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Engineering-Related Courses at Augsburg

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Pre-Engineering

(basically, the first four semesters of a Physics major), relevant for all Engineering fields.

  • General Physics I and II (PHY 121, 122)
  • General Chemistry I and II (CHM 115, 116)
  • Calculus I, II, and III (MAT 145, 146, 245)
  • Modern Physics (PHY 245)
  • Special Functions of Mathematical Physics (PHY 327)
  • Students with limited math and science experience in high school can take “SCI 114 Exploring Science and Engineering” to develop the skills required prior to taking this pre-engineering coursework.

Physics Courses

  • Electronics (PHY 261)
  • Biophysics (PHY 317)
  • Classical Mechanics (PHY 351)
  • Electricity and Magnetism (PHY 365)
  • Comprehensive Laboratory I and II (PHY 395, 396)

Chemistry Courses

  • Organic Chemistry I and II (CHM 251, 252)
  • Quantitative Analytical Chemistry (CHM 280)
  • Physical Chemistry: Macro (CHM 362)
  • Physical Chemistry: Micro (CHM 368)
  • Biochemistry (CHM 369)

Mathematics Courses

  • Linear Algebra (MAT 246)
  • Discrete Mathematical Structures (MAT 271)
  • Statistical Modeling (MAT 273)
  • Numerical Mathematics and Computation (MAT 355)
  • Modeling and Differential Equations in Biological and Natural Sciences (MAT 369)

Computer Science Courses

  • Introduction to Computer Programming (Python) (CSC 165)
  • Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming (Java) (CSC 170)
  • Data Structures (CSC 210)
  • Information Security and Assurance (CSC 240)
  • Game Programming on the Web (CSC 250)
  • UNIX and C (CSC 272)
  • Algorithms (CSC 320)

Biology and Environmental Studies Courses

  • Introductory Biology (BIO 151)
  • Evolution, Ecology, and Diversity (BIO 152)
  • Conservation Biology (BIO 420)
  • Ecology (BIO 481)
  • Environmental Connections (ENV 100)
  • Environmental Science (ENV 320)
  • Field Research Methods and Investigation (ENV 360)

Humanities and Social Sciences

  • Principles of Microeconomics (ECO 113)
  • Scientific and Technical Public Speaking (COM 115)
  • City and Regional Planning (SOC/URB 381)