Coordinator Gregory W. Clark
The engineering science degree is a dual-degree program that unites the advantages of a liberal arts background with those of an engineering degree from one of the nation’s leading engineering schools. The program combines three years of course work completed at Manchester College with course work at an engineering institution such as Columbia University, Purdue University, The Ohio State University or Washington University in St. Louis, MO. Transfer credits from the engineering institution are used to complete the Manchester College degree. A degree from the engineering institution is awarded after the completion of all requirements at that institution (typically two years).
Courses listed in parentheses are prerequisites.
Major in engineering science, 50-54 hours: MATH 121, 122, 231, 245, (MATH 130) 251; CPTR 105; CHEM 111, 111L, 211, 211L; PHYS 210, 220.
Choose one of the following sequences: CHEM 235, 235L, 311, 311L, 341, 341L; or PHYS 301, 301L, 310, 310L, 320, 320L.
Course descriptions can be found on the mathematics and computer science, chemistry, and physics major fields of study pages.