ENGINEERING ARTS

Program Coordinator: David Bowman                                      

David_Bowman@georgetowncollege.edu

*Students interested in engineering should speak with Dr. David Bowman immediately during the first week of classes.  (ASC 119. tele. 8094, email:  David_Bowman@georgetowncollege.edu

 

In all cases Dual-Degree students must:

1.   Have a minimum of 96 semester hours credited at Georgetown College.

2.   Satisfy the NEXUS program requirement.

3.   Satisfy the Georgetown College Foundations and Core Requirements.

4.   Take at Georgetown College those courses specified from the list(s) below that correspond to the degree sought at the second school.

(Note that some of the Georgetown College General Education Curriculum Requirements will be satisfied by courses on these lists. The courses on these lists are chosen to satisfy requirements at the University of Kentucky.)

5.  Have your final Georgetown College transcript sent to the University of Kentucky (this is part of the application process to the University of Kentucky Engineering Program which effectively treats Georgetown College students as transfer students.)

6.   Pass the comprehensive exam.  The chemical engineering comprehensive is in math, chemistry, and physics.  All other engineering comprehensives are in math and physics.

7.   Complete the chosen degree at the University of Kentucky.

8.  Have your final University of Kentucky transcript sent back to Georgetown College’s registrar’s office and apply for Georgetown College graduation.

 

University of Kentucky College of Engineering (All)

COMM 115 Professional Communication (U.K. requires 3 hours, but all engineering majors except EE, ME, and Materials Engineering have a 1 hour component in required courses.  Note: U.K. has a 1 hour speech course.)

CSC 115 Computer Science I – 3 hours

MAT 125, 225, and 325 Calculus I, II, and III – 9 hours

MAT 345 Differential Equations – 3 hours

PHY 211 and 212 College Physics I and II – 8 hours

PHY 241 Engineering Physics – 3 hours

CHE 111 and 112 General Chemistry I and II – 7 hours

 

University of Kentucky Agricultural Engineering

PHY 313 Thermal Physics – 3 hours

PHY 317 Statics – 3 hours

PHY 319 Dynamics – 3 hours

 

University of Kentucky Chemical Engineering

CHE 113 Chemical Measurements Lab – 1 hour

CHE 201 Organic Chemistry I – 4 hours

CHE 331 Physical Chemistry I – 4 hours

PHY 317 Statics – 3 hours

 

University of Kentucky Civil Engineering

CHE 113 Chemical Measurements Lab – 1 hour

PHY 313 Thermal Physics – 3 hours

PHY 317 Statics – 3 hours

PHY 319 Dynamics – 3 hours

Upper level math elective – 3 hours

 

University of Kentucky Electrical Engineering

CHE 113 Chemical Measurements Lab – 1 hour

PHY 313 Thermal Physics – 3 hours

PHY 317 – Statics – 3 hours

PHY 319 – Dynamics – 3 hours

 

University of Kentucky Mechanical Engineering

CHE 113 Chemical Measurements Lab – 1 hour

PHY 313 Thermal Physics – 3 hours

PHY 317 Statics – 3 hours

PHY 319 Dynamics – 3 hours

Upper level math elective – 3 hours

 

Depending on the particular engineering program chosen by the student at the University of Kentucky, there will sometimes be additional courses needed in order that the student can be accepted for Engineering Standing in the department chosen by the student.  As of this writing, that would include CME 200 in Chemical Engineering and EE 221, EE 222, and EE 280 in Electrical Engineering.  There may also be certain engineering courses that are prerequisites to more advanced engineering courses the student may wish to take.  To assure timely progression in the student’s chosen program, the student may wish to take some of the courses during the summer.

 

First Year:

If Math ACT is 24 or higher please follow this:
Fall SemesterCompletedSpring SemesterCompleted
PHY 211PHY 212
MAT 125 or 225MAT 225 or 325
CHE111CHE112, 113
If Math ACT is below 24 ** please follow this:
Fall SemesterCompletedSpring SemesterCompleted
MAT 123MAT 125


**Students with a Math ACT score below 24 will not be able to finish the Georgetown portion of the Engineering Arts dual degree program in three years because they will not be able to begin their physics courses until their second year.  This makes the dual degree program a 4-2 program for these students.

 

*updated 10/2014