Engineering (B.S.)

Requirements

1. Engineering and Engineering support courses (36 hours):

ENGR 1201Introduction to Engineering

ENGR 1310Engineering Graphics (CAD 1)

ENGR 1312Engineering Design, CAD II

ENGR 2330Engineering Prob/Statistics

ENGR 2340Comp Prog/Math, Sciences, Engr

ENGR 3340Num Meth/Adv Program Engineers

ENGR 3350Statics

ENGR 3430Engineering Analysis

ENGR 3455Mechanics of Materials

ENGR 3460Circuitry Analysis

ENGR 3462Electronics

ENGR 4375Thermodynamics

ENGR 4470Fluid Mechanics

ENGR 4490Senior Capstone

ECON 2301Principles of Macroeconomics

Plus two additional Upper-Level ENGR electives (6-8 hours), including Special Topics courses and/or Engineering concentration courses not counted in the student's chosen concentration.  ECON 2301, Macroeconomics, satisfies the Core social science requirement.

2. Mathematics and Science courses (32 hours):

CHEM 1301Chemical Principles I

CHEM 1302Chemical Principles II

ENGR 2305Engineering Physics I

ENGR 2105Engineering Physics I Lab

ENGR 2306Engineering Physics II

ENGR 2106Engineering Physics II Lab

MATH 2312Calculus I

MATH 2313Calculus II

MATH 2314Differential Equations

MATH 2322Linear Algebra

3. Completion of a concentration:

Students must select one study concentration from Management, Electrical, Mechanical, and Mechatronics.

A. Management Concentration (15 hours):

ACCT 2311Principles of Accounting I

ECON 2301Principles of Macroeconomics

ECON 2302Principles of Microeconomics

BMGT 3371Management Science

BFIN 3321Principles of Financial Mgmt

B. Electrical Concentration (12-14 hours):

Select four courses from the following list:

ENGR 2463Digital Logic

ENGR 3364Signals and Systems

ENGR 4366Digital Signal Processing

ENGR 4368Introduction/Control Systems

Or an Upper-Level ENGR elective, as approved by the student's academic advisor.

C. Mechanical Concentration (12-14 hours):

Select four courses from the following list:

ENGR 3373Dynamics

ENGR 4353Mechanical Vibrations

ENGR 4354Finite Element Analysis

ENGR 4357Mechanical Design

ENGR 4373Heat Transfer

Or an Upper-Level ENGR elective, as approved by the student's academic advisor.

D. Mechatronics Concentration (12-14 hours):

Student must select four courses--two courses from the Electronics Concentration and two courses from the Mechanical Concentration--as approved by the student's academic advisor.