Engineering

Program Learning Outcomes

1.  Students will  be able to apply basic theories of engineering mechanics using mathematics, physics and calculus concepts.

2.  Students will perform experiments and will communicate analysis and interpretation of results in written reports.
 
3.  Students will solve engineering and technical problems.
 
4.  Students will describe professional and ethical responsibilities in the engineering profession.
 
5.  Students will use techniques, skills, and modern engineering and technical tools necessary for professional practice.
 
6.  Students will describe the main features of work groups and teams.

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Field of Study - 23-26 credit hours
Required for All Engineering Students (14 Credits)
ENGR 1201Introduction to Engineering2
MATH 2414Calculus II4
MATH 2415Calculus III4
CHEM 1409General Chemistry for Engineering Majors 14
Tracks
Select one of the following tracks:9-12
General/Mechanical/Manufacturing Track (9 Credits)
Engineering Graphics
Engineering Mechanics - Statics
Engineering Mechanics - Dynamics
Civil Engineering Track (10 Credits)
Physical Geology
Engineering Mechanics - Statics
Engineering Mechanics - Dynamics
Electrical Engineering Track (12 Credits)
Programming Fundamentals I
Introduction to Digital Systems
Electrical Circuits I
Computer Engineering Track (12 Credits)
Programming Fundamentals I
Computer Organization
Introduction to Digital Systems
Chemical/Environmental/Petroleum Engineering Track (11 Credits)
Take all of these:
General Chemistry II
Engineering Mechanics - Statics
Select one of the following:
Organic Chemistry II (Chemical Engineering)
Biology for Science Majors I (Environmental Engineering)
Physical Geology (Petroleum Engineering)
STC Core Curriculum - 37 credit hours
Complete 37 credit hours of required Core Curriculum including the following: 237
Mathematics
Calculus I
Life and Physical Sciences
University Physics I
University Physics II
Core Component Area Option
Electrical Circuits I
Organic Chemistry I
Differential Equations
Total Credit Hours60-63

Recommended After Completion of Degree to be Core Complete

Students who would like to be Core complete upon transfer should also complete courses from the following Core component areas:

Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective
Recommended:
Principles of Economics I - Macro
Language, Philosophy & Culture
Recommended:
Introduction to Ethics

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Recommended Course Sequence

Plan of Study Grid
First Year
FallCredit Hours
ENGR 1201 Introduction to Engineering 2
Creative Arts Elective - Core Curriculum 3
ENGL 1301 Composition I 3
MATH 2413 Calculus I 1 4
CHEM 1409 General Chemistry for Engineering Majors 2 4
 Credit Hours16
Spring
ENGL 1302 Composition II - Rhetoric 3
HIST 1301
United States History I
or Mexican-American History I
3
PHYS 2425 University Physics I 4
MATH 2414 Calculus II 4
 Credit Hours14
Summer
HIST 1302
United States History II
or Mexican-American History II
3
 Credit Hours3
Second Year
Fall
Engineering Elective 3 3-4
PHYS 2426 University Physics II 4
GOVT 2305 Federal Government 3
MATH 2415 Calculus III 4
 Credit Hours14-15
Spring
GOVT 2306 Texas Government 3
Engineering Elective 3 3-4
Engineering Elective 3 3-4
Select one of the following: 4  
ENGR 2405 4
CHEM 2423  
MATH 2420  
 Credit Hours13-15
 Total Credit Hours60-63

Recommended After Completion of Degree to be Core Complete

Students who would like to be Core complete upon transfer should also complete courses from the following Core component areas:

Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective
Recommended:
Principles of Economics I - Macro
Language, Philosophy & Culture
Recommended:
Introduction to Ethics