Jul 05, 2022
This major is designed for students interested in chemical engineering or one of the other chemistry-based engineering programs.
Minimum required semester credit hours 57.5 credits at BW
Plus additional credits at the engineering school in which the program is completed.
- CHM 111 - General Chemistry I, 4 credit hours
- CHM 112 - General Chemistry II, 3 credit hours
- CHM 115 - General Chemistry Lab, 1 credit hour
- PHY 131 - Physics for Scientists and Engineers I, 4 credit hours
- PHY 151 - Introductory Physics Lab I, 1 credit hour
- PHY 145 - Applied College Physics I, 5 credit hours
Either PHY 131 along with PHY 151 or PHY 145 , but not both, may be taken for credit.
- PHY 132 - Physics for Scientists and Engineers II, 4 credit hours
- PHY 152 - Introductory Physics Lab II, 1 credit hour
- PHY 146 - Applied College Physics II, 5 credit hours
Either PHY 132 along with PHY 152 or PHY 146 , but not both, may be taken for credit.
- MTH 141 - Calculus I, 4 credit hours
- MTH 142 - Calculus II, 4 credit hours
- MTH 243 - Calculus III, 4 credit hours
- MTH 245 - Differential Equations, 3 credit hours
- MTH 313 - Applied Analysis, 3 credit hours
- CSC 210 - Computer Science I: Programs and Applications, 3 credit hours
- CHM 221 - Quantitative Analysis, 3 credit hours
- CHM 225 - Quantitative Analysis Laboratory, 1 credit hour
- CHM 251 - Organic Chemistry I, 3 credit hours
- CHM 255 - Organic Chemistry I Laboratory, .5 credit hour
- CHM 252 - Organic Chemistry II, 3 credit hours
- CHM 256 - Organic Chemistry II Laboratory, 1 credit hour
- CHM 331 - Physical Chemistry, 3 credit hours
- CHM 332 - Physical Chemistry II, 3 credit hours
- CHM 335 - Physical Chemistry Lab, 1 credit hour
Before transferring to the engineering school at which they will complete the work for their degree, pre-engineering students must complete the above program and:
- at least 92 credit hours of coursework at BW
- the BW core curriculum requirements.
Some of our affiliated schools have additional requirements. Pre-Engineering students should check with the schools in which they are interested, and with the BW pre-engineering advisor.
Binary Program in Engineering
The pre-engineering program prepares Baldwin Wallace students to earn an engineering degree through educational affiliations with the engineering school of Case Western Reserve University. Upon satisfactory completion of the three-year pre-engineering program at BW and the last two years of the engineering program at the engineering school, a student receives the Bachelor of Arts degree from BW and the Bachelor of Science in their chosen field of engineering from the engineering school. Students may choose instead the option of completing any of the B.S. science majors at BW, so long as they meet the engineering school’s entry requirements. Completion of the program at other recognized engineering schools is possible if prior approval of the BW pre-engineering advisor is obtained.