ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCE
Otto Miller Hall
Kevin Bolding, Donald M Peter, Melani I Plett
John Lindberg, Physics/EAS Mission Applications
Elaine Scott, EAS Coordinator
The engineering and applied science major offers a unique program
that combines a basic engineering foundation with an applied
science. Because engineering courses require many mathematics
and science prerequisites, the engineering and applied science
major must specify those prerequisites, leaving few electives.
However, the 15-credit natural-science general education requirement
is met by the courses in this major. Normally, the BSEAS
degree can be completed in four years by taking approximately 16
credits per quarter.
Suggested schedules and other advising documents are available on the Information for Current Students page of the engineering department's web site.
All students majoring in engineering and applied science must pick a single focus area. There are four focus areas, each with individual requirements.
Course Requirements for EAS Major with Missions Applications Focus
Course Requirements for EAS Major with Bio-Engineering Focus
Course Requirements for EAS Major with Environmental Focus
Course Requirements for EAS Major with Physics Focus
Notes for EAS Course Requirements
- EGR 1125 may be required for up to 3 credits.
- EGR 1402 or 3402 is required. Transfer work will be evaluated by the Engineering department to determine if the student needs to take EGR 1402 Introduction to Engineering (2) or EGR 3402 Introduction to Engineering II (2).
- All students interested in majoring in EAS should contact Elaine Scott email@example.com) for detailed advising.
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