ETC 100 Languages of Technology. (4) F, S
Introduction to computer-aided design, programming, modeling, and technical documentation. Lecture, lab. General Studies: N3.
ETC 101 Languages of Technology Lab. (0) F, S
Introduction to computer-aided design, programming, modeling, and technical documentation.
ETC 200 Impact of Communications Technology on Society. (3) F, S
Organizational issues and development of technical communication. Activities include research, evaluations, and presentation of oral arguments in support of positions. Prerequisite: ENG 102. General Studies: L1.
ETC 201 Applied Electrical Science. (4) F, S, SS
Principles of electricity, passive elements, and AC/DC circuit analysis. Laboratory exploration of circuits using instrumentation and the computer as tools. Lecture, lab. Prerequisites: ETC 100; MAT 170; PHY 112, 114.
ETC 211 Applied Engineering Mechanics: Statics. (3) F, S
Vectors, forces and moments, force systems, equilibrium, analysis of basic structures and structural components, friction, centroids, and moments of inertia. Prerequisites: MAT 260; PHY 111, 113.
ETC 340 Applied Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer. (3) F, S
Thermodynamic systems and processes, first and second laws of thermodynamics, properties of pure substances, and applications to heat engines and special systems. Fundamentals of conduction, radiation, and convection. Prerequisites: MAT 261; PHY 112, 114.
ETC 400 Technical Communications. (3) F, S, SS
Planning and preparing technical publications and oral presentations based on directed library research related to current technical topics. Prerequisites: completion of first-year English requirements; L1 course; senior standing as a CTAS major. General Studies: L2.
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