Clarkson Common Experience

The following courses are required for all students, irrespective of their program of study. These courses are offered during the fall semester, with FY100 First-Year Seminar being required of only first-year students. Both FY100 and UNIV190 are typically taken during the fall semester of the first year at Clarkson.

FY100

First-Year Seminar

1

UNIV190

The Clarkson Seminar

3

Core Requirements

Students majoring in E&M are required to complete the following courses:

CM131

General Chemistry I

4

CM132

General Chemistry II

4

COMM217

Introduction to Public Speaking

3

EC350

Economic Principles & Engineering Economics

3

EE264/ES260/ES222

Introduction to Digital Design/Materials Science & Engineering I/Strength of Materials

3

EM120

Team-based Design & Innovation

3

EM121

Technological Entrepreneurship

2

EM205

Introduction to Financial & Managerial Accounting

3

EM211

Introduction to Enterprise Information Systems

3

EM286

Organizational Behavior I

3

EM331

Operations & Supply Chain Management

3

EM333

Elements of Operations Research

3

EM451

Quality Management & Lean Enterprise

3

EM432

Organizational Policy & Strategy

3

EM456

Process Engineering & Design

3

EM380

Project Management

3

ES250

Electrical Science

3

ES340

Thermodynamics

3

FN361

Financial Management

3

LW270

Law & Society

3

MA131

Calculus I

3

MA132

Calculus II

3

MA231

Calculus III

3

MA232

Elementary Differential Equations

3

MK320

Principles of Marketing

3

PH131

Physics I

4

PH132

Physics II

4

PY151

Introduction to Psychology

3

STAT383

Probability & Statistics

3

ES 220

Statics

3

ES 330

Fluid Mechanics

3

 

Professional Experience
All students participate in a project-based professional experience such as a co-op, an internship, directed research or a community project clearly related to the student's professional goals.

Core Electives

The following are electives students are required to complete for the E&M major.

Professional Elective (must complete 3 cr.)

1 Free Elective, International Experience

A professional elective in E&M is a 3-credit course (or equivalent) that predominantly covers engineering or engineering management knowledge. Examples of such courses include any sophomore-, junior- or senior-level course in engineering; any junior- or senior-level course in a topical knowledge area(s) in the Guide to the Engineering Management Body of Knowledge, 3rd edition, ASEM, 2013; or courses focused on information technology.