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    The Engineering Science Program

    The program has the following student outcomes that are designed to prepare graduates to attain the program educational objectives:

    1. an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
    2. an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
    3. an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability
    4. an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams
    5. an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems 
    6. an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility
    7. an ability to communicate effectively
    8. the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context
    9. a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning
    10. a knowledge of contemporary issues
    11. an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

     

     

    • Prepares students for a career in engineering or to pursue an advanced degree in engineering or engineering related discipline 
    • Demonstrate leadership , teaming, and problem solving skills 
    • Prepare graduates for a lifestyle of service and involvement with professional, civil or religious organizations with the goal of contributing to the greater benefit of society 

     

    Requirements for the Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Science
    (See Core Curriculum requirements.)

    Major Requirements (85 credits)
    The student must complete the requirements listed in the following categories:

    Mathematics Requirements (22 credits; 3 meet Core Requirement)
    MA 111 Calculus I - 4 credits
    MA 112 Calculus II - 4 credits
    MA 113 Calculus III - 4 credits
    MA 114 Differential Equations - 4 credits
    MA 115 Linear Algebra - 3 credits
    MA 208 Probability and Statistics - 3 credits

    Chemistry Requirements (8 credits; 8 meet Core Requirement)
    CH 101 General Chemistry I - 3 credits
    CH 103 General Chemistry I Laboratory - 1 credit 
    CH 102 General Chemistry II - 3 credits
    CH 104 General Chemistry II Laboratory - 1 credit

    Physics Requirements (15 credits)
    PH 111 General Physics I - 3 credits
    PH 113 General Physics I Laboratory - 1 credit
    PH 112 General Physics II - 3 credits
    PH 114 General Physics II Laboratory - 1 credit
    PH 215 Thermodynamics - 3 credits
    PH 251 Electrical Circuits and Electronics with Lab - 4 credits

    Engineering Science Requirements (25 Requirements)
    ENGR 100 Introduction to Engineering - 2 credits
    ENGR 115 Introduction to Engineering Computation - 3 credits (New Course)
    or CS 110 C++ Programming I
    ENGR 220 Engineering and Computing Ethics - 3 credits
    ENGR 223 Statics - 3 credits
    ENGR 226 Materials Engineering - 3 credits
    ENGR 240 Engineering Design and Lab - 4 credits (New Course)
    ENGR 425 Engineering Project Management - 3 credits  (New Course)
    ENGR 440/1 Capstone Design Project - 4 credits  (New Course)

    Other Requirements (6 credits; 6 meet Core Requirement)
    EL 108 Technical Writing - 3 credits
    PL 215 Ethics - 3 credits

    Electives / Specialization: (9 credits)
    Select three (3) courses from:
    ES 150 Earth System Science
    ENGR 222 Engineering Graphics and Design (Currently taught as MA 221)
    ENGR 224 Dynamics (Currently taught as MA 224)
    ENGR 325 Advanced Strength of Materials
    CS 111 Computer and Information Science II
    CS 321 Data Communications and Network Security
    CS 330 Computer Architecture and Operating Systems
    CS 355 Software Engineering
    CH 276 Advanced Environmental Chemistry
    CH 321 Special Topics
    PH 211 Modern Physics + Lab
    PH 214 Introduction to Fluids and Thermodynamics
    PH 252 Electromagnetic Fields

     Typical First-Year Schedule Fall Spring 

    Calculus I and II  4 4
    General Chemistry I and II  3 3
    General Chemistry Laboratory I and II  1 1
    Introduction to Engineering  2  
    Introduction to Engineering Computation*    3
    Language and Rhetoric  3  
    First Theology    3
    First Year Seminar    1  
         
     * or C++ Programming I     
     
    Students should have at least 3 years of academic high school math and science courses.