Seton Hall offers this unique 3+2 dual degree program in which students can earn a bachelor's degree in Physics plus a master's degree in Engineering in partnership with Stevens Institute of Technology. Earning two degrees in just five years will give students the skills and experiences to be more versatile and marketable when pursuing future employment or education. Students interested in Engineering will be able to pursue programs in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Civil or Construction Engineering and Management and Ocean Engineering.
Transition to the graduate portion of the program at Stevens is contingent upon meeting the following conditions during your studies at Seton Hall:
Complete all required Physics course work outlined by your advisor in the first three years. Note, AP credits will not waive science requirements but can be applied as elective credit. Student needs to be placed in the right Math class (Calculus I) on their first semester and take Principle of Physics I and II and labs (or General Physics I and II and labs) on their first year and follow the course structure closely in order to finish the required courses from Seton Hall University in the first three years.
Transition to the graduate portion of the program at Stevens is contingent upon meeting the following conditions during your studies at Seton Hall:
Complete all required Physics course work outlined by your advisor in the first three years. Note, AP credits will not waive science requirements but can be applied as elective credit. Student needs to be placed in the right Math class (Calculus I) on their first semester and take Principle of Physics I and II and labs (or General Physics I and II and labs) on their first year and follow the course structure closely in order to finish the required courses from Seton Hall University in the first three years.
Stevens’ M.E. in Mechanical Engineering Degree Requirements The Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering program offers seven areas of concentration and requires the completion of thirty credits. The program structure is as follows:
Four elective courses may be chosen. Of these four courses, a maximum of two courses may be non-ME courses, and of the non-ME courses, a maximum of one may be a non-SES course (i.e. any Stevens graduate course). A student may substitute a Project (ME 800 Special Problems in Mechanical Engineering, 3 credits) or a Master's Thesis (ME 900 Thesis in Mechanical Engineering, 6 credits) for the appropriate number of courses.
ME 342 Fluid Mechanics ( 3 - 3 - 0 )
Properties of a fluid, basic flow analysis techniques, fluid kinematics, hydrostatics, manometry, pressure distribution in rigid body motion of a fluid, control volume analysis, conservation of mass, linear and angular momentum, Bernoulli and energy equations, dimensional analysis, viscous flow in pipes, flow metering devices, external flows, estimation of lift and drag, turbo-machinery, open channel flow. Prerequisites: E 126, MA 221, ME 225
ME 354 Heat Transfer ( 3 - 3 - 0 )
Basic modes of heat transfer, steady heat conduction, extended surface heat transfer, transient heat conduction, computational methods, forced and free convection, boiling and condensation, thermal radiation, heat exchangers. Design projects. Prerequisites: MA 227, ME 234, and ME 342
ME 361 Design of Machine Components ( 3 - 3 - 0 )
Application of the principles of strength of materials to the analysis and design of machine parts. Stress and deflection analysis. Curved bars, multi-support shafts, torsion, cylinders under pressure, thermal stresses, creep, and relaxation, rotating disks, fasteners, springs, bearings, gears, brakes and other machine elements are considered. Failure of structural materials under cyclic stress. Prerequisites: MA 221, E 126
ME 483 Control Systems ( 3 - 3 - 0 )
Analysis and synthesis of single-input, single-output (SISO) linear time-invariant (LTI) feedback control systems. Laplace transforms, transfer functions, poles and zeros, block diagrams, time response, and frequency response. Performance criteria, multi-domain systems modeling, Routh-Hurwitz stability, root-locus, Bode plots, stability margins, compensator design, applications relevant to mechanical engineering. Prerequisites: MA 227, ME 225
ME 491 Manufacturing Processes and Systems ( 3 - 3 - 0 )
Analysis of both bulk-forming (forging, extrusion, rolling, etc.) and sheet-forming processes, metal cutting, and other related manufacturing processes; physics and stochastic nature of manufacturing processes and their effects on quality, rate, cost and flexibility; role of computer-aided manufacturing in manufacturing system automation; methodologies used to plan and
