Engineering Sophomores

Sophomore year presents many exciting opportunities, which you can explore with the help of an upper-class mentor through the Sophomore mentor program. You can study abroad in Europe or Australia, or add another dimension to your studies with a concentration, minor, or special program. During your sophomore year you’ll also start planning for your Hub electives, and major-specific courses. Interested in gaining practical experience? Work with the Career Development Office and ENG faculty to learn more about research opportunities and internships. If you’ve got questions you can reach out to your sophomore mentor to discuss these opportunities, get feedback on your abroad application, or simply to partake in social events with your peers. The Academic Counselor for the sophomore year is Ruth Elias. To schedule an appointment with Ruth, call the Undergraduate Programs Office on 617-353-6447, or visit us in ERB 107.

  • Study Abroad

    ENG undergraduate students can study abroad during their second-semester of sophomore year in Dresden, Germany; Grenoble, France; Madrid, Spain; and Sydney, Australia.
    More information.

  • Sophomore Mentor Program

    The sophomore mentor program, like EK100 in the freshman year, was created to provide sophomores with access to peer mentors as they continue their transition to BU and engineering.
    Learn more about the program.
    Apply to be a sophomore mentor.

Opportunities to Enhance Your Degree

Minors

Minors complement your degree by adding the in-depth study of an additional field.
More information.

Concentrations

Concentrations add a cutting-edge specialization to your degree, usually requiring no additional coursework.
More information.

Special Programs

Special Programs are additional ways to enhance your degree, including double majors, dual degrees, and many others.
More information.