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Bachelor of Science, Engineering

Administrator: Chair, Department of Physics and Engineering

Requirements: 91-94 credits 
ENGR1010. Introduction to Engineering (3) 
ENGR1050. Engineering CAD and Prototyping (3)
ENGR2100. Engineering Statics (3)
ENGR2200. Digital Systems (3); and,
ENGR2200L. Digital Systems Laboratory (1)
ENGR2210. Electrical Circuits (3); and,
ENGR2210L. Electrical Circuits Laboratory (1)
ENGR2310. Instrumentation and Measurements Laboratory I (1)
ENGR2320. Instrumentation and Measurements Laboratory II (1)
ENGR3100. Mechanics of Materials (3)
ENGR3110. Engineering Thermodynamics (3)
ENGR3120. Engineering Dynamics (3)
ENGR3400. Control Systems (3); and
ENGR3400L. Control Systems Laboratory (1)
ENGR3410. Engineering Economics and Ethics (3)
**ENGR4971. Senior Design Project I (2) 
**ENGR4972. Senior Design Project II/Capstone (2) 
MATH2510. Calculus I (4)
MATH2520. Calculus II (4) 
MATH3245. Probability and Statistics for Science and Engineering (3)
MATH3530. Calculus III (4)
MATH3540. Differential Equations (4) 
PHYS2110. Physics for Science and Engineering I (3); and,
PHYS2110L. Physics for Science and Engineering I Laboratory (1)
PHYS2120. Physics for Science and Engineering II (3); and,
PHYS2120L. Physics for Science and Engineering II Laboratory (1)
CHEM2230. General Chemistry for Engineering Students (3); and,
CHEM2230L. General Chemistry for Engineering Students Laboratory (1)
COMP2220. Computer Programming (3); and,
COMP2220L. Computer Programming Laboratory (1)

**ENGR4971 and ENGR4972 must be taken at Northwest Nazarene University
 
Student must complete one of the following concentrations:

Agricultural Engineering Concentration

          COMP3230. Introduction to Spatial Analysis (3)          
          ENGR4100. Fluid Mechanics (3)
          ENGR4110. Machine Design (3)
          ENGR4120. Fluids and Thermal Laboratory (1)
          ENGR4130. Mechatronics (3); and,
          ENGR4130L. Mechatronics Laboratory (1)
          ENGR4140. Vibrations (3)
          ENGR4170. Agricultural Automation (3)

Computer Engineering Concentration
COMP2630. Computer Architecture (3)
COMP2750. Data Structures (3)
COMP3430. Operating Systems (3)
COMP3630. Networks and Data Communications I (3)
ENGR4210. Microelectronics (3); and,
ENGR4210L. Microelectronics Laboratory (1)
ENGR4230. Embedded Systems (3); and,
ENGR4230L. Embedded Systems Laboratory (1)
 
Electrical Engineering Concentration 
ENGR4210. Microelectronics (3); and,
ENGR4210L. Microelectronics Laboratory (1)
ENGR4220. Signals and Systems (3)
ENGR4230. Embedded Systems (3); and,
ENGR4230L. Embedded Systems Laboratory (1)
ENGR4250. Electromagnetics (3)
ENGR4260. Communication Systems (3)
 
Mechanical Engineering Concentration
ENGR4100. Fluid Mechanics (3)
ENGR4110. Machine Design (3)
ENGR4120. Fluids and Thermal Laboratory (1)
ENGR4130. Mechatronics (3); and,
ENGR4130L. Mechatronics Laboratory (1)
ENGR4140. Vibrations (3)
ENGR4150. Heat Transfer (3)
 
Engineering Physics Concentration
ENGR4250. Electromagnetics (3)
ENGR4400. Experiment Design (3); and,
ENGR4400L. Experiment Design Laboratory (1)
PHYS3130. Modern Physics (3); and
PHYS3130L. Modern Physics Laboratory (1)
PHYS3410. Analytic Mechanics (3)
PHYS4810. Quantum Mechanics (3)

All engineering students are strongly encouraged to take and pass the Fundamentals of Engineering exam during their last semester before graduation.

In addition, Engineering Physics Concentration students must take the Physics Major Field Examination in their last semester before graduation.