Sample Schedule for an General Engineer (2-year full time)


You are strongly encouraged to consult with Engineering Advising (this is only a beginning guide)

Semester I


Designation

Course Name

Credits given

Check-off

PAS 1000

First Year Experience Seminar (will not transfer to any engineering program)

1


EGR 1010

Introductory Engineering

3


EGR 1140

Computer Programming for Engineers and Scientists

3


MAT 2410

Calculus I for Science and Engineering

4


EGL 1010

English Composition I

3


Total Credits


14



Semester II


PHY 1030

General Physics I

3


CHM 2000

General Chemistry for Engineers

4


MAT 2420

Calculus II for Science and Engineering

4


PHL 1090

Introduction to Logic

3


SPH 1090

Interpersonal Communication

3


Total Credits


17



Semester III


EGR Elective

Engineering elective (depending on discipline)

3


EGR Elective

Engineering elective (depending on discipline)

3


PHY 2030

General Physics II

4


MAT 2460

Differential Equations Engineers

4


ECN 1030

Principals of Economics I (Macro)

3


Total Credits


17




Semester IV


EGR Elective

Engineering elective (depending on discipline)

3


EGR 2050

Signals and Systems: Modeling, Computation, and Analysis

4


PHY 2040

General Physics III

4


MAT Elective

Mathematics elective (depending on discipline)

3


ECN 2040

Principals of Economics II (Micro) Special permission for engineers only

3


Total Credits


17



Total Credits:  65 Credits (1 Credit of pre-engineering which is not transferable)

Engineering electives consist of the following courses: EGR 2200 Engineering Mechanics, EGR 2210 Advanced Engineering Mechanics, EGR 2220 Solid Mechanics, EGR 2030 Circuit Analysis, EGR 2060 Thermodynamics, EGR 2300 Materials Science for Engineers and Scientists, EGR 2440 Digital Logic Design, EGR-2450 Electronic and Digital Circuit Laboratory, EGR 1210 Computer Science I, EGR 1220 Computer Science II; CHM 2010, CHM 2020, CHM 2040 Organic Chemistry (for Chemical Engineering discipline only), MUS 1150 and 1160 (for Music Engineering discipline only); BIO 1140 Principles of Biology and BIO 2050 Human Anatomy and Physiology I (for Bioengineering discipline only)

Mathematics elective can only be calculus-based classes (like MAT 2430, MAT 2450, or MAT 2500) not already required in the program (consult with engineering advisor on which to take for your discipline)

Nota Bene:

I. For Engineering electives: Two 3 credits courses are the same as a 4 credit and 2 credit course

II. Load reduction: Semester V and Summer Sessions can include most general educational courses to reduce the load above. Some courses can be taken during intersession (winter) as well. Note some of the engineering courses are only offered during the summer.

III. Extra courses: Any student may take more than the required credits to their benefit. Some courses maybe helpful to succeed in University, but are not necessarily required in PGCC.