Major Engineering Panel Agenda


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Agenda for Major Engineering Panel Meeting
ISU Alumni Center, Room 119, Normal, IL Thursday, November 01, 2012 10:00 AM
Attendees: Malinda Aiello (Illinois Community College Board) ,Eric Bell (Triton College) ,Kevin Bodden (Lewis & Clark Community College) ,Dan Cullen (Illinois Board of Higher Education) ,Alan Edgecombe (Kishwaukee College) ,Omar Ghrayeb (Northern Illinois University) ,Krista Jackson (iTransfer System) ,Krista Jackson (iTransfer System) ,Adam Julian (iTransfer System) ,Joe Kotowski (Oakton Community College) ,Janice Leuchtenberg (iTransfer System) ,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) ,Rashid Robinson (Illinois Board of Higher Education) ,Dominic Sarsah (Illinois Valley Community College) ,David Smith (College of DuPage) ,Rob Twardock (College of Lake County) ,Greg Welter (Illinois Institute of Technology) ,Jie Zou (Eastern Illinois University)


  1. Introductions & Technology


  1. Course Review






Courses for Five year review

1 courses



EGR942: Statics



Kaskaskia College

PSCI 203: Analytical Mechanics (Statics)





New Courses

6 courses



EGR931L: Electrical Circuits



John Wood Community College

EGR 221: Electronic Circuit Analysis I


EGR932L: Digital Systems


Rock Valley College

EGR 250: Digital Electronics


EGR941: Engineering Graphics/CAD


John Wood Community College

CAD 114: Introduction to Parametric Modeling





EGR942: Statics


John Wood Community College

EGR 203: Engineering Mechanics: Statics


EGR943: Dynamics


John Wood Community College

EGR 204: Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics


EGR945: Strength of Material/Mechanics of Solids


Southwestern Illinois College

ENGR 275: Mechanics of Solids



Resubmitted Courses:


Resubmitted Courses for Five year review

1 courses



EGR941: Engineering Graphics/CAD



Wabash Valley College (IECC)

EGR 1131: Engineering Graphics and Design





Resubmitted Original Courses

0 courses




  1. Review Conditionally Approved Courses submitted and try to make decisions on them


  1. IAI information:
    1. Website information, training and orientation discussion, questions from members about IAI
    2. EGR 941


  1. Statewide transfer information



  1. Other items from members









  1. AnyMeeting Info:




IAI Engineering Panel Mtg, Thurs, Nov 1st @10 am-IN PERSON MTG @ ISU's Alumni Center, Normal

Thursday, November 01, 2012
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Central Time (Add to Calendar)

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The IAI Engineering major panel meeting is Thursday, November 1st, at 10 AM at ISU's Alumni Center, Room 119.  If you cannot join in person, you may participate remotely via AnyMeeting.  In order to participate in the webinar, please utilize the links above to register for the webinar.  If you have a camera or microphone we will be able to hear you, but we will also have a conference call available if you don't.  The number is 309-438-1000, access code 2202#.  

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Thank you,

Krista Jackson

IAI Coordinator






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

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