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• First-time college students or transfers
• Students 18-22
• Residential students at our main campus
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The programs of Bachelors of Science in Engineering Physics or Engineering Science are dual-degree programs with Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) & Kennesaw State University (KSU).
This degree program provides the opportunity for a student to study for three years at Piedmont University and then transfer to either Georgia Tech or KSU. Upon completion of their studies, the student will receive a B.S. in Engineering from Georgia Tech or KSU as well as a B.S. in Engineering Physics or Engineering Science from Piedmont University.
Because of the special nature of the dual-degree program, the baccalaureate degree will not be conferred by Piedmont University, Georgia Tech, or Kennesaw State until all requirements established by both the involved institutions have been met satisfactorily.
They are designed for students who wish to receive a base of knowledge in physics and mathematics at Piedmont University before advancing to study a specific school of engineering at either Georgia Tech or Kennesaw State.
What classes will I take?
MATH 2450. Calculus I
MATH 2460. Calculus II
MATH 2470. Calculus III
MATH 3000. Introduction to Differential Equations
MATH 3550. Linear Algebra
PHYS 2110. General Physics I
PHYS 2120. General Physics II
PHYS 3010. Adv Physics Lab I
PENG 2000. Engineering Statics
BUSA 1210. Principles of Economics (required by Georgia Tech)
Any two PHY 300 or higher
(Except PHY 4600 Circuits)
CHEM 1101. General Chemistry I
CLAB 1101. General Chemistry I
Lab PHIL (RELG) 3305. Ethics
CSCI 1371. Computer Programming
HIST 1111. World History To The Mid 17th Century
HIST 1112. World History Since The Mid 17th Century
POSC 1101. American Government
Students will also need the following to meet Georgia Tech requirements:
BUSA1210. Principles of Economics
Prepare to Make a Life
What can I do with a major in ENGINEERING?
Piedmont students have gone on to pursue careers in:
- Quality Control
- Mechanical Engineering
- Applied Mechanics
- Automotive Design
- Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Systems
- Technical Sales
- Energy Systems