Undergraduate engineering students may qualify for a Bachelor of Science degree by successfully completing all of the courses required for their engineering major as well as a series of electives. All engineering students have a common first semester consisting of the following courses:
*ACS (Augustine and Culture Seminar) is a requirement for the first year and may be taken in any sequence.
The core interdisciplinary course described below is the highlight of the College of Engineering’s freshman program:
EGR 1200 - Engineering Interdisciplinary Project
During the first half of the fall semester, EGR 1200 will introduce you to engineering analysis, design and research using an active-learning, problem-based approach. During the second half of the fall semester, you will select one interdisciplinary engineering project on which you will be mentored by teaching and research faculty in whose fields these projects are based. Specific projects include: