The Curriculum for the B.S. in Engineering
Note that the University's Quantitative and Data Literacy (QD), Natural Sciences (both N1 and N2), and Mathematics (MA) requirements are built into the BS Engineering curriculum. Minimum of 128 credits required.
|UNIVERSITY & BSE GENERAL EDUCATION AND FREE REQUIREMENTS (30 CREDITS) 1|
|University WIL1: Writing & Information Literacy Tier 1||3|
|University WIL2: Writing & Information Literacy Tier 2||3|
|University D1: Diversity 1||3|
|University D1/D2: Diversity 1 or Diversity 2||3|
|University AH1/AH2/AH3: Arts and Humanities||6|
|University S1: Social Sciences||6|
|Free Electives 2||6|
|MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS REQUIREMENTS (21 CREDITS)|
|MATH 1234||Calculus I||4|
|MATH 1248||Calculus II||4|
|MATH 2248||Calculus III||4|
|MATH 2544||Linear Algebra||3|
|MATH 3201||Adv Engineering Mathematics||3|
|STAT 2430||Statistics for Engineering||3|
|or STAT 2510||Applied Probability|
|COMPUTING & SCIENCE REQUIREMENTS (14 CREDITS)|
|CS 1210||Computer Programming I||3|
|CHEM 1400||General Chemistry 1||4|
|PHYS 1500||Physics for Engineers I||4|
|PHYS 1550||Physics for Engineers II||3|
|ENGINEERING SCIENCE CORE REQUIREMENTS (13 CREDITS)|
|CEMS 1500||CEMS First Year Seminar 3||1|
|EE 2125||Circuits I||4|
|or EE 2175||Electrical Circuits & Sensors|
|or EE 2145||Electrical Engr Concepts|
|ENGR 1020||Graphical Communication||2|
|ENGINEERING SCIENCE ELECTIVES (30 CREDITS) 4|
|ENGINEERING DESIGN REQUIREMENTS (8 CREDITS)|
|BME 1600||BME Design 0 3||2|
|or CEE 1000||Intro to Civil & Envir Engr|
|or EE 1100||EE Principles and Design|
|or ME 1010||First-Year Design Experience|
|BME 4600||Capstone Design I 5||3|
|or CEE 2130||System Focused Design Engr|
|or EE 4100||Capstone Design I|
|or ME 4010||Capstone Design I|
|BME 4650||BME Capstone Design II 5||3|
|or CEE 4950||Capstone Design|
|or EE 4200||Capstone Design II|
|or ME 4020||Capstone Design II|
|TECHNICAL ELECTIVES (12 CREDITS) 6|
|RECOMMENDED/OPTIONAL COURSES (2 CREDITS)|
|PHYS 1510||Physics Problem Solving I||1|
|PHYS 1560||Physics Problem Solving II||1|
University General Education Requirements include: 3 credits of Writing & Information Literacy (WIL1). Students must take ENGL 1001 or HCOL 1000 (only for students enrolled in the Honors College) to satisfy this requirement.
A single course can satisfy multiple requirements in this category.
Free Electives: Students may use free elective credits to pursue coursework germane to their interests, including Professional Development Electives. Students are encouraged to work with their advisor(s) to select courses that complement their curricula and support their academic and career goals. Students should select one course that meets the University Sustainability Requirement (SU) if they have not taken an SU engineering course. Students should also select a course to satisfy the University Global Citizenship (GC) Requirement if they have not taken a GC engineering course.
First Year Curriculum: These degree requirements are designed for first-year students. Internal and external transfer students may substitute additional 2000-level or higher engineering (BME, CEE, EE, ENGR, ME, EMGT) credits for this requirement.
Engineering Science Electives: All BME, CEE, EE, ENGR, ME and EMGT courses (except ENGR 1100). Must have a minimum of 9 credits at the 3000-level.
Capstone Design I and II courses must have the same course prefix.
Technical Electives: Any 2000-level or higher course in CEMS or BSAD; natural sciences courses with advisor approval. BSE students may not double count BSAD courses as both Tech Electives and General Education.