Engineering Core Requirements (117 credits)
Core engineering classes emphasize development of engineering, science, and critical thinking skills common to the profession of engineering. Some flexibility is provided within the core, allowing students, in consultation with their academic advisors, to select the best courses to achieve their professional goals.
All students are required to present 47 to 64 credits of core courses depending upon the engineering concentration selected. In addition, the indicated minimum requirements must be satisfied within each individual section of the core.
Math and Science Fundamentals (39 Credits)
Additional Science Coursework is listed within each concentration's requirements.
Engineering Tools and Methods (22 Credits)
Engineering Introduction and Tools: (12)
Problem Formulation and Solution: (10)
Materials and Experimentation (4 credits)
Engineering Project Experience (8 Credits)
*Engineering design elective must be approved by the instructor for ENGR 497.
ENGR 495: 3 quarters of Colloquium are required.
Engineering General Studies Requirements (44 credits)
The general studies content within the engineering curriculum is similar to the standard General Studies requirements for the baccalaureate degree at Walla Walla University. However, there are important differences that must be observed. Forty-four credits must be distributed as follows:
Communication Skills (11)
Writing: (8 credits)
Speech: (3 credits)
|SPCH 101||Fundamentals of Speech Communication||
|SPCH 207||Small Group Communication||
Physical Education (2)
The physical education requirements can be met by choosing 100-level activity courses (PEAC 107-195)
Ethics and Belief Studies (18)
Six credits must be upper-division. Six credits must be RELB courses. See Religion General Studies section of this bulletin.
Historical and Contemporary Issues (10)
One course, 3-4 credits, must be upper-division
|DRMA 363||History of Theatre (or ENGL 363)||
Social Sciences (4)
Business and Economics:
History and Political Science:
Approved Electives (No Minimum)