control a manufacturing system, forecasting, production scheduling, facility layout, inventory control, and project planning. Prerequisites: ME 345, ME 361
(13 to 15 credits will be transferred to Seton Hall University from Stevens Institute of Technology graduate courses when completed)
Code | Title | Hours |
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MS EE Program Requirements | ||
1 mathematical foundation course (select one) | 3 | |
EE 602 Analytical Methods in Electrical Engineering ^{FS} or Math Methods PHYS 3119 at SHU ^{*} | ||
EE 605 Probability and Stochastic Processes I ^{FS} or Statistical Physics PHYS 4219 at SHU ^{*} | ||
Core Courses (select four) | 12 | |
EE 548 Digital Signal Processing ^{F} | ||
EE 575 Introduction to Control Theory ^{FS} | ||
EE 603 Linear Systems Theory (A/WS) ^{FS} | ||
EE 608 Applied Modeling and Optimization (A) ^{FS} | ||
EE 609 Communication Theory ^{FS} | ||
Concentrations | ||
Select 3 concentration courses in a chosen concentration | 9 | |
Communications | ||
EE 510 Introduction to Radar Systems ^{S} | ||
EE 583 Wireless Communications ^{FS} | ||
EE 585 Physical Design of Wireless Systems | ||
EE 582 Wireless Networking: Architecture, Protocols and Standards ^{F} | ||
EE 584 Wireless Systems Security ^{FS} | ||
EE 568 Software-Defined Radio | ||
Power Engineering | ||
EE 575 Introduction to Control Theory ^{FS} | ||
EE 589 Introduction to Power Engineering ^{F} | ||
EE 590 Smart Grid (A) ^{S} | ||
EE 629 Internet of Things ^{FS} | ||
CPE 679 Computer and Information Networks ^{S} | ||
CPE 691 Information Systems Security ^{S} | ||
Robotics and Automation Systems | ||
EE 575 Introduction to Control Theory ^{FS} | ||
EE 621 Nonlinear Control ^{S} | ||
EE/CPE 631 Cooperating Autonomous Mobile Robots ^{S} | ||
CPE 521 Introduction to Autonomous Mobile Robots ^{F} | ||
PE 645 Image Processing and Computer Vision | ||
EE 553 Engineering Programming: C++ ^{FS} | ||
Microelectronics and Photonics | ||
CPE 690 Introduction to VLSI Design (A) ^{FS}; ^{S} | ||
EE/PEP 503 Introduction to Solid State Physics ^{S} | ||
EE/PEP 507 Introduction to Microelectronics and Photonics ^{FS} | ||
EE/PEP 509 Intermediate Waves and Optics ^{S} | ||
EE/PEP 561 Solid State Electronics for Engineering I ^{FS} | ||
EE/PEP 562 Solid State Electronics for Engineering II ^{S} | ||
Artificial Intelligence | ||
EE 551 Engineering Programming: Python ^{FS} | ||
EE 672 Applied Game Theory and Evolutionary Algorithms ^{F} | ||
EE 627 Data Acquisition and Processing I (Big Data) ^{FS} | ||
EE 628 Data Acquisition and Processing II (Deep Learning) ^{S} | ||
CPE 646 Pattern Recognition and Classification ^{FS} | ||
CPE 695 Applied Machine Learning ^{FS} | ||
Research project or master thesis | ||
6-credit research project or master thesis | 6 | |
Total Hours | 30 |
(13 to 15 credits will be transferred to Seton Hall University from Stevens Institute of Technology graduate courses when completed)
Required 30 credits (10 courses)
Code | Title | Hours |
---|---|---|
MS EE Program Requirements | ||
1 mathematical foundation course (select one) | 3 | |
EE 602 Analytical Methods in Electrical Engineering ^{FS} or Math Methods PHYS 3119 at SHU ^{*} | ||
EE 605 Probability and Stochastic Processes I ^{FS} or Statistical Physics PHYS 4219 at SHU ^{*} | ||
Core Courses (select four) | 12 | |
CPE 646 Pattern Recognition and Classification ^{FS} | ||
CPE 695 Applied Machine Learning ^{FS} | ||
EE 608 Applied Modeling and Optimization ^{FS} | ||
EE 627 Data Acquisition and Processing I (Big Data) ^{FS} | ||
EE 628 Data Acquisition and Processing II (Deep Learning) ^{S} | ||
EE 672 Applied Game Theory and Evolutionary Algorithms ^{F} | ||
Concentrations | ||
Select 3 courses associated with a concentration from the list below | ||
Electrical Engineering | 9 | |
EE 548 Digital Signal Processing ^{F} | ||
EE 575 Introduction to Control Theory ^{FS} | ||
EE 582 Wireless Networking: Architecture, Protocols and Standards ^{F} | ||
EE 603 Linear Systems Theory ^{FS} | ||
EE 609 Communication Theory ^{FS} | ||
EE 608 Applied Modeling & Optimization ^{FS} | ||
Research project or master thesis | ||
6-credit research project or master thesis | 6 | |
Total Hours | 30 |
(13 to 15 credits will be transferred to Seton Hall University from Stevens Institute of Technology graduate courses when completed)
The following are the suggested courses to be taken at Stevens Institute of Technology (Stevens) for the fourth and fifth years to satisfy B.S. requirements at Seton Hall University and M.E requirements at Stevens. Fifteen credits from the undergraduate curriculum at Stevens can be transferred from Stevens to Seton Hall University.
