Recommended Schedule

Freshman