The Management-Engineering program is designed for students who want a liberal arts background, and emphases in economics and management, and an engineering major. The students spend their first three years (at least 24 courses) at Claremont, where they take mathematics, science, economics, management, and general education courses. The major requires thirteen courses in addition to the college's general education requirements.
1. Physics 33-34, General Physics
2. Physics 33-34, General Physics
3. Chemistry 14, Basic Principles of Chemistry
4. Mathematics 31, Calculus II
5. Mathematics 32, Calculus III
6. Mathematics 110, Intro to Engineering Mathematics (preferred) OR Mathematics 111, Differential Equations
7. One advanced science course (normally Physics 101, Intermediate Mechanics, or 106, Introduction to Circuits and Applications, or 107, Materials Science
8. Economics 86, Introductory Accounting
9. Economics 101, Intermediate Microeconomics
10. Economics 102, Intermediate Macroeconomics
11. Two Level Two courses in economics (see course catalog)
Chemical engineers should also take Chemistry 15, and Chemistry 116-117 or Chemistry 121-122
Computer Science 50, Introduction to Programming and Computer Tools, or 60, Object-Oriented Programming with Applications, or Physics 108, Fortran for Science and Engineering, are strongly recommended.