Pre Engineering is a two year curriculum for students who plan to complete a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering at another institution. The typical pre engineering curriculum listed below will vary according to the institution that the student plans to attend and the engineering field selected. Students must consult the pre engineering advisor early in their freshman year regarding the selection of electives and changes in the typical curriculum to meet their particular needs and the requirements of the institution they are planning to attend.
Students majoring in pre-professional curricula like Pre-Engineering who leave Nicholls before completing requirements for a Bachelor of Science degree may have completed all requirements for the Associate of General Studies degree and would be entitled to receive that degree. Such students should contact the Department of Applied Sciences for an assessment of eligibility.
In addition, some coursework completed at professional schools may be applicable toward a Bachelor of Science degree at Nicholls. Therefore, students who leave Nicholls before completing requirements for the Bachelor of Science and who attend professional school may have completed acceptable coursework toward a Bachelor of Science dgree and would be entitled to receive that degree. Such students should contact the Department of Applied Sciences for an assessment of eligibility.
|YEAR*||COURSE NAME||COURSE NUMBER||REQUIREMENT||CREDIT HRS|
|2||Natural Sciences Elective||**||3-5|
*Recommend complete as Freshman (1), Sophomore (2), Junior (3), Senior (4)
**See pre-engineering advisor.
***MATH 165 is the entry-level course for this major. All prerequisites for MATH 165 must be met.
Professional Land Surveyor Certification
The following courses offered by NSU meet the 30 semester hour requirements of Louisiana Revised Statute 37.69 3(b) and 4(f) for certification as a surveyor in training and/or registration as a professional land surveyor:
A minimum of 15 semester hours must come from the following list:
|GEOM 101||Introduction to Geomatics. (3)||3|
|GEOM 201||Geomatics Methods I. (2)||2|
|GEOM 202||Geomatics Methods II. (2)||2|
|GEOM 203||Geomatics Methods I Lab. (1)||1|
|GEOM 204||Geomatics Methods II Lab. (1)||1|
|GEOM 301||Route and Construction Surveys. (2)||2|
|GEOM 303||Route and Construction Surveys Lab. (1)||1|
|GEOM 305||Geodesy and Geodetic Coordinates. (3)||3|
|GEOM 310*||Boundary Control and Legal Principles. (3)||3|
|GEOM 401||Subdivision Design and Platting. (3)||3|
|GEOM 405||Geodetic Positioning Systems (GPS). (3)||3|
|GEOM 410||Surveying and Mapping Practice. (3)||3|
|GEOM 411||Mapping by Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. (3)||3|
No more than 15 semester hours may come from the following list:
|EGSC 101||Engineering Graphics (2)||3|
|EGSC 301||Introduction to Computer Aided Drawing (3)||3|
|EGSC 302||Computer Aided Surveying Drawing (3)||3|
|FINC 341||Principles of Real Estate (3)||3|
|ENGL 368||Technical Writing (3)||3|
|LASS 215||Legal Research (3)||3|
|LASS 220||Real Estate Law (3)||3|
For information on registration as a Professional Land Surveyor, contact the Louisiana Professional Engineering and Land Surveying Board, 9643 Brookline Avenue, Suite 121, Baton Rouge, LA 70809-1433, Ph 225-925-6291, Fax 225-925-6292.