## Courses shared by all

Engineering Special Options Programs

### Required Common Core Courses (76 Units)

**ENGR 150 Introduction to Engineering (1)
**

*Prerequisites: None.*

Introduction to profession of engineering; ethical and legal aspects of engineering profession; engineering design process; communication and computer skills in engineering.

**CE/ME 201 Statics (4)
**

*Prerequisites: MATH 207, PHYS 211.*

Fundamental principles of statics, resolution and composition of forces, algebraic and graphic solutions, friction, center of gravity, moment of inertia.

**CE/ME 205 Strength of Materials I (4)
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*Prerequisites: MATH 208.*

Stresses and strains under axial, sharing, and torsional forces; flexural stresses and deflections of simple beams; columns; and combined stresses.

**ENGR 207 Materials Science and Engineering (4)
**

*Prerequisites: CHEM 101, MATH 206.*

Understanding structure and fundamentals of atomic and molecular mechanisms of engineering materials, atom and electron movement, physical and mechanical properties; overview of engineering materials, semiconductors, metals, ceramics, polymers, and composites.

**CE/ME 210 Mattrix Algebra for Engineers (2)
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*Prerequisites: MATH 208.*

Introduction to calculations using vectors; matrix operation, solution of linear simultaneous equations; coordinate transformation; application to engineering problems.

**CE/ME 211 Statistics and Probability for Engineers (2)
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*Prerequisites: MATH 208.*

Introduction to calculations using probability distributions and densities; concepts in statistics; application to engineering problems.

**CHEM 101 General Chemistry I (5)
**

*Prerequisites: HS CHEM & PHYS; 2 Years of HS Algebra, Placement Test*

Physical concepts, stoichiometry, structure of atom, periodic table, chemical bonding.

**MATH 206 Calculus I: Differentiation (4)
**

*Prerequisites: ELM, MATH 103 with a minimum grade of "C" or Placement test*

Functions, graphs, conics, limits, continuity and derivatives, anti-differentiation, and applications.

**MATH 207 Calculus II: Integration (4)
**

*Prerequisites: MATH 206 with a minimum grade of "C"*

The definite integral, fundamental Theorem of the Calculus, transcendental functions, methods of integration, applications to physics and biology.

**MATH 208 Calculus III: Sequence, Series, and Coordinate Systems (4)
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*Prerequisites: MATH 207 with a minimum grade of "C"*

Limits of sequences and series, indeterminate forms, Taylor Series, plane coordinate systems, and change of coordinates.

**MATH 209 Calculus IV: Several Variables (4)
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*Prerequisites: MATH 208 with a minimum grade of "C"*

Three-dimensional analytic geometry, partial differentiation, multiple integration, spherical and cylindrical coordinate systems, improper integrals.

**MATH 215 Differential Equations (4)
**

*Prerequisites: MATH 209 with a minimum grade of "C"*

Ordinary differential equations with concentration on methods of finding solutions; applications in science and engineering.

**PHYS 211 Mechanics (5)
**

*Prerequisites: highschool Physics, MATH 206(may be taken concurrently)*

Motion in one and two dimensions, Newton's laws of motion, circular motion, work and energy, energy transfer, linear and angular momentum and their conservation, collisions, universal gravitation.

**PHYS 212 Wave, Optics and Thermodynamics (5)
**

*Prerequisites: PHYS 211, MATH 207(may be taken concurrently)*

Mechanical vibrations and sound, optics, elementary thermodynamics.

**PHYS 213 Electricity and Magnetism (5)
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*Prerequisites: PHYS 212, MATH 208(may be taken concurrently)*

Elementary field theory, basic electricity and magnetism, DC circuits.

**ENGR 300 Economics for Engineers (4)
**

*Prerequisites: None*

Basic economic concepts, relationships between economic and engineering problems, role of interest and capital in cost minimization, analysis of financial statements, original and alternative investments, capital depreciation and replacement problems.

**ENGR 301 Ethics and Professionalism (1)
**

*Prerequisites: None*

Basic economic concepts, relationships between economic and engineering problems, role of interest and capital in cost minimization, analysis of financial statements, original and alternative investments, capital depreciation and replacement problems.

**CE/ME 303 Fluid Mechanics I (4)
**

*Prerequisites: PHYS 212*

Fundamental principles and methods of fluid mechanics; thermodynamics of fluid flow; Newtonian fluids; equations of fluid flow; laminar and turbulent flow; applications.

