The Engineering EOS program (formally Engineering Bridge) is designed for students who have an interest in engineering but who have not demonstrated that they have the science or mathematics background required in order to start the outlined four-year curriculum in Engineering (Calculus I placement).
Students in Engineering Majors (not Comp Sci or Eng. Tech) who place into MAT 1070 (College Algebra) are eligible for the EOS Program.
The EOS program will provide students with the necessary foundations in mathematics, English, chemistry, and introductory engineering classes to succeed in the College of Engineering program of their choice. The hallmark of the program is intensive advising and faculty/student mentoring.
- The Engineering EOS program DOES NOT add any additional time on to your degree.
Because of a generous grant, students in the EOS program who participate in certain events during the semester, are eligible to receive up to a $500 stipend which is added to their OneCard. These funds can be used to:
- Pay for Parking
- Buy books/supplies at the WSU Bookstore
- Buy food on or around campus
Note that some students will originally place into EOS based off of their ACT or SAT test scores (MAT 1070 placement). They can bypass the EOS program by placing into a higher level math course
For more information about the EOS program, contact Casey Rue, Engineering EOS advisor.