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Pre-Engineering

The Lander College Pre-Engineering program is geared for students interested in pursuing careers in any of the engineering fields including electrical, civil and mechanical engineering. This program demands a high level of competence in mathematics and the sciences. The pre-engineering program is completed in three or four semesters at Lander College for Men, at which point students transfer to City College of New York to continue their course of study, specializing in an engineering area of their interest.

Our pre-engineering curriculum is designed and based on the courses that CCNY requires of students majoring in any engineering discipline. Thus, the following curriculum is required of all engineering students. At CCNY, students will specialize in an engineering area of their interest and continue to take courses to that end.

Course Requirements

Each required or elective course satisfies a requirement or elective at Grove School of Engineering of CCNY (see CCNY/LCM Course Equivalents). Pre-engineering students are not required to satisfy the Lander College core since, under this plan, they complete their studies and receive their degree from City College of New York, not a Lander College for Men degree. The following is a list of required courses offered at Lander College.
 
More Questions? Please contact Dr. Jacob Newman, Pre-Engineering Advisor at (718) 820-4859 or jacob.newman@touro.edu 

Required

  • CPC 101 - General Chemistry I 
  • CPC 102 - General Chemistry II 
  • CPP 105 - Physics with Calculus I 
  • CPP 106 - Physics with Calculus II 
  • MAT 121 - Calculus I
  • MAT 122 - Calculus II 
  • MAT 201 - Advanced Calculus I
  • MAT 202 - Advanced Calculus II
  • MAT 513 - Differential Equations 
  • LLE 101 - English Composition 1 
  • LLE 102 - English Composition 2

Electives (Select 1 from each department)

  • EBE 101 - Principles of Macroeconomics 
  • EBE 102 - Principles of Microeconomics 
  • EBM 101 - Principles of Management
  • HIS 223 - Survey of Western History I 
  • HIS 224 - Survey of Western History II
  • LLE 223 - Survey of Modern Literature I 
  • LLE 224 - Survey of Modern Literature II
  • POL 102 -  Comparative Politics 
  • POL 101 - American Politics  
  • PSY 102 - Social Psychology 
  • PSY 201 - Child Psychology