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Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Computing
Requirements for a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Engineering/Liberal Arts
Core Requirements (50 credits)History - 6 creditsPhilosophy I - 3 creditsPhilosophy - 3 creditsLanguage and Rhetoric - 3 creditsEnglish + - 3 creditsFirst Theology - 3 creditsReligious Studies - 3 creditsForeign Language - 6 creditsSocial Studies - 3 creditsEconomics - 3 creditsNatural Sciences* - 8 creditsFine Arts - 3 creditsMathematics*++ - 3 credits
*Major requirements will fulfill the Natural Sciences and Mathematics requirement.+Students transferring to Pennsylvania State University must take Technical Writing (EL 108). Such students must also take a three credit course in Speech. Students transferring to the University of Pittsburgh must take American Literature I or II (EL 131 or EL 132).++Students transferring to the University of Pittsburgh should also take Probability and Statistics: MA 208.
Major Requirements (57 credits or more)ENGR 100 Introduction to Engineering - 2 creditsMA 111 Calculus I** - 4 creditsMA 112 Calculus II - 4 creditsMA 113 Calculus III - 4 creditsMA 114 Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations - 4 creditsMA 115 Linear Algebra - 3 creditsMA 203 Complex Variables - 3 creditsMA 213 Seminar for Engineers - 1 creditMA 221 Engineering Graphics and Design - 3 creditsMA 223 Mechanics: Statics - 3 creditsMA 224 Mechanics: Dynamics - 3 creditsPH 111-112* General Physics I, II - 6 creditsPH 113-114 General Physics Laboratory I, II - 2 creditsPH 211 Modern Physics - 3 creditsPH 213 Modern Physics Laboratory - 1 creditCH 101, 103# General Chemistry I and Laboratory - 4 creditsCH 102, 104 General Chemistry II and Laboratory - 4 creditsCS 270+ Introduction to Numerical Computation - 3 credits
*General Physics I with Laboratory fulfills a Core Curriculum requirement.#General Chemistry I with laboratory also fulfills a Core Curriculum requirement.** Calculus I is a 4 credit course with 3 credits fulfilling the mathematics core.+Students who are planning to transfer to the University of Pittsburgh may take CS 110 instead of CS 270.
Our 3-2 Engineering program lets you earn two degrees in five years - a bachelor of arts in Mathematics from Saint Vincent College and a bachelor of science in the engineering discipline of your choice from one of our partner schools:
*As of Fall of 2013, Aerospace, Biomedical, Chemical, Civil, Industrial, Mechanical, and Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering are not available at Penn State.
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