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Energy Rating Systems for Homes | RBPT | 2325

Use of computer software and rating criteria to evaluate and score homes using residential energy rating systems. Emphasizes gathering data from building plans, manufacturers' specifications, and on site testing.

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Engineering Dynamics | ENGR | 2302

Dynamics of rid bodies, force-mass acceleration, work-energy, impulse momentum and introduction of mechanical vibrations.

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Engineering Graphics | ENGR | 1204

Introduction to basic engineering graphics using the latest version of AutoCAD. Basic AutoCAD commands will be introduced and emphasized throughout this course. Development of technical drawing skills including: freehand sketching, text, orthographic projection, dimensioning, sectional views, and other viewing conventions. Required for all ASES degrees.

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Engineering Mechanics of Materials | ENGR | 2332

Concepts of stresses and strains, engineering properties of materials including thin-walled pressure vessels, torsional and flexural members, shear, moment, equation of elastic curve, deflection of members, combined loadings, column behavior.

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Engineering Statics | ENGR | 2301

Composition and resolution of forces, free body diagrams, analysis of forces acting on structures and machines, friction, centroids, and moments of inertia.

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English Diction for Singers | MUSI | 1161

Study of phonetic sounds of English to promote ability to sing the language. Open to all vocal students. May be repeated.

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English Grammar and Conversation for Foreign Speakers I | ENGL | 340

A course in English grammar and conversation. This course is intended to aid foreign students in acquiring fluency in spoken English. The approach is communicative, involving grammar study, oral exercises, dialogues, and role playing. All four language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) are developed.

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English Grammar and Conversation for Foreign Speakers II | ENGL | 341

An intermediate course in English grammar and conversation. This course is a continuation of the skills acquired in ENGL 0340 and uses the same approach. It should be taken prior to ENGL 0346, although some students whose assessment score qualifies them for ENGL 0346 may be advised to take ENGL 0341 as a companion course.

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English Language Skills 1 | COMG | 1001

The purpose of this Basic English Language Skills 1 course is to introduce students to workplace English skills. Oral and listening skills and conversational fluency are emphasized in everyday public and workplace communication. The instruction includes vocabulary, grammar, listening, pronunciation, writing, numeracy, and viewing exercises for practice. The course is for the adult learner who has had very little or no exposure to the English language.

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English Language Skills 2 | COMG | 1004

The purpose of this English Language Skills 2 course is to introduce students to workplace English skills. Oral and listening skills and conversational fluency are emphasized in everyday public and workplace communication. The instruction includes vocabulary, grammar, listening, pronunciation, writing, numeracy, and viewing exercises for practice. The course is for the adult learner who has had very little or no exposure to the English language.

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