# DUAL-DEGREE ENGINEERING

The dual-degree program in engineering allows the student to complete all of the requirements for the degree of bachelor of science with a major in mathematics, including all major requirements as well as those in general education, in three years and a summer of residence at Emporia State University. All that remains after the third year is to meet the requirement of at least 124 semester hours to graduate. The dual-degree program permits the student to transfer back to Emporia State as many hours of engineering courses as are necessary to fulfill the 124-hour requirement, and suspends the residency rule that requires a student to be currently enrolled at the time of graduation. A student can normally expect to graduate from ESU after his/her fourth year in college (and the first at the engineering school), and to receive the B.S. in engineering from either KSU or KU after the fifth year. The dual-degree is available in conjunction only with Kansas State University and The University of Kansas. Listed below are the curricula that should be followed by students in the dual-degree programs with a major in mathematics. For additional information about the engineering program see Physical Science/Engineering.

## DUAL-DEGREE ENGINEERING ESU BACHELOR OF SCIENCE MATHEMATICS MAJOR

Recommended Schedule of Classes:

*FIRST YEAR*

*Fall -- 17 hours*

MA 161 Calculus I 5 hours

EG 101 Composition I 3 hours

CS 260 Programming & Prob. Solving (C++) 3 hours

SP 101 Public Speaking 3 hours

PE 100 Lifetime Fitness 1 hour

PS 100 Intro to Engineering 2 hours

*Spring -- 17 hours*

MA 240 Discrete Mathematics 3 hours

MA 262 Calculus II 5 hours

PH 190 Physics I 3 hours

PH 191 Physics I Lab 1 hour

PH 192 Physics I Recitation 1 hour

EG 102 Composition II 3 hours

PE Activity 1 hour

*(See summer course note, following second year schedule.)*

*SECOND YEAR*

*Fall -- 18 hours*

PH 193 Physics II 3 hours

PH 194 Physics II Lab 1 hour

PH 195 Physics II Recitation 1 hour

MA 263 Calculus III 3 hours

MA 322 Introduction to Linear Algebra 3 hours

Fine Arts Electives (MU 226, AR 105, TA 125) 4 hours

PH 315 Statics 3 hours

*Spring -- 18 hours*

MA 335 Differential Equations I 3 hours

MA 425 Abstract Algebra 3 hours

CS 501 Advanced Computer Programming 3 hours

BC 103 Principles of Economics I 3 hours

PH 316 Dynamics 3 hours

Social Science Elective 3 hours

*Summer -- 10 hours*

CH 123 Chemistry I 3 hours

CH 124 Chemistry I Lab 2 hours

CH 126 Chemistry II 3 hours

CH 127 Chemistry II Lab 2 hours

*Chemistry is offered only on alternate summers, so this session*

*may be shifted to the summer between the first and second year.*

*Not all engineering programs at KU require Chemistry II. Please*

*refer to the table below.*

*THIRD YEAR*

*Fall -- 17 hours*

MA 735 Advanced Calculus I 3 hours

Mathematics Elective 3 hours

Technical Elective 3 hours

Literature Elective 3 hours

Multicultural Elective 3 hours

Fine Arts Elective 2 hours

*Spring -- 18 hours*

MA 380 Probability & Statistics 3 hours

Mathematics Electives 6 hours

Technical Electives 3 hours

Social Science Elective 3 hours

History Electives 6 hours

See *"TECHNICAL ELECTIVES" *and *“GENERAL EDUCATION*

*INFORMATION” *at the end of the Dual Degree

Engineering section.

