The curriculum is designed to foster interdisciplinary connections throughout the degree program.
The systems methods core courses provide a foundation in systems thinking and an introduction to engineering design. This is followed by advanced study in an interdisciplinary area of focus, either bioengineering, environment & energy, or robotics (there is no “general engineering” track). The focus area courses, selected from multiple departments and programs, provide students with a strong foundation and depth to prepare them for professional practice or to pursue graduate study in their focus area.
The major requires completion of 36 courses comprised of: