The pre-engineering curriculum is for students planning to transfer to and accredited engineering program. Since engineering curricula differ for the different divisions of engineering, the general curriculum listed below serves only as a guide. A student planning to transfer into a particular type of engineering should look for the appropriate program guide on the Pre-engineering web site and consult with his or her advisor.
|COMM 111A Intro to Public Speaking||-||3|
|ECNS 201S or 202S (ECON 111S or 112S) Principles of Micro/Macroeconomics||3||-|
|WRIT 101 (ENEX 101) Composition||-||3|
|M 171, 172 (MATH 152-153) Calculus I, II||4||4|
|PHSX 215N-216N-217N-218N (PHYS 211N-212N-213N-214N) Fundamentals of Physics w/Calculus I, II & Lab||5||5|
|EGEN 101 (PHYS 175) Intro to Engineering||3||-|
|CHMY 141N-143N (CHEM 161N-162N) College Chemistry I & II||5||5|
|M 273 (MATH 251) Multivariable Calculus||-||4|
|M 311 (MATH 311) Ordinary Differential Equations/Systems||3||-|
|PHSX 291 (PHYS 295) Engineering Statics||3||-|
|PHSX 322 (PHYS 321) Electronics for Scientists||3||-|
|PHSX 301 (PHYS 301) Introduction to Theoretical Physics||-||3|
U=for undergraduate credit only, UG=for undergraduate or graduate credit, G=for graduate credit. R after the credit indicates the course may be repeated for credit to the maximum indicated after the R. Credits beyond this maximum do not count toward a degree.
General Engineering (EGEN)
U 101 (PHYS 175) Introduction to Engineering 3 cr. Offered autumn. Prereq. or coreq., M 151 (MATH 121) or equivalent. An introduction to engineering calculations, problem solving, and design. Students are taught to solve and present engineering problems on computers using spreadsheet and graphic software (AutoCAD). In addition, there will be discussions on engineering failures and engineering ethics.