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Mechatronics...trains technicians with multi-craft skills and applies them within a manufacturing environment. Skills taught include electrical, mechanical, hydraulics, pneumatics, robotics, and computer technologies. Mechatronics technicians who support

- Civil Engineering Classes
- CI 100 - Application of Digital Computer
- CI 110 - Surveying I
- CI 130 - Engineering Mechanics
- MT 122 - Technical Mathematics II
- MT 126 - College Mathematics II
- PH 260 - Technical Physics I & PH 261 - Lab for PH 260
- CI 165 - Surveying II
- CI 175 - Computer-Aided Drafting I
- CI 185 - Strength of Materials
- MT 180 - Pre-Calculus Mathematics
- CO 295 - Engineering Problem Applications
- GL 160 - Physical Geology & GL 161 - Lab for GL 160
- PH 262 - Technical Physics II & PH 263 - Lab for PH 262
- CI 210 - Materials Testing
- CI 220 - Structural Steel Design
- CI 230 - Soils and Foundations
- CI 240 - Engineering Drafting
- CI 255 - Highway Design
- CI 266 - Contracts / Specifications / Estimating
- CI 285 - Reinforced Concrete Design
- CI 295 - Hydraulics & Hydrology

- Introduction to Numerical Electrostatics Using MATLAB13: Triangles and Two-Dimensional Unstructured Grids / 14: A Zoning System and Some Examples / 15: Some FEM Topics / 16: FEM in Three Dimensions / 17: Electrostatic Forces / Appendix: Interfacing with Other Languages.
- The mathematical mechanic: Using physical reasoning to solve problemsAppendix 1: The Binomial Theorem / Appendix 2: Taylor’s and the Exponential Series / Appendix 3: Superposition of a Large Number n of Simple Harmonic Vibrations of Equal Amplitude a and Equal Successive Phase Difference δ / Appendix 4: Superposition of n Equal SHM Vectors of Length a with Random Phase φ / Appendix 5: Electromagnetic Wave Equations: Vector Method / Appendix 6: Planck’s Radiation Law / Appendix 7: Fraunhofer Diffraction from a Rectangular Aperture / Appendix 8: Reflection and Transmission Coefficients for aWave Meeting a Boundary.
- Essentials of Computational ElectromagneticsDiscontinuity Problem in Waveguides / Scattering from Three-Dimensional Objects / Node-Edge Element / Higher-Order Element / Finite-Element Time-Domain Method / More Comments on FEM / Scattering from a Three-Dimensional Objects / Treatment for Special Problems / Comparison of the MoM, FEM and FDTD Methods / Hybrid High-Frequency Asymptotic Methods and Full-Wave Numerical Methods / Hybrid Full-Wave Numerical Methods.
- A modern course in the quantum theory of solidsDouble Differential Cross-Section / Elastic Scattering / Inelastic Scattering / Development of Computational Methods for Band Structures / Fundamental Problem in an Energy Band Theory / Hartree-Fock Method / Plane-Wave Method / k · p Method / Augmented-Plane-Wave Method / Linearized-Augmented-Plane-Wave Method / Linear-Muffin-Tin-Orbitals Method / KKR Method / Orthogonalized-Plane-Wave Method / Tight-Binding Method.
- Analytical Mechanics for Relativity and Quantum Mechanics13 Hamilton’s Principle and Noether’s Theorem / 14: Relativity and Spacetime / 15: Fourvectors and Operators / 16: Relativistic Mechanics / 17: Canonical Transformations / 18: Generating Functions / 19: Hamilton–Jacobi Theory / Appendix A: Vector Fundamentals / Appendix B: Matrices and Determinants / Appendix C: Eigenvalue Problem with General Metric / Appendix D: The Calculus of Many Variables / Appendix E: Geometry of Phase Space.
- An introduction to nuclear physicsPart-2 explores the two-nucleon potential through the study of the deuteron problem, nucleon-nucleon scattering, and also presents a meson theoretical description of the nuclear potential. Part-3 deals with the nuclear structure through different models, e.g., liquid-drop model, Fermi gas model, nuclear shell model, collective model. Part-4 develops different theoretical models for nuclear reactions, e.g., compound nucleus, statistical model, continuum model, optical model, direct reaction mechanism. Part-5 covers different aspects of nuclear excitations and decays through -, -, -decay, and photo-disintegration of the n-p system.