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    • 1. School of Engineering
    • 2. What freshmen should know abouta major inENGINEERING
    • 3. SIUE Schools and Colleges• College of Arts and Sciences• School of Business• School of Dental Medicine• School of Education• School of Engineering• School of Nursing• School of Pharmacy
    • 4. School of Engineering Programs• Civil Engineering 133• Computer Engineering 129• Construction Management 128• Computer Science 124• Electrical Engineering 128• Industrial Engineering 131• Manufacturing 134• Mechanical Engineering 130• Dual majors require as little as 18 credit hours• Two separate degrees require at least 30 additional credit hours• Many minors to choose from. Most popular ones are:Math, Computer Science, Business, and Music
    • 5. Engineering Student Services• Director: Loen Graceson-Martin• Advisors– Niya Bond– Janelle Buettner– Alpona Simmons• Office Manager– Tonja Asperger
    • 6. SOE Direct admission criteriaACT Math Sub-Score Math Course Placement• 28 and higher Calculus I (MATH 150)*Students with Advanced Placement credit and/or transfer credit showing successfulcompletion of Calculus I may be placed in higher level math course.• 26-27 Pre-Calculus (MATH 125)*Students can take the Math Placement Test for possible placement in a higher levelmath course.**Students with Advanced Placement credit and/or transfer credit showing successfulcompletion of Pre-Calculus may be placed in higher level math course.• 25 and below – requires testing for Pre-Calculus or higher in Placement test
    • 7. Interested in Engineering but ACT ≤ 25• Take COMPASS Math Placement test today• Take College Algebra Course at SIUE (MATH 120) orCommunity College in summer 2013• Take MATH 120 at SIUE in fall 2013, declareengineering in spring 2014 while takingMATH 125 – Pre-calculus
    • 8. Freshmen ClassesYear ACT Score H.S. RankingMath Composite %2012 27.98 26.59 76.282011 27.93 26.37 76.752010 27.66 26.20 76.66
    • 9. Enrollment by Department (Fall 2012)Department Undergraduate Graduate TotalCivil Engineering 184 36 220Computer Science 208 33 241Construction 98 98Electrical & Computer Engr. 238 81 319Industrial & Manufacturing Engr. 100 23 123Mechanical Engineering 260 38 298TOTAL 1088 211 1299
    • 10. First semester considerations…• To enroll in MATH 150 you must have:– successfully completed Math 125 with a grade of C or higher.OR– qualified for placement by Math Placement Test score.• To enroll in CHEM 131/135 you must have:– High School chemistry and placement by ACT score.OR– Qualified for placement by Chemistry Readiness Exam.OR– successfully completed a) CHEM113 and b) MATH 120 or higher.
    • 11. First year courses forCivil, Electrical, Computer, Industrial,Manufacturing, and Mechanical Engineering• IME 106 – Engineering Problem Solving• Chemistry• Physics• Mathematics• English
    • 12. First-year courses forComputer Science majors• CS 111 – Concepts of Computer Science• CS 140 – Introduction to Computing I• IME 106 – Engineering Problem Solving (optional)• Mathematics• English
    • 13. First-year courses forConstruction Management majors• CNST 120 – Introduction to Construction• Chemistry• Physics• Mathematics• English
    • 14. IME 106 – Engineering Problem Solving• Offered in summer 2013, July 8 – August 3• Overview of Engineering Disciplines• Hands-on, Project-OrientedIntroduction to Engineering Course
    • 15. Other summer courses• Math 120 – 001 (College Algebra)June 10 – July 12, MTWR 8:30–10:50 a.m.• Math 120 – 002 (College Algebra)June 3 – August 3, MW 5 – 7:45 p.m.
    • 16. Admission to Upper-DivisionThe following programs require an Upper-Division application:Civil EngineeringIndustrial EngineeringManufacturing EngineeringMechanical Engineering• Satisfactory Completion of Lower-Division General Education Courses (English, speech,chemistry, mathematics, and physics) shown in the first two years of the program with a GPAof at least 2.0)• Satisfactory Completion of Lower-Division Engineering Courses (CS, CE, ECE, ME) shown inthe first two years of the program with a grade of C or better• An approved Application for Admission to Upper-Division Engineering Courses. This form isavailable in the Engineering Student Services office.
