May 24, 2022  
Undergraduate Catalog 2021-2022 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2021-2022

Pre-Engineering, BS


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Students enrolled at Lenoir-Rhyne University who wish to prepare for a career in engineering may, upon successful completion of the following approved three-year program, transfer to North Carolina A&T State University, North Carolina State University, or UNC-Charlotte, to complete requirements for a bachelor’s degree in engineering. Students must complete at least 96 hours at Lenoir-Rhyne.

Upon successful completion and acceptance of at least 32 additional hours in the engineering program at NC A&T, NCSU, or UNC-C students may apply for a bachelor’s degree from Lenoir-Rhyne University in Pre-Engineering if the additional hours total 128 hours or more and include Lenoir-Rhyne University’s Core Curriculum requirements. Students who choose this option should work closely with an advisor in the Lenoir-Rhyne Physics program.

Students who wish to transfer from Lenoir-Rhyne University who have not met the total credit hours requirement or fulfilled all core requirements may not receive a degree from Lenoir-Rhyne University. For degree requirements beyond the three-year pre-engineering program offered at Lenoir-Rhyne, students should consult with the receiving university program. Completion of the three-year program at Lenoir-Rhyne does not guarantee admission to the universities listed as a part of this dual degree arrangement.

Core Curriculum Requirements (55-62 Hours)


The Core Curriculum 

Other Requirements


Completion of coursework necessary to satisfy the major requirement in an approved engineering major at one of the four universities included in our transfer agreement.

General Elective Credits


(If Needed)

Total Credit Hours (Minimum) 128


On occasion, technical and/or program requirements may also meet specific core curriculum requirements. Please confer with your program advisor to determine which courses, if any, may be counted accordingly.

All Bachelors programs at Lenoir-Rhyne require at least 128 credit hours. If, in combination, core, technical, and program requirements do not generate at least 128 hours, additional credits must be completed to achieve 128 hours. These classes may be general electives, or a student may complete a minor or additional major.

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