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Engineering Physics With
A Concentration in Mechanical Engineering

Sample Curriculum

Fall
 
Spring
 
YEAR 1 cr   cr
Composition II (ENGL 1102) 3 Intro to Art History (ARHI 1100) 3
Philosophy of Human Nature (PHIL 1000) 3 Undrstnd Hist Changes: Mod Eur (HIST 1000) 3
Faith and Critical Reason (THEO 1000) 3 Anthropology Focus (ANTH 1050) 3
Introductory Physics I (PHYS 1601) 4 Introductory Physics II (PHYS 1602) 4
Physics I Lab (PHYS 1511) 1 Physics II Lab (PHYS 1512) 1
Calculus I (MATH 1206) 4 Calculus II (MATH 1207) 4
Credits: 18 Credits: 18
       
YEAR 2      
Texts & Contexts (ENGL 2000) 3 Classic Buddhist Texts (THEO 3724) 3
Philosophical Ethics (PHIL 3000) 3 Contemporary China (HIST 3915) 4
Intro to Modern Physics (PHYS 2305) 4 Theoretical Mechanics (PHYS 2001) 4
General Chemistry I (CHEM 1321) 4 General Chemistry II (CHEM 1322) 4
General Chemistry Lab I (CHEM 1331) 2 General Chemistry Lab II (CHEM 1332) 2
Multivariable Calculus I (MATH 2004) 4 Multivariable Calculus II (MATH 2005) 4
Credits: 20 Credits: 20
       
YEAR 3      
New World Archaeology (ANTH 3111) 4 Engineering Experimentation (PHYS 3012) 3
Eng. Statics & Dynamics (PHYS 2101) 4 Thermo/Statistical Physics (PHYS 3401) 4
Electricity and Magnetism (PHYS 2002) 4 Mechanics of Materials (PHYS 2102) 4
Math Methods in Physics I (PHYS 3101) 4 Intro to Electrical Engineering (PHYS 4010) 4
Credits: 16 Credits: 15
       
YEAR 4      
Engineering Design Elective 4 Machine Dynamics & Mech. Design (PHYS 4025) 4
Fluid Mechanics (PHYS 3201) 4 Fundamentals of Eng. Thermodynamics (PHYS 3205) 4
Modeling, Simulation & Design (PHYS 3555) 4 Senior Values Seminar 4
    Intro to Inventions and Patents (PHYS 2111) 1
Credits: 12 Credits: 13

Courses in Black represent the Core Curriculum. Courses in Red are required for the major.
Courses in Green are some suggested major elective courses for the concentration.


Engineering Physics With
A Concentration in Electrical Engineering

Sample Curriculum

Fall   Spring  
YEAR 1 cr   cr
Composition II (ENGL 1102) 3 Intro to Art History (ARHI 1100) 3
Philosophy of Human Nature (PHIL 1000) 3 Undrstnd Hist Changes: Mod Eur (HIST 1000) 3
Faith and Critical Reason (THEO 1000) 3 Anthropology Focus (ANTH 1050) 3
Introductory Physics I (PHYS 1601) 4 Introductory Physics II (PHYS 1602) 4
Physics I Lab (PHYS 1511) 1 Physics II Lab (PHYS 1512) 1
Calculus I (MATH 1206) 4 Calculus II (MATH 1207) 4
Credits: 18 Credits: 18
       
YEAR 2      
Texts & Contexts (ENGL 2000) 3 Classic Buddhist Texts (THEO 3724) 3
Philosophical Ethics (PHIL 3000) 3 Contemporary China (HIST 3915) 4
Intro to Modern Physics (PHYS 2305) 4 Theoretical Mechanics (PHYS 2001) 4
General Chemistry I (CHEM 1321) 4 General Chemistry II (CHEM 1322) 4
General Chemistry Lab I (CHEM 1331) 2 General Chemistry Lab II (CHEM 1332) 2
Multivariable Calculus I (MATH 2004) 4 Multivariable Calculus II (MATH 2005) 4
Credits: 20 Credits: 20
       
YEAR 3      
New World Archaeology (ANTH 3111) 4 Engineering Experimentation (PHYS 3012) 3
Computer Science I (CISC 1600) 4 Thermo/Statistical Physics (PHYS 3401) 4
Electricity and Magnetism (PHYS 2002) 4 Quantum Mechanics (PHYS 4005) 4
Math Methods in Physics I (PHYS 3101) 4 Intro to Electrical Engineering (PHYS 4010) 4
Credits: 16 Credits: 15
       
YEAR 4      
Undergraduate Research 4 Undergraduate Research 4
Prog. for Math and Science (CISC 2011) 4 Introduction to Robotics (CISC 3060) 4
Probability (MATH 3006) 4 Senior Values Seminar 4
    Intro to Inventions and Patents (PHYS 2111) 1
Credits: 12 Credits: 13

Courses in Black represent the Core Curriculum. Courses in Red are required for the major.
Courses in Green are some suggested major elective courses for the concentration.



