Programs of Study in the Department of Engineering

ComB.A. or B.S. in Computer Sciencepsci

Computer Science

Programs - June 27, 2018
B.A. or B.S. in Computer Science Computer science is the study of problem solving with computers. Computer scientists focus primarily on the science of programming and controlling computers to store, communicate, and retrieve information. Our computer science curriculum is unique in its opportunities for hands-on learning with individualized guidance from professors. Nearly all required computer science courses include a lab component in which students gain software development skills through both individual and team projects. Bachelor of Arts (B.A.): prepares you for…

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Computer Coding

Computer Science Minor

Programs - October 5, 2021
Computer Science Minor A minor in Computer Science provides a gateway into the world of solving problems with computers. The minor starts with the same introductory sequence as the full major programs, followed by at least one elective in order to develop specialized knowledge. As computers have become an integral part of so many fields, a basic understanding of Computer Science can complement virtually any major. Students studying Mathematics, Engineering, or any other science often pursue a minor in Computer…

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MechengB.S. in Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical engineering is based on fundamental engineering science principles and focuses on the design of mechanical systems, machines, and consumer products. This design process often involves understanding how heat transfer, fluid flow and thermodynamics are involved and understanding how to meet or exceed the performance specifications for a particular design. Course Catalog > Programs in Engineering > Engineering Department > Mechanical Engineering Courses by term: Year Fall Semester Spring Semester Year 1 PHYS 1500 (Physics I)…

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B.S. in Systems Engineering

Systems Engineering

B.S. in Systems Engineering Systems engineering is a combination of mechanical, electrical, and industrial Engineering. Since today's engineering problems don't respect the traditional boundaries of engineering disciplines, it is important to have knowledge in each of these areas to be able to solve engineering problems. In addition, tomorrow's engineers will also have to have knowledge about cultural, economic and social issues to be able to make a technological impact. This combination of a broad technical and liberal arts education will…

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