Engineering First-Year Requirements
Students who are recent high school graduates or who have earned fewer than 30 semester hours of collegiate credit are classified as first-year students and must meet common engineering program requirements. Such credit requirements may be met in a number of ways, including:
- Advanced college-level course work at the University of Dayton or other collegiate institutions,
- Advanced placement examinations,
- Departmental examinations during the first term, or
- Taking the prescribed courses as part of the first year.
|Required First-Year Program||32-35|
|CHM 123||General Chemistry||3|
|CMM 100||Principles of Oral Communication||3|
|EGR 100||Enrichment Workshop 1||0|
|EGR 102||Introduction to the University Experience for Engineers 2||0|
|EGR 103||Engineering Innovation||2|
& ENG 200
|Writing Seminar I|
and Writing Seminar II
|or ENG 200H||Writing Seminar II|
|HST 103||The West & the World 3||3|
& MTH 169
|Analytic Geometry & Calculus I|
and Analytic Geometry & Calculus II
|PHL 103||Introduction to Philosophy||3|
|PHY 206||General Physics I - Mechanics 4||3|
|REL 103||Introduction to Religious and Theological Studies||3|
|Natural Sciences Lab 5||1|
Required both semesters.
EGR 102 or a department specific seminar is required the second semester.
Chemical engineering students must take CHM 124 and CHM 124L in the second semester and postpone one of the three Humanities Base courses until the third semester.
Engineering students take this requirement first or second semester of the first year.
Chemical, civil, and mechanical engineering students must take CHM 123L; computer and electrical engineering students take PHY 210L.
Computer and electrical engineering students take CPS 150 in the first year. Mechanical engineering students take MEE 104L in the first year. Chemical and civil engineering students are not required to take a programming course in the first year.