Major Engineering Panel Agenda


ILLINOIS ARTICULATION INITIATIVE


To Facilitate Interinstitutional Transfer
Illinois Board of Higher Education
431, East Adams, Second Floor
Springfield, IL 62701-1418
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blankenberger@ibhe.org
Illinois Community College Board
401, East Capitol Avenue
Springfield, IL 62701-1711
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fax: 217/785-0090
Malinda.Aiello@illinois.gov
 
Agenda for Major Engineering Panel Meeting
ISU Alumni Center, Room 119 in Normal, IL Thursday, April 12, 2012 10:00 AM
Attendees: Malinda Aiello (Illinois Community College Board) ,Eric Bell (Triton College) ,Bob Blankenberger (Illinois Board of Higher Education) ,Kevin Bodden (Lewis & Clark Community College) ,Omar Ghrayeb (Northern Illinois University) ,Abhilasha Gupta (iTransfer System) ,Krista Jackson (iTransfer System) ,Krista Jackson (iTransfer System) ,David Knopp (Illinois Board of Higher Education) ,Joe Kotowski (Oakton Community College) ,Janice Leuchtenberg (iTransfer System) ,Evert Levitt (Parkland College) ,Tom McGinnis (John A. Logan College) ,Michael McNallan (University of Illinois at Chicago) ,Clark Niepert (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) ,Chris Pearson (Southern Illinois University Carbondale) ,Robert Podlasek (Bradley University) ,William Pratt (Western Illinois University) ,Umberto Ravaioli (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) ,Dominic Sarsah (Illinois Valley Community College) ,David Smith (College of DuPage) ,Rob Twardock (College of Lake County) ,Dheeraj Vatti (iTransfer System) ,Greg Welter (Illinois Institute of Technology) ,Jie Zou (Eastern Illinois University)

Agenda

 

  1. Introductions & Technology

 

  1. Course Review – voting on courses submitted, posting decisions:

 

Courses submitted for first time:

 

 

Courses for Five year review

9 courses

 

 

EGR941: Engineering Graphics/CAD

 

Kaskaskia College

GEDR 103: Engineering Drawing

 

 

Lake Land College

TEC 103: Engineering Graphics

 

 

EGR942: Statics

 

Harold Washington College (CCC)

PHYSICS 215: Physics-Statics

 

 

Kaskaskia College

PSCI 203: Analytical Mechanics (Statics)

 

 

Kaskaskia College

PSCI 203: Analytical Mechanics (Statics)

 

 

Lake Land College

PHY 239: Mechanics I

 

 

EGR943: Dynamics

 

Harold Washington College (CCC)

PHYSICS 216: Dynamics

 

 

Lake Land College

PHY 240: Mechanics II

 

 

EGR944: [Combined] Statics and Dynamics

 

Illinois Valley Community College

TAM 2001: Theor & Applied Mech(Stat & Dynam)

 

 

 

 

New Courses

4 courses

 

EGR913: Calculus-based Physics for Engineers III-Fluids

 

Lincoln Land Community College

ENG 220: Statics

 

EGR941: Engineering Graphics/CAD

 

University of Illinois at Chicago

ME 250: Intro to Engineering Design and Graphics

 

EGR943: Dynamics

 

Lincoln Land Community College

ENG 221: Dynamics

 

EGR944: [Combined] Statics and Dynamics

 

University of Illinois at Chicago

CME 201 and ME 210: Statics AND Engineering Dynamics

 

Resubmitted Courses:

 

 

Resubmitted Courses for Five year review

3 courses

 

 

EGR931L: Electrical Circuits

 

Danville Area Community College

PHYS 235: Electrical Circuit Analysis

 

 

EGR941: Engineering Graphics/CAD

 

Wabash Valley College (IECC)

EGR 1131: Engineering Graphics and Design

 

 

EGR943: Dynamics

 

Wabash Valley College (IECC)

PHY 2122: Analytical Mechanics II (Dynamics)

 

 

 

 

Resubmitted Original Courses

1 courses

 

EGR931L: Electrical Circuits

 

John A. Logan College

PHY 224: Electrical Circuit Analysis Laboratory

 

 

  1. Further discussion of EGR 941 description

 

EGR941: Engineering Design Graphics/CAD

(3-4 Semester Credits)

Engineering Design Graphics/CAD (3-4 semester credit hours, 4-6 contact hours) Introduction to engineering design and graphics, including design problems, sketching, 2D computer aided drafting, dimensioning, tolerancing, multi-view orthographic representations, auxiliary views, section views, and working drawings.  Students are required to use 2D CAD in this course.  Sketching and CAD techniques should be integrated in this course to achieve the following outcomes: 

  • Analyze the engineering function of existing products
  • Apply design principles and rationale in a realistic and original design project.
  • Work in a team to generate, analyze, evaluate and select among engineering design solutions to meet specified requirements
    • Create functional description of the design intent
    • Develop design objectives
    • Build functional physical model and test it
    • Communicate the results of the design process, including working drawings, verbal, and written presentations.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in freehand sketching to communicate design ideas
  • Demonstrate spatial visualization and reasoning skills either by using  descriptive geometry or 3D parametric solid modeling analysis
  • Interpret and create working drawings:
    • Convert between pictorial views and multiview drawings.
    • Create appropriate section views from given multiview drawings
    • Create a properly dimensioned and toleranced multiview drawings using engineering standards 
    • Create appropriate auxiliary views from given multiview drawings
    • Create complete working drawings with detailed part drawings and assembly drawings

 

  1. Administrative Items:
    1. IAI Retreat
    2. IAI Items
    3. Other items from members

 

  1. AnyMeeting Info:

 

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