Sample 4-Year Program

Note: This selection is based on the year a student started the program. Speak to your advisor if you are unsure which sample 4-year program you should be referencing.

Sample Program Effective Fall 2018
Subject Course No. Credit
First Year, Fall (14 Total Credits)
College Writing I** ENC 1101 3
Calculus with Analytic Geometry 1 MAC 2311 4
General Chemistry I CHM 2045 3
General Chemistry I Lab CHM 2045L 1
Fundamentals of Engineering EGN 1002 3
First Year, Spring (14 Total Credits)
College Writing II** ENC 1102 3
Calculus with Analytic Geometry 2 MAC 2312 4
General Physics I PHY 2048 3
General Physics I Lab PHY 2048L 1
Foundations of Society and Human Behavior****   3
Second Year, Fall (14 Total Credits)
Statics EGN 3311 3
Physics for Engineers 2 PHY 2044 3
General Physics II Lab PHY 2049L 1
Calculus with Analytic Geometry III MAC 2313 4
Engineering Graphics EGN 1111C 3
Second Year, Spring (15 Total Credits)
Engineering Math I MAP 3305 3
Computer Applications in Engineering 1 EGN 2213 3
Engineering Thermodynamics EGN 3343 3
Strength of Materials EGN 3331 3
Foundations of Global Citizenship***   3
Third Year, Fall (15 Total Credits)
Intermediate Strength of Materials EGM 4523C 3
Electro-Mechanical Devices EGM 4045 3
Fluid Mechanics EML 3701 3
Computer Applications in ME 2 EML 4534 3
Foundations of Society and Human Behavior****   3
Third Year, Spring (15 Total Credits)
Heat Transfer EML 4142 3
Dynamics EGN 3321 3
Experimental Methodology EGM 3523C 3
Probability & Statistics for Engineers STA 4032 3
Foundations of Global Citizenship***   3
Third Year, Summer (12 Total Credits)
ME Laboratory EML 4730L 3
Applied Thermal/Fluid Engineering EML 4127 3
EML 4500 Machine Design EML 4500 3
Engineering Materials 1 EGN 3365 3
Fourth Year, Fall (14 Total Credits)
Engineering Design EML 4521C 3
Finite Element Analysis for Engineering Design EGM 4350 3
Fabrication of ME Systems EML 4263C 2
Technical Elective   3
Foundations of Humanities*****   3
Fourth Year, Spring (15 Total Credits)
Design Project EML 4551 3
Dynamic Systems EGN 4432 3
Technical Electives   6
Foundations of Humanities*****   3
TOTAL 128

* This is a sample program of study based on full-time enrollment of between 14 and 15 credit hours per semester. There is no guarantee that a course will be offered in a particular semester.

** Courses that meet the Gordon Rule for Foundations of Written Communication. The following may be substituted for ENC 1102:

  • Cultural Difference in a Global Society ANT 1471
  • Being Cared For NUR 1016

*** Foundations in Global Citizenship (6 credits required)

  • Culture and Society ANT 2410 (3)
  • Educated Citizen in Global Content EDF 2854 (3)
  • World Geography GEA 2000 (3)
  • Introduction to World Politics INR 2002 (3)
  • Introduction to Caribbean & Latin American Studies LAS 2000 (3)
  • Global Perspectives on Language LIN 2607 (3)
  • Global Perspectives on Social Services SOW 1005 (3)
  • Global Society SYP 2450 (3)
  • History of Civilization I WOH 2012 (3)
  • History of Civilization II WOH 2022 (3)

**** Foundations of Society and Human Behavior (6 credits required, one course from Group A and a second course from Group A or B):

Group A:

  • United States History Since 1877 AMH 2020 (3)
  • Introduction to Anthropology ANT 2000 (3)
  • Macroeconomic Principles ECO 2013 (3)
  • Government of the U.S. POS 2041 (3)
  • General Psychology PSY 1012 (3)
  • Sociological Perspectives SYG 1000 (3)

Group B:

  • United States History to 1877 AMH 2010 (3)
  • Microeconomic Principles ECO 2023 (3)
  • Contemporary Economic Issues ECO 2002 (3)
  • Disability and Society EEX 2091 (3)
  • Environment and Society EVR 2017 (3)
  • Changing Environment of Soc., Bus., & Government PAD 2258 (3)
  • Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality SYD 2790 (3)
  • Social Problems SYG 2010 (3)
  • Designing the City URP 2051 (3)

***** Foundations of Humanities (6 credits required, one course from Group A and a second course from Group A or B):

Group A:

  • Art Appreciation ARH 2000 (3)
  • History and Appreciation Music MUL 2010 (3)
  • Introduction to Philosophy PHI 2010 (3)
  • Theatre Appreciation THE 2000 (3)

Group B:

  • Culture & Architecture ARC 2208 (3)
  • Appreciation of Dance DAN 2100 (3)
  • Film Appreciation FIL 2000 (3)
  • Introduction to World Literature LIT 2100 (3)
  • Interpretation of Fiction LIT 2010 (3) (GR)
  • Interpretation of Poetry LIT 2030 (3) (GR)
  • Interpretation of Drama LIT 2040 (3) (GR)
  • Interpretation of Creative Nonfiction LIT 2070 (3)