ENG: Electrical

Boston-London Program

Sample Pathway

Below is an example of a four-year plan of a College of General Studies student pursuing a degree in electrical engineering. Students will work with their CGS academic advisors and the College of Engineering to plan their own pathway to an electrical engineering degree.

  

College of General Studies Program Requirements

  • Two rhetoric courses: CGS RH 103 and CGS RH 104
    • CGS RH 104 is taken during the London semester
  • Two natural science courses: CGS NS 201 and CGS NS 202
    • Electrical engineering majors in good standing will be exempted from CGS NS 201 and CGS NS 202
  • Three social science courses:
    • CGS SS 104 is required and is taken during the London semester
    • Students select at least two additional SS courses and will work with their academic advisor to determine course selection
  • Three humanities courses:
    • CGS HU 104 is required and is taken during the London semester
    • Students select at least two additional HU courses and will work with their academic advisor to determine course selection

Note: Students who are exempt from CGS NS 202 must enroll in at least one CGS course in semester II of sophomore year.

Major Requirements

For more information about the major, please see the ENG bulletin.

Continuation Requirements

  • Completion of the CGS required courses and appropriate electives
  • Cumulative GPA greater than or equal to 2.00

Graduation Requirements

Advising

For more information about the program, please contact Carmel Barrau: barrau@bu.edu, 617-353-6447.

Last revised: 2/28/2020