Engr and Computing (ENCP)

ENCP 530  - Cases in Technology Feasibility Analysis  (3 Credits)  
Technology innovation, exploitation of intellectual property, and technology feasibility analysis.
ENCP 533  - Legal Aspects of Engineering & Innovation  (3 Credits)  
Contracts, products liability, intellectual property including patent, trade secrets, copyrights and trademarks, and business torts relating to product design.
ENCP 535  - Developing and Launching New Ventures in Science and Technology  (3 Credits)  
Processes, strategies and tools to analyze and facilitate the emergence of science and technology oriented ventures.
ENCP 536  - Innovation and New Venture Analysis  (3 Credits)  
Entrepreneurial perspective and planning, market preparation, business model analysis, business planning and fundraising.
ENCP 540  - Environmentally Conscious Manufacturing  (3 Credits)  
Design for the environment; life cycle analysis; environmental economics and global competitiveness; legal and regulatory affairs; and management of technological change. Interdisciplinary collaboration of engineering, science, math, and business majors. Graduate student standing or consent of instructor.
ENCP 602  - Introduction to Engineering Design for Teachers  (3 Credits)  
An introduction to computer-aided design with solid modeling for pre-service and in-service teachers. Design process, professional communication and collaboration methods, design ethics, and technical documentation. Non-engineering and computing majors only. Prerequsite: college algebra with trigonometry.
ENCP 603  - Gateway to Technology for Teachers  (3 Credits)  
Addresses the development of knowledge, skills, and understanding of modern technology. For preservice and in-service teachers. College of Engineering and Computing majors are excluded.
Prerequisites: MATH 112 or MATH 115.
ENCP 605  - Principles of Engineering for Teachers  (3 Credits)  
Introduces technological processes employed in engineering and engineering technology for K-12 teachers. For pre-service and in-service teachers. College of Engineering and Computing majors are excluded.
Prerequisites: MATH 112 or MATH 115.
ENCP 701  - Instructional Assistant Development  (0 Credits)  
Seminar exploring the pedagogical principles, methods, and issues related to teaching STEM in higher education.
ENCP 707  - Continuum Mechanics  (3 Credits)  
Development of theory of strain and of stress; constitutive equations; compatibility conditions; equations of motion. An introduction to courses in mechanics of solids and of fluids.
ENCP 710  - Dynamic Analysis  (3 Credits)  
Analysis of lumped and continuous multidegree of freedom mechanical systems. Transfer function analysis. Response of systems to steady-state, shock, and random excitation. Introduction to non-linear vibrations and wave propagation.
Prerequisites: ENCP 424.
ENCP 721  - Elasticity  (3 Credits)  
Equilibrium, strain-displacement, compatibility, and constitutive equations in terms of complex potential stress functions, applications to plane engineering boundary value problems including beams, disks, thick-walled tubes, and stress concentration problems.
Prerequisites: ENCP 707.
ENCP 734  - Prototype Design & Manufacturing  (3 Credits)  
Development processes and organization, product planning, manufacturing principles, and prototyping.
ENCP 737  - Entrepreneurial Laboratory  (6 Credits)  
Supervised experience in the field of technology innovation and engineering entrepreneurship.
ENCP 788  - Independent Project in Artificial Intelligence  (1-6 Credits)  
Independent project in artificial intelligence. Topic and contract are to be approved by instructor, advisor, and graduate program director.
ENCP 789  - Advanced Special Topics in Engineering and Computing  (0-3 Credits)  
Special topics of an interdisciplinary nature for graduate students of engineering and computing. Course content varies and will be announced in the schedule of classes by title.
ENCP 801  - Graduate Student as Researcher  (0 Credits)  
Introduction to professional skills for graduate-level researchers in STEM fields, including researcher identity, competence, ethics, and professional and career development.