Courses highlighted in bold green are Academy Core Courses.
- ENG231: Computer Memory and Personnel Interfaces
- Focuses on computer cores for starships, as well as the interfaces which personnel use to access all ship functions.
- ENG232: Replicators, Transporters and Holodecks
- The design and maintenance of transporters and related systems such as replicators. Students study transporter theory from the earliest invention of the system, through developments such as the elimination of transporter psychosis and the use of active-feed pattern buffers, to experiments such as subspace transport systems and Elway's folded space transport theorem. Students experience suspension inside a transporter pattern buffer, and study a complete transporter system and all its components. The use of transporters in emergency situations, such as high-warp transports and ship-to-ship transports at warp speeds, is also demonstrated and tested through extensive simulations and field exercises.
- ENG233: Sensors, Communications and Helm Systems
- The design and maintenance of transmission and reception systems covering the complete range of available frequencies, from subspace emissions through electromagnetic radiation. Cadets learn communication and sensor protocols, signal traffic management, multiplexing, signal degradation and enhancement, and distribution of sensor time for maximum efficiency.
- ENG234: Deflectors, Weapons and Security Systems
- Introductory course on tactical and security engineering systems for non-engineering majors.
- ENG330: Bio-Neural Components
- Complete course on the expanding field of Bio-Neural circuitry.
- ENG331: Operations and Command Functions
- Advanced course on all systems which organize and regulate command and functional abilities on any given ship.
- ENG332: Life Support Systems
- Advanced course on all systems which regulate ship atmosphere and conditions, including those aboard diplomatic vessels with the capability to support non M-Class style conditions.
- ENG430: Medical Systems and Equipment
- Focuses on medical equipment used by standard Federation vessels.
- ENG431: Shield Systems
- A survey of the design and maintenance of force field generating systems, from starship shields to cascade force fields. Students examine the development of shield technology, the role of graviton manipulation in shield function, and the regeneration of shields under combat conditions.
- ENG432: Weapons Systems
- An extensive survey of starship weapon systems, their design and maintenance. Students study standard Starfleet weapon systems such as phasers and photon and quantum torpedoes. The course also provides information on nonstandard weapon systems such as Romulan and Breen disruptors and Talarian Merculite rockets. The capabilities of each weapon system are analyzed in various simulations, and students are provided opportunities to study the design and maintenance of each system under actual combat conditions at the Academy Firing Range. Students are expected to prepare a thesis comparing the uses of different weapon systems.
- ENG433: Security Systems
- Students study technological systems designed to enhance and provide security, including security force fields, locks and access devices, dampening fields, surveillance equipment, and the maintenance of security devices. Students learn to use security devices in a variety of simulation designed to test their limits. As a final exam, student teams work to design security measures for a situation presented by the instructor, while other students attempt to bypass the security and reach a prearranged goal.
- ENG530: System Design
- A complete discourse on the design behind Starfleet systems, from Weapons systems to Life Support. The engineering and schematic principles behind the systems are explained. Students are ordered to complete a design of a mayor system of their own choosing.
- ENG531: Systems Architecture
- The full course on designing and implementing systems on Starships. The electronic and mechanical design is explained. EPS schematics and other networks onboard ships are explored. Students are ordered to complete a schematic of an EPS circuitry network on a part of a starship.
- ENG532: Systems Dynamics
- The principles behind systems dynamics is explained. This includes courses on Thermodynamics, Energy theory, and network electronics. The EPS circuits are explored again, but with an emphasis on energy flow, temperature, and electrical signalling. The Dynamics of all mayor starship systems are included. Student must complete energy schematics for each of a starship's mayor systems.
- ENG535: Advanced Replicator Theory and Application
- A continuation of ENG232, advanced Replicator theory is explained. This includes courses on Replicator design, engineering principles, reprogramming of Replicators. Advanced applications, including metallurgy, pharmaceutics, and weaponry, are also explained.
- ENG536: Advanced Transporter Techniques, Technology and Theory
- Another continuation of ENG 232, advanced Transporter theory is explored. High-warp transports and ship-to-ship are explained in full. Experimental techniques are explored as well. Foreign transporter systems, such as those of the Klingons, Cardassians, and Romulan, are studied in full, comparing components and techniques to Federation standards.