The joint Engineering degree (TTU-ETSU B.S. Eng.) is composed of 128 credit hours. Additional credit hours may be required for pre-requisite study or university requirements. Students must earn at least 32 semester credits at TTU and 32 semester credits at ETSU. Some courses will be offered solely through TTU, some courses will be offered solely through ETSU, and some courses will be available through both institutions.
Students pursuing the Engineering program (TTU-ETSU B.S. Eng.) should expect focused coursework in math and sciences. Students in the program typically begin math studies in Calculus I and II in their first year. Students go on to complete courses in Calculus III, Differential Equations, and Linear Algebra in subsequent semesters.
Students in the program should also expect to complete science sequences in chemistry and calculus-based physics during the first two years of the program.
More information about general engineering and the job potential for this degree is found in What is General Engineering?