**CE/ME 312 Strength of Material Laboratory (1)
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*Prerequisites: CE/ME 205*

Tests of engineering materials in tension, compression, bending, and torsion; verification by experiment of basic theories leanred in strength of materials.

**CE/ME 313 Fluid Mechanics Laboratory (1)
**

*Prerequisites: CE/ME 303*

Experiments on fluid properties, fluid statics, consrvation of mass, energy, and momentum, and fluid resistance.

**CE/ME 320 Dynamics (4)
**

*Prerequisites: CE/ME 201*

Kinematics and kinetics of rigid bodies; work, kinetic energy, impulse, momentum in two and three dimensions; applications to space mechanics.

**ME 326A Thermodynamics I (4)
**

*Prerequisites: PHYS 212, MATH 208*

Concepts of equilibrium and temperature; first and second laws of thermodynamics. Poperties of pure substances; iseal gases; application of thermodynamic principles to closed and open systems

**Required Science Courses (15 units)**

__All following courses must be completed__

**BIOL 100A Introductory Biology I (5 units)
**

*Prerequisites: None.*

Introduction to the ecology, evolution and diversity of life, covering all major groupsof organisms from a phylogenetic perspective

**BIOL 200A Human Anatomy and Physiology I (5 units)
**

*Prerequisite or corequisite: CHEM 151*

Structure and function of the cell and tissue; anatomy and physiology of the skeletal, muscular, digestive, and urinary systems. No credit toward biology major or minor.

**BIOL 200B Human Anatomy and Physiology II (5 units)
**

*Prerequisite: BIOL 200A*

Anatomy and physiology of the cardiovascular, respiratory, nervous, endocrine, and reproductive system. No credit toward biology major or minor.

__Upper Division Kinesiology Required Courses (9 units)__

All following courses must be completed

**KIN 335 Anatomical Kinesiology (4 units)
**

*Prerequisite: BIOL 200AB*

Structure and function of the musculoskeltal system in relation to human movement.

**KIN 340 Applied biomechanics (5 units)
**

*Prerequisite: MATH 102, MATH/ECON 109: PHYS 156 and BIOL 200B. Prerequisite or Corequisite: KIN 310*

Analysis of anatomical and mechanical bases for efficiency of human movement.

__Upper Division Rehabilitaion Required Courses (12 units)__

All following courses must be completed

**ME 250 Biomaterials (4 units)
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*Prerequisite:*

**ME 350 Biomaterials (4 units)
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*Prerequisite:*

**ME 454 Special topics in Mechanical Engineering (4 units)
**

*Prerequisites: senior standing in mechanical engineering; enrollment subject to approval of instructor in charge*

Group study of selected topics not currently offered as technical electives, study groups may be organized in advanced mechanical engineering subjects upon approval of instructor. May be repeated for credit.

**Upper Division
Kinesiology Required Courses (9 units)**

__All following courses must be completed__

**KIN 335 Anatomical Kinesiology (4 units)**

*Prerequisite: BIOL 200AB*

Structure and function of the musculoskeltal system in relation to human movement.

**KIN 340 Applied biomechanics (5 units)
**

*Prerequisite: MATH 102, MATH/ECON 109: PHYS 156 and BIOL 200B. Prerequisite or Corequisite: KIN 310*

Analysis of anatomical and mechanical bases for efficiency of human movement.

**General Science Electives (4 units);**

*Select at least 4 units from the following list of classes*

**CHEM 102 General Chemistry II (5 units)
**

*Prerequisite: CHEM 101*

Structure of molecules, states of matter, acids and bases, equilibrium, oxidation-reduction, electrochemistry, coordination compounds.

**BIOL 300 Biometrics (4 units)
**

*Prerequisite: grade of C or higher in BIOL 100C; MATH 103.*Statistical analysis applied to biological problems, with emphasis on sampling, experimental design, chi-square analysis, t-test, analysis of variance, regression analysis, and correlation analysis.

**BIOL 435 Neurobiology: Neuroanatomy (4 units)
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*Prerequisite: BIOL 380*

Gross and microscopic structure of the mammalian nervous systems, organizational aspects classical lesions and deficits

**KIN 360 Physiology of Exercise (4 units)
**

*Prerequisite: Math 102, Math/Econ 109; and BIOL 200B. prerequisite or corequisite: KIN 310.*

Analysis of physiological bases of effect of movement and stress on human organism; factors affecting conditioning. KIN 436A Principles in Mobility Training (4)

**KIN 425 dimensions of kinesiology for individuals with disabilities (4 units)
**

*Prerequisite: KIN 250; Prerequisite or Corequisite: KIN 310*

Submission of a certificate of clearance to school of kinesiology and nutritional science for students completing the physical education single subject teaching options and, community leadership options. Conditions requiring special physical education including: learning disabilities, retardation, neurological and orthopedic conditions.

