Engineering

 

FIRST SEMESTER (Fall)

CHM

111

College Chemistry I

4

ENG

111

College Composition I

3

EGR

120

Introduction to Engineering

2

MTH

175

Calculus of One Variable I

3

MTH

177

Introductory Linear Algebra

2

STD 100 College Success Skills

1

____ ____ Humanities Elective 3
18


SECOND SEMESTER (Spring)

CHM 112 College Chemistry II 4

ENG

112

College Composition II

3

EGR

115

Engineering Graphics (With AutoCad)

2

EGR

126

Computer Programming for Engineers (C++)

3

MTH

176

Calculus of One Variable II

3

MTH

178

Topics in Analytic Geometry

2

17

THIRD SEMESTER (Fall)

EGR

140

Engineering Mechanics - Statics

3

HIS

121

U.S. History I

3

MTH

277

Vector Calculus

4

PHY

231

University Physics I

5

_____

_____

Humanities Elective1

3

_____

_____

Social Science Elective2

3

18

FOURTH SEMESTER (Spring)

MTH

279

Differential Equations

4

PHY 232 University Physics II 5

SPD

100

Principles of Public Speaking

3

_____

_____

Social Science Elective2

3

_____

_____

Health or Physical Education

2

17

*EGR

245

Engineering Mechanics - Dynamics  (3 cr.) OR

*EGR 246 Mechanics of Materials (3 cr.) OR
*EGR 248 Thermodynamics for Engineering (3 cr.)

Total Minimum Credits
70

1 Humanities electives include the following: ART 100, ENG 241-242, ENG 243-244, ENG 251-252, MUS 121-122, REL 230.

Students should consult the requirements of the specific program at the transfer institution.  Only six semester hours of social/behavioral sciences are required for engineering majors who plan to transfer to a baccalaureate degree engineering program that requires 6 or fewer hours in the category, provided that the college/university publishes such requirements in its transfer guide.

The articulation agreement with Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University supports admission to the College of Engineering for all students who graduate from this program with a 3.0 GPA or higher.

* These courses are not required for the AA&S degree; however, completion may be desirable for transfer as a junior in Engineering.  Students should consult requirements of the specific program at the transfer institution.