About the Engineering Program

Engineering students

Program Overview The SACSCOC-approved Engineering Program at Methodist University was developed during the 2015-2016 academic year and formally approved by the University in March 2016. We welcomed our first cohort in the Fall 2016 semester and have graduated two cohorts Read More …

Engineering Courses

Engineering (EGR) Courses EGR 1100 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I (3 s.h.) A glimpse into engineering and solving engineering problems. The student will learn fundamental tools including the engineering design process, measurements, hand graphics, and computer programming. The student will also Read More …

Engineering Curriculum Requirements

Degree Awarded Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Engineering Curriculum Plans Three different plans based on a student’s incoming freshman math course are provided below. These plans are only examples as there are many paths a student may take to complete Read More …

The Industrial & Systems Engineering Concentration

Industrial & Systems Engineering students

Methodist University’s Engineering Program offers a Bachelor of Science in Engineering. The current concentration is in Industrial & Systems Engineering. The curriculum is designed where the first two years of the program are common for most engineering fields. This allows Read More …

Frequently Asked Questions about Engineering

Engineering students

Why study engineering at Methodist University? Smaller class sizes means more individualized learning Direct contact with the engineering faculty in and out of the classroom Close connections with your classmates Interaction with students, faculty, and organizations from across campus Local Read More …

Engineering Program Objectives & Outcomes

Student in the Engineering lab

Program Educational Objectives Alumni of the Methodist University Engineering Program several years into their careers: Are highly effective communicators through written, oral, and visual formats, and can explain complex technical problems to stakeholders from diverse backgrounds, cultures, training, education, and Read More …

Engineering

A student works on her class project

Welcome to the Methodist University Department of Engineering! Engineering is an exciting and versatile profession that is involved in almost every aspect of our daily lives and has a great impact on humanity. Engineers are problem-solvers through the application of Read More …

Double Major in Engineering & Mathematics

Engineering students demonstrate a project

The Department of Engineering, along with the Department of Mathematics, allows certain course to go toward both the engineering requirements and mathematics requirements so that a student may complete the engineering and mathematics degrees (Bachelor of Science in Engineering and Read More …