Sixty-five (65) credits, which must include a shared interdisciplinary core and concentration (such as Engineering, Environmental Physics, or Biomedical Physics) as listed below:
Core (45-48 credits):
- EGR-130 and 330.
- PHY-121 and 122.
- Either PHY-212 or EGR-250.
- MTH-121, 122, 210, and 211.
- CSC-120 or another approved course involving programming.
- EGR-385 (1 to 4 credits): At least 200 hours of service learning, research, or internship in engineering or related area.
- EGR-430 Engineering Science Capstone Project.
Concentration (20 credits, must be approved by the department):
- Eight credits of PHY courses numbered 300 and above (some require PHY-221).
- Twelve credits of additional upper-level engineering courses (often transferred), or of other upper-level natural science courses (not in PHY, EGR, or MTH).