Engr 102 - ENGINEERING PRINT READING FOR INDUSTRY - 2 Units

Engineering 102 is a study of the fundamentals of orthographic drawing to develop the
student’s ability to understand and utilize the information presented on a blueprint. Such areas as size dimensional systems, tolerancing, SI metrics, value engineering and related industrial terminology are presented to strengthen the student’s ability to interpret an engineering drawing. Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 1 hour.

  • Recommended preparation: Eligibility for English 120 or ESL151.
  • A recommended course for basic drafting review and non-drafting majors. This course may not be taken for credit by students who have completed Engineering 104, 106, or 108.
  • Transfer credit: CSU

Notes:

  1. This class is offered as an on-line class during the Fall and Spring Semesters.
  2. There is one orientation meeting at the beginning of the semester that is in-person. Students will complete the rest of the course using the Moodle software. Students that live out of the area may use email to obtain information about the class.
  3. Class content consists of textbook reading, on-line video lectures (which cover the textbook chapters), book exercises, quizzes, and a final exam.
  4. There are no drafting projects.
  5. A textbook is required. The text contains the book exercises and sample prints of mechanical design projects.
  6. Click here for a copy of the Syllabus for Engr 102 - Spring 2012 semester (PDF Format).

Last updated: 10/21/2012 9:30:11 AM