Pre-Engineering Program Guides
Students pursuing Le Moyne College's joint Bachelor's + Master's dual degree program with the L.C. Smith College of Engineering at Syracuse University major in the appropriate discipline at Le Moyne (biology, chemistry, computer science, or physics) and declare a concentration in pre-engineering.
Students who complete these engineering concentrations in good standing (including maintaining a 3.0 GPA, both overall and in their science and engineering courses) are admitted directly to the appropriate master's degree program at Syracuse University and receive a 50% tuition waver, typically completing their master's degree in an additional 3 semesters.
Below are program guides for these pre-engineering programs, including all program requirements and a suggested "typical" route through the required courses. (These guides do not include master's courses taken at Syracuse University.)
Program guides under the old core curriculum may be found here. (The current core curriculum was implemented in the Fall of 2013.)
For details concerning Le Moyne's "3+2" agreements with Clarkson University, Detroit-Mercy University, and Manhattan College, please see the "Undergraduate Transfer Programs" section of the College Catalog.
For information about major requirements and course descriptions, please see the Le Moyne College catalog.
For information about the Core Curriculum, please visit the Core webpage.
For information about the Integral Honors program, please visit the Honors Program webpage.
For information about study abroad and internship opportunities, please visit the Career Advising and Development webpage.
For information about student research opportunities at Le Moyne and the annual Student Scholars Day, please visit the Student Research webpage.
For more information about academic advising and new student orientation, please visit the Office for Academic Advising and Support webpage.
For more information about academic calendars and registration procedures, please visit the Office of the Registrar webpage.
For information about the Division of Arts & Sciences, please visit the Arts and Sciences homepage.