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Sample Academic Plans Meeting Degree Requirements for
College of Engineering Majors by Campus of Admission

Unless otherwise indicated, the ending campus for the major is University Park.

To view and/or print the suggested plan, click on the desired major at the desired campus in the table below. Refer to Flow Charts for illustrations that show courses that are pre-requisite and/or concurrent. The Schedule of Courses and Undergraduate Bulletin also list pre-requisites and concurrent courses. A student’sacademic plan may not be the same as suggested below. Each student’s plan will depend on some or all of the following: placement test results (e.g., readiness for calculus), transfer credits, change of intended major, participation in special programs such as co-op and study abroad, leave of absence, repetition of courses, attending summer session, etc.

For information about the entrance-to-major process and pool requirements, go to www.engr.psu.edu/AdvisingCenter/ETM.

CAMPUS MAJOR
Abington Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E2, 3, 4 I E M E NUC E SUR E5
Altoona Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E EMET6 G E2, 3, 4 I E M E NUC E SUR E5
Beaver Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E2, 3, 4 I E M E NUC E SUR E5
Berks Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E EMET6 G E2, 3, 4 I E M E NUC E SUR E5
Brandywine Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E2, 3, 4 I E M E NUC E SUR E5
DuBois Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E2, 3, 4 I E M E NUC E SUR E5
Erie Campus
(The Behrend College)
A E1 AERSP B E BME C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E2, 3, 4 I E M E NUC E SUR E5
Fayette Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E2, 3, 4 I E M E NUC E SUR E5
Greater Allegheny Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E2, 3, 4 I E M E NUC E SUR E5
Harrisburg Campus
(The Capitol College)
A E1 AERSP B E BME C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E2, 3, 4 I E M E NUC E SUR E5
Hazleton Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E2, 3, 4 I E M E NUC E SUR E5
Lehigh Valley Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E2, 3, 4 I E M E NUC E SUR E5
Mont Alto Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E2, 3, 4 I E M E NUC E SUR E5
New Kensington Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E EMET6 G E2, 3, 4 I E M E NUC E SUR E5
Schuylkill Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E2, 3, 4 I E M E NUC E SUR E5
University Park Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E2, 3, 4 I E M E NUC E SUR E5
Wilkes-Barre Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E2, 3, 4 I E M E NUC E SUR E5
Worthington Scranton Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E2, 3, 4 I E M E NUC E SUR E5
York Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E EMET6 G E2, 3, 4 I E M E NUC E SUR E5
(1) The plan for students who remain in ENGR status during their second year (not in ENGAE) is included.
(2) The ending campus for G E Applied Materials track is DuBois.
(3) The ending campus for G E Alternative Energy and Power Generation track is Hazleton.
(4) The ending campuses for G E Multidisciplinary Engineering Design track are Abington or Brandywine.
(5) The ending campus for SUR E is Wilkes-Barre.
(6) The ending campuses for EMET are Altoona, Berks, New Kensington, and York.
A E = Architectural Engineering; AERSP = Aerospace Engineering; B E = Biological Engineering; BME = Biomedical Engineering (formerly Bioengineering); C E = Civil Engineering; CH E = Chemical Engineering; CMPEN = Computer Engineering; CMPSC = Computer Science; E SC = Engineering Science; E E = Electrical Engineering; EMET = Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology; G E = General Engineering; I E = Industrial Engineering; M E = Mechanical Engineering; NUC E = Nuclear Engineering; SUR E = Surveying Engineering