The following courses may be beneficial to future studies in engineering and engineering careers. These courses should be considered as electives to supplement the required course list in consultation with a student’s major advisor and engineering coordinators.

For further information, contact Professor Jean Quashnock or Professor Haley Yaple.

Suggested courses

MATHEMATICS

  • MTH 2040 Linear Algebra
  • MTH/PHY 3470 Mathematics for Scientists and Engineers
  • MTH 1050 Introduction to Statistics or MTH 3050 Theory of Statistics

PROGRAMMING, DATA, AND COMPUTATION

  • PHY 3450 Data Analysis for Scientists & Engineers
  • PHY 3170 Introduction to Computational Physics
  • MTH 2090 Mathematical Computing
  • CSC 1030 Data Science I

ENGINEERING SCIENCE

  • EGR 1100 Introduction to Engineering Design
  • EGR 1700 Engineering Project Experience

BUSINESS/FINANCE

  • ACC 2010 Financial Accounting
  • ECN 1010 Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECN 1020 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECN 1030 Issues in Economics
  • MGT 3100 Introduction to Business Analytics
  • MGT 3120 Principles of Management
  • MGT 3600 Legal Environment of Business

ART AND COMMUNICATIONS

  • CDM 1200 Public Speaking
  • CDM 1300 Visual Communication
  • CDM 2000 Graphic Design I
  • THR 1110 Introduction to Acting
  • ART 1030 Exploring Studio Art
  • ART 1071 FOUNDATIONS, MATERIAL: Objects + Spaces
  • ART 2000 Drawing I