## DUAL-DEGREE ENGINEERING ESU BACHELOR OF SCIENCE MATHEMATICS MAJOR COMPUTER SCIENCE CONCENTRATION

Recommended Schedule of Classes:

*FIRST YEAR*

*Fall -- 17 hours*

MA 161 Calculus I 5 hours

EG 101 Composition I 3 hours

CS 260 Programming & Prob. Solving (C++) 3 hours

SP 101 Public Speaking 3 hours

PE 100 Lifetime Fitness 1 hour

Technical Elective 2 hours

*Spring -- 17 hours*

MA 240 Discrete Mathematics 3 hours

MA 262 Calculus II 5 hours

PH 190 Physics I 3 hours

PH 191 Physics I Lab 1 hour

PH 192 Physics I Recitation 1 hour

EG 102 Composition II 3 hours

P.E. Activity 1 hour

*(See summer course note, following second year schedule.)*

SECOND YEAR

Fall -- 17 hours

PH 193 Physics II 3 hours

PH 194 Physics II Lab 1 hour

PH 195 Physics II Recitation 1 hour

MA 263 Calculus III 3 hours

MA 322 Introduction to Linear Algebra 3 hours

CS 340 Algorithms & Data Structures I 3 hours

Technical Elective 3 hours

Spring -- 19 hours

MA 335 Differential Equations I 3 hours

MA 425 Abstract Algebra 3 hours

CS 345 Algorithms & Data Structures II 3 hours

CS 501 Advanced Computer Programming 3 hours

Fine Arts Electives (MU 226, AR 105, TA 125) 4 hours

Technical Elective 3 hours

Summer -- 10 hours

CH 123 Chemistry I 3 hours

CH 124 Chemistry I Lab 2 hours

CH 126 Chemistry II 3 hours

CH 127 Chemistry II Lab 2 hours

*Chemistry is offered only on alternate summers, so this session*

*may be shifted to the summer between the first and second year.*

*Not all engineering programs at KU require Chemistry II. Please*

*refer to the table below.*

*THIRD YEAR*

*Fall -- 17 hours*

MA 735 Advanced Calculus I 3 hours

CS 350 Programming Languages 3 hours

EC 103 Principles of Economics I 3 hours

Literature Elective 3 hours

Multicultural Elective 3 hours

Fine Arts Elective 2 hours

Spring -- 18 hours

MA 380 Probability & Statistics 3 hours

Computer Science Elective 3 hours

Technical Elective 3 hours

Social Science Electives 6 hours

History Elective 3 hours

See *"TECHNICAL ELECTIVES" *and *“GENERAL EDUCATION*

*INFORMATION” *at the end of the Dual Degree

Engineering section.

## DUAL-DEGREE ENGINEERING ESU BACHELOR OF SCIENCE MATHEMATICS MAJOR STATISTICS CONCENTRATION

Recommended Schedule of Classes:

