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.

Writing

Course

Course Title

WRT 150

Strategies in Writing

Mathematics

Course

Course Title

MTH 201

Calculus I

MTH 202

Calculus II

MTH 203

Calculus III

MTH 302

Linear Algebra & Differential Equations

STA 220

Engineering Statistics


Science

Course

Course Title

CHM 115

Chemistry I

PHY 230

Physics I

PHY 231 or PHY 234

Physics II or Engineering Physics


Engineering

Course

Course Title

EGR 100

Introduction to Engineering

EGR 111

Introduction to Engineering Graphics

EGR 112

Applied Programming for Engineers

EGR 113

Introduction to CAD/CAM

EGR 185

First-Year Engineering Design

EGR 214

Circuit Analysis I

EGR 220

Measurement & Data Analysis

EGR 226

Microcontroller Programming and Applications

EGR 289

Engineering Professionalism


Additional Foundation Courses for Computer Engineering

Course

Course Title

CIS 159

CIS 162

JAVA Programming for Engineers
OR

Computer Science I

CIS 163

Computer Science II

EGR 223

Probability & Signal Analysis

EGR 224

Introduction to Digital System Design


Additional Foundation Courses for Mechanical Engineering

Course

Course Title

EGR 209

Mechanics and Machines

EGR 309

Machine Design I

EGR 312

Dynamics


Additional Foundation Courses for Electrical Engineering

Course

Course Title

EGR 223

Probability & Signal Analysis

EGR 224

Introduction to Digital System Design

EGR 257

Electronic Materials & Devices


Additional Foundation Courses for Product Design & Manufacturing Engineering

Course

Course Title

EGR 209

Mechanics and Machines

EGR 250

Materials Science and Engineering

EGR 309

Machine Design I 


Additional Foundation Courses for Biomedical Engineering

Students in Biomedical Engineering with Electrical emphasis must complete the foundation courses for Electrical Engineering, with Mechanical emphasis must complete the foundation courses for Mechanical Engineering, and with PDM emphasis must complete the foundation courses for Product Design and Manufacturing Engineering.


Additional Foundation Courses for Interdisciplinary Engineering

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.

Course

Course Title

EGR 209

Mechanics and Machines

EGR 250 or EGR 257

Materials Science and Engineering or Electronic Materials and Devices

EGR 223 or EGR 309

Probability and Signal Analysis or Machine Design I