Fourth Year | ||
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First Semester | Hours | |
CE 342 Fluid Mechanics (required) | 4 | |
CE 483 Geotechnical Eng. (required) | 3 | |
CE 484 Reinforced Concrete Design (required) | 3 | |
CE 518 Advanced Mechanics of Materials (required but will count towards the ME degree) | 3 | |
Hours | 13 | |
Second Semester | ||
CE 373 Structural Analysis (required) | 3 | |
CE/CM 541 Project Management for Construction | 3 | |
CE 565 Numerical Methods in Civil Engineering | 3 | |
CM XXX Machine learning in CE applications | 3 | |
Hours | 12 | |
Fifth Year | ||
First Semester | ||
Select 9 credits | 9 | |
(from courses at 500 or 600 level) |
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Hours | 9 | |
Second Semester | ||
Select 9 credits | 9 | |
(from courses at 500 or 600 level) |
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Hours | 9 | |
Total Hours | 43 |
(13 to 15 credits will be transferred to Seton Hall University from Stevens Institute of Technology graduate courses when completed)
The following are the suggested courses to be taken at Stevens Institute of Technology (Stevens) for the fourth and fifth years to satisfy B.S. requirements at Seton Hall University and M.E requirements at Stevens. Fifteen credits from the undergraduate curriculum at Stevens can be transferred from Stevens to Seton Hall University.
The following are the suggested courses to be taken at Stevens Institute of Technology (Stevens) for the fourth and fifth years to satisfy B.S. requirements at Seton Hall University and M.E requirements at Stevens. Fifteen credits from the undergraduate curriculum at Stevens can be transferred from Stevens to Seton Hall University.
Fourth Year | ||
---|---|---|
First Semester | Hours | |
CE 342 Fluid Mechanics (required) | 4 | |
OE 520 new Ocean Wave Mechanics (required) | 3 | |
Applied Mathematics course | 3 | |
Hours | 10 | |
Second Semester | ||
CE 373 Structural Analysis (required) | 3 | |
ME 225 Dynamics | 3 | |
CM XXX Machine learning in CE applications | 3 | |
Hours | 9 | |
Fifth Year | ||
First Semester | ||
OE 630 Hydrodynamics (required) | 3 | |
OE 527 Laboratory in Naval Engineering (required for naval concentration) | 3 | |
OE 531 Total ship design (required for naval concentration) | 3 | |
Select one class: | 3 | |
OE 525 |
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OE 578 |
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OE 585 |
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OE 589 |
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OE 535 |
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Hours | 12 | |
Second Semester | ||
OE 511 Urban Oceanography(required) | 3 | |
OE 524 Introduction to ship design (required for naval concentration) | 3 | |
Select one class: | 3 | |
OE 560 |
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OE 578 |
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OE 585 |
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OE 589 |
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OE 535 |
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Hours | 9 | |
Total Hours | 40 |
First Year | ||
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First Semester | Hours | |
PHYS 1705 | Principles of Physics I | 3 |
PHYS 1815 | Physics Lab and Data Analy I | 2 |
MATH 1501 | Calculus I - Math - Phys Sci | 4 |
ENGL 1201 | Core English I | 3 |
CORE 1001 | University Life | 1 |
