BAS Degree Requirements

Students Entering Fall 2020 and Beyond

Below are the requirements for the BAS degree for students entering in Fall 2020 and beyond. This reflects a total of 37 course units. To see how courses can be scheduled out for the full four years, see the BAS sample curriculum.

Mathematics (4 course Units)
(1.0) MATH 1400 – Calculus 1
(1.0) MATH 1410 – Calculus 2
(1.0) ENM 2400 or MATH 2400- Calculus 3
(1.0) ENM 3750 – Statistics*
Science (7.5 course Units)
(1.5) BIOL 1121 – Molecular Biology I w/ lab (BIOL 1123)
(1.0) BIOL 3310- Physiology
(1.5) CHEM 1012/1101 – General Chemistry I w/ Lab
(1.5) CHEM 1022/1102- General Chemistry II w/ Lab
(1.0) PHYS 0140 – Mechanics
(1.0) PHYS 0141 – Electricity and Magnetism
Engineering (12.5 course Units)
(0.5) BE 1000 – Intro to BE
(1.0) ENGR 1050 – Intro to Computing (or CIS 1200 or higher)
(1.0) BE 2000 – Biomechanics
(1.0) BE 2200 – Biomaterials
(1.0) BE 2700- Lab Principles
(1.0) BE 3010, 3060 or 3500
(1.0) BE 3090 – MAD Lab (Modeling, Analysis & Design)
(1.0) BE 4970 – Senior Thesis I
(1.0) BE 4980 – Senior Thesis II
(1.0) BE 4XXX/5XXX
(1.0) BE 4XXX/5XXX
(2 x 1.0) Engineering
Professional Electives (3 course Units)
(3 x 1.0) Any Math, Science, Engineering, Business or health-related course
Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) (7 course Units)
(2.0) Social Science
(2.0) Humanities
(2.0) Social Science, Humanities or Technology, Business and Society

(1.0) Social Science or Humanities

-One of these courses must fulfill the Writing Requirement.

-One of these courses must fulfill the Ethics Requirement.

Free Electives (3 course Units)
(3 x 1.0) Free Elective

*Can be fulfilled with ESE 4020, STAT 4310 or ENM 3210

Ethics Requirement Options: EAS 2030, HSOC 1330 or 2457, LGST 1000 or 2200, NURS 3300 or 5250, PHIL 1342 or 4330.