In the five-year engineering transfer program, the first two years are taken at the Camden College of Arts and Sciences. The last three years are taken at the School of Engineering at Rutgers University-New Brunswick. The bachelor of science (B.S.) degree is conferred by the School of Engineering and the bachelor of arts (B.A.) degree is conferred by the School of Arts and Sciences.
Elective courses in the social sciences and humanities, generally totaling 18-24 credits, are required for graduation from the New Brunswick schools. A list of suitable electives is available in the advising office. Required courses follow.
50:350:101 English Composition I (3)
50:640:121 Unified Calculus I + Recitation (4)
50:750:131 Elements of Physics I (3)
50:750:133 Introductory Physics Laboratory I (1)
Elective (3 or 4)
50:750:140 Introduction to Scientific Programming (3)
50:640:122 Unified Calculus II + Recitation (4)
50:750:132 Elements of Physics II (3)
50:750:134 Introductory Physics Laboratory II (1)
Two electives (6-8)
50:160:115 Chemical Principles I (3)
50:160:125 Chemical Principles Laboratory I (1)
50:640:221 Unified Calculus III (4)
50:750:233 Electric Circuits I (3)
50:750:235 Electric Circuits Laboratory I (1)
50:750:253 Mechanics I (3)
50:160:116 Chemical Principles II (3)
50:160:126 Chemical Principles Laboratory II (1)
50:640:314 Elementary Differential Equations (3)
50:750:232 Elements of Modern Physics (3)
50:750:291 Mechanics of Materials (3)
Elective (3 or 4)
Students planning to major in electrical and computer engineering should also take 50:750:234 Electric Circuits II, 50:750:236 Electric Circuits Laboratory II, 50:960:283 Introduction to Statistics, 50:198:113 Object-Oriented Programming, and 50:198:114 Software Lab II; 50:160:116 Chemical Principles II and 50:160:126 Chemical Principles II Lab are not required. Mechanical engineering majors must also take 50:750:254 Mechanics II. Students planning to major in chemical engineering should take 50:160:115-116 Chemical Principles I,II in the first year and 50:160:335-336 Organic Chemistry I,II in the sophomore year.
Junior, Senior, and Fifth Years
Same as programs starting in New Brunswick.