# Bachelors (BS) in Engineering

Engineering is the application of mathematical and scientific knowledge to provide for the technological needs of society. This major offers a 97-98-semester-hour course of study with a concentration in civil, computer, electrical or mechanical engineering. Design work is integrated throughout the curriculum, utilizing current methodologies and computer tools. The engineering major will prepare students for the engineering profession, graduate programs and professional licensure. The George Fox Engineering Program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.

Those students interested in pursuing an engineering degree in other areas, such as chemical or aerospace engineering, should see Applied Science.

Upon entering, students interested in majoring in engineering should contact an engineering advisor. There are specific general education requirements for engineering majors. There is also a sequence for courses in the major.

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## Program Outcomes

George Fox engineering graduates will have:

- An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering
- An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
- An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability and sustainability
- An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams
- An ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems
- An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility
- An ability to communicate effectively
- The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context
- A recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in life-long learning
- A knowledge of contemporary issues
- An ability to use techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice

## Major Requirements

The major requires course work to be completed in the following areas:

### Economics Requirement (3 hours)

Students must complete one of the following courses:

ECON 201 Principles of Microeconomics (3)

ECON 202 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)

### Mathematics and Natural Science (27 hours)

CHEM 211 General Chemistry I (4)

MATH 201 Calculus I (4)

MATH 202 Calculus II (4)

MATH 301 Calculus III (3)

MATH 311 Differential Equations with Linear Algebra (4)

PHYS 211 General Physics with Calculus I (4)

PHYS 212 General Physics with Calculus II (4)

### Engineering Core (14 hours)

ENGR 151 Engineering Principles I (3)

ENGR 152 Engineering Principles II (3)

ENGR 381 Servant Engineering I (2)

ENGR 382 Servant Engineering II (2)

ENGR 481 Senior Design I (1)

ENGR 482 Senior Design II (3)

Additional graduation requirement:

Engineering Seminar Series (15 sessions)

## Concentrations (53-54 hours)

### Civil Engineering

ENGC 210 Site Development w/ AutoCAD and Civil 3D (2)

ENGC 220 Engineering Surveying (2)

ENGC 310 Environmental Engineering (3)

ENGC 330 Structural Analysis and Design (3)

ENGC 340 Geotechnical Engineering (4)

ENGC 350 Water Resources Engineering (4)

ENGC 360 Engineering Economics (2)

ENGC 370 Transportation Engineering (3)

ENGC 360 Engineering Economics (2)

ENGC 450 Construction Management and Professional Practice (2)

ENGM 211 Statics (3)

ENGM 212 Dynamics (3)

ENGM 320 Mechanics of Materials (3)

ENGM 321 Mechanics of Materials Lab (1)

ENGM 330 Fluid Mechanics (3)

ENGR 250 Principles of Materials Science (3)

MATH 330 Engineering Statistics (3)

Students must choose one of the following courses:

ENGE 260 Circuits and Instrumentation (4)

ENGM 311 Engineering Thermodynamics (3)

Students must choose 6 semester hours from the following courses:

ENGC 430 Reinforced Concrete Design (3)

ENGC 460 Design of Steel Structures (3)

### Computer Engineering

ENGE 220 Digital Logic Design (4)

ENGE 250 Electrical Circuit Analysis (4)

ENGE 270 Electrical Power Systems (3)

ENGE 311 Electronic Devices and Circuits (4)

ENGE 312 Applications of Electronic Devices (4)

ENGE 320 Microprocessor Architecture (4)

ENGE 330 Electrical Signals and Networks (3)

ENGE 420 Microprocessors (3)

ENGE 480 Digital Signal Processing (3)

CSIS 202 Introduction to Computer Science II (3)

CSIS 310 Data Structures and File Processing (3)

CSIS 350 Data Communications and Networks (3)

CSIS 430 Analysis of Algorithms (3)

CSIS 460 Operating Systems (3)

MATH 260 Discrete Mathematics (3)

Students must choose one additional math or science elective from the following list:

MATH 312 Numerical Methods (3)

MATH 330 Engineering Statistics (3)

MATH 331 Probability (3)

BIOL 100 Foundations of Biology (4)

BIOL 211 General Biology I (4)

BIOL 212 General Biology II (4)

BIOL 221 Human Anatomy and Physiology I (4)

CHEM 212 General Chemistry II (4)

ENGR 250 Principles of Materials Science (3)

### Electrical Engineering

ENGE 220 Digital Logic Design (4)

ENGE 250 Electrical Circuit Analysis (4)

ENGE 270 Electrical Power Systems (3)

ENGE 311 Electronic Devices and Circuits (4)

ENGE 312 Applications of Electronic Devices (4)

ENGE 320 Microprocessor Architecture (4)

ENGE 330 Electrical Signals and Networks (3)

ENGE 360 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves (3)

ENGE 420 Embedded System Design (3)

ENGE 480 Digital Signal Processing (3)

CSIS 202 Introduction to Computer Science II (3)

Students must complete the following courses:

ENGE 430 Communication Systems (3)

ENGE 460 Microwave Engineering and Applications (3)

ENGE 470 Power Electronics and Renewable Energy (3)

Students must choose one of the following courses:

MATH 312 Numerical Methods (3)

MATH 330 Engineering Statistics (3)

MATH 331 Probability (3)

Students must choose one additional math or science elective from the following list:

MATH 260 Discrete Mathematics (3)

MATH 312 Numerical Methods (3)

MATH 330 Engineering Statistics (3)

MATH 331 Probability (3)

BIOL 100 Foundations of Biology (4)

BIOL 211 General Biology I (4)

BIOL 212 General Biology II (4)

BIOL 221 Human Anatomy and Physiology I (4)

CHEM 212 General Chemistry II (4)

ENGR 250 Principles of Materials Science (3)

### Mechanical Engineering

ENGM 211 Statics (3)

ENGM 212 Dynamics (3)

ENGM 220 Materials and Processes in Manufacturing (3)

ENGM 311 Engineering Thermodynamics (3)

ENGM 312 Applications of Engineering Thermodynamics (2)

ENGM 320 Mechanics of Materials (3)

ENGM 321 Mechanics of Materials Lab (1)

ENGM 330 Fluid Mechanics (3)

ENGM 350 Machine Dynamics and Vibrations (3)

ENGM 360 Finite Elements and Computer Modeling (3)

ENGM 380 Heat Transfer (3)

ENGM 381 Energy Lab (1)

ENGM 400 Mechanical Engineering Design (3)

ENGM 480 Control Systems Engineering (3)

ENGE 260 Circuits and Instrumentation (4)

ENGR 250 Principles of Materials Science (3)

Students must choose 6 semester hours from the following courses:

ENGM 420 Biomechanics (3)

ENGM 450 Fundamentals of Flight Dynamics (3)

ENGM 470 Energy Systems Engineering (3)

Students must choose one of the following courses:

MATH 312 Numerical Methods (3)

MATH 330 Engineering Statistics (3)

MATH 331 Probability (3)