B.S. in Engineering

Worldwide Embry-Riddle Bachelor of Science in Engineering

The Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSE) degree is designed from a multidisciplinary perspective with subject matter from mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, aeronautical, and systems engineering. The educational focus is anticipated to support the growth and innovative development of aerospace technologies and systems and address current industry challenges. The program educational outcome is to graduate engineers that can enter into research, development, and design positions, function effectively on multidisciplinary teams, and contribute to the advancement in engineering-related projects upon graduation.

The BSE targets the high-school graduate, in addition to non-traditional and transfer students, to provide knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) correlating to comprehension and application of essential engineering concepts. The curriculum features: 19 hours of mathematics, 10 hours of calculus-based physics, 66 hours of engineering, 6 hours of a senior level design project, and 27 hours of economics, communications, social sciences, and humanities.


General Education

General Education
Embry-Riddle courses in the general education categories of Communication Theory and Skills, Humanities, Social Sciences, Physical and Life Science, Mathematics, and Computer Science may be chosen from this list, assuming prerequisites are met. Courses from other institutions are acceptable if they fall into these broad categories and are at the level specified.
Communication Theory and Skills
ENGL 123English Composition3
ENGL 221Technical Report Writing3
SPCH 219Speech3
MATH 241Calculus and Analytic Geometry I4
MATH 242Calculus and Analytic Geometry II4
Computer Science/Information
ENGR 115Introduction to Computing for Engineers3
Physical and Life Sciences
PHYS 150Physics I for Engineers3
PHYS 160Physics II for Engineers3
Humanities**/Social Sciences
Humanities Lower Level6
Humanities Upper Level3
Social Sciences Lower Level3
Social Sciences Upper Level3
ECON 225Engineering Economics3
Total Credits44


Aeronautical Engineering
AERO 301Aerospace Flight Vehicles3
AERO 350Project Engineering3
Total Credits6
ENGR 101Introduction to Engineering3
ENGR 120Graphical Communications3
ENGR 330Signals & Systems3
ENGR 331Signals & Systems Laboratory1
ENGR 400Fundamentals of Energy Systems3
ENGR 430Control System Analysis and Design3
Total Credits16
Engineering Science
ESCI 201Statics3
ESCI 202Solid Mechanics3
ESCI 204Dynamics3
ESCI 206Fluid Mechanics3
ESCI 305Thermodynamics3
ESCI 320Engineering Materials Science2
ESCI 321Engineering Materials Science Laboratory1
Total Credits18
Computer Engineering
CESC 220Digital Circuit Design3
CESC 222Digital Circuit Design Laboratory1
Total Credits4
Electrical Engineering
ELEC 220Circuits3
ELEC 221Circuits Laboratory1
ELEC 230Electronics3
ELEC 231Electronics Laboratory1
Total Credits8
Physical Science
PHYS 250Physics III for Engineers3
PHYS 253Physics Laboratory for Engineers1
Total Credits4
Mechanical Engineering
MECH 302Introduction to Robotics I3
MECH 302LIntroduction to Robotics Laboratory1
MECH 313Instrumentation and Data Acquisition2
MECH 314Instrumentation and Data Acquisition Laboratory1
MECH 404Mechatronics3
MECH 404LMechatronics Laboratory1
Total Credits11
MATH 243Calculus and Analytic Geometry III4
MATH 345Differential Equations and Matrix Methods4
MATH 412Probability and Statistics3
Total Credits11
ENGR 490Capstone Design Project I3
ENGR 491Capstone Design Project II3
Total Credits6
Total Degree Requirements128

Minnesota student residents refer to State of Minnesota Course Requirement statement for Humanities requirements.