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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ACT or SAT test is optional for prospective students applying for Fall 2020 to join the St. Mary’s University freshmen class of 2024.
Degree plan overview:
Students can choose from several Engineering Science concentrations:
- Bachelor of Science in Engineering Science with Concentration in Pre-Med
- Bachelor of Science in Engineering Science with Concentration in Chemistry
- Bachelor of Science in Engineering Science with Concentration in Environmental Science
- Bachelor of Science in Engineering Science with Concentration in Mathematics
- Bachelor of Science in Engineering Science With Concentration in Drone Technology (Launching in Fall 2020)
Engineering Science majors can choose from a wide variety of technical electives, such as:
- Environmental Science
See the catalog for a complete list of courses and descriptions:
Our engineering majors work as interns at a variety of local organizations such as:
- Southwest Research Institute
- City Public Service
- Harris Electronics.
Many junior and senior students volunteer their time to tutor freshmen and sophomores in mathematics and engineering courses. Engineering students also participate in funded faculty research.
Engineering Science at St. Mary’s prepares students to pursue careers in multidisciplinary fields such as biomedical engineering, environmental engineering, material sciences, pre-medicine and other areas of science.
- Premed: Medical Doctor, Dentist, Biomedical Engineer, Biochemical Engineer, Bio-mechanical Engineer
- Chemistry: Chemical Engineer, Process Engineer
- Environmental Engineering: Environmental Engineer, Geological Engineer
- Math: Actuaries, Applied Math, Statistician, Educator 5. For Drones: Drone Engineer, Mechatronics Engineer, Robotics Engineer
Students who want to start their careers as middle and high school teachers with specialties in STEM and IT can use their 24 credit hours of electives to fulfill requirements for teacher certification.
Gopalakrishnan Easwaran, Ph.D. Professor of Industrial Engineering
Vahid Emamian, Ph.D. Professor of Electrical Engineering
Djaffer Ibaroudene, Ph.D. Professor of Computer Engineering
Wenbin Luo, Ph.D Professor of Computer Engineering
Amber McClung, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Rafael Moras, Ph.D., P.E. Professor of Industrial Engineering