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