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University of Pittsburgh Titusville    
2018-2019 Titusville Campus Catalog 
    
 
  Dec 04, 2022
 
2018-2019 Titusville Campus Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Engineering


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Students interested in careers in engineering can begin their studies at Pitt-Titusville. Upon successful completion of a required number of courses, students are eligible to relocate to either the Pittsburgh or Johnstown campus to complete their Bachelor of Science degree requirements.

Fields of engineering study include: chemical and petroleum, civil and environmental, electrical, industrial, material science, mechanical, bioengineering, computer, engineering physics, energy resources, and manufacturing systems.

The curriculum at Pitt-Titusville offers three tracks of study, determined by the candidate’s placement at the time of admission.

One-Year Track


Fall - First Year


Total Credit Hours: 18


Spring - First Year


Total Credit Hours: 18


(Upon completion of the above courses, the student will be eligible to enter the sophomore class in engineering at most colleges.)


Humanities Electives:


Communication
Classics
Philosophy
Studio Arts
Foreign Languages
English Composition
English Literature
History of Art Architecture
Music
Theatre

Social Science Electives:


History
History of Jazz
Anthropology
Economics
Political Science
Psychology
Africana Studies
History and Philosophy of Science
Sociology

*Breadth and depth requirements for elective courses:


Required to take courses in three areas with at least two courses in each area.

Two-Year Track


Total Credit Hours: 16


Spring - First Year


Total Credit Hours: 15


Total Credit Hours: 14-15


Total Credit Hours: 16


(Upon completion of the above courses, the student will be eligible to enter the sophomore class in engineering at most colleges.)


Humanities Electives:


Communication
Classics
Philosophy
Studio Arts
Foreign Languages
English Composition
English Literature
History of Art Architecture
Music
Theatre

Social Science Electives:


History
History of Jazz
Anthropology
Economics
Political Science
Psychology
Africana Studies
History and Philosophy of Science
Sociology

*Breadth and depth requirements for elective courses:


Required to take courses in three areas with at least two courses in each area. See http://www.engr.pitt.edu/students/electives.html for list.

Three-Year Track


Fall - First Year


Total Credit Hours: 13-15


Spring - First Year


Total Credit Hours: 15


Total Credit Hours: 14


Spring - Second Year


Total Credit Hours: 15


Total Credit Hours: 14


Total Credit Hours: 16-17


(Upon completion of the above courses, the student will be eligible to enter the sophomore class in engineering at most colleges.)


Humanities Electives:


Communication
Classics
Philosophy
Studio Arts
Foreign Languages
English Composition
English Literature
History of Art Architecture
Music
Theatre

Social Science Electives:


History
History of Jazz
Anthropology
Economics
Political Science
Psychology
Africana Studies
History and Philosophy of Science
Sociology

*Breadth and depth requirements for elective courses:


Required to take courses in three areas with at least two courses in each area.

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