Engineering

Suggested Plan for a four-year, 8-semester course of study

Fall Semester, First Year

CHEM 1301 Chemical Principles I 3    S*
CHEM 1101 Chemistry Lab I 1    S
MATH 2312 Calculus I 3    S
ENGL 1311 Composition I 3
ENGR 1201 Intro. to Engineering 2    E*
ENGR 1310 Engineering Graphics 3    E
      15 hours

Spring Semester, First Year

CHEM 1302 Chemical Principles II 3    S
CHEM 1102 Chemistry Lab II 1    S
MATH 2313 Calculus II 3    S
CIS 2325 Personal Productivity 3    S
ENGL 1312 Composition II 3
DWHP 1200 Dimen of Wellness 2
ENGR 1202 Engineering Design 2    E
      17 hours

Fall Semester, Second Year

CIS 23XX CIS course 3    S
PHYS 2305 Physics I 3    S
PHYS 2105 Physics Lab I 1    S
Lang 13xx Second Language 3
ECON 2301 Macroeconomics 3   M*
ACCT 2311 Prin. of Accounting 3   M
      16 hours

Spring Semester, Second Year

MATH 2314 Differential Equations 3    S
PHYS 2306 Physics II 3    S
PHYS 2106 Physics Lab II 1    S
Lang 13xx Second Language 3
ECON 2302 Microeconomics 3   M
CIS 33XX CIS course 3   E
      16 hours

Fall Semester, Third Year

ENGL 2310 World Lit Studies 3
RELS 1xxx Religious Studies 3
HIST 13xx History 3
BMGT 3340 Mngmt Theory&Pract 3 M
BLAW 3317 Business  Law 3 M
ENGR 3350 Statics and Dynamics 3 E
      18 hours

Spring Semester, Third Year

BMGT 3354 Human Resource Mng 3   M
BMDS 3370 Analys&Deci Makg I 3   M
ENGR 3455 Strength  of Materials 4   E
ENGR 3460 Electronic Circuitry 4   E
PEHP 11xx Phys Ed elective 1
      15 hours

Fall Semester, Fourth Year

PHIL 1381 Introduction to Phil 3
BMDS 3371 Analys&Deci Makg II 3 M
BFIN 3321 Prin of Financial Mng 3 M
ENGR 4399 Special Topics in Engineering 3 E
ENGR 4470 Fluid Mechanics 4 E
      16 hours

Spring Semester, Fourth Year

  33xx Phil or Rel Studies 3
Arts 23xx Fine Arts 3
BMDS 3372 Analys&Deci Makg III 3 M
ENGR 4490 Senior Project 4 E
ENGR 4375 Thermodynamics 3 E
      16 hours

Total –130 hours

This is a suggested outline for graduation in eight semesters.  If a student was required to take College Algebra, Precalculus, or Computer Competency, this schedule would be expanded accordingly.  Many students will want to take some of these classes in the summer or add an additional fall and/or spring semester.  

*S- Engineering Support Courses—31 hrs; E- Engineering Courses—36 hrs; M-Management Courses—30 hrs


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