Engineering Majors

Undergraduate students in the School of Engineering follow a common first year curriculum.  Students declare a specific engineering major during the second semester of the first-year studies. Following the declaration of a major, each student will begin to follow the curriculum and receive advising specific to their chosen engineering department. SOE students must adhere to school-wide policies in order to graduate.  Students can also refer to Degree Navigator for progress towards degree completion.
 

Engineering Major

Curriculum Information


Aerospace Engineering (650)


Undergraduate Handbook and Curriculum


Applied Sciences in Engineering (073)


Curriculum  


Applied Sciences Engineering
Packaging Engineering
 (073A)


Curriculum


Biomedical Engineering (125)


Undergraduate Handbook and Curriculum


Chemical Engineering (155)

 

Undergraduate Handbook and Curriculum

 

Civil Engineering (180)

 

Undergraduate Handbook and Curriculum

 

Electrical and Computer Engineering (332)

 

Undergraduate Handbook and Curriculum

 

Environmental Engineering (366)

 

Undergraduate Handbook and Curriculum


Industrial Engineering (540)

 

Undergraduate Handbook and Curriculum

 

Materials Science and Engineering (635)


Undergraduate Handbook and Curriculum


Mechanical Engineering (650)


Undergraduate Handbook and Curriculum


Combined BS/Master’s Programs

Rutgers School of Engineering students may apply for admission to a variety of accelerated master’s programs designed to ensure that students graduate with the skills and knowledge—and competitive edge—they need to launch successful careers in a demanding workplace. Four programs are available with a BS in Engineering: BS/MS (or BS/ME),BS/MBA, BS/MBS, and BS/MEd.  Read More>>

Dual Degrees - Double Majors/Minors

Students can earn dual degrees from the School of Engineering and the Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences. Engineering School students must apply to and be accepted by the School of Arts and Sciences and, at the time of graduation, they would receive a separate degree from each school. Applications must be submitted during sophomore or junior year. Read More>>