Registrar’s Office

1007 EGR

32 credits beyond the core, forming an intentional concentration on some area of applied science (such as Environmental or Biomedical Engineering) that must be approved by the department, for a total of 65 credits. These must include:

  1. MTH 210 and 211
  2. PHY 212 or EGR 250
  3. Eight credits of PHY courses at the 300-level or higher (some require PHY-221)
  4. Twelve credits of additional upper-level courses in EGR, CSC, or natural science disciplines other than PHY or MTH.