Current Students

FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS

First-year students interested in the engineering major:

  • Should enroll in EGR 111 in the fall and EGR 112 in the spring.
  • Should enroll in MST 111 or 112 in the fall depending on incoming AP credits. If MST 111 is taken in the fall, students should enroll in MST 112 in the spring. If credit has been granted for MST 111 and MST 112, students could consider MST 205b.
  • Should complete PHYS 113g in the first year. PHYS 113 is also offered during the summer sessions.
  • Students also interested in the health professions (i.e., pre-health pathway) should enroll in CHM 111 & 111L in the fall AND CHM 122 & 122L in the spring. CHM 111 & 111L and CHM 122 & 122L are also offered during the summer sessions.

First-year students curious about engineering:

  • Could enroll in EGR 111 in the fall and EGR 112 in the spring.
  • Could enroll in MST 111 or 112 depending on incoming AP credits.
  • Could complete PHYS 113 in the first year. (See above for specifics.)

bStudents may substitute the combination of MST 113 and MST 121 in place of MST 205.

gStudents may substitute PHY 123 in place of PHY 113.

SECOND-YEAR STUDENTS

To be well positioned for junior level EGR coursework and to complete the degree in four years, students should complete the following courses during the first two years and earn a minimum GPA of 2.0 in the following courses: MST 111, MST 112, MST 205b, PHY 113g, EGR 111, EGR 112, EGR 211, EGR 212, and at least one additional 100-level or 200-level basic science course that has both lecture and laboratory components. EGR 111 is not a prerequisite for EGR 112, so either may be taken first. EGR 211 is not a prerequisite for EGR 212, so either can be taken first OR both can be taken in the same semester.

bStudents may substitute the combination of MST 113 and MST 121 in place of MST 205.

gStudents may substitute PHY 123 in place of PHY 113.

 

If you have questions or comments, please contact us at engineer@wfu.edu