CORE 1101 | Journey of Transformation | 3 |
Hours | 16 | |
Second Semester | ||
PHYS 1706 | Principles of Physics II | 3 |
PHYS 1816 | Physics Lab and Data Analy II | 1 |
MATH 1511 | Calculus II - Math - Phys Sci | 4 |
ENGL 1202 | Core English II | 3 |
BS Core Course | 3 | |
Diversity Course | 3 | |
Hours | 17 | |
Second Year | ||
First Semester | ||
PHYS 2883 | Electronics I | 3 |
PHYS 2185 | Intro to Modern Physics | 4 |
MATH 2511 | Calculus III - Math - Phys Sci | 4 |
CHEM 1107 |
Principles of Chemistry I or General Chemistry I and General Chemistry II Lab |
5 |
BS Core Course | 3 | |
Hours | 19 | |
Second Semester | ||
PHYS 2186 | Waves and Oscillations | 3 |
PHYS 2112 | Phys Appl of Math Techniques | 4 |
CSAS 1113 | Computing for Science Majors | 4 |
CORE 2101 | Christianity and Cult in Dial. | 3 |
CHEM 1108 |
Principles of Chemistry II or General Chemistry II and General Chemistry II Lab |
4 |
Hours | 18 | |
Third Year | ||
First Semester | ||
PHYS 3121 | Mechanics I | 3 |
PHYS 3185 or PHYS 3119 |
Electricity and Magnetism I or Math Methods of Physics I |
3 |
PHYS 3812 | Advanced Laboratory I | 2 |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
Hours | 17 | |
Second Semester | ||
PHYS 3122 | Mechanics II | 3 |
PHYS 3815 | Advanced Laboratory II | 2 |
PHYS 4290 | Research in Physics I | 2 |
CORE 3XXX: Engaging the World ^{*} | 3 | |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
Hours | 19 | |
Total Hours | 106 |
BS Core courses are in the areas of: Philosophy and Religion, Historical/Aesthetic/Literature, Language/Multicultural, Social and Behavioral Sciences
(13 to 15 credits will be transferred to Seton Hall University from Stevens Institute of Technology graduate courses when completed)
The following are the suggested courses to be taken at Stevens Institute of Technology (Stevens) for the fourth and fifth years to satisfy B.S. requirements at Seton Hall University and M.E requirements at Stevens. Fifteen credits from the undergraduate curriculum at Stevens can be transferred from Stevens to Seton Hall University.
Fourth Year | ||
---|---|---|
First Semester | Hours | |
ME 342 Fluid Mechanics | 3 | |
ME 354 Heat Transfer | 3 | |
ME 361 Design of Machine Components | 3 | |
ME 483 Control Systems | 3 | |
Hours | 12 | |
Second Semester | ||
ME 491 Manufacturing Processes and System | 3 | |
ME 635 Modeling & Simulation; required | 3 | |
ME 641 Engineering Analysis I; required | 3 | |
ME concentration Course I | 3 | |
Hours | 12 | |
Fifth Year | ||
First Semester | ||
ME concentration Course II | 3 | |
ME concentration Course III | 3 | |
ME Elective Course II | 3 | |
ME Elective Course III | 3 | |
Hours | 12 | |
Second Semester | ||
ME concentration Course IV | 3 | |
ME Elective Course I | 3 | |
ME Elective Course IV | 3 | |
Hours | 9 | |
Total Hours | 45 |
First Year | ||
---|---|---|
First Semester | Hours | |
PHYS 1705 | Principles of Physics I | 3 |
PHYS 1815 | Physics Lab and Data Analy I | 2 |
MATH 1501 | Calculus I - Math - Phys Sci | 4 |
ENGL 1201 | Core English I | 3 |
CORE 1001 | University Life | 1 |
CORE 1101 | Journey of Transformation | 3 |
Hours | 16 | |
Second Semester | ||
PHYS 1706 | Principles of Physics II | 3 |
PHYS 1816 | Physics Lab and Data Analy II | 1 |
MATH 1511 | Calculus II - Math - Phys Sci | 4 |
ENGL 1202 | Core English II | 3 |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
Diversity Course | 3 | |
Hours | 17 | |
Second Year | ||
First Semester | ||
PHYS 2883 | Electronics I | 3 |
