Academic Program

CoRe’s primary goal is that our students are engaged and succeed in the classroom.
Two CoRe students studying together in the South Neighborhood.

CoRe students studying together in the South Neighborhood.

CoRe Courses

CoRe’s academic program is based on the principle that engagement in meaningful engineering experiences early in students’ undergraduate careers supports their success and persistence to graduation. Through our courses, EGR 100: Introduction to Engineering Design and EGR 102: Introduction to Engineering Modeling, we strive to engage students across the disciplines in team-based projects that pique their interest and give them a window into what professional engineering really is.

EGR 100: Introduction to Engineering Design

Introduction to Engineering Design engages students in multiple hands-on, team-based design experiences leading to tangible deliverables. Students in EGR 100 begin interdisciplinary, team-based work from their first day of class.

EGR 102: Introduction to Engineering Modeling

Introduction to Engineering Modeling provides an introduction to engineering problem solving and numerical modeling. The course focuses on advanced applications of Excel and structured programming in MATLAB.

CoRe Tutoring

CoRe offers free tutoring, supporting the academic success of all CoRe students. CoRe tutoring is available Sunday through Thursday (6:00 PM - 10:00 PM) in G24B Wonders and covers the courses listed below.

  • MTH 132 - Calculus I
  • MTH 133 - Calculus II
  • CEM 141 - General Chemistry
  • CEM 151 - Principles of Chemistry I
  • PHY 183 - Physics for Scientists & Engineers I
  • PHY 184 - Physics for Scientists & Engineers II

 

CoRe Advising

Academic Advising for Undergraduate Engineering First Year Students