First Semester Credits
ENL101   3
    Humanities & Fine Arts 3
CHM151   4
ENR106   3
MAT240 M 4
Second Semester Credits
COM103   3
    Behavioral & Social Science 3
ENR107 (or)
ENL102
 
3D Design and Analysis II (or)
English Composition II

ENR107 3D Design and Analysis II

This is the second of a two course 3D mechanical design series for students interested in careers as product engineers, architects, and designers using computer aided design (CAD) software. This course prepares students for the Certified SolidWorks Associate Exam (CSWA) and the Certified SolidWorks Professional Exam (CSWP). A research paper that addresses an advanced topic in 3D solid modeling is required.

Prerequisite: ENR106

Offered: Spring


ENL102 English Composition II

A continuation of English Composition I, English Composition II focuses on close reading, critical thinking, independent research, and synthesis of texts so that, across the curriculum, students can develop, defend, and effectively express ideas in academic discourse.

Prerequisite: ENL101

Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Note: Satisfies either an English Composition/Writing or Humanities and Fine Arts general education requirement.

Note: Students are encouraged to take both courses as they are required to complete the Engineering MassTransfer Pathway. Consult with your advisor and/or the transfer advisor to decide what is best for you.

3
MAT250 M 4
ENR103   4
Third Semester Credits
    Behavioral & Social Science 3
PHY211 M 4
MAT260 M 4
   
Engineering Technology & Advanced Manufacturing Elective

Students should select from the following electives depending on their career pathway:

Mechanical Engineering Pathway Electives

  • ENR201 Statics
  • ENR202 Dynamics
  • ENR207 Materials Science
  • ENR208 Thermodynamics
  • ENR209 Strength of Materials

Electrical Engineering Pathway Electives

  • ENR110 Engineering & Scientific Computing
  • ENR204 Circuit Theory I
  • ENR205 Circuit Theory II
  • CSC120 Computer Programming I: C++

Civil Engineering Pathway Electives

  • ENR201 Statics
  • ENR202 Dynamics
  • ENR208 Thermodynamics
  • ENR209 Strength of Materials
  • CHM152 General Chemistry II
3 or 4
   
Engineering Technology & Advanced Manufacturing Elective

Students should select from the following electives depending on their career pathway:

Mechanical Engineering Pathway Electives

  • ENR201 Statics
  • ENR202 Dynamics
  • ENR207 Materials Science
  • ENR208 Thermodynamics
  • ENR209 Strength of Materials

Electrical Engineering Pathway Electives

  • ENR110 Engineering & Scientific Computing
  • ENR204 Circuit Theory I
  • ENR205 Circuit Theory II
  • CSC120 Computer Programming I: C++

Civil Engineering Pathway Electives

  • ENR201 Statics
  • ENR202 Dynamics
  • ENR208 Thermodynamics
  • ENR209 Strength of Materials
  • CHM152 General Chemistry II
3 or 4
Fourth Semester Credits
PHY212 M 4
MAT270 M 3
   
Engineering Technology & Advanced Manufacturing Elective

Students should select from the following electives depending on their career pathway:

Mechanical Engineering Pathway Electives

  • ENR201 Statics
  • ENR202 Dynamics
  • ENR207 Materials Science
  • ENR208 Thermodynamics
  • ENR209 Strength of Materials

Electrical Engineering Pathway Electives

  • ENR110 Engineering & Scientific Computing
  • ENR204 Circuit Theory I
  • ENR205 Circuit Theory II
  • CSC120 Computer Programming I: C++

Civil Engineering Pathway Electives

  • ENR201 Statics
  • ENR202 Dynamics
  • ENR208 Thermodynamics
  • ENR209 Strength of Materials
  • CHM152 General Chemistry II
3 or 4
   
Engineering Technology & Advanced Manufacturing Elective

Students should select from the following electives depending on their career pathway:

Mechanical Engineering Pathway Electives

  • ENR201 Statics
  • ENR202 Dynamics
  • ENR207 Materials Science
  • ENR208 Thermodynamics
  • ENR209 Strength of Materials

Electrical Engineering Pathway Electives

  • ENR110 Engineering & Scientific Computing
  • ENR204 Circuit Theory I
  • ENR205 Circuit Theory II
  • CSC120 Computer Programming I: C++

Civil Engineering Pathway Electives

  • ENR201 Statics
  • ENR202 Dynamics
  • ENR208 Thermodynamics
  • ENR209 Strength of Materials
  • CHM152 General Chemistry II
3 or 4
Total Credits 64/68

M Designates a Milestone course. A milestone course must be completed in the semester indicated to ensure that you remain on track to continue on in your program and graduate on time.