PHYS 2185 | Intro to Modern Physics | 4 |
MATH 2511 | Calculus III - Math - Phys Sci | 4 |
CHEM 1107 |
Principles of Chemistry I or General Chemistry I and General Chemistry Lab I |
5 |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
Hours | 19 | |
Second Semester | ||
PHYS 2186 | Waves and Oscillations | 3 |
PHYS 2112 | Phys Appl of Math Techniques | 4 |
CSAS 1113 | Computing for Science Majors | 4 |
CORE 2101 | Christianity and Cult in Dial. | 3 |
CHEM 1108 |
Principles of Chemistry II or General Chemistry I and General Chemistry Lab I |
4 |
Hours | 18 | |
Third Year | ||
First Semester | ||
PHYS 3121 or PHYS 3119 |
Mechanics I or Math Methods of Physics I |
3 |
PHYS 3185 | Electricity and Magnetism I | 3 |
PHYS 3815 | Advanced Laboratory II | 2 |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
Hours | 17 | |
Second Semester | ||
PHYS 4211 or PHYS 4219 |
Quantum Mechanics I or Statistical Physics |
3 |
PHYS 4812 or PHYS 4290 |
Advanced Laboratory III or Research in Physics I |
2 |
CORE 3XXX: Engaging the World | 3 | |
BS Core Course | 3 | |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
Hours | 17 | |
Total Hours | 104 |
BS Core courses are in the areas of: Philosophy and Religion, Historical/Aesthetic/Literature, Language/Multicultural, Social and Behavioral Sciences
(13 to 15 credits will be transferred to Seton Hall University from Stevens Institute of Technology graduate courses when completed)
The following are the suggested courses to be taken at Stevens Institute of Technology (Stevens) for the fourth and fifth years to satisfy B.S. requirements at Seton Hall University and M.E requirements at Stevens. Fifteen credits from the undergraduate curriculum at Stevens can be transferred from Stevens to Seton Hall University.
[F] – Offered in Fall semester
[S] – Offered in Spring semester
Code | Title | Hours |
---|---|---|
MS EE Program Requirements | ||
1 mathematical foundation course (select one) | 3 | |
EE 602 Analytical Methods in Electrical Engineering ^{FS} or Math Methods PHYS 3119 at SHU ^{*} | ||
EE 605 Probability and Stochastic Processes I ^{FS} or Statistical Physics PHYS 4219 at SHU ^{*} | ||
Core Courses (select four) | 12 | |
EE 548 Digital Signal Processing ^{F} | ||
EE 575 Introduction to Control Theory ^{FS} | ||
EE 603 Linear Systems Theory (A/WS) ^{FS} | ||
EE 608 Applied Modeling and Optimization (A) ^{FS} | ||
EE 609 Communication Theory ^{FS} | ||
Concentrations | ||
Select 3 concentration courses in a chosen concentration | 9 | |
Communications | ||
EE 510 Introduction to Radar Systems ^{S} | ||
EE 583 Wireless Communications ^{FS} | ||
EE 585 Physical Design of Wireless Systems | ||
EE 582 Wireless Networking: Architecture, Protocols and Standards ^{F} | ||
EE 584 Wireless Systems Security ^{FS} | ||
EE 568 Software-Defined Radio | ||
Power Engineering | ||
EE 575 Introduction to Control Theory ^{FS} | ||
EE 589 Introduction to Power Engineering ^{F} | ||
EE 590 Smart Grid (A) ^{S} | ||
EE 629 Internet of Things ^{FS} | ||
CPE 679 Computer and Information Networks ^{S} | ||
CPE 691 Information Systems Security ^{S} | ||
Robotics and Automation Systems | ||
EE 575 Introduction to Control Theory ^{FS} | ||
EE 621 Nonlinear Control ^{S} | ||
EE/CPE 631 Cooperating Autonomous Mobile Robots ^{S} | ||
CPE 521 Introduction to Autonomous Mobile Robots ^{F} | ||
PE 645 Image Processing and Computer Vision | ||
EE 553 Engineering Programming: C++ ^{FS} | ||
Microelectronics and Photonics | ||
