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
- This class is offered as an on-line class during the Fall and Spring Semesters.
- 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.
- Class content consists of textbook reading, on-line video lectures (which cover the textbook chapters), book exercises, quizzes, and a final exam.
- There are no drafting projects.
- A textbook is required. The text contains the book exercises and sample prints of mechanical design projects.
- Click here for a copy of the Syllabus for Engr 102 - Spring 2012 semester (PDF Format).