    • 17. Building extension
    • 18. Student Chapters of National Societies• American Concrete Institute (ACI)• American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)• American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)• Association of Computing Machinery (ACM)• Constructors Club (AGC)• Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)• Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE)• National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)• Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME)• Society of Military Engineers (SME)• Society of Women Engineers (SWE)• Engineers Without Borders (EWB)
    • 19. Student Projects and Competitions• Mini Baja• Formula Car• Solar Car• Concrete Canoe• Steel Bridge• Robotics• Concrete
    • 20. Student Projects (Steel Bridge)
    • 21. Student Projects (Concrete Canoe)
    • 22. Student Projects (Formula Car)
    • 23. Student Projects (Cougar Baja)
    • 24. Student Projects (Solar Car)
    • 25. Where Do Our Students Live?
    • 26. Where Do Our Students Live?• On Campus– Bluff Hall (Freshmen – houses engineering focusinterest group)– Prairie Hall (Freshmen)– Woodland Hall (Freshmen)– Evergreen Hall (Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors)– Cougar Village (Graduate Students and Families)• Off Campus (for all undergraduates)– 40 % Campus, Edwardsville, and Glen Carbon– 60 % Commute from surrounding communities
    • 27. School of Engineering Scholarships Boeing Company Brett Zoelzer Memorial BRIC Partnership Dr. Robert Rutledge Memorial Evan David Allen Grace Murray Hopper Holland Construction Services ISPE Harry Kluge Memorial James C. Fowler M.B. Corlew Memorial Mike & Verbal Blakey Oates Associates Oates Associates Employees Ralph F. Korte RJN Foundation Russell C. Solomon Sherrill Family Thomas P. Anderson Memorial William H. Gentry
    • 28. Co-op and Internships Very important to future employment opportunities Traditional Summer Internships Traditional Co-op: 40 hrs/wk & no more than 6 credit hours Parallel Co-op: 20 hrs/wk & 12 or more credit hours Career Development Center helps place student intointernships and co-ops
    • 29. Cooperative Education (Co-op) andInternship Programs – Income since 2008
    • 30. 3Core Systems IncABNA Engineering IncAdvanSoft IncAlton Steel IncAmerenAmerican Bottoms RegionalWastewater Treatment FacilityAmsted Rail InternationalAnheuser-Busch InBevArch City Granite & Marble IncAspect Software IncAT&TBaker Concrete Construction/SouthernOperationsBarry-Wehmiller Design Group IncBartronics AmericaBasler ElectricBIS Engineering IncBlotevogel Associates IncBoeingBriem EngineeringBrinkmann ConstructorsCablofil IncCadbury Schweppes AmericanBeveragesCamin Cargo ControlCannon DesignCarol Stream Park DistrictCassens Transport CompanyCentene CorporationCGI FederalCH2M HillChameleon Integrated ServicesCisco SystemsCity of EdwardsvilleCity of QuincyCivil Design IncComtek Global IncCooper B-Line IncCope Plastics IncCovidienD & M Kapp ConstructionDavid Mason and Associates IncDavidsmeyer Staffing Solutions/Express PersonnelDeemsys IncDefense Contract ManagementAgency St LouisDeli StarDelta Air LinesDesign Nine IncDynamic Engineered Systems IncEADS NA Defense Security andSystems SolutionsEhrhardt Tool and Machine Co IncElectroMotion RefrigerationELTEK International LaboratoriesEmerson Climate Technologies/FlowControls DivisionEmerson ElectricEminence IT Solutions IncEnertech Global LLCEnterprise Holdings Corp HQ/ITExpress ScriptsFalex CorporationFarnsworth Group IncFASTechnology GroupFermilabGeneral MillsGeoEyeGonzalez Companies LLCGoogle IncGrafton Technologies IncGRP MechanicalHanson Professional Services IncHarris Broadcast DivisionHeidtman Steel Products IncHexagon Metrology Services IncSIUE School of Engineering Co-op/Internship ProgramParticipating Companies (continued)