**KIN 436A Principles of Mobility Training (4 Units)
**

*Prerequisite: BIOL 200A, BIOL 200B, and concurrent enrollment in KIN 436B*

Introduction to mobility training techniques such as range of motion, flexibility, manual resistance exercises, posture, balance and gait training

**KIN 436B Mobility Training Practicum (2 Units)
**

*Prerequisite: KIN 436A (or concurrent enrollment in KIN 438A)*

Application of mobility training to physically impaired clients. May be repeated for a maximum of 12 units. Service learning is required.

**KIN 437 Disease and Plasticity in Neuromuscular Systems (4 Units)
**

*Prerequisite: Upper division standing*

Introduction to neuromuscular diseases and exercise-induced plasticity in neuromuscular systems.

**KIN 456 Sport and Exercise Ergogenic Aids (4 Units)
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*Prerequisite: KIN 360*

Relevant issues in ergogenic aids and sport. Pharmacological and hormonal aids: dietary requirements and issues of individuals who engage in exercise and sport.

**KIN 460 Principles of Physical Fitness Assessment
**

*Prerequisite: KIN 360*

Physical fitness and performance assessment techniques employed within the laboratory environment: electrocardiography, electromyography, closed, and open circuit, indirect calorimetry, stress testing, hydro densitometry, respirometry and cardio circulatory.

**KIN 461 Advanced Exercise Physiology (5 Units)
**

*Prerequisite: KIN 360*

Advanced topics in exercise physiology, including exercise responses, in the neuroendocrine, cardiopulmonary, immune, and skeletal systems. Topics will also include system-level integration during exercise, and exercise in stressful environments.

**Kin 485A Practicum in Exercise and Human Performance (2
Units)
**

*Prerequisite: KIN 465*

Directed on-campus practicum in a career related setting. Regular conferences with supervisor. Total 100 hours. Graded CR/NC

**Upper Division
Technical Electives (8 Units);**

__Select at least 8 units from the following list of classes__

**ME 306 Heat Transfer I (4 Units)**

*Prerequisites: MATH 208, PHYS 212*

Fundamental principles of heat transfer; conduction, convection, and radiation; applications.

**ME 321 kinematics (4 Units)
**

*Prerequisite: ME 319*

Transmissions of motion; theory of mechanisms; linkages; gears; cams; belts and chain.

**ME 409 mechanical engineering analysis (4 Units)
**

*Prerequisite: MATH 215, and senior standing*

Setup of vibration,heat transfer, fluid flow, and other mechanical engineering systems as ordinary and partial differential equations; analogies between various physical systems. Classical, transform, numerical, and computer-aided methods of solution.

**ME 410 Control of Mechanical Systems (4 Units)
**

*Prerequisites: MATH 215, ME 306, PHYS 213*

Mathematical models of dynamic systems, fundamentals of feedback control, basic control actions and devices, applications to mechanical systems.

**ME 414 Machine design (4 Units)
**

*Prerequisites: ME 323*

Design of unit assemblies and machines; materials, safety, lubrication, and construction

**ME 419 computer aided mechanical engineering (4 Units)
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*Prerequisites: ME 103, ME 323, ME 303, ME 306, CS 290(or equivalent)*

Applications of modern engineering tools in computer- aided design, finite element analysis, computational fluid dynamics and control simulations. Problems in mechanics, heat transfer, fluid dynamics, and control, etc. are covered

**ME 421 Dynamics of Mechanisms (4 Units)
**

*Prerequisites: CE/ME 320*

Application of principles of statics, kinematics, and dynamics to analysis and design of mechanisms with rotating or reciprocating

**ME 422 optimization of mechanical design (4 Units)
**

*Prerequisites: MATH 215, ME 306, PHYS 213*

Design considerations of mechanical engineering systems; optimization techniques; application of existing computer programs and analytical methods to optimization of mechanical engineering systems.

**ME 423 introduction to finite element method (4 Units)
**

*Prerequisites: CE/ME 210, CS 290, MATH 215. Corequisites: ME 306, ME 323*

Derivation of element stiffness matrices for spring, bar, beam, and constant-strain, triangle elements, from energy principles. Application to trusses and frames. Steady-state heat transfer. Use of finite element method software.