*FIRST YEAR*

*Fall -- 17 hours*

MA 161 Calculus I 5 hours

EG 101 Composition I 3 hours

CS 260 Programming & Prob. Solving (C++) 3 hours

SP 101 Public Speaking 3 hours

PE 100 Lifetime Fitness 1 hour

Technical Elective 2 hours

*Spring -- 17 hours*

MA 240 Discrete Mathematics 3 hours

MA 262 Calculus II 5 hours

PH 190 Physics I 3 hours

PH 191 Physics I Lab 1 hour

PH 192 Physics I Recitation 1 hour

EG 102 Composition II 3 hours

P.E. Activity 1 hour

*(See summer course note, following second year schedule.)*

*SECOND YEAR*

*Fall -- 17 hours*

PH 193 Physics II 3 hours

PH 194 Physics II Lab 1 hour

PH 195 Physics II Recitation 1 hour

MA 263 Calculus III 3 hours

MA 322 Introduction to Linear Algebra 3 hours

CS 340 Algorithms & Data Structures I 3 hours

Technical Elective 3 hours

*Spring -- 19 hours*

MA 335 Differential Equations I 3 hours

MA 380 Probability & Statistics 3 hours

MA 425 Abstract Algebra 3 hours

Fine Arts Electives (MU 226, AR 105, TA 125) 4 hours

CS 345 Algorithms & Data Structures II 3 hours

Technical Elective 3 hours

*Summer -- 10 hours*

CH 123 Chemistry I 3 hours

CH 124 Chemistry I Lab 2 hours

CH 126 Chemistry II 3 hours

CH 127 Chemistry II Lab 2 hours

*Chemistry is offered only on alternate summers, so this session*

*may be shifted to the summer between the first and second year.*

*Not all engineering programs at KU require Chemistry II. Please*

*refer to the table below.*

*THIRD YEAR*

*Fall -- 17 hours*

MA 532 Mathematical Statistics I 3 hours

MA 735 Advanced Calculus I 3 hours

EC 103 Principles of Economics I 3 hours

Literature Elective 3 hours

Multicultural Elective 3 hours

Fine Arts Elective 2 hours

*Spring -- 18 hours*

MA 733 Mathematical Statistics II 3 hours

MA 764 Regression Analysis 3 hours

Technical Elective 3 hours

Social Science Electives 6 hours

History Elective 3 hours

## TECHNICAL ELECTIVES FOR DUAL DEGREE ENGINEERING

Technical electives are courses offered at Emporia State

University which will meet certain engineering requirements at

either Kansas State University or the University of Kansas. Please

refer to the information below to see which courses should be

selected.

*(Transfer to Kansas State Univ.) *EECE IE ME

PS 100 Intro to Engineer 2 Elec Elec Elec

PS 200 Intro Engin Graphic 1-2 Elec Req Req

PH 316 Dynamics 3 Req Req Req

PH 410 Elec Circ Anal/Lab 4 Req Req Req

PH 530 Heat & Thermodyn 3 - - - - - - - - -

PH 540 Modern Physics 3 Elec - - - Elec

MA734 Complex Variable 3 Elec - - - Elec

CH126/127 Chem II/Lab 5 Req Req Req

AC 233 Financial Acctg 3 Elec Req Elec

*(Transfer to University of Kansas) *EECE ME

PS 100 Intro to Engineer 2 - - - - - -

PS 200 Intro Engin Graphic 2-3 - - - Req

PH 316 Dynamics 3 Elec - - -

PH 410 Elec Circ Anal/Lab 4 - - - Req

PH 530 Heat & Thermodyn 3 - - - - - -

PH 540 Modern Physics 3 Req* Elec

MA734 Complex Variable 3 Elec Elec

CH126/127 Chem II/Lab 5 - - - Req

AC 233 Financial Acctg 3 - - - - - -

* At KU, PH540 is “required” for DDE-Math and DDE-Statistics; it is an

“elective” for DDE-Computer Science.

## GENERAL EDUCATION INFORMATION FOR DUAL-DEGREE ENGINEERING

**Emporia State University Requirements:**

Students in the dual-degree pre-engineering program must meet the LAS general education requirements with the following exceptions: SP101 must be taken rather than SP100; EC103 must be taken rather than EC101; and a Life Science (4 hrs) and Applied Science (3 hrs) courses are not required. MA 161 (Calculus I) should be substituted for the basic skills mathematics requirement; and CH123/124 (Chemistry I/Lab) for the physical science requirement.

**Kansas State University Requirements:**

KSU requires that all engineering students complete English Composition I, English Composition II (unless an “A” or “B” is earned in English Composition I), public speaking, one course in

physical education, and technical writing (at the junior level). In addition to the required courses, each KSU student is to complete 15 hours in the humanities and social sciences, which includes such areas as anthropology, art, economics, English, geography, history, journalism, modern language (advanced work only), music, philosophy, political science, psychology, sociology

and speech. At least two courses must be taken at the 400 level or above, and not more than three credits may be taken in applied music or applied art.

**The University of Kansas Requirements:**

Students will be required to complete 15-18 semester hours in the areas of humanities and social sciences, depending upon the field of engineering. In selecting courses, students should follow these guidelines: 1) At least one course designated as a humanities course, and one designated as a social science course. 2) At least two courses offered by one department. 3) A maximum of four credits from such areas as band, chorus, orchestra, drawing, painting, and sculpture may be taken for general education credit.