Prepare for Entry into an Engineering Program
Post University’s pre-engineering track is designed for students who plan to seek their engineering degrees from other universities after graduation. The course content helps you fulfill your prerequisite courses, in addition to the required courses for your major. Any student can declare the pre-engineering track and prepare for an engineering program; however, this track is best suited for biology or computer information systems students.
Our pre-engineering track is neither a degree program nor concentration. It is recommended coursework that is commonly required by engineering schools, which includes:
- College Writing I
- Literature and Composition
- Calculus I and II
- Multivariable Calculus I
- General Chemistry I and General Chemistry I Lab
- General Chemistry II and General Chemistry II Lab
- General Physics I and General Physics I Lab
- General Physics II and General Physics II Lab
- Two Social Science Electives
- Two Humanities Electives
- One Fine Arts Elective
Some engineering programs require specific courses or disciplines within social sciences, humanities and fine arts. Students interested in Chemical, Computer, or Software Engineering should plan to work with their Academic Advisor to identify appropriate discipline-specific courses in CHM and CIS.
A pre-engineering advisor will work with your academic advisor to guide you through this track. Together, they will help you research the requirements for your specific school(s) of interest and design a course plan that meets your needs. At Post University, we take a personal interest in your success and will be there to support you every step of your educational journey — from enrollment through graduation.
Begin your path to an engineering degree and career. Call 800.660.6615 today to enroll in our pre-engineering track.
*The pre-engineering track is available to Main Campus students.
The university reserves the right to change or update the curriculum at any time. The university will notify students of any changes officially through the university website.
For full course descriptions please refer to the University Catalog for the current Academic Year.
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