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Associate of Science in Pre-Engineering

This degree focuses on preparing you for future success in engineering school.

  • Be accepted into a school of engineering
  • Pursue a career as a biomedical engineer, chemical engineer, mechanical engineer, and beyond
  • Understand the various industries of engineering

While earning your Associate of Science in Pre-Engineering, you can expect to take courses including General Chemistry, Programming, Calculus, and Statics.


Visit the University Catalog page for the most up-to-date curriculum requirements

39 total credit hours including:

  • CHEM 1013 Gen Chem 1
  • CHEM 1111 Gen Chem 1 Lab
  • CHEM 1011 Gen Chem 1 Problem Session
  • CHEM 1023 Gen Chem 2
  • CHEM 1221 Gen Chem 2 Lab
  • CHEM 1021 Gen Chem 2 Problem Session
  • IT 2053 Programming 1
  • IT 3033 Programming 2
  • MATH 2015 Calculus 1
  • MATH 2025 Calculus 2
  • MATH 3013 Calculus 3
  • PHSC 2015 Calc Based Phys 1
  • PHSC 2025 Calc Based Phys 2

The requirements above are specific requirements for this major. You must also fulfill general education requirements and general bachelor’s (or associate or associate of science in health science) degree requirements. Please refer to the Newman University Catalog for details. After admission to Newman University, your Newman advisor can help explain program and university requirements.


David Shubert
Director of the College of Science and Mathematics
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