Bachelor of Science with Diploma in Engineering (3 years)

Program overview

NEW OPTION! This program is starting in the fall of 2024! Students will be able to acquire their Engineering Diploma over 3 years and have a focused area of study in one of the concentrations seen below. This program allows students to take five 3-credit courses per term instead of the usual six as is required in the two-year program.

The typical pattern below can be altered according to a student’s needs and planned program. Consult Academic Advising and/or the Chair of Engineering to assist with course selection.

First Year (30 credits)
Fall Term Winter Term
CHEM 121 Principles of Chemistry I CHEM 122 – Principles of Chemistry II
ENGR 121 – Calculus I for Engineers ENGR 122 – Calculus II for Engineers
ENGR 128 – Engineering Design and Graphics ENGR 132 – Technical Communications
ENGR 147 – Computer Programming ENGR 136 – Statics
PHYS 121 – Physics for the Physical Sciences & Engineering I PHYS 122 – Physics for the Physical Sciences & Engineering II
Second Year (30 credits)
Fall Term Winter Term
Writing Course (Or one 6-credit, full-year course) Writing Course (or continuation of 6-credit, full-year course
ENGR 223 – Linear Algebra for Engineers ENGR 222 – Calculus III for Engineers
ENGR 221 – Differential Equations for Engineers ENGR 224 – Probability and Statistics for Engineers
ENGR 237 – Basic Electric Circuits Theory OPEN Elective
SCIENCE Elective OPEN Elective
Third Year (30 credits)
Fall Term Winter Term
ENGR 211 – Thermo-Fluids I ENGR 232 – Engineering Design and Communications II
ENGR 242 – Engineering Economics Discipline-specific course
SCIENCE Elective – 200-level or above Discipline-specific course
SCIENCE Elective – 200-level or above OPEN Elective
Discipline-specific course OR OPEN Elective – Depending on discipline Discipline-specific course OR OPEN Elective – Depending on discipline

Program Worksheet – Printable Version

Students may choose an optional concentration in Earth and Environmental Sciences, Mathematics, or Physics. Each concentration requires a minimum of 12 credits at the 300 or 400 level. Contact Academic Advising and/or the department chair of the concentration discipline for specific requirements.