Pre-Engineering Featured Courses
For a list of all courses required for this program, please consult the Catalog.
The following are a sampling of key courses that are a part of the Pre-Engineering program.
Covers basic concepts and principles of dynamics with the application of Newton’s laws of motion to engineering. Covers kinematics, kinetics of...
The most critical course in this program is Calculus I (MATH-180). All mathematics are offered in a sequence starting at Calculus I. If a student cannot reach to this course nor pass it successfully, he/she will not be able to take the rest of 14 credits of mathematics.
This course is a gateway to Pre-Engineering program. In this course, student learn about different types of engineering and 4-year school offerings. In addition, students work in a team environment in order to successfully follow a design process and build a prototype.
Introduces the science of engineering materials. The properties of metals, alloys, polymers, and ceramics are correlated with their internal...
Covers basic concepts and principles of statics including an introduction to the mechanics of materials. Also discusses vector algebra, equilibrium...