• EGR 553: Mechanical Vibrations
    Modeling, design, and analysis of mechanical vibrations: natural frequency, damping, excitation, higher order systems, modal analysis, experimental testing, and continuous systems. Prerequisites: EGR 253; MTH 232; CPS 180; or Graduate Student in Engineering.
  • EGR 554: Mechanical Controls
    Design and analysis of control for mechanical systems, including modeling, transient and steady-state, root locus, frequency response, PID control, and state space. Prerequisites: EGR 253; MTH 232; CPS 180; or Graduate Student in Engineering.
  • EGR 576: Mechanics of Composite Materials
    Covers composite material mechanics with emphasis on selection, analysis, and use. Stiffness and strength theories. Treats composite beams and plates for static and dynamic loads. Prerequisites: EGR 255, 355; MTH 232; or Graduate Student in Engineering.
  • EGR 578: Advanced Mechanics of Materials
    Stress and strain in three dimensions, constitutive laws, failure theories. Advanced beam theories, curved beams, shear deformation, beams on elastic foundations, plates and shells, energy methods. Prerequisites: EGR 255, 355; MTH 233; or Graduate Student in Engineering.
  • EGR 588: Photonics
    A study of optical phenomena and its application to engineering problems. Topics include ray optics, beam optics, guided wave optics, lasers​ and applications thereof. Prerequisite: EGR 388 or Graduate Student in Engineering.
  • EGR 591: CMOS Circuit Design
    Design and simulation of analog integrated circuits and systems using transistor level differential amplifiers, operational amplifiers, oscillators, and data converters. Prerequisites: EGR 292, 392; or Graduate Student in Engineering.
  • EGR 594: Power Electronics
    Fundamentals of power electronics including switch-mode DC-DC converters, feedback controllers, rectifiers, semiconductor switches and magnetic circuit in power electronics. Prerequisites: EGR 398 or Graduate Student in Engineering.
  • EGR 595: Nanoscale Transistors
    Conceptual framework that underlies the microscopic viewpoint using examples related to the emerging field of nanoscale transistors. Prerequisites: EGR 487 or 491 or Graduate Student in Engineering.
  • EGR 597: Special Topics in Engineering
    Intensive study of selected engineering topics not included in regular course. Repeatable up to 6 credits when content previously studied is not duplicated. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
  • EGR 600: Advanced Engineering Analysis
    Modeling and analysis of advanced engineering systems. These include linear and non linear, discrete and continuous systems typically found in mechanical and electrical engineering. Prerequisite: Admittance to the Graduate Program in Engineering.
  • EGR 601: Advanced Engineering Experimentation
    Develop and conduct experiments involving advanced data acquisition​ and analyses in engineering. Perform uncertainty and error analysis of collected data. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in Engineering.
  • EGR 637: Directed Research in Engineering
    Directed research supervised by an Engineering faculty member. Repeatable up to 6 credits. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
  • EGR 685: Seminar: Current Topics in Engineering
    Discussion of current research and application topics in engineering. Basic skills of oral presentation and literature search will be introduced. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor.
  • EGR 697: Special Topics in Engineering
    Study of advanced engineering topics not included in regular graduate courses. Repeatable up to 6 credits. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
  • EGR 798: Thesis Research
    Thesis research supervised by an engineering faculty. May be repeated as needed. Prerequisites: EGR 600; Graduate Student in Engineering.