Engineering Physics With
A Concentration in Biomedical Engineering

Sample Curriculum

Fall   Spring  
YEAR 1 cr   cr
Composition II (ENGL 1102) 3 Intro to Art History (ARHI 1100) 3
Philosophy of Human Nature (PHIL 1000) 3 Undrstnd Hist Changes: Mod Eur (HIST 1000) 3
Faith and Critical Reason (THEO 1000) 3 Anthropology Focus (ANTH 1050) 3
Introductory Physics I (PHYS 1601) 4 Introductory Physics II (PHYS 1602) 4
Physics I Lab (PHYS 1511) 1 Physics II Lab (PHYS 1512) 1
Calculus I (MATH 1206) 4 Calculus II (MATH 1207) 4
Credits: 18 Credits: 18
       
YEAR 2      
Texts & Contexts (ENGL 2000) 3 Classic Buddhist Texts (THEO 3724) 3
Philosophical Ethics (PHIL 3000) 3 Contemporary China (HIST 3915) 4
Intro to Modern Physics (PHYS 2305) 4 Theoretical Mechanics (PHYS 2001) 4
General Chemistry I (CHEM 1321) 4 General Chemistry II (CHEM 1322) 4
General Chemistry Lab I (CHEM 1331) 2 General Chemistry Lab II (CHEM 1332) 2
Multivariable Calculus I (MATH 2004) 4 Multivariable Calculus II (MATH 2005) 4
Credits: 20 Credits: 20
       
YEAR 3      
New World Archaeology (ANTH 3111) 4 Introductory Biology I (BISC 1403) 3
Modeling, Simulation & Design (PHYS 3555) 4 Thermo/Statistical Physics (PHYS 3401) 4
Electricity and Magnetism (PHYS 2002) 4 Mechanics of Materials (PHYS 2102) 4
Math Methods in Physics I (PHYS 3101) 4 Intro to Electrical Engineering (PHYS 4010) 4
Credits: 16 Credits: 15
       
YEAR 4      
Organic Chemistry (CHEM 2521) 4 Engineering Experimentation (PHYS 3012) 4
Organic Chemistry Lab (CHEM 2541) 4 Medical Instrumentation & Imaging (PHYS 4021) 4
Biomechanics (PHYS 4020) 4 Senior Values Seminar 4
Fluid Mechanics (PHYS 3201) 4 Intro to Inventions and Patents (PHYS 2111) 1
Credits: 14 Credits: 13

Courses in Black represent the Core Curriculum. Courses in Red are required for the major.
Courses in Green are some suggested major elective courses for the concentration.



Engineering Physics
Sample Curriculum

Fall   Spring  
YEAR 1 cr   cr
Composition II (ENGL 1102) 3 Intro to Art History (ARHI 1100) 3
Philosophy of Human Nature (PHIL 1000) 3 Undrstnd Hist Changes: Mod Eur (HIST 1000) 3
Faith and Critical Reason (THEO 1000) 3 Anthropology Focus (ANTH 1050) 3
Introductory Physics I (PHYS 1601) 4 Introductory Physics II (PHYS 1602) 4
Physics I Lab (PHYS 1511) 1 Physics II Lab (PHYS 1512) 1
Calculus I (MATH 1206) 4 Calculus II (MATH 1207) 4
Credits: 18 Credits: 18
       
YEAR 2      
Texts & Contexts (ENGL 2000) 3 Classic Buddhist Texts (THEO 3724) 3
Philosophical Ethics (PHIL 3000) 3 Contemporary China (HIST 3915) 4
Intro to Modern Physics (PHYS 2305) 4 Theoretical Mechanics (PHYS 2001) 4
General Chemistry I (CHEM 1321) 4 General Chemistry II (CHEM 1322) 4
General Chemistry Lab I (CHEM 1331) 2 General Chemistry Lab II (CHEM 1332) 2
Multivariable Calculus I (MATH 2004) 4 Multivariable Calculus II (MATH 2005) 4
Credits: 20 Credits: 20
       
YEAR 3      
New World Archaeology (ANTH 3111) 4 Engineering Experimentation (PHYS 3012) 3
Eng. Statics & Dynamics (PHYS 2101) 4 Thermo/Statistical Physics (PHYS 3401) 4
Electricity and Magnetism (PHYS 2002) 4 Mechanics of Materials (PHYS 2102) 4
Math Methods in Physics I (PHYS 3101) 4 Intro to Electrical Engineering (PHYS 4010) 4
Credits: 16 Credits: 15
       
YEAR 4      
Undergraduate Research 4 Undergraduate Research 4
Engineering Design Elective 4 Engineering Design Elective 4
Engineering Design Elective 4 Senior Values Seminar 4
    Intro to Inventions and Patents (PHYS 2111) 1
Credits: 12 Credits: 13

Courses in Black represent the Core Curriculum. Courses in Red are required for the major.
Courses in Green are some suggested major elective courses for the concentration.


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