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ENGR- 101 - Introduction to Engineering - Jeffrey Koerner

Course:Introduction to Engineering
Professor:Jeffrey Koerner
  • OnlineLive
Course Length:
  • 16 Week


Hello students,

My name is Jeffrey Koerner. I will be your instructor for Engineering 101. This course is an introduction to the Engineering profession.

Please review the syllabus in Canvas prior to the beginning of the Course. You will need a scientific Calculator for this course.

Course Description

This course will provide students with an introduction to the Engineering discipline. Topics include: Engineering majors, Engineering functions, The Engineering Design process, Project Management, Statics, Engineering Ethics, Electric Circuits, Graphics, Team Work, Work & Energy and Mechanics of Materials.

What to Expect in this Course

This class will consist of a Lecture and a Lab for each meeting. Each Lab will have a Lab assignment. Homework will be assigned for each lecture.

Types of Assessments

This class will have two Exams. A mid term and a Final Exam. There will be Lab and Homework Assignments.

Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook

Engineering your Future (Ninth Edition) Oakes & Leone ISBN 978-0-19-027926-4

Note: The inside of the textbook has a different ISBN. The back of the book has the ISBN shown above.


Additional Resources


This course can be accessed on the first day of class via Canvas at Log into Canvas using your CanyonsID single sign-on:

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Online Education

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Online Counseling

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Management of Stress and Mental Health

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Last updated: 08/19/2021 Sub#: 272