Pre-Engineering ProgramThis program is not accepting new students for the upcoming semester.
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
The Pre-Engineering Program at Barton College provides the science and math foundation that enables students to succeed in an engineering program. The student planning to apply to an engineering program would complete the three-year Pre-Engineering Program at Barton College and then transfer to an approved institution. Upon completion of at least two additional years in another institution’s engineering program, the student would receive a degree in engineering from that institution and be awarded a degree in mathematics from Barton College.
At Barton College, the Pre-Engineering student will complete at least 92 semester hours, including the general education core requirements, before transferring to an engineering institution. The Pre-Engineering Program course requirements include the following courses:
- General College Chemistry I & II
- College Physics I & II
- Calculus I, II, and II
- Linear Algebra
- Differential Equations
To facilitate success in the Pre-Engineering Program, entry into the program requires placement in Calculus I. Students must also interview with the Dean of the School of Sciences before officially entering the Pre-Engineering Program.
Scholarships and Financial Aid
The Barton College Science and Mathematics Department is fortunate to have a number of scholarships that are awarded annually:
- GlaxoSmithKline Women in Science Scholars
- Ruth O’Neal Scholarship
- P. Tyndall Scholarship
- Philip J. Witherington Scholarship
- Garnett Whitehurst Scholarship
Dr. Kevin Pennington, Dean
School of Sciences
Moye Science Hall