Most Engineering Sciences (ENGS) courses can be used for credit toward the A.B. degree and to satisfy requirements for the Engineering Sciences major.
Several ENGS courses have few or no prerequisites and may be taken by first-year students exploring a potential interest in the Engineering Sciences major, or by non-majors seeking to broaden their education with the study of technology.
Undergraduate engineering sciences majors may take graduate courses for which they are qualified. Not all graduate courses, however, can be used to satisfy A.B. and/or Engineering Sciences major requirements:
Engineering (ENGG) courses can be used for credit toward the A.B. degree but do not satisfy requirements for the Engineering Sciences major.
Engineering Management (ENGM) courses satisfy requirements for the M.E.M. degree. They do not satisfy requirements for the Engineering Sciences major.
Thayer School offers graduate-level courses in the following areas:
- Applied Mathematics
- Computers and Communications
- Electromagnetics, Optics, Electronics, and Circuits
- Engineering Management
- Environmental Science and Engineering
- Fluids, Transport, and Chemical Processes
- Materials Science
- Mechanics, Dynamics and Control
- Research and Independent Study
- Seminars, Workshops, and New Courses