Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State University and the University of Colorado cooperate with Adams State University to facilitate transfer of credit for the courses listed in the pre-engineering program. Engineering programs differ in their requirements for the first two years.
- Consultation with the pre-engineering advisor at Adams State University is essential to ensure proper transfer of credit. Failure to work with a pre-engineering advisor might result in loss of credit during transfer and additional coursework. Advisement is particularly necessary in the selection of elective courses to prevent a delay in graduating from a participating engineering school. The coursework listed below is a typical schedule for students interested in engineering.
- Freshman Year:
- Sophomore Year:
- MATH 327: Differential Equations (3 hours)
- PHYS 243: Dynamics (3 hours)
- PHYS 244: Electric Circuits (3 hours)
- Fine Arts/Humanities or History Government Electives (6 credits)
Humanities and social science electives are dependent on the intended major. Students should consult with their pre-engineering advisor before selecting these courses. Possible courses include: ECON 255—Principles of Economics I, AR 103—Art Awareness, PSYC 106—General Psychology, and courses in English literature, foreign languages, history, music, and philosophy.