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General Engineering Program

Undergraduate

Undergraduate Programs

The Bachelor of Science General Engineering degree program provides students a technical degree with concentrations designed to meet the needs of the individual student, especially those preparing for interdisciplinary engineering work or graduate study in fields such as law, medicine, business, or education. As such, our program offers a wide variety of courses that introduce students to engineering and engineering design while providing students with the ethical framework to understand the current and future needs of society.  are committed to advance the state of knowledge through active, problem-based academic activities relevant to the engineering profession and the local and global community. Students will customize their degree to concentrate on an area of interest and culminate their learning experience with a multidisciplinary senior capstone design project that particularly focuses on the integration of their learning with the needs of society.

The bachelor’s degree program in general engineering requires completion of 189 units. In addition to fulfilling the University Core Curriculum requirements, students use electives (including engineering electives) to focus on an area of interest within engineering or to combine engineering with other areas. The requirements of the major are listed below.

English

  • ENGL 181

Mathematics and Natural Science

  • MATH 11, 12, 13, 14

  • AMTH 106 or MATH 22 

  • AMTH 108 (or other approved upper-division mathematics elective)

  • CHEM 11

  • PHYS 31, 31L, 32, 32L, 33, 33L

  • MECH 15, 15L

Engineering

  • ENGR 1, 1L

  • ENGR 110

  • BIOE 10

  • CENG 41, 43, 43L

  • COEN 10 and 10L (or other approved programming course and lab)

  • ELEN 21, 21L

  • ELEN 50, 50L, 115, 115L

  • MECH 10, 10L, 11, 121

Design Sequence from one of the following options:

  • BIOE 194, 195, 196
  • CENG 192A, 193, 194

  • COEN 194, 195, 196

  • ELEN 194, 195, 196

  • ENGR 194, 195, 196

  • MECH 194, 195, 196

Electives

  • 36 upper-division units defining a coherent concentration, selected in consultation with an academic advisor

Contact Us

Program Director: Jes Kuczenski
Administrative Assistant: Maxine Baulknight

Main Office: Heafey 242

General Engineering
Santa Clara University
500 El Camino Real
Santa Clara, CA 95053

Heafey-Bergin, Bldg. 202

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