All students should connect with their EGR 121 professor during the first week of class to ensure they are registered for the correct courses.
Students pursuing a four-year Engineering degree at Elon are recommended to take the following courses during their first year:
MTH 151 – Calculus I (4sh)
ENG 110 – Writing: Argument and Inquiry (4sh) or COR 110 – Global Experience (4sh)
PHY 221 – University Physics I & Lab (4sh)
EGR 121 – Grand Challenges in Engineering I (3sh)
EGR 122 – Introduction to MATLAB (2sh)
Elon 101 – Orientation (1sh)
COR – Core Curriculum (4sh)
MTH 251 – Calculus II (4sh)
COR 110 – Global Experience (4sh) or ENG 110 – Writing: Argument and Inquiry (4sh)
PHY 222 – University Physics II & Lab (4sh)
CSC 130 – Computer Science I (4sh)
EGR 123 – Grand Challenges in Engineering II (2sh)
Students in the Four-Year Engineering Program
The following are examples of four-year plans, including a general plan, a plan for Honors Fellows, and a plan for students who wish to study abroad for a semester.
More information on the four-year degree requirements, including details regarding biomedical and computing concentrations, can be found here.
Please contact Dr. Sirena Hargrove-Leak (email@example.com) for any questions regarding the four-year program.
Students in the Dual-Degree Program
The first two years for students in the Dual-Degree program are the same as those in the general course schedule linked above. More information on the program requirements can be found here.
Please contact Dr. Scott Wolter (firstname.lastname@example.org) for any questions regarding the dual-degree program.