College of Engineering, Informatics, and Applied Sciences

2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog Progression Plans are for planning purposes
only; see the catalog for official details.

Multidisciplinary Engineering, Bachelor of Science

Progression Plan-Classic Engineering Design - Emphasis

Campus Availability

  • Flagstaff

Year 1

Course Description Units Notes
1. EGR 186 Introduction To Engineering Design 3
2. ME 180 or CENE 180 3
3. MAT 136 Calculus I 4 JACKSPLANNER Notes
Notes: This course may also satisfy a Liberal Studies requirement: Science and Applied Science.
4. CHM 151 General Chemistry I 4
5. CHM 151L General Chemistry I Lab 1
Course Description Units Notes
1. MAT 137 Calculus II 4 JACKSPLANNER Notes
Notes: This course may also satisfy a Liberal Studies requirement: Math Foundation.
2. PHY 161 University Physics I 4 JACKSPLANNER Notes
Notes: This course may also satisfy a Liberal Studies requirement: LAB Science.
3. CS 122, CS 126, or INF 110 2 JACKSPLANNER Notes
Notes: If you choose CS 122 or CS 126, you must complete the corresponding lab.
4. CS 122L or CS 126L 1 JACKSPLANNER Notes
Notes: This course is only required if you choose to complete CS 122 or CS 126. This course is not required if you choose to complete INF 110, and may be removed from your planner.
5. Foundation English 4

Year 2

Course Description Units Notes
1. PHY 262 University Physics II 3 JACKSPLANNER Notes
Notes: This course may also satisfy a Liberal Studies requirement: Science and Applied Science.
2. MAT 238 Calculus III 4
3. ME 240 Materials Science 3
4. CENE 251 Applied Mechanics Statics 3
5. ITG 121 Innovation And Design Thinking 3
Course Description Units Notes
1. ART 174 New Media Foundations 3 JACKSPLANNER Notes
Notes: This course may also satisfy a Liberal Studies requirement: Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry.
2. CENE 286, EE 286, EGR 286 or ME 286 3 JACKSPLANNER Notes
Notes: Each course has different pre-requisites. Please plan your schedule with the necessary pre-requisites for the course you choose to ensure a smooth progression.
3. ME 252 Applied Mechanics Dynamics 3
4. CENE 253 Mechanics Of Materials 3
5. CENE 253L Mechanics Of Materials Lab 1
6. General Elective Course 3

Year 3

Course Description Units Notes
1. ME 365 Machine Design I 3
2. CENE 225 or STA 275 3
3. ITG 201 Ideation 3 JACKSPLANNER Notes
Notes: This course may also satisfy a Liberal Studies requirement: Social and Political Worlds.
4. ART 378 New Media: Environmental And Social Issues 3
5. MDE Technical Elective 2 JACKSPLANNER Notes
Notes: In consultation with your advisor, select additional 200-level or higher AST, BIO, CENE, CHM, CS, EE, GLG, GSP, INF, ITG, MAT, ME, PHY and STA (excluding STA 270) courses.
Course Description Units Notes
1. ME 482 Advanced Cad/Cam 3
2. CENE 386W, EGR 333W, EGR 386W or ME 386W 3
3. ART 274 New Media: 2d/3d Digital Fabrication 3 JACKSPLANNER Notes
Notes: This course may also satisfy a Liberal Studies requirement: Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry.
4. ART 376 New Media: Physical Computing And Robotics 3
5. CST 111 Fundamentals Of Public Speaking 3 JACKSPLANNER Notes
Notes: This course may also satisfy a Liberal Studies requirement: Social and Political Worlds.

Year 4

Course Description Units Notes
1. EGR 476C Engineering Design I 2
2. ME 467 Manufacturing Processes 3
3. ITG 301 Writing For Innovation 3
4. Liberal Studies and/or Diversity 3 JACKSPLANNER Notes
Notes: Courses in US Ethnic and Global Diversity are required. Double dipping liberal studies and diversity is encouraged. See academic catalog for details.
5. General Elective Course 3
Course Description Units Notes
1. EGR 486C Engineering Design II 3
2. Liberal Studies and/or Diversity 3 JACKSPLANNER Notes
Notes: Courses in US Ethnic and Global Diversity are required. Double dipping liberal studies and diversity is encouraged. See academic catalog for details.
3. General Elective Course 3
4. General Elective Course 3
5. General Elective Course 3

General Information

Progression Plans are intended to provide a general road map related to the sequencing of courses. The use of Progression Plans does not constitute a contract with the University. Progression Plans are a planning tool to help you define a pathway towards degree completion.

The NAU academic catalog is the official, authoritative source for all academic requirements and policies. Any discrepancies in curricular requirements from other sources will default to the academic catalog as the official, authoritative source. For a full description of degree requirements and course descriptions, refer to the Academic Catalog (link at the top of the page).

Some courses may have prerequisites and/or require an appropriate placement score (i.e. Mathematics and English). If you do not have the prerequisite course(s) or placement, you may have to take more courses than are presented on the Progression Plan.

If you are an NAU student, Jacks Planner (an interactive version of progression plans) may be available to you. To get to Jacks Planner, log into your Student Center in LOUIE and click on Jacks Planner.