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Engineering Information

Degree Requirements

Bachelor's Degree Requirements

Like all students at the University of St Thomas (UST), students enrolled in Engineering must satisfy the requirements and objectives of the UST Liberal Arts Core Curriculum. Additionally, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering students must complete the respective Engineering Major Requirements as well as the Allied Program Requirements listed below. In both programs, the Engineering Major, Allied Program, and the Liberal Arts Core Requirements are designed to allow students to demonstrate the expected learning outcomes of each discipline.


Mechanical Engineering (BSME) Major Requirements:

ENGR 150 Introduction to Engineering
ENGR 171 Engineering Graphics
ENGR 220 Engineering Mechanics I
ENGR 221 Engineering Mechanics II
ENGR 320 Machine Design and Synthesis
ENGR 350 Electronics
ENGR 361 Engineering Materials
ENGR 371 Manufacturing Processes
ENGR 381 Thermodynamics
ENGR 382 Heat Transfer
ENGR 383 Fluid Mechanics
ENGR 410 Control Systems and Automation
ENGR 480 Engineering Design Clinic I
ENGR 481 Engineering Design Clinic II
Plus two technical electives

Mechanical Engineering Allied Program Requirements:
CHEM 2XX Chemistry for Engineers
MATH 113 Calculus I
MATH 114 Calculus II
MATH 200 Multi-Variable Calculus
MATH 210 Linear Algebra and Differential Equations
PHYS 111 Introduction to Classical Physics I
PHYS 112 Introduction to Classical Physics II
CISC 130 Computer Programming



Electrical Engineering (BSEE) Major Requirements:

ENGR 150 Introduction to Engineering I
ENGR 230 Digital Design
ENGR 240 Circuit Analysis
ENGR 330 Design with Microprocessors I
ENGR 331 Design with Microprocessors II
ENGR 340 Signals and Systems
ENGR 342 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves
ENGR 345 Electronics I
ENGR 346 Electronics II
ENGR 410 Control Systems and Automation
ENGR 431 Design of Embedded Systems
ENGR 480 Engineering Design Clinic I
ENGR 481 Engineering Design Clinic II
Plus one technical electives.

Electrical Engineering Allied Program Requirements
MATH 113 Calculus I
MATH 114 Calculus II
MATH 200 Multi-Variable Calculus
MATH 210 Linear Algebra and Differential Equations
MATH 303 Statistics for the Applied Sciences
PHYS 111 Introduction to Classical Physics I
PHYS 112 Introduction to Classical Physics II
PHYS 225 Introduction to Modern Physics I
PHYS 341 Electricity and Magnetism
CISC 130 Computer Programming

For details, visit http://www.stthomas.edu/engineering

Master's Degree Requirements

For graduate program degree requirements, visit http://www.stthomas.edu/engineering/graduate

Doctoral Degree Requirements