Degrees & Requirements

  • Engineering Science (B.S.)

    Required Core Engineering Courses

    ENGR 110 Intro to Engineering Science I (4)
    ENGR 120 Intro to Engineering Science II (4)
    ENGR 210 LabView for Engineers or ENGR 211 CAD for Engineers (1)
    ENGR 310 Fundamentals of Engineering Project Management (3)
    ENGR 320 Materials Science (4)
    ENGR 321 Engineering Mechanics (3)
    ENGR 361 Electronics Instrumentation (4)
    ENGR 430 Engineering Thermodynamics (4)
    ENGR 498-499 Capstone Engineering Project sequence (design course + project) (1+3)
    ENGR 470 Internship (1-3)

    Two Engineering Electives (6-8)

    ENGR 420 Mechanical Properties of Materials 
    ENGR 340 Materials Chemistry 
    ENGR 300 Genetic Engineering - Genetics 
    ENGR 440 Genetic Engineering - Molecular Biology 
    ENGR 410 Introduction to Nanotechnology 
    ENGR 330 Controls and Systems  
    ENGR 350 Special Topics in Engineering
    CHEM 422 Instrumental Analysis
    ENVS 200  Environmental Monitoring

    Foundational Courses

    CHEM 111/111L General Chemistry I with lab (4)
    CHEM 112/112L General Chemistry II with lab (4)
    CHEM 312 Physical Chemistry I (3)
    MATH 151 Calculus I (4)
    MATH 152 Calculus II (4)
    MATH 253 Calculus III (4)
    MATH 353 Differential Equations (3)
    PHYS 201 General Physics I (4)
    PHYS 202 General Physics II (4)
    PHYS 355 Mathematical Methods in the Physical Sciences I (4)

    Additional Requirements

    MCOM 262 Science Communication (3)
    PHIL 201 Ethics (3)
    Computer science or programming course (3)
    Two courses connecting engineering to society chosen from:

    GEOG 205 (ENVS 205) Environment and Planning
    GEOG 322 (ENVS 322) Environmental Policy 
    PHIL 224 Environmental Ethics
    SOCI 230 Environmental Sociology
    ECON 313 The Economics of Growth and Development


  • This information is effective using the most recent Academic Catalog for more detailed course descriptions you can view the Academic Catalog here.

    For Current Students, you may check your individual degree requirements using Self-Service. More information in regards to this can be found on the Registrar’s page.

*Engineering Science courses will be available and listed in the upcoming Fall 2020 Academic Catalog. Contact Danielle Morel dmorel@ehc.edu for more detailed course information*