Pre-Engineering

Students interested in pursuing a career in an engineering field can get a great start at Faulkner University. The requirements for the first two years of a typical engineering program may be earned by taking an appropriate combination of core, mathematics and science courses.

Example

A future engineering major may transfer the following course work from Faulkner University into Auburn University’s Samuel Ginn College of Engineering program:

English Composition I/II; Western Civilization I/II; General Psychology; Principles of Microeconomics; Ethics and Society (Bible); Appreciation of Music, Art, or Theater; Computer Applications; Calculus I/II/III; Literature I/II; Differential Equations; and Physics I/II

Additional Opportunities

Depending upon the specific engineering subfield of interest students may also take substantial additional course work toward their degree requirements at this institution;

  • Aerospace Engineering: General Chemistry I; Linear Algebra
  • Biosystems Engineering: General Chemistry I/II (Forest option – only Chemistry I); Principles of Biology I/II,
  • Chemical Engineering: General Chemistry I/II; Organic Chemistry I/II; Intro. Psychology
  • Civil Engineering: General Chemistry I/ II
  • Electrical Engineering: General Chemistry I; Linear Algebra; C++ Programming; Java Programming
  • Forest Engineering: General Chemistry I; Principles of Biology I
  • Industrial Systems Engineering: General Chemistry I; Linear Algebra
  • Materials Engineering: General Chemistry I/II, Linear Algebra, C++ Programming
  • Mechanical Engineering: General Chemistry I; Linear Algebra
  • Software Engineering: Linear Algebra; Java Programming
  • Textile Engineering: General Chemistry I/II; C++ Programming
  • Wireless Engineering: General Chemistry I; Linear Algebra; C++ Programming; Java Programming

Admission requirements for some engeneering schools in Alabama