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While course credit may transfer from another university, consult with an adviser in your prospective department to determine which courses will count toward your desired engineering degree.


"Chemical Engineering deals with the transformation of organic, inorganic and biological raw materials into useful products. This branch of engineering requires fundamental understanding at the molecular level and the design of processes that results in large-scale production of a variety of products. These processes span petrochemical, pharmaceutical, healthcare, microelectronics, polymers, energy and environmental industries." - ChBE Website

ChBE Curriculum


"Civil engineers design, build, operate, and maintain the structures and infrastructure that allows our modern society to function. These facilities are critically important to our everyday life and include buildings, roads, bridges, safe drinking water systems, storm water and wastewater collection and treatment systems, railroads, seaports, airports, environmental protection systems, dams, flood control works, and many others." - CE Website

CE Curriculum


"Electrical Engineering has ushered in huge advances in civilization, including electrical power, electronics, radios, control systems, and robots. Electrical Engineers deal with all aspects of electricity and electronics, ranging from nationwide power grids down to integrated circuits containing billions of transistors." - EE Website   

"Computer Engineers study both computer software and computer hardware, increasing their versatility and employability." - CpE Website

EE Curriculum     CpE Curriculum


"Mechanical Engineers are versatile problem-solvers. They design and build devices and systems of all sizes –ranging from nanoparticles for delivering drugs and treating disease, to the next generation of space exploration vehicles. Mechanical Engineers are developing new, sustainable sources of energy and inventing safer and more efficient vehicles for land, sea, and air. Mechanical Engineers solve problems to improve peoples’ lives." - ME Website


ME Curriculum