Dec 03, 2023
Concentration Program Coordinators:
- Biomedical Engineering: Ali Vahdati (4214 Ross Hall; 252-737-7779; email@example.com)
- Bioprocess Engineering: Loren Limberis (2508 Life Sciences and Biotechnology Building; 252-328-9715; firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Electrical Engineering: Zhen Zhu (203 Slay Hall; 252-328-9650; email@example.com)
- Environmental Engineering: Randall Etheridge (3411 Life Sciences and Biotechnology Building; 252-737-1930; firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Industrial and Systems Engineering: BJ Kim (229 Slay Hall; 252-737-1469; email@example.com)
- Mechanical Engineering: Brian Sylcott (208 Slay Hall; 252-737-4652; firstname.lastname@example.org)
The degree requires a minimum of 125 s.h. as follows:
1. General education requirements including those listed below - 40 s.h.
(For information about courses that carry general education credit view the General Education Program section.)
- When selecting general education courses, it is important to check first with your advisor to get a list of mathematics and science courses that cannot count toward the engineering degree due to accrediting agency restrictions.
- See notes in Section 3 regarding cognate courses that count toward the general education requirement.
2. Engineering foundation - 44 s.h.
- Three semester hours (3 s.h.) of MATH 2171 will count toward the mathematics general education requirement.
- Three semester hours (3 s.h.) of PHYS 2350 will count as the general education elective for this degree.
4. Concentrations - 22 s.h.
Biomedical engineering concentration (22 s.h.)
Bioprocess engineering concentration (22 s.h.)
Electrical engineering concentration (22 s.h.)
Environmental engineering concentration (22 s.h.)
Industrial and systems engineering concentration (22 s.h.)
Mechanical engineering concentration (22 s.h.)