Wanting Engineering (WEGR) is not an engineering major code since it is not a degree. It is only available to students who are still in University College. This coding is used with students who are interested in engineering as a major, but do not have the background to begin as an engineering major (would not be admitted as an engineering major). It provides them with an opportunity to take courses that follow the freshman engineering degree pathway with the benefit of having an engineering advisor. Many WEGR students become engineering majors after successfully completing specific required courses (see below). The decision about if and when a student is ready to be changed to an engineering major is determined by the assistant dean.
College of Engineering/College of Pharmacy
Major Entry Requirements
- To become an engineering major, students must have an overall grade point average of 2.00 or better.
- Complete (including transfer credits) the following required courses with a grade point average of 2.00 or better and grades of C- or better in each course: MTH 141, CHM 101, 102, PHY 203, 273, and EGR 105.
- A maximum of three semesters is allowed to demonstrate your ability to continue into engineering.
- WEGR students who are not ready to begin in the first required calculus course, MTH 141, or at least MTH 111, Precalculus, should expect a five-year plan for graduation based on the various engineering curricula requirements.