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UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES


The Schools of Nursing and Pharmacy operate on both the Oxford and Jackson campuses. The Schools of Dentistry, Health Related Professionals and Medicine, and the Health Sciences Graduate School, are based in Jackson only. (Additional healthcare programs are available through the School of Applied Sciences on the Oxford campus.) Other than these exceptions, the schools above are on the Oxford campus.

B.E. in Engineering

Apply science and math to design, construct, operate, and maintain structures and materials

The Bachelor of Engineering program at University of Mississippi is heavily rooted in mathematics, science, and core engineering coursework, but offers a breadth and flexibility not offered by other programs in order to enable students to tailor a program of study to suit their interests and career goals.

Key Benefits

Ole Miss Engineering students may choose an emphasis in business administration, manufacturing, pre-law, pre-med, ROTC studies, and secondary education, or select an interdisciplinary plan of study to develop their own interests.

Graduate Outcomes

Graduates from the School of Engineering at the University of Mississippi are successful project engineers, medical doctors, lawyers, military officers, and CEOs of their own companies.

Specializations

B.E. in Engineering Faculty

Adam Eugene Smith
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING AND ACADEMIC DIRECTOR OF GENERAL ENGINEERING
Dwight Ernest Waddell
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, ACADEMIC PROGRAM DIRECTOR OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING, AND RESEARCH ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF HEALTH, EXERCISE SCIENCE & RECREATIONAL MANAGEMENT
Marni Reeves Kendricks
ASSISTANT DEAN FOR UNDERGRADUATE ACADEMICS
Alexander Miguel Lopez
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Gregory L Easson
ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR RESEARCH & GRADUATE PROGRAMS FOR THE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING, DIRECTOR OF THE MISSISSIPPI MINERAL RESOURCES INSTITUTE, AND PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY & GEOLOGICAL ENGINEERING

Candidates for the B.E. degree must complete the following courses: Math 261-264, Math 353, Writ 100, Writ 101, Writ 102, or Liba 102; Chem 105, 106, 115, 116, and Phys 211, 212, 221, 222; Csci 251; Engr 100, 309, 310, 313, 321, 330, 360, 361, 400; 9 hours of technical engineering electives; 3 additional hours of humanities/social science/fine arts beyond the 18 hours School of Engineering core/general education requirement; 33 hours of an approved emphasis area.   The qualifications for the 9 hours of technical electives: any combination of courses offered by the School of Engineering with one course at the 200 level or higher and at least two courses at the 300 level or higher, for a combined total of 9 credit hours.

Freshmen may directly enroll in general engineering with an ACT Math score of 20 (or SAT equiv) and 2.8 high school core GPA. Students transferring to the Bachelor of Engineering program from other majors or from other institutions must have 2.25 cumulative GPA as well as 25 ACT Math score or B in MATH 125 or higher math class.

Derrick Wilson

Derrick Wilson has more than 20 years of engineering, management, and commercial experience in several top global companies in a wide array of market segments. Derrick has held strategic roles as sales executive, global black belt, & global key account manager.