~Program updated effective January, 1, 2021
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 objective 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.
In addition to meeting the Worldwide Campus admissions requirements, applicants for admission into the BS in Engineering and BS in Engineering Technology degree programs must:
- Complete the English and Math Skills Assessments prior to admission to determine academic preparedness for entry into ENGL 123 English Composition and MATH 241 Calculus I.
- Current high school students and recent graduates under the age of 20 must meet established admissions requirements and demonstrate a 3.0 high school CGPA, with coursework that reflects 4 years of college preparatory mathematics and 2 years of college preparatory science, including a laboratory science.
- Transfer applicants must meet established admissions requirements and demonstrate a 2.5 cumulative grade point average (CGPA); transfer credit deemed equivalent to demonstrate academic preparedness for immediate entry into ENGL 123 English Composition and MATH 241 Calculus I, will be considered for admission into the program. Skills Assessment scores will be used for advising purposes if English and Math transfer credit demonstrates academic preparedness for admission into the program.
Students who fail to satisfy the guidelines for full admission may be considered for conditional admission under circumstances determined by the Admissions Office OR may be considered for admission into an alternate program. A written petition for admission, current resume and other supporting documentation may be requested for consideration of admission. Exceptions will be reviewed on a case by case basis.
Current Worldwide students requesting a change of program to the BS in Engineering or BS in Engineering Technology degree programs must demonstrate successful completion of the first year of the suggested plan of study in the AS in Engineering Fundamentals degree plan with a 2.5 GPA. Students may then work with their campus advisor to determine eligibility to add or change to the BS in Engineering or BS in Engineering Technology degree programs. Exceptions will be reviewed on a case by case basis.
1. Senior status is defined as having completed all Freshmen, Sophomore, and Junior year courses of the BSE program as published in the Suggested Plan of Study.
2. All courses must be completed prior to enrolling in ENGR 490 with the exception of those identified in Terms 3 and 4 of the Senior year as published in the BSE Suggested Plan of Study.
|AERO 309||Aerodynamic Performance of Flight Vehicles||3|
|ENGR 350||Project Management for Engineered Systems||3|
|CESC 220||Digital Circuit Design||3|
|CESC 222||Digital Circuit Design Laboratory||1|
|MATH 243||Calculus and Analytical Geometry III||4|
|MATH 345||Differential Equations and Matrix Methods||4|
|STAT 412||Probability and Statistics||3|
|ENGR 490||Capstone Design Project I||3|
|ENGR 491||Capstone Design Project II||3|
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