School of Engineering

Undergraduate Programs (BSE)

 

The School of Engineering offers a four-year program leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Engineering (B.S.E.). Students must elect a computer, interdisciplinary, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, or product design and manufacturing engineering major. During the first two years students take courses fundamental to engineering in preparation for admission to their major and cooperative education experience in industry. Integrated cooperative engineering education allows students the opportunity to gain industrial experience before graduation. During the last two years of the program students alternate periods of cooperative education in industry with academic study. The interdisciplinary engineering program allows students to tailor their engineering education in preparation for careers in emerging fields. All engineering major programs are capped by a multidisciplinary two-semester senior design project requiring initiative, planning, and design. Throughout the program, computers are used to develop and support the analytical and design skills required of engineers.

Description of BSE Programs

 

Common Requirements (first two years)

 

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BSE Course Descriptions

 

Admission to Major Standing

Articulated BSE/MSE Program

 

 

 

Engineering Minor Programs

 

Sample Curriculum for BSE

 

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