School of Engineering

Engineering Foundation Courses

The following courses must be completed with a satisfactory grade ('C' or better) prior to gaining secondary admission to the School of Engineering, and beginning the first co-op semester.

General Engineering Foundation Courses:

Mathematics:

  • MTH 201: Calculus I
  • MTH 202: Calculus II
  • MTH 203: Calculus III
  • MTH 302: Linear Algebra & Differential Equations
  • STA 220: Engineering Statistics

Science:

  • CHM 115: Chemistry I
  • PHY 230: Physics I
  • PHY 234: Engineering Physics (Preferred)
    • Or PHY 231: Physics II

Engineering:

  • EGR 106: Introduction to Engineering Design I
  • EGR 107: Introduction to Engineering Design II
  • EGR 214: Circuit Analysis I
  • EGR 220: Measurement & Data Analysis
  • EGR 226: Introduction to Digital Systems
  • EGR 289: Engineering Co-op Preparation  

For Computer Engineering, these are additional Foundation Courses needed:

  • CIS 162: Computer Science I
  • CIS 163: Computer Science II      
  • EGR 223: Probability & Signal Analysis

For Electrical Engineering, these are additional Foundation Courses needed:

  • EGR 209: Mechanics and Machines
  • EGR 223: Probability & Signal Analysis
  • EGR 257: Electronic Materials & Devices

For Mechanical Engineering, these are additional Foundation Courses needed:

  • EGR 209: Mechanics and Machines
  • EGR 309: Machine Design I 
  • EGR 312: Dynamics

For Product Design & Manufacturing Engineering, these are additional Foundation Courses needed:

  • EGR 209: Mechanics and Machines
  • EGR 250: Materials Science and Engineering
  • EGR 309: Machine Design I

For Interdisciplinary Engineering, these are the additional Foundation Courses needed:

  • Interdisciplinary Engineering students are able to complete one group of foundation courses from another major. For example, you may choose to complete the foundation courses for mechanical engineering.

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