|Major in Engineering (B.A./B.S. Dual-Degree) 4|
& CHE 113D
|General Chemistry I|
and General Chemistry I Lab
|COS 205||Scientific Computing||3|
|ENR 260||Careers in Engineering and Physics Seminar||1|
& ENR 353
|Computer Methods in Physics and Engineering|
and Computer Methods in Physics and Engineering Lab
|MAT 124M||Calculus 1 3||4|
|MAT 125||Calculus 2||4|
|MAT 223||Multivariable Calculus||3|
|MAT 224||Differential Equations with Linear Algebra||4|
& PHY 292D
|General Physics I|
and General Physics I Lab
& PHY 297
|General Physics II|
and General Physics II Lab
|Choose 12 credits of electives from the following:||12|
|General Chemistry II|
and General Chemistry II Lab 2
|Organic Chemistry I|
and Organic Chemistry I Lab 2
|Organic Chemistry II|
and Organic Chemistry II Lab 2
|Statics and Mechanics of Materials|
|Mathematical Methods in Physics and Engineering|
and Fluid Mechanics Lab
|Electronic Materials and Devices|
and Electronic Materials and Devices Laboratory
|Topics in Physics and Engineering|
and Electronics Lab
and Modern Physics Lab
The additional studies taken at another school of engineering will fulfill the elective requirements for graduation from Bethel. All requirements for an engineering degree at another school of engineering must be complete to receive Bethel degree.
Students may test into this course via successful completion of the Math and Computer Science department placement exam or by completing MAT 123M and the Math and Computer Science department placement exam requirements.
Degree must be completed at another school of engineering.
Courses whose number is followed by a letter fulfill a General Education requirement.
Students may not declare a B.A. in Engineering and a Minor in Engineering.