CPE 690 Introduction to VLSI Design (A) ^{FS}; ^{S} | ||
EE/PEP 503 Introduction to Solid State Physics ^{S} | ||
EE/PEP 507 Introduction to Microelectronics and Photonics ^{FS} | ||
EE/PEP 509 Intermediate Waves and Optics ^{S} | ||
EE/PEP 561 Solid State Electronics for Engineering I ^{FS} | ||
EE/PEP 562 Solid State Electronics for Engineering II ^{S} | ||
Artificial Intelligence | ||
EE 551 Engineering Programming: Python ^{FS} | ||
EE 672 Applied Game Theory and Evolutionary Algorithms ^{F} | ||
EE 627 Data Acquisition and Processing I (Big Data) ^{FS} | ||
EE 628 Data Acquisition and Processing II (Deep Learning) ^{S} | ||
CPE 646 Pattern Recognition and Classification ^{FS} | ||
CPE 695 Applied Machine Learning ^{FS} | ||
Research project or master thesis | ||
6-credit research project or master thesis | 6 | |
Total Hours | 30 |
If SHU course used for Math Foundation requirements, a 3-credit elective course will be taken at Stevens instead of the math foundation requirement
First Year | ||
---|---|---|
First Semester | Hours | |
PHYS 1705 | Principles of Physics I | 3 |
PHYS 1815 | Physics Lab and Data Analy I | 2 |
MATH 1501 | Calculus I - Math - Phys Sci | 4 |
ENGL 1201 | Core English I | 3 |
CORE 1001 | University Life | 1 |
CORE 1101 | Journey of Transformation | 3 |
Hours | 16 | |
Second Semester | ||
PHYS 1706 | Principles of Physics II | 3 |
PHYS 1816 | Physics Lab and Data Analy II | 1 |
MATH 1511 | Calculus II - Math - Phys Sci | 4 |
ENGL 1202 | Core English II | 3 |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
Diversity Course | 3 | |
Hours | 17 | |
Second Year | ||
First Semester | ||
PHYS 2883 | Electronics I | 3 |
PHYS 2185 | Intro to Modern Physics | 4 |
MATH 2511 | Calculus III - Math - Phys Sci | 4 |
CHEM 1107 |
Principles of Chemistry I or General Chemistry I and General Chemistry Lab I |
5 |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
Hours | 19 | |
Second Semester | ||
PHYS 2186 | Waves and Oscillations | 3 |
PHYS 2112 | Phys Appl of Math Techniques | 4 |
CSAS 1113 | Computing for Science Majors | 4 |
CORE 2101 | Christianity and Cult in Dial. | 3 |
CHEM 1108 |
Principles of Chemistry II or General Chemistry I and General Chemistry Lab I |
4 |
Hours | 18 | |
Third Year | ||
First Semester | ||
PHYS 3121 or PHYS 3119 |
Mechanics I or Math Methods of Physics I |
3 |
PHYS 3185 | Electricity and Magnetism I | 3 |
PHYS 3812 | Advanced Laboratory I | 2 |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
Hours | 17 | |
Second Semester | ||
PHYS 4211 |
Quantum Mechanics I or Statistical Physics or Modern Optics |
3 |
PHYS 3815 | Advanced Laboratory II | 2 |
PHYS 4290 | Research in Physics I | 2 |
CORE 3XXX: Engaging the World | 3 | |
BS Core Course | 3 | |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
Hours | 19 | |
Total Hours | 106 |
BS Core courses are in the areas of:
Philosophy and Religion, Historical/Aesthetic/Literature, Language/Multicultural, Social and Behavioral Sciences
(13 to 15 credits will be transferred to Seton Hall University from Stevens Institute of Technology graduate courses when completed)
Required 30 credits (10 courses)
Code | Title | Hours |
---|---|---|
MS EE Program Requirements | ||
1 mathematical foundation course (select one) | 3 | |
EE 602 Analytical Methods in Electrical Engineering ^{FS} or Math Methods PHYS 3119 at SHU ^{*} | ||
EE 605 Probability and Stochastic Processes I ^{FS} or Statistical Physics PHYS 4219 at SHU ^{*} | ||
Core Courses (select four) | 12 | |
