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Courses

Biosystems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Mining Engineering

EM 221 Statics
EM 302 Mechanics of Deformable Solids
EM 313 Dynamics
ME 220 Thermodynamics
ME 330 Fluid Mechanics
EE 305 Electrical Circuits

Chemical Engineering

CME 200 Process Principles
CME 220 Computational Tools in Chemical Engineering
CME 320 Thermodynamics
CME 330 Fluid Mechanics
CME 415 Separation Processes
CME 425 Heat and Mass Transfer

Civil Engineering

EM 221 Statics
EM 302 Mechanics of Deformable Solids
CE 341 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
CE 106 Computer Graphics and Communications
CE 381 Civil Engineering Materials I

Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering

EE 211 Circuits I
EE 223 AC Circuits
EE/CPE 282 Digital Logic Design
EE/CPE 287 Introduction to Embedded Systems

Materials Engineering

CME 200 Process Principles
MSE 201 Materials Science
EM 221 Statics
EM 302 Mechanics of Deformable Solids
MSE 351 Material Thermodynamics
EE 305 Electrical Circuits

Biomedical Engineering

There is no undergraduate program in Biomedical Engineering. If a student wishes to pursue graduate work in Biomedical he/she should follow the prescribed courses for the area that most closely fits their interests. For example, a student interested in biomechanics should take the courses listed above for Mechanical Engineers, a student interested in drug delivery should follow the Chemical Engineering path, and a student interested in imaging or signals should take the courses listed for Electrical Engineering.