Electro-Mechanical Engineering (470A)

Southern State Engineering

Nature of Profession

Electro-mechancial engineers work in various engineering and manufacturing companies using the principles and theories of engineering, mathematics and science. They may prepare specifications for materials, test for quality control, study ways to improve manufacturing efficiency, supervise production workers, work as field representatives, install and repair technical equipment or write repair and operation manuals.

Courses

First Semester

Course # Course Title Credits
ENDS 1100 Introduction to Engineering Technology 2
ENGL 1101 English Composition I 3
PHYS 1117 Applied Physics I (Mechanics) 3
MATH 1120 Technical Mathematics 3
ENDS 1142 Engineering Drawing II 3
EENG 1105 DC Circuits & Devices 3

Second Semester

Course # Course Title Credits
ENDS 1143 Introduction to Product Design 3
PHYS 1115 Applied Physics II (Heat, Light & Sound) 3
ENDS 2270 Computer Apps in Engineering II 3
EENG 2205 Digital Electronics I 3
EENG 1115 AC Circuits & Devices 3

Third Semester

Course # Course Title Credits
ENDS 2230 Computer Graphics I 3
EENG 1185 Electrical Machinery 3
EENG 2285 Manufacturing Control Systems 3
ENDS 2205 Hydraulics & Pneumatics 3
EENG 2215 Analog Circuits & Devices 3
ENDS 2201 Engineering Mechanics (Statics) 3

Fourth Semester

Course # Course Title Credits
ENDS 2203 Strength of Materials 3
ENDS 2202 Dynamics 3
ENGL 2205 Technical Report Writing 3
COMM 1115 Fundamentals of Effective Speech 3
– – – – – – General Elective (Humanities or Social Sciences) 3
Program Total: 65

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