CPE 646 Pattern Recognition and Classification ^{FS} | ||
CPE 695 Applied Machine Learning ^{FS} | ||
EE 608 Applied Modeling and Optimization ^{FS} | ||
EE 627 Data Acquisition and Processing I (Big Data) ^{FS} | ||
EE 628 Data Acquisition and Processing II (Deep Learning) ^{S} | ||
EE 672 Applied Game Theory and Evolutionary Algorithms ^{F} | ||
Concentrations | ||
Select 3 courses associated with a concentration from the list below | ||
Electrical Engineering | 9 | |
EE 548 Digital Signal Processing ^{F} | ||
EE 575 Introduction to Control Theory ^{FS} | ||
EE 582 Wireless Networking: Architecture, Protocols and Standards ^{F} | ||
EE 603 Linear Systems Theory ^{FS} | ||
EE 609 Communication Theory ^{FS} | ||
EE 608 Applied Modeling & Optimization ^{FS} | ||
Research project or master thesis | ||
6-credit research project or master thesis | 6 | |
Total Hours | 30 |
If SHU course used for Math Foundation requirements, a 3-credit elective course will be taken at Stevens instead of the math foundation requirement
First Year | ||
---|---|---|
First Semester | Hours | |
PHYS 1705 | Principles of Physics I | 3 |
PHYS 1815 | Physics Lab and Data Analy I | 2 |
MATH 1501 | Calculus I - Math - Phys Sci | 4 |
ENGL 1201 | Core English I | 3 |
CORE 1001 | University Life | 1 |
CORE 1101 | Journey of Transformation | 3 |
Hours | 16 | |
Second Semester | ||
PHYS 1706 | Principles of Physics II | 3 |
PHYS 1816 | Physics Lab and Data Analy II | 1 |
MATH 1511 | Calculus II - Math - Phys Sci | 4 |
ENGL 1202 | Core English II | 3 |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
Diversity Course | 3 | |
Hours | 17 | |
Second Year | ||
First Semester | ||
PHYS 2883 | Electronics I | 3 |
PHYS 2185 | Intro to Modern Physics | 4 |
MATH 2511 | Calculus III - Math - Phys Sci | 4 |
CHEM 1107 |
Principles of Chemistry I or General Chemistry I and General Chemistry Lab I |
5 |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
Hours | 19 | |
Second Semester | ||
PHYS 2186 | Waves and Oscillations | 3 |
PHYS 2112 | Phys Appl of Math Techniques | 4 |
CSAS 1113 | Computing for Science Majors | 4 |
CORE 2101 | Christianity and Cult in Dial. | 3 |
CHEM 1108 |
Principles of Chemistry II or General Chemistry I and General Chemistry Lab I |
4 |
Hours | 18 | |
Third Year | ||
First Semester | ||
PHYS 3121 or PHYS 3119 |
Mechanics I or Math Methods of Physics I |
3 |
PHYS 3185 or PHYS 3119 |
Electricity and Magnetism I or Math Methods of Physics I |
3 |
PHYS 3812 | Advanced Laboratory I | 2 |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
Hours | 17 | |
Second Semester | ||
PHYS 3122 | Mechanics II | 3 |
PHYS 3815 | Advanced Laboratory II | 2 |
PHYS 4290 | Research in Physics I | 2 |
CORE 3XXX: Engaging the World | 3 | |
BS Core Course | 3 | |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
Hours | 19 | |
Total Hours | 106 |
BS Core courses are in the areas of:
Philosophy and Religion, Historical/Aesthetic/Literature, Language/Multicultural, Social and Behavioral Sciences
(13 to 15 credits will be transferred to Seton Hall University from Stevens Institute of Technology graduate courses when completed)
The following are the suggested courses to be taken at Stevens Institute of Technology (Stevens) for the fourth and fifth years to satisfy B.S. requirements at Seton Hall University and M.E requirements at Stevens. Fifteen credits from the undergraduate curriculum at Stevens can be transferred from Stevens to Seton Hall University.
