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MATH 2450. Calculus I
MATH 2460. Calculus II
MATH 2470. Calculus III
MATH 3000. Introduction to Differential Equations
MATH 3550. Linear Algebra
PHYS 2110. University Physics I
PHYS 2120. University Physics II
PENG 2000. Engineering Statics
BUSA 1210. Principles of Economics (required by Georgia Tech)
Any two PHYS 3000 or higher
(Except PHYS 4600 Circuits)
CHEM 1101. General Chemistry I
CLAB 1101. General Chemistry I
Lab PHIL (RELG) 3305. Ethics
CSCI 1301. 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
Engineer Your Future.
Engineering is key to almost every industry. From home building to new product development, utility management to modern research, engineering is the key to our modern society. Piedmont University offers a high-quality education with multiple opportunities and multiple degrees!
Piedmont University offers three different engineering degree opportunities – all dual degrees with some of the country’s best engineering schools. Piedmont, in partnership with the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), Kennesaw State University (KSU), and the University of North Dakota (UND), offers Bachelor of Science degrees in Engineering Physics, Engineering Science, and Engineering Praxis.
Students who choose the first two degree programs will spend three years at Piedmont University before transferring to one of our partner institutions. Participants will learn mathematical and scientific foundational knowledge for the first three years before they transfer to study a more specific engineering field. Although this program is a collaborative endeavor, Piedmont University prides itself on offering a unique and enriching liberal arts education for students in the dual degree program.
The third degree option, the Engineering Praxis degree, allows students to take courses at Piedmont University and UND simultaneously throughout their program as a student on the Demorest campus. Courses with UND are taught online through our partnership with the Low Cost Models Consortium (LCMC). Students will graduate from both schools receiving the BS in Engineering Praxis from Piedmont and an engineering degree from UND. The engineering programs offered are chemical, civil, electrical, and mechanical. Students may need to spend a few weeks in the summer at UND depending on the program.
Upon completion of their studies, students will receive a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Georgia Tech, KSU, or UND as well as a BS in Engineering Physics, Engineering Science, or Engineering Praxis from Piedmont University.
Due to the specialized nature of this program, the baccalaureate degree will not be conferred by any of these institutions until all requirements are met by both involved institutions.
Piedmont Is One Step in Your Engineering Career
The engineering program provides students with a plethora of engaging opportunities: cutting-edge research starting from year one, student-to-faculty mentoring, and the benefits of both a liberal arts and technical education.
Students in our program aren’t just looking for academic success. They also yearn for a community with which they can engage. Thanks to our diverse student population, welcoming and supportive faculty, career services, and athletic programs, Piedmont’s dual program is an amazing, holistic choice for students pursuing engineering.
Piedmont is dedicated to offering the ultimate college experience to all dual program students and aims for maximum outcome, providing services that prepare students for bright futures in engineering!