heat Transfer

EGR441 Heat Transfer

Steady and unsteady heat conduction including numerical solutions,. Forced and natural convection in external and internal flows. Introductory calculations for heat exchangers. Thermal radiation properties and exchange between surfaces. Prerequisite: EGR 341. Pre- or Co-requsite: EGR342. (3 units; Fall)

+

EGR442 Comp-Aided Engrng Desgn & Visual

EGR442 Comp-Aided Engrng Desgn & Visual

Design, analysis and visualization of engineering components and systems using interactive computer programs with emphasis on computer simulation. Prerequisite: EGR 242. (3 units; Spring)

+

EGR443 Mechanical Vibrations

EGR443 Mechanical Vibrations

The theory and analysis of vibrating systems including single and multi-degrees of freedom, free and forced, vibrations, with and without damping. Prerequisites: EGR 343 and 382. (3 units; Fall)

+

EGR444 Mechanical Engineering Lab

EGR444 Mechanical Engineering Lab

Measurement of fluid flow, heat transfer, power and other properties of mechanical equipment. Design of experiments, use of data acquisition systems, date reporting and presentation. Prerequisites: EGR 305 and 441; Co-requisite: EGR 443. (3 units; Spring)

+

Program Enrollment and Degree Data