Carroll College, Helena Montana

Degree Requirements

Degree Requirements

The Engineering Science Program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.

The following requirements are as listed in the Carroll College 2013-14 Catalog, pages 139-146.

Engineering Science majors select an emphasis in:

Engineering Mechanics, or

Environment and Public Health

For a B.S. degree in Engineering Science, the following are:

I. Major Program Requirements

  • ENGR 104 Engineering Graphics and CAD Applications
  • ENGR 105 Introduction to Engineering
  • ENGR 155 Robotics and Experimental Physics
  • ENGR 302 Engineering Mechanics I: Statics
  • ENGR 303 Engineering Mechanics II: Solids
  • ENGR 307 Fluid Mechanics
  • ENGR 308 Thermodynamics
  • ENGR 325 Hydrogeology
  • ENGR 313 Hydrology
  • ENGR 401 Hydraulics
  • ENGR 411-412 Senior Design Project
  • ENGR 424 Ground Water Flow Modeling

II. Emphasis Requirements

 A. Engineering Mechanics Emphasis

  • ENGR 304 Engineering Mechanics III: Dynamics
  • ENGR 305 Electronics and Circuits Analysis I
  • ENGR 310 Structures I
  • ENGR 311 Matrix Methods for Structures
  • ENGR 444 Computational Methods for Engineering Mechanics
  • Engineering Elective (1-4 credits)

B.  Environment and Public Health Emphasis

  • ENGR 300 Field Experience*
  • ENGR 323 Water Quality
  • ENGR 324 Air Quality
  • ENGR 326 Energy and the Environment
  • ENGR 327 Land and Stream Restoration
  • ENGR/HS 329 Public Health and the Environment
  • ENGR 405 Water Wastewater

* Pending approval.

II. Other Program Requirements

  • MA 131 Calculus of Single Variable Functions or MA 121-122 Differential and Integral Calculus
  • MA 141 Introduction to Mathematical Modeling
  • MA 233 Multivariable Calculus
  • MA 334 Differential Equations and Linear Algebra II
  • PHYS 205-206 Engineering Physics I and II
  • BI 102 Human Biology
  • CH 111 Essentials of Chemistry
  • EC 203 Project Management Economics
  • PHIL 206 or 207 Ethics Course*
  • Students must take the Fundamental of Engineering (FE) exam within nine months prior to receiving the degree.

*PHIL 206 or 207 are recommended, but any philosophy ethics course is acceptable.

A. Engineering Mechanics Emphasis

  • MA 315 Probability and Statistics
  • MA 342 Applied Numerical Methods and Analysis
  • MA 421 Mathematical Optimization, Applications, and Analysis
  • CS 110 Introduction to Computer Science:  Java Programming

B. Environment and Public Health Emphasis

  • HS 230 Introduction to Epidemiology
  • MA 314 Probability and Statistics for Engineers
  • CHS 330 Introduction to Community Health
  • CHS 333 Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation of Health Programs

To earn a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in engineering science, a student must earn a grade of "C" or better in all of the courses listed under "Major Program Requirements," under the appropriate "Emphasis Requirements," and under "Other Program Requirements." A lesser grade in any of these courses must be replaced before the Bachelor of Science degree with a major in engineering science will be granted. In addition, lesser grades in any of these courses preclude taking subsequent courses for which the deficient courses are a prerequisite.

Students must also complete the CORE curriculum requirements (see Carroll College 2013-2014 Catalog, pages 87-89).