The Study Plan in Engineering Fundamentals, leading to a Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSE-EF), integrates the basics of Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering to provide an interdisciplinary professional career.  The BSE-EF program offers a relevant, BSE1stimulating, and effective course of undergraduate study to produce broadly trained engineers with an understanding of the fundamental principles needed to comprehend modern design, technology, innovations and engineering practices.

The BSE-EF program emphasizes a core background in engineering as a basis for possible further study in business, law, medicine or an engineering discipline leading to professional licensure.  The BSE-EF program is adaptable and can accommodate the development of specific interests and course of study.  Professional employment could include pBSE2ositions at the crucial interface between engineering and society in the global industrial economy.

TheeBSE-EF program includes requisite and approved technical electives, which provides flexibility in the course of study and an introduction to macro and Engineering economics and management as preparation for your professional employment and graduate study. The BSE-EF program requires a requisite and two approved electives in business and management.

BSE-EF Study Plan and Graduation Plan prior to Fall 2017 (124 sh):
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BSE-EF Study Plan and Graduation Plan for Fall 2017 and afterwards (128 sh):
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BSE-EF Prerequisites for Courses (not including GenEd or Business and Technical Electives):
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The Temple University Bulletin for the Bachelor of Science in Engineering is available.

For further information about the Bachelor of Science in Engineering contact the Director: Dr. Dennis Silage silage@temple.edu or the Center for Academic Advising and Student Affairs at the College of Engineering: engineer@temple.edu or 215-204-7800.

 

 

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