Student Learning Outcomes
- Students will be able to prepare a cover letter and resume specific to applying for an internship position.
- Engineering 1 students will be able to design an appropriate educational plan for their time at Mt SAC, in preparation for transfer.
- Students will be able to use of various formulas for computing the solidification time of a simple casting.
- Students will be able to identify regions and lines on a Eutectic Phase Diagram.
- Students will be able to draw a spiral with instruments.
- Students will be able to draw three orthographic views of a given object.
- Students will be able to obtain the development length of a blank to produce a part with given dimensions.
- Students will be able to draw a cam displacement diagram from the given specifications.
- Engineering 40 students will be able to analyze a typical truss to determine the force in a truss member.
- Students will be able to draw a free body diagram for a multiforce member and determine reactions.
- Dynamics students will be able to solve a differential problem
- Dynamics students will be able to solve a relative motion problem
- Given loading diagram for a beam. Students will prepare a bending moment diagram to identify the maximum and minimum values of bending moment on the beam.
- Students will be able to determine the axial force in the components of a composite structure.
- Students will analyze and demonstrate understanding of the electrical behavior of second order DC circuits.
- Students will be able to analyze and construct a basic non-inverting amplifier.
- Students can identify the particular heat transfer mechanisms at play in the design of a solar water heating collector.
- Students can explain the science behind global warming, and can explain the relationship between the use of fossil fuels and climate change.
- Students will be able to identify the difference between and atom, molecule, and compound.
- Students will be able to use Newton's laws to find the acceleration of an object.
- Students will be able to write a balanced chemical equation for a double replacement reaction.
- Students will be able to identify which metal has the greatest specific heat capacity.
- Students will be able to construct and describe series and parallel circuits.
- Students will be able to use physics principles to explain how a loudspeaker converts an alternating electrical input into sound
- Physics 1 students will be able to make measurements with optical instruments.
- Students will be able to measure the acceleration of a falling body.
- Physics 2AG students will be able to draw a correct rigid body diagram for a typical rigid body problem.
- Physics 2BG students will be able to demonstrate the meaning of index of refraction and apply Snell's law of refraction to a problem
- Physics 2BG students will be able to use electronic equipment to determine the resistance of a resistor.
- Students can design an experiment to find the rotational inertia of an object.
- Physics 4A students will be able to calculate the moment of inertia of a typical continuous body.
- Physics 4B students will be able to analyze a circuit using Kirchhoff's Rules.
- Students can use an Oscilloscope to measure the effect of frequency on the impedance of an RC circuit.
- Physics 4B students will be able to make electrical measurements.
- Students will use a laser and single and/or double slit system or diffraction grating and design and execute an experiment to determine the wavelength of a light source.
- Students will analyze the hydrogen atom and demonstrate the connection between observed spectral lines and the energy levels in the hydrogen atom.
- Students will be able to identify the correct contour line.
- Surveying students will demonstrate proper use of the leveling equipment.
- Students will be able to compute the required volume.
- Students will be able to find the length of a vertical curve.