Undergraduate

Push your passion further at CMU, where you'll have exciting opportunities to explore your career interests.

A degree through CMU's nationally accredited engineering-related programs will prepare you for a variety of careers such as a biomechanical engineer, development engineer, project manager or robotics specialist.

Our mechanical and electrical engineering programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET Inc., and the industrial technology management program is accredited by The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering.

Engineering Programs

  • Computer Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Engineering Science: Biomedical Engineering Concentration
  • Mechanical Engineering

Engineering Technology Programs

  • Mechanical Engineering Technology

Technology Management Programs

  • Construction Management
  • Industrial Technology Management: Computer-Aided Product Design
  • Industrial Technology Management: Manufacturing Technology

Engineering Programs

Engineering majors prepare you to help solve many exciting and demanding problems including important global issues related to energy and the environment, as well as the development of new devices, products, and materials. You will work with advanced computer simulations and modern, well-equipped laboratories that provide exciting and valuable hands-on experience.

Computer Engineering (B.S.Cmp.E.) 

Minimum total for graduation: 130-136 hours

Required Courses (63 hours)

  • CPS 181 - Introduction to Data Structures 3(3-0)
  • CPS 340 - Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms 3(3-0)
  • EGR 120 - Introduction to Engineering 3(3-0)
  • EGR 190 - Digital Circuits 3(3-0)
  • EGR 290 - Circuit Analysis I 3(3-0)
  • EGR 292 - Circuit Analysis II 3(3-0)
  • EGR 298 - Microelectronic Circuits I 3(3-0)
  • EGR 390 - Computer System Design using HDL 3(3-0)
  • EGR 391 - Signal and System Theory 3(3-0)
  • EGR 392 - Microelectronic Circuits II 3(3-0)
  • EGR 393 - Circuit Lab 3(1-4)
  • EGR 396 - Microprocessor Fundamentals 3(3-0)
  • EGR 398 - Microelectronics and Computer Lab 3(2-2)
  • EGR 480 - Digital Integrated Circuit Design with FPGAs 3(3-0)
  • EGR 481 - Embedded System Design 3(3-0)
  • EGR 482 - Design and Organization of Computer Hardware Systems 3(3-0)
  • EGR 484 - Digital Signal Processing 3(3-0)
  • EGR 487 - Introduction to VLSI Systems 3(3-0)
  • EGR 489 - Senior Design I 3(2-2)
  • EGR 499 - Senior Design II 3(1-4)

Electives (3 hours)

Select at least 3 hours from the following engineering courses:

  • EGR 251 - Engineering Statics 3(3-0)
  • EGR 371 - Robotics & Automation 3(2-2)
  • EGR 388 - Introduction to Electromagnetics 3(3-0)
  • EGR 491 - CMOS Circuit Design 3(3-0)
  • EGR 492 - Automatic Control Systems 3(3-0)
  • EGR 496 - Communication Systems 3(3-0)

Total: 66 semester hours

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 Electrical Engineering Major (B.S.E.E.)


Minor:
Optional
Minimum total for graduation:
130-134 hours

Engineering Science: Biomedical Engineering Concentration (B.S.E.S.)
 
Minimum total for graduation: 130-136 hours
Required Courses (67 hours)
  • BIO 110 - Concepts of Biology 4(3-3)
  • BIO 208 - Microbiology 3(2-3)
  • BIO 324 - Cell Biology 3(3-0)
  • BIO 392 - Mammalian Physiology 4(3-3)
  • CHM 345 - Organic Chemistry I 3(3-0)
  • CHM 346 - Organic Chemistry II 3(3-0)
  • CHM 349 - Introduction to Organic Chemistry Lab 2(0-8)
  • CHM 425 - Introductory Biochemistry 3(3-0)
  • EGR 120 - Introduction to Engineering 3(3-0)
  • EGR 190 - Digital Circuits 3(3-0)
  • EGR 251 - Engineering Statics 3(3-0)
  • EGR 253 - Engineering Dynamics 3(3-0)
  • EGR 255 - Strength of Materials 3(3-0)
  • EGR 290 - Circuit Analysis I 3(3-0)
  • EGR 355 - Engineering Materials 3(3-0)
  • EGR 356 - Thermodynamics I 3(3-0)
  • EGR 358 - Fluid Mechanics 3(3-0)
  • EGR 458 - Measurement and Instrumentation Laboratory 3(1-4)
  • EGR 470 - Engineering Biomechanics 3(3-0)
  • EGR 489 - Senior Design I 3(2-2)
  • EGR 499 - Senior Design II 3(1-4)
  • IET 154 - Engineering Design Graphics 3(2-2)
Electives (3 hours)
 
Select at least 3 hours from the following courses:
  • EGR 292 - Circuit Analysis II 3(3-0)
  • EGR 298 - Microelectronic Circuits I 3(3-0)
  • EGR 371 - Robotics & Automation 3(2-2)
  • EGR 397 - Special Topics in Engineering 1-6(Spec)
  • EGR 476 - Mechanics of Composite Materials 3(3-0)
  • EGR 477 - Finite Element Analysis 3(3-0)
  • EGR 478 - Advanced Mechanics of Materials 3(3-0)
  • EGR 479 - Fracture and Fatigue Analysis 3(3-0)
  • MTH 223 - Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory 3(3-0)
  • MTH 334 - Differential Equations 3(3-0)
  • Or as approved by the School Director

Note: MTH 223 and 334 may not be counted as both an elective on the major and on Option B of the Mathematics and Science Requirements II on the BSES degree.

Total: 70 semester hours

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Mechanical Engineering Major (B.S.M.E.)


Minor:
Optional
Minimum total for graduation:
130-134 hours


Engineering Technology Programs (B.S.E.T.)

Designed to prepare you for a career related to mechanical engineering technology.

Major: Mechanical Engineering Technology
Minor: Optional. If you wish to complete a minor you are encouraged to select Computer Science, Mathematics, or Physics.
Minimum total for graduation:
124 hours

Mechanical Engineering Technology Major

Technology Management Programs (B.A., B.A.A., B.S. – Plan A or B)

Programs to prepare you for planning careers in industry with an emphasis on technology applications and their management. 

Construction Management 

A degree in construction management will prepare you for a career supervising, estimating or managing residential, commercial or industrial construction projects.


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Industrial Technology Management: Computer-Aided Product Design Concentration


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Industrial Technology Management:
Manufacturing Technology Concentration

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