For the first time, all incoming freshman engineering students will be admitted as undeclared engineering students. However, instead of taking only engineering prerequisites, you will take brand new, custom-designed courses EGR 101, 102, 103 during your First-Year while completing CIS/WRD, science and math classes. If you are a transfer student, you will be admitted directly to a pre-major program and enrolled in EGR 112 with other transfer students instead of EGR 101.

Engineering students work on projects in the lab.
Engineering students work on projects in the lab.

 

The uniquely designed EGR classes are taught by engineering faculty and cover crucial study habits, fundamentals of engineering computing and a design project.

Yes, as a freshman engineering student, you will complete your very first team design project. (how cool is that?).

Then, during the spring semester of your First-Year, you will declare your chosen engineering major when you register for fall classes. With one solid year of fundamentals—as well as a design project—under your belt, you will be prepared to succeed in your desired major.