Program Advisor: Gary Bradway 413-236-4624
Engineers are typically thought of as problem-solving, technically skilled people. However, they also need to be creative, imaginative, and aware of social needs and problems. The well rounded education provided by this program cultivates self-knowledge and leads to the specialized fields of professional engineering.
This engineering degree program follows the first two years at most institutions offering a baccalaureate degree in engineering, so that students who complete the program can successfully transfer to colleges like R.P.I., UMass, Clarkson, and Worcester Polytech.
To earn a degree in this program, a student must complete the 66 program and general education credits, plus the additional requirements shown below:
|CHM 101||Introductory Chemistry I||4|
|CHM 102||Introductory Chemistry II||4|
|ENM 152||Engineering Calculus II||3|
|ENM 251||Engineering Calculus III||3|
|ENM 252||Engineering Calculus IV||3|
|ENT 162||Engineering Physics II||3|
|ENT 261||Engineering Physics III||4|
|ENT 262||Engineering Physics IV||4|
|MAT 253||Linear Algebra||3|
|MAT 254||Differential Equations||3|
|Scientific Computer Programming (See Footnote1)||4|
|Technical Electives (See Footnote3)||6|
|ENM 151||Engineering Calculus I||3|
|ENT 161||Engineering Physics I||4|
|General Education Electives (See Footnote 2)||6|
|Core Competencies Portfolio||6 Items|
|Minimum Cumulative Averages|
|Area of Specialization:||(All Program Requirements and ENM 151)||2.000|
1. Four or more credits from the ENT Scientific Computer Programming courses, ENT 185 or CIS 124.
2. General Education Electives chosen from the following: History, Humanities and Fine arts, Behavioral and Social Science, Environmental Studies.
3. Technical Electives for Chemical Engineering: CHM 201/202 or equivalent; for Electrical Engineering:ENT 203/204 o, ENT 233/234, or equivalent; for Mechanical Engineering: ENT 212/213, ENT 214 or equivalent.