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*Engineering Science (BS)

Curriculum
Freshman Year
Fall Course Units
CHE 201 General Chemistry I 1
MAT 127 Calculus A 1
PHY 201 General Physics I 1
FSP Freshman Seminar (Social Science) 1
ENG 142 Fundamentals of Engineering Design or Computer Science I – CSC 215 1
ENG 091 Engineering Seminar I 0
ENG 095 Introduction to Engineering 0
Spring
CSC 215 Computer Science I or Fundamentals of Engineering Design – ENG 142 1
MAT 128 Calculus B 1
PHY 202 General Physics II 1
WRI 102 Academic Writing (if required***) (1)
ENG 092 Engineering Seminar II 0
TST 161 Creative Design 1
Sophomore Year  
    Fall
ENG 212 Circuits Analysis 1
ENG 214 Circuits Analysis Laboratory 0.5
ENG 222 Statics 1
ENG 232 Manufacturing Processes 1
ENG 272 Advanced Engineering Mathematics I 1
ECO 101 Principles of Microeconomics 1
Spring
MAT 229 Multivariable Calculus 1
ENG 152 Engineering Material Science 1
ENG 262 Dynamics 1
ENG 312 Digital Circuits and Microprocessors 1
Policy and Society Elective** 1
Junior Year  
    Fall
ENG 093 Engineering Seminar III 0
ENG 342 Advanced Engineering Mathematics II 1
MEC 321 Numerical Analysis 1
ENG 372 Engineering Economy 1
Engineering Elective* 1
Policy and Society Elective** 1
Spring
ENG 094 Engineering Seminar IV 0
IDS 252 Society, Ethics & Technology 1
ENG 452 Project Management 1
Engineering Electives* 2
Liberal Learning Elective 1
Summer (1 or 3 CU)**
POL 399 Internship in Public Affairs 1
OR
POL 401 TCNJ Washington Internship 1
POl 402 TCNJ Washington Coursework 1
POL 403 TCNJ Washington Leadership Seminar 1
Senior Year  
    Fall
ENG 099 Senior Professional Seminar 0
ENG 322 Thermodynamics I 1
495 Senior Project I 0.5
Policy and Society Electives** 2
Spring
ENG 098 Fundamentals of Engineering Review 0
ENG 352 Control Systems 1
ENG 354 Control Systems Laboratory 0.5
496 Senior Project II 0.5
Policy and Society Elective** 2 or 0
Liberal Learning Elective**** 1
Total Course Units 39

 

*Engineering Electives – 3CU – At least 2 CU must be of the same course prefix (ELC or MEC)

ENG 348/Systems Engineering                                                            (0.5)
ELC 251/Electronics                                                                            (1)
ELC 333/Electronics Laboratory                                                         (0.5)
ELC 321/Systems & Signals                                                                (1)
ELC 341/Communication Systems                                                      (1)
ELC 343/Microcomputer Systems                                                       (0.5)
ELC 423/Digital Signal Processing                                                      (1)
MEC 251/Strength of Materials                                                           (1)
MEC 263/Mechanical Engineering Lab. I                                           (0.5)
MEC 311/Mechanical Design Analysis I                                             (1)
MEC 361/Fluid Mechanics                                                                  (1)
MEC 421/Kinematics                                                                           (1)

**Policy and Society Electives – 4 or 6 CU.  At least 2 CU must be at the 300 level or above.  Students taking the 3 CU Summer Courses must take at least one Political Science course as part of their Policy and Society electives before their senior year.

PHL 275/Philosophy of Law                                                                 (1)
BUS 200/Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business                   (1)
BUS 300/Law for Business                                                                   (1)
BUS 360/International Business Law                                                   (1)
ECO 102/Principles of Macroeconomics                                              (1)
ECO 345/Comparative Economic Systems                                          (1)
POL 320/Constitutional Law                                                                (1)
POL 321/Civil Liberties                                                                        (1)
POL 380/International Political Economy                                            (1)
POL 355/Political Economy of Natural Resources                              (1)
POL 305/American Public Policy                                                        (1)
POL 200/Political Analysis                                                                  (1)
SOC 345/Inequality, Pollution and the Environment                           (1)
HIS 176/American Technology                                                            (1)
POL 230/International Relations                                                          (1)
POL 250/Politics and Society in Developing Countries                      (1)
POL 316/Public Opinion, Voting and Elections                                   (1)
PHL 240/Political Philosophy                                                              (1)
SOC 355/Introduction to Urban Planning                                            (1)
SOC 336/Cultural and Social Change                                                  (1)
ANT 341/Environmental Anthropology                                              (1)
ANT 340/Social Change in Latin America                                          (1)

*** Students who scored 580 or above on the SAT Verbal and 580 or above on the SAT Math will be exempt from this requirement. Students with a score on the SAT Verbal or SAT Math lower than 580 will be given a placement test. Students who score 4 or higher on the placement test will also be exempt from WRI 102.

****By advisement only.

Advanced Placement (AP) is awarded for a number of courses including Calculus, Physics, Chemistry, etc. For further details on AP placement click here