UNK's Pre-Engineering program is broadly designed to meet the College of Engineering requirements at UNL. Because requirements for specific engineering programs at UNL and other universities may vary, students should always consult with their advisors before registration.

Minimum hours to complete Pre-Engineering program = 61-79

- First Year (28-37 hours)
- Take all of the following:
- CHEM 160GS, General Chemistry - 3 hours
- CHEM 160LGS, General Chemistry Laboratory - 1 hour
- CHEM 161GS*, General Chemistry - 3 hours
- CHEM 161LGS*, General Chemistry Laboratory - 1 hour
- *Only required for some fields of engineering
- CSIS 112, Programming in C - 3 hours
- ENG 101, Introduction to Academic Writing - 3 hours
- ENG 102GS, Academic Writing and Research - 3 hours
- (ENG 101 and ENG 102GS can be replaced by technical writing at UNL)
- MATH 102GS**, College Algebra - 3 hours
- MATH 103GS**, Plane Trigonometry - 3 hours
- MATH 115**, Calculus I with Analytic Geometry - 5 hours
- **Students with sufficient preparation may enter the mathematics program at a higher level reducing total hours needed to complete the pre-professional program.
- Electives (Social Sciences and Humanities) - 0-9 hours

- Take all of the following:
- Second Year (33-42 hours)
- Take all of the following:
- PHYS 213, Electrical Circuits I - 3 hours
- PHYS 213L, Introductory Electrical Laboratory I - 1 hour
- PHYS 275GS, General Physics I (Calculus) - 4 hours
- PHYS 275LGS, General Physics I Laboratory - 1 hour
- PHYS 276GS, General Physics II (Calculus) - 4 hours
- PHYS 276LGS, General Physics II Laboratory - 1 hour
- PHYS 277, Engineering Mechanics - Statics - 3 hours
- MATH 202, Calculus II with Analytic Geometry - 5 hours
- MATH 260, Calculus III - 5 hours
- MATH 305, Differential Equations - 3 hours
- STAT 441, Probability and Statistics - 3 hours
- Electives (Social Sciences and Humanities) - 0-9 hours

- Take all of the following:

Pre-Engineering students can transfer up to 18 hours of social sciences and humanities. Students should check with advisors for more detailed information on approved Electives.

5 May 2010

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