Engineering Science Degree Plan

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Overview

General Education (Bachelor of Science) – 43 hours

MAT 2451 Calculus I or above should be chosen for the mathematics requirement 

CHE 1479 should be chosen for the lab science requirement 

HIS 1310 or HIS 1320 should be chosen for the History requirement 

Additional Degree Requirements – 14 hours

Major – Engineering Science – 68-69 hours

Optional Minor – 18-24 hours 

Electives (with optional minor) – 0 hours 

Electives (without optional minor) – 0 hours

Total Hours in Degree Program (without optional minor) – 128-129 hours 

Total Hours in Degree Program (with optional minor) – 146-153 hours

Overview

General Education Requirements – 43 hours

Additional Degree Requirements – 14 hours

PHY 2439 University Physics I (Fall) – 4 hours

MAT 3302 Linear Algebra (Fall) – 3 hours 

MAT 2461 Calculus II (Spring) – 4 hours

Technology Component – 3 hours

CIS 1339 Introduction to Information Technology (Fall, Spring, May, Summer) – 3 hours

Major – Engineering Science – 68-69 hours 

Core STEM Requirements – 12 hours

PHY 2449 University Physics II (Spring) – 4 hours 

MAT 4441 Applied Probability and Statistics (Spring) – 4 hours

MAT 3451 Differential Equations (Spring) – 4 hours 

Additional Miscellaneous Requirements – 3 hours

ENG 3306 Technical Writing (Spring, even years) – 3 hours

Core Engineering Science Course Requirements – 44 hours

ENS 1101 Introduction to Engineering (Fall) – 1 hours 

ENS 1304 Engineering Graphics I (Fall) – 3 hours

ENS 1305 Engineering Graphics II (Spring) – 3 hours

ENS 1379 Engineering Principles and Practice (Spring) – 3 hours

CIS 1359 Programming Logic (Fall, Spring) – 3 hours 

ENS 2301 Statics (Spring) – 3 hours 

ENS 2302 Dynamics (Fall) – 3 hours

ENS 3339 Mechanics of Materials (Fall) – 3 hours 

ENS 2334 Engineering Economic Analysis (Fall, odd years) – 3 hours

ENS 3331 Thermodynamics (Fall) – 3 hours 

ENS 3351 Engineering Ethics (Fall, even years) – 3 hours 

ENS 4109 Engineering Design Project Lab Proposal (Spring) – 1 hours

ENS 4309 Electrical Circuit Theory (Fall) – 3 hours

ENS 4319 Microelectronic Circuits (Spring) – 3 hours 

ENS 4369 Engineering Design Project Lab I (Fall) – 3 hours 

ENS 4379 Engineering Design Project Lab II (Spring) – 3 hours

Directed STEM Elective Requirements – 10-11 hours

Ten to eleven hours chosen from the following (four hours must be ENS)

CHE 1489 General Chemistry II (Spring, Summer) – 4 hours 

CIS 2310 Business Applications in Excel (Fall; Spring, odd years)

CIS 3309 Object Oriented Programming II (Spring, odd years) – 3 hours 

CIS 3319 Project Management (Fall) – 3 hours 

CIS 3329 Visual Programming (Spring, even years) – 3 hours

ENS 2104 STEM Internship (Fall, Spring, Summer) – 1 hour

ENS 2204 STEM Internship (Fall, Spring, Summer) – 2 hours 

ENS 2304 STEM Internship (Fall, Spring, Summer) – 3 hours 

ENS 2399 3-D Engineering Printing (Spring) – 3 hours 

ENS 3104 Special Topics in Engineering Applications (Spring) – 1 hours 

MAT 4371 Numerical Analysis (Fall, odd years) – 3 hours 

ENS 2104, 2204, or 2304 may be repeated but only four hours of engineering. Internship may apply toward the engineering degree requirements. 

Total Credit Hours – 128-129 hours

The Engineering Science degree contains 48 hours of engineering science courses, which includes 22 hours of advanced engineering science courses described above. The degree also includes a minimum of 33 hours of science and mathematics, which includes a minimum of 10 hours of advanced mathematics. 

All prerequisites must carry a grade of “C” or better, and Engineering Science majors must carry a grade of “C” or better in all ENS courses. 

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