ENGR102 - ENG-102 / Section 2 Supplemental Assignment to...

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ENG-102 / Section 2 Supplemental Assignment to the Open Houses Department 1: Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering; Degree in Mechanical Engineering 1) Math Classes; MATH 125, 129, 223, 254 2) During the sophomore year the nature of the classes would include vector calculus and differential equations along with electricity and magnetism, thermodynamics, static’s, and dynamics. There is also introduction to graphics and computer aided design. This lays the bases for the junior year were the emphasis in on materials, laboratory and machines. 3) Mechanical Engineers are involved in designing a lot of things I find interesting but one that stands out is probably the modern internal combustion engine. Department 2: Electrical and Computer Engineering; Degree in Computer Engineering 1) Math Classes; MATH 125, 129, 223, 254, 322. 2) During the sophomore year the nature of the classes would include vector calculus and differential equations along with introduction to electricity and magnetism and optics. Also there are introduction and analysis of discrete
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structures as well as computer architecture and digital logic. These are mainly
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course ENGR 101 taught by Professor Ogden during the Fall '07 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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ENGR102 - ENG-102 / Section 2 Supplemental Assignment to...

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