Foundational Coursework

Engineering Plus students take 46-48 credit hours of Foundational Coursework. Beginning with the incoming class of Fall 2016, Math and Science Foundational Coursework requires a minimum grade of C in each course.

What makes up Foundational Coursework?

  • Math courses (16 credits) - Completion of three semesters of Calculus (APPM 1350, 1360 and 2350) and Differential Equations (APPM 2360).
  • Science courses (12-14 credits) - Completion of PHYS 1110, 1120 and 1140. Completion of at least 3-4 additional credits of Physics, Chemistry or Biology, chosen from one of the following: PHYS 2130; PHYS 2170; MCEN 1024; CHEM 1113 & 1114; CHEN 1211 & CHEM 1221; CHEM 1251; CHEM 1351; EBIO 1210 & 1220; EBIO 1230 & 1240; MCDB 1150 & 1151; or MCDB 2150 & 2151.
  • H&SS courses (18 credits) - The general bachelor's degree requirements of the College of Engineering and Applied Science require 18 credit hours of social science/humanities/writing electives. Learn more here about the H&SS requirements.