In addition to the university's admission requirements, a student must meet one of the following requirements to be provisionally admitted to the major leading to the Bachelor of Science in Engineering (B.S.E.) degree:
These requirements apply to beginning freshman, transfer students, and students desiring to change majors into the B.S.E. degree program.
In order to be fully admitted to the B.S.E. degree program, a student must complete with a grade of C or better and obtain a minimum GPA of 2.00, computed using all attempts in a course, in the following courses: Engineering 121 Statics, Engineering 220 Strength of Materials, Engineering 241 Dynamics, Mathematics 251-252 Calculus I and II, Mathematics 320 Multivariate Calculus and Physics 220-221 University Physics I and II.
Prior to qualifying for full admission to the B.S.E. degree program, a student is allowed to take any lower-division (numbered 100-299) engineering course if the student meets the course prerequisites and corequisites and meets the department's prerequisite grade rule. Students who have not gained full admission to the B.S.E. degree program cannot take upper-division (numbered 300-499) engineering or industrial engineering courses, with the exception of Engineering 301 Computer aided Engineering/Design tools, Engineering 315 Engineering Analysis, and Engineering 380 Engineering Economy.
An engineering student must earn a minimum grade of C in all math, science and engineering courses that are prerequisites for another course in the curriculum prior to taking the course that requires the prerequisite; e.g., a student may not take Mathematics 252 until the student has earned a grade of at least a C in Mathematics 251 and may not take Engineering 241 until earning minimum grades of C in Mathematics 252, Physics 220 and Engineering 121. Prior to graduation, a grade of C or better must be earned in all math, science and engineering courses used to fulfill degree requirements.