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ENGINEERING DESIGN

Undergraduate Certificate Program

Charles D. Cox
124 Hammond Bldg
University Park
Phone: 814-867-4864
E-mail: cxc655@psu.edu

University Park

ENGINEERING DESIGN (ENDSN)

The certificate will provide an opportunity to pursue a specialization in engineering design; provide an incentive to take more courses in design, participating in more design projects; and improve their employment prospects. For entrance, students must be at least 4th semester standing. The GPA considered for admission will be consistent with, or equivalent to, the GPA required for entrance to any major in the student's department. Students must earn a B grade or better in each qualifying course or independent study or pursue a replacement option. A minimum of 13 credits is required for completion of the certificate with no fewer than 6 credits at the 400- or 500- level.

To earn an undergraduate certificate in ENGINEERING DESIGN, a minimum of 13 credits is required.

PRESCRIBED COURSES

EDSGN 100 OR MATSE 492 
AERSP 403 OR ABE 467 OR AE 470 OR BME 419
OR CE 410 OR ESC 481 OR IE 466
OR STS 233 OR PHIL 233
EDSGN 496

Students must complete an application and be at least 4th semester standing. No fewer than 6 credits of certificate courses at the 400- or 500-level. Students must earn a "B" or better in each qualifying course.

Prerequisites Required.

Effective Date: Spring Semester 2007

Expiration Date:

Last Revised by the Department: 11/11/2011

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