Requirements

Monmouth offers a bachelor of science degree in Engineering with concentration options in Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering.

Required courses for engineering students are grouped into three “Cores” — the Renaissance Core, the Science/Math Core and the Engineering Core. In addition, each track has its own specific requirements. All courses are 1.0 course credit unless otherwise specified. Students electing the mechanical engineering concentration are required to complete 35.5 course credits for graduation. Students electing the electrical or chemical engineering concentration are required to complete 36 course credits for graduation.

Core requirements

Renaissance core courses required

  • PHIL 207 Ethics: Philosophical and Religious
  • ENGL 110 Composition and Argument
  • COMM 101 Fundamentals of Communication
  • ARTD 215 Drawing
  • INTG 101 Introduction to Liberal Arts
  • INTG 2XX
  • INTG 3XX
  • INTG 4XX
  • Language I
  • Language II
  • Non-Stem Elective #1
  • Non-Stem Elective #2

Science and mathematics core courses required

  • PHYS 130 Physics I
  • PHYS 132 Physics II
  • PHYS 208 Classical Mechanics
  • PHYS 311 Mathematical Methods for Physicists
  • CHEM 140 General Chemistry
  • MATH 151 Calculus I
  • MATH 152 Calculus II
  • MATH 253 Calculus III
  • MATH 254 Differential Equations

Engineering core courses required

  • ENGR 101 Introduction to Engineering I (0.5 course credits)
  • ENGR 102 Introduction to Engineering II (0.5 course credits)
  • ENGR 190 Digital Electronics
  • ENGR 209 Statistics
  • ENGR 210 Circuit Analysis
  • ENGR 222 Engineering Computation (0.5 course credits)
  • ENGR 235 Engineering Materials
  • ENGR 301 Engineering Thermodynamics
  • ENGR 320 Fluid Mechanics
  • ENGR 325 Materials Science (Cross-listed as PHYS 325 Solid State Physics)
  • ENGR 340 Heat Transfer
  • ENGR 350 Engineering Seminar, Four Semesters (0 course credits)
  • ENGR 402 Automatic Controls
  • ENGR 420 Senior Design I
  • ENGR 421 Senior Design II

 


Electrical engineering concentration

  • ENGE 190 Digital Electronics (cross-listed as PHYS 190)
  • ENGE 201 Introduction to Electrical Engineering (0.5 course credits)
  • ENGE 210 Circuit Analysis (cross-listed as PHYS 211)
  • ENGE 333 Signals/Signal Processing
  • ENGE 390 Electronics
  • ENGE 410 Electric Conversion
  • COMP 151 Introduction to Programming
  • COMP 152 Data Structures and Algorithms
  • MATH 241 Linear Algebra
  • MATH 260 Discrete Mathematics
  • PHYS 280 Modern Physics
  • PHYS 303 Electricity & Magnetism
  • PHYS 311 Math Methods OR MATH 245 Differential Equations and Free Elective

Mechanical engineering concentration

  • ENGM 201 Introduction to Mechanical Engineering (0.5 course credits)
  • ENGM 270 Mechanics of Materials
  • ENGM 301 Thermodynamics I
  • ENGM 305 Finite Element Modeling (0.5 course credits)
  • ENGM 320 Heat Transfer
  • ENGM 321 Thermal Design
  • ENGM 333 Manufacturing Process
  • ENGM 380 Mechanical Design
  • ENGC 302 Thermodynamics II
  • ENGR 208 Classical Mechanics (cross-listed as PHYS 208)
  • ENGR 209 Statics (cross-listed as PHYS 209)
  • ENGR 340 Fluids
  • PHYS 311 Math Methods OR MATH 254 Differential Equations and Free Elective