Why Physics? You'll need physics if you major in engineering! Take a look at the links below, leading to "curriculum maps" from the College of Engineering.

Many fundamental engineering classes (like Statics and Electric Circuits) have Physics 131 or Physics 132 as a prerequisite. Don't lose time by putting off taking Physics!

Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering (you'll need Physics 131 to get into Aero 200, click on "Undergraduates - Curriculum - roadmap in the student handbook)

Agricultural Engineering (you'll need Physics 131, 132, 133 for this major)

Aviation (you'll need Physics 131, 132, and 132 for a B.S. in Aircraft Systems)

Biological Engineering (you'll need Physics 131, 132 for this major, Physics 133 is an optional class)

Chemical Engineering (you'll need Physics 131, 132, 133 to be admitted to the program, see also their "bingo sheet")

Civil Engineering (you'll need Physics 131, 132, 133 to be admitted to the program)

Computer Science and Engineering (you'll need Physics 131 to get into this major, and you have to take Physics 132, Physics 133 is optional)

Electrical & Computer Engineering (you'll need Physics 131, 132, 133 to be admitted into the major program, see Application to enter the ECE program)

Food Engineering  (you'll need Physics 131, 132, 133 for this major)

Industrial Systems Engineering(you'll need Physics 131 and 132 for this major)

Materials Science & Engineering  (you'll need Physics 131, 132, 133 for this major, see their bingo sheet)

Mechanical Engineering Bingo Sheets (you'll need Physics 131 and 132 so that you can take Statics (ME 410) and Circuits I (EE 300) without delay), see also their curriculum map

Note: while I do my best to keep the information on this page accurate and up to date, please check back with your advisors. Also, the links above are just for your information. They do not reflect my opinion or the Physics Department's opinion.