    • 31. Highland Machine & Screw ProductsCompanyHitachi Metals AutomotiveComponentsHolland Construction ServicesHonda R & D Americas IncHubzco IncHunter Engineering CompanyHutson and AssociatesIllinois American Water CoIllinois Department of TransportationInfotech-Enterprises AmericaIngersoll Rand/Climate ControlTechnologies SectorInnoventor IncInteractive MarketingIntergrated Technology AssociatesJack Kennedy Metal Products &Buildings IncJohn Thomas IncJuggle LLCK&D Counter Tops IncKaskaskia Engineering Group LLCKemco Aerospace IncKnapheide ManufacturingKorte & Luitjohan Contractors IncL&P PlasticsLarson Engineering IncLeisure Time PoolsLewis and Clark Community CollegeLMI Aerospace Inc - Leonards Metal IncLockheed Martin Integrated Systems &SolutionsLord & TaylorLowesMac MedicalMagnesium ElektronMalcolm Pirnie IncMastercard WorldwideMaverick TechnologiesMcCarthy Building Companies IncMcEnery AutomationMcNeil Consumer HealthcareMetro (Bi-State Dev Agncy)Metropolitan St Louis Sewer District –MSDMissouri SportserviceMonsanto CompanyMSI Systems IntegratorsMurphy CompanyNascote IndustriesNational Great Rivers Research andEducation CenterNevco IncNidec Motor CorporationNoetix CorporationNooter Construction CompanyNorfolk Southern CorpOates Associates IncOptimum Engineering Solutions IncPace Construction CompanyPanduit CorpParasoft IncParic CorpPeabody EnergyPenta Engineering CorporationPoettker Construction CoPOWER Engineers IncPro Plas IncProcter & Gamble Paper ProductsCoPrudent Technologies IncRCS ConstructionRoeslein and AssociatesSatyam Computer ServicesSAVVIS CommunicationsCorporationScottrade IncSDDCTEA Surface Deployment &Distribution CommandSIUE School of Engineering Co-op/Internship ProgramParticipating Companies (continued)
    • 32. Shaw EnvironmentalSHM WirelessSiemens PLM SoftwareSIM Products IncSimutronics CorpSIU EdwardsvilleSM Wilson & CoSodexoSolutions AECSt Alexius HospitalStrategic Systems IncSubsurface Contractors IncSUK Systems IncT C 4 IncTechnoTec IncTexas A&M University -Corpus ChristiThe GSI Group IncThe Korte CompanyThe Mitre CorporationThe Shaw Group IncThe Tech SpotThe Trane CompanyThe Village of Shiloh, IllinoisThouvenot Wade & Moerchen IncTitan AerospaceTotal Computing SolutionsTrue Manufacturing CompanyTTS Solutions IncTurner Electric CorpUCLA Mechanical and AerospaceEngineering DepartmentUltreya Solutions GroupUnited Industries Corp/SpectrumUnited States Steel/Granite CityWorksUS Air Force 375 MSS/DPCSUS Army Corps of EngineersUS Army Corps of Engineers –Great Rivers ProjectUS Dept of Defense Info SystemsAgencyVintech Solutions IncWalton Construction IncWestern Construction GroupWeyerhaeuser CompanyWilson & Company EngineersWinchesterOlinWoolpert LLPSIUE School of Engineering Co-op/Internship ProgramParticipating Companies (continued)
    • 33. Some of the Companies That Hire Our GraduatesCivilOates Associates, Inc.MODOTIDOTCannon DesignHansen EngineeringJacobsComputer ScienceMonsantoAT & TEuropean Aeronautic Defense & Space (EADS)Enterprise Rent-A-CarEdward JonesConstructionAlberici ConstructorsMcCarthy ConstructionHolland Construction ServicesThe Korte Construction CompanyS.M. Wilson & Co.Electrical and ComputerAmerenThe Boeing CompanyBasler ElectricBitrodeLockheed-MartinNestle PurinaMAVERICK TechnologiesIndustrial and ManufacturingThe Boeing CompanySchnucks GrocersDana Brake PartsUPSCovidien HealthcareDRS Sustainment SystemsMechanicalOlinEmerson ElectricAnheuser Busch, Cos.CaterpillarGeneral ElectricNASAScott Air Force Base
    • 34. Salary Statistics• 2011 Average Starting Salaries– Civil Engineering $54,605– Computer Engineering $60,879– Computer Science $61,205– Construction Management (2009) $53,199– Electrical Engineering $59,074– Industrial/Manufacturing Eng. $57,734– Mechanical Engineering $58,392Source: National Association of Colleges and Employers
    • 35. School of Engineering…here excellence iseverywhere.Best wishes to all of you!For more information, contact:Office of the Dean(618) 650-2541Office of Engineering Student Services(618) 650-5300siue.edu/engineering

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