School of Engineering

Curriculum

The curriculum currently consists of 51 semester hours of Core Courses and 9 semester hours of Engineering Electives (see Curriculum and Admission Requirements)

Current Course Offerings

The courses shown under "Fall" and "Spring" are the current planned schedule of offerings each year with one exception. Senior elective courses may not be offered if enrollment does not meet directed minimums. Consult WIU Course Search for offerings in a particular semester.

Fall
  • ENGR 105: Engineering Graphics
  • MATH 133: Calculus I w/analytic geometry
  • MATH 231: Calculus III w/analytic geometry
  • PHYS 211: University Physics I
  • ENGR 212: Engineering Dynamics (QC & Macomb!)
  • ENGR 251: Strength of Materials (QC & Macomb!)
  • ENGR 300: Engineering Thermodynamics
  • ENGR 320: Mechanical Design
  • ENGR 331: Engineering Project Management
  • ENGR 351: Engineering Material Science
  • ENGR 370: Micro-Electronics I
  • ENGR 410: Intermediate Thermo-Fluid Dynamics*
  • ENGR 453: Geotechnical Design*
  • ENGR 460: Steel Design*
  • ENGR 471: Micro-Electronics II*
  • ENGR 472: Mechatronics II*
  • ENGR 490: Engineering Senior Design
  • ENGR 491: Engineering Internship
Spring
  • ENGR 105: Engineering Graphics
  • MATH 134: Calculus II w/analytic geometry
  • MATH 333: ODE
  • ENGR 211: Statics (QC & Macomb)
  • PHYS 213: University Physics III
  • ENGR 220: Computational Methods for Engineers (QC & Macomb)
  • ENGR 271: Engineering Electrical Circuits (QC & Macomb)
  • ENGR 310: Fluid Dynamics
  • ENGR 340: Manufacturing Engineering
  • ENGR 360: Structural Design
  • ENGR 411: Heat Transfer*
  • ENGR 461: Concrete Design*
  • ENGR 470: Mechatronics I
  • ENGR 473: Industrial Controls*
  • ENGR 481: Finite Element Analysis*
  • ENGR 490: Engineering Senior Design
  • ENGR 491: Engineering Internship

* Must meet minimum enrollment, course may be cancelled without notice.

Curriculum Equivalency Charts

Western Illinois University and Illinois Articulation Initiative Equivalency (pdf)

Curriculum Roadmaps