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General Engineering Curriculum

Lower Division Curriculum for General Engineering
A General Engineering curriculum is a two-semester program that prepares students for any of the engineering majors offered at LMU.  Students who follow this curriculum will have the foundation necessary for more advanced study in all engineering disciplines.

University Core Requirements for pre-Fall 2015 transfer students
Please consult the University Core requirements page  for additional courses as required by the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering.

Lower Division Major Requirements
BIOL 114: Biology for Engineers No course equivalency
CHEM 111: General Chemistry I Laboratory CHEM 1A: General Chemistry and Chemical Analysis
CHEM 114: General Chemistry for Engineers No course equivalency
ELEC 210: Electric Circuit Analysis ELTRN 9: Principles of DC and Network Analysis
ENGR 16: Engineering Circuits
ENGR 100: Introduction to Engineering Analysis and Problem Solving ENGR 15B: Applied Mechanics
ENGR 160: Algorithms and Applications No course equivalency
ENGR 200: Statics ENGR 15A: Applied Mechanics - Statics
MATH 131: Calculus I MATH 5A: Calculus
MATH 132: Calculus II MATH 5B: Calculus
MATH 234: Calculus III MATH 5C: Calculus
PHYS 101: Introduction to Mechanics PHYS 1A: General Physics
PHYS 201: Introduction to Electricity and Magnetism PHYS 1C: General Physics