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PHILADELPHIA UNIVERSITY
2011-2012
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Name
ID#
(Prerequisite)
Cr
Writing Seminar I
Historical Understanding: American Transitions
Science I: Chemistry I w/ Lab
Science II: Physics I w/ Lab (Spring)
(pre-or co-requisite MATH-112)
Calculus I (Fall)
3
3
4
4
4
LEVEL I (FIRST YEAR) – 35 credits
Sem.
Grade
TR Equiv.
College Studies Courses – 22 credits
WRTG-101
HIST-114
CHEM-103/103L
PHYS-201/201L
MATH-111
q
q
q
q
q
[MATH-102 Pre-calculus may be required prior to taking MATH-111]
MATH-112
Calculus II (Spring)
Physical Education….OR…Community Service - 1 credit (select one, 1 credit option below)
(MATH-111)
4 q
PE-( )
Physical Education (.5 cr)
SERV-101 Community Service (1 cr)
q
PE-( )
Physical Education (.5 cr)
q
Students with 54 or more transfer credits are exempt from this requirement, but must satisfy the credit with free electives
DEC Process - 3 credits
DEC-101
Integrative Design Process
Engineering Courses – 9 credits
ENGR-101
Introduction to Engineering (Fall)
ENGR-102
Engineering Drawing (Spring)
ENGR-104
Introduction to Computing (Spring)
3 q
(MATH-102 or MATH-111)
LEVEL II (SECOND YEAR) – 35 credits
(Prerequisite)
3 q
3 q
3 q
Cr
Sem.
Grade
TR Equiv.
Sem.
Grade
TR Equiv.
College Studies Courses – 6 credits
SOC-2(
WRTG-2(
)
)
Social Sciences I
Writing Seminar II
(WRTG-101, HIST-114)
(WRTG-101, HIST-114)
3 q
3 q
[WRTG-217 Writing Seminar II for Science & Engineering recommended]
DEC Systems - 3 credits
DEC-XXX
Sustainability & Eco-Innovation or Biology for Design
DEC Frameworks - 3 credits
DEC-2XX
Business Models
(DEC-101 Integrative Design Process)
Engineering Courses – 23 credits
PHYS-203/203L
Physics II w/ Lab (Fall)
MATH-213
Calculus lll (Fall)
ENGR-215
Engineering Statics (Fall)
MATH-225
Differential Equations (Spring)
ENGR 301
Mechanics of Material (Spring)
ENGR-305
Engineering Statistics I (Spring)
ENGR-210
Intro to Material Science (Fall)
(MATH-111, CHEM-103/103L)
(Prerequisite)
Cr
(MATH-112)
(PHYS-201/201L; pre- or co-requisite MATH-213)
College Studies Courses – 6 credits
HUMN-2(
)
Humanities l
JSLA-3(
)
Junior Seminar
DEC Methods - 3 credits
DEC-3XX
Ethnographic Research Methods
Engineering Courses – 21 credits
ENGR-218
Engineering Dynamics (Fall)
ENGR-314
Numerical Methods for Engineers (Fall)
ENGR-322
Fund. of Electrical Engineering I (Spring)
ENGR-311
Fluid Mechanics (Spring)
ENGR-308
Integrated Engr Project Development
ENGR 407
Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer I
MENGR-301
Machine Design (Spring)
3 q
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
(PHYS-201/201L)
LEVEL III (THIRD YEAR) - 30 credits
3 q
(MATH-213)
(ENGR-215)
(C or better in MATH-112)
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
(Soc Sci I and Writing II)
3 q
3 q
(Soc Sci I and Writing II)
3 q
(Soc Sc I and Writing II)
(ENGR-215; pre- or co-requisite MATH-225)
(MATH-225, ENGR-104)
(PHYS-203/203L)
(ENGR-218)
(MATH-112, ENGR-104, ENGR-102)
(PHYS-201/201L, MATH-112)
(ENGR-218)
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
LEVEL IV (FOURTH YEAR) - 29 credits
(Prerequisite)
College Studies Courses – 7 credits
(
)
Language or Area Studies (Fall)
COLLST-499
Contemporary Perspectives (Spring)
(WRTG -101, HIST-114 for Area Studies only)
Cr
Sem.
Grade
TR Equiv.
3 q
4 q
(Humanities I, one Language/Area Studies, one Junior Seminar)
Engineering Courses – 22 credits
ENGR-303
Engineering Economics (Fall)
(ENGR-305)
MENGR-427
System Dynamics and Control (Fall)
(ENGR-311, ENGR-218)
ENGR-302
Design for Manufacturability (Fall)
(ENGR-102)
MENGR-405
Introduction to Mechatronics (Fall)
(ENGR-322)
MENGR-428
Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer ll (Spring)
(MENGR-407)
** ENGR-498
Senior Design Project I (Fall)
(at least 86 credits, Writing Seminar II)
** ENGR-499
Senior Design Project II (Spring)
(at least 90 credits, Writing Seminar II)
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
TOTAL CREDITS: 129 credits
** Satisfies DEC capstone requirement
Fundamentals Courses: (these courses do not count toward graduation requirements)
WRTG-099 Fundamentals of College Writing
MATH-099 Fundamentals of College Mathematics
READ-099 Fundamentals of College Reading & Study Skills
(must earn C or better)
(must earn C or better)
(must earn C or better)
3 q
3 q
3 q
__________
Surplus credits not used toward degree requirements
Please note Philadelphia University residency requirement:
Philadelphia University has a residency requirement of 60 credits for Day Division students. Students must take a minimum of 60
credits – 12 credits must be within the major core; 6 credits must be in College Studies in order to be eligible for a B.S. degree.
This form should be used as a worksheet in conjunction with the catalog and the College Studies “menu” of options. Please refer to the
Philadelphia University catalog for questions regarding curriculum and academic policies.
COURSE STATUS:
R = course to take next semester S = course currently being taken
n = course completed
________