Degree information and suggested academic plan
To learn about degree program options, program requirements, learning outcomes, career paths, and suggested academic plan (SAP) for Corporate Communication, visit the Undergraduate Bulletin:
The educational objectives of the Engineering program are designed to prepare graduates who, during the first few years of professional practice, will:
- Be employed in public or private sectors in fields such as design, research and development, experimentation and testing, manufacturing, and technical sales.
- Demonstrate a level of competence and expertise that may lead to an increasing level of responsibility and leadership within their respective organizations.
- Communicate effectively and work collaboratively in multidisciplinary and multicultural work environments.
- Recognize and grow an appreciation of the global, environmental, social, and ethical contexts of their work.
- Be committed to lifelong learning to enhance their careers and provide flexibility in responding to changing social and technical environments, which will enable graduates to pursue advanced degrees or certificate programs.
The proposed engineering curriculum is comprised of five different categories of courses:
- General Education
- Basic Mathematics and Science
- Engineering Fundamentals
- Design Component
- Track Courses/Professional Focus