A Christian College of the Liberal Arts & Sciences

Engineering

BS (35 hours in major; 8-16 in prerequisites; 12 in co-requisites)

This program is for those students interested in the engineering applications of physics and is preparation for an engineering-related career or graduate school in engineering or physics.

PrerequisitesCredots
PHYS 151, 152 General Physics I, II 4, 4
MATH 181, 182 Calculus I, II 4, 4
Total 8 - 16
Co-requisitesCredits
MATH 241 Differential Equations 4
MATH 225 Multivariate Calculus 4
CHEM 151 General Chemistry I or CSCI 211 Programming I 4
Total 12
Required CoursesCredits
PHYS 215 Statics & Engineering Design 4
PHYS 251 Mechanics I 4
PHYS 258 Analog Electronics 4
PHYS 259 Digital Electronics 4
PHYS 212 Modern Physics 2
PHYS 275/276 Experimental Physics Lab 1. 1
PHYS 353 Electricity and Magnetism I 4
PHYS 355 Thermal Physics 4
PHYS 471, 472 Physics Project Lab 1, 1
PHYS 482 Senior Capstone: Physics Seminar 1
One advanced theory course selected from the following: 4
PHYS 352 Mechanics II 4
PHYS 354 Electricity and Magnetism II 4
 PHYS 356 Quantum Mechanics 4
 Total 35
Additional Recommended Supporting CoursesCredits
PHYS 260 Optics 4
CHEM 152 General Chemistry II 4
ECON 210 Microeconomics 2
BADM 303 Entrepreneurship 2

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