Fourth Year | ||
---|---|---|
First Semester | Hours | |
CE 342 Fluid Mechanics (required) | 4 | |
OE 520 new Ocean Wave Mechanics (required) | 3 | |
Applied Mathematics course | 3 | |
Hours | 10 | |
Second Semester | ||
CE 373 Structural Analysis (required) | 3 | |
ME 225 Dynamics | 3 | |
CM XXX Machine learning in CE applications | 3 | |
Hours | 9 | |
Fifth Year | ||
First Semester | ||
OE 630 Hydrodynamics (required) | 3 | |
OE 527 Laboratory in Naval Engineering (required for naval concentration) | 3 | |
OE 531 Total ship design (required for naval concentration) | 3 | |
Select one class: | 3 | |
OE 525 |
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OE 578 |
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OE 585 |
||
OE 589 |
||
OE 535 |
||
Hours | 12 | |
Second Semester | ||
OE 511 Urban Oceanography(required) | 3 | |
OE 524 Introduction to ship design (required for naval concentration) | 3 | |
Select one class: | 3 | |
OE 560 |
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OE 578 |
||
OE 585 |
||
OE 589 |
||
OE 535 |
||
Hours | 9 | |
Total Hours | 40 |
First Year | ||
---|---|---|
Second Semester | Hours | |
PHYS 1706 | Principles of Physics II | 3 |
PHYS 1816 | Physics Lab and Data Analy II | 1 |
MATH 1511 | Calculus II - Math - Phys Sci | 4 |
ENGL 1202 | Core English II | 3 |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
Diversity Course | 3 | |
Hours | 17 | |
First Semester | ||
PHYS 1705 | Principles of Physics I | 3 |
PHYS 1815 | Physics Lab and Data Analy I | 2 |
MATH 1501 | Calculus I - Math - Phys Sci | 4 |
ENGL 1201 | Core English I | 3 |
CORE 1001 | University Life | 1 |
CORE 1101 | Journey of Transformation | 3 |
Hours | 16 | |
Second Year | ||
Second Semester | ||
PHYS 2186 | Waves and Oscillations | 3 |
PHYS 2112 | Phys Appl of Math Techniques | 4 |
CSAS 1113 | Computing for Science Majors | 4 |
CORE 2101 | Christianity and Cult in Dial. | 3 |
CHEM 1108 |
Principles of Chemistry II or General Chemistry I and General Chemistry Lab I |
4 |
Hours | 18 | |
First Semester | ||
PHYS 2883 | Electronics I | 3 |
PHYS 2185 | Intro to Modern Physics | 4 |
MATH 2511 | Calculus III - Math - Phys Sci | 4 |
CHEM 1107 |
Principles of Chemistry I or General Chemistry I and General Chemistry Lab I |
5 |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
Hours | 19 | |
Third Year | ||
Second Semester | ||
PHYS 3122 | Mechanics II | 3 |
PHYS 3815 | Advanced Laboratory II | 2 |
PHYS 4290 | Research in Physics I | 2 |
CORE 3XXX: Engaging the World | 3 | |
BS Core Course | 3 | |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
Hours | 19 | |
First Semester | ||
PHYS 3121 or PHYS 3119 |
Mechanics I or Math Methods of Physics I |
3 |
PHYS 3185 or PHYS 3119 |
Electricity and Magnetism I or Math Methods of Physics I |
3 |
PHYS 3812 | Advanced Laboratory I | 2 |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
BS Core Course ^{*} | 3 | |
Hours | 17 | |
Total Hours | 106 |
BS Core courses are in the areas of:
Philosophy and Religion, Historical/Aesthetic/Literature, Language/Multicultural, Social and Behavioral Sciences
(13 to 15 credits will be transferred to Seton Hall University from Stevens Institute of Technology graduate courses when completed)
The following are the suggested courses to be taken at Stevens Institute of Technology (Stevens) for the fourth and fifth years to satisfy B.S. requirements at Seton Hall University and M.E requirements at Stevens. Fifteen credits from the undergraduate curriculum at Stevens can be transferred from Stevens to Seton Hall University.
The following are the suggested courses to be taken at Stevens Institute of Technology (Stevens) for the fourth and fifth years to satisfy B.S. requirements at Seton Hall University and M.E requirements at Stevens. Fifteen credits from the undergraduate curriculum at Stevens can be transferred from Stevens to Seton Hall University.
Fourth Year | ||
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First Semester | Hours | |
CE 342 Fluid Mechanics (required) | 4 | |
OE 520 new Ocean Wave Mechanics (required) | 3 | |
Applied Mathematics course | 3 | |
Hours | 10 | |
Second Semester | ||
CE 373 Structural Analysis (required) | 3 | |
ME 225 Dynamics | 3 | |
CM XXX Machine learning in CE applications | 3 | |
Hours | 9 | |
Fifth Year | ||
First Semester | ||
OE 630 Hydrodynamics (required) | 3 | |
OE 527 Laboratory in Naval Engineering (required for naval concentration) | 3 | |
OE 531 Total ship design (required for naval concentration) | 3 | |
Select one class: | 3 | |
OE 525 |
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OE 578 |
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OE 585 |
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OE 589 |
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OE 535 |
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Hours | 12 | |
Second Semester | ||
OE 511 Urban Oceanography(required) | 3 | |
OE 524 Introduction to ship design (required for naval concentration) | 3 | |
Select one class: | 3 | |
OE 560 |
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OE 578 |
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OE 585 |
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OE 589 |
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OE 535 |
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Hours | 9 | |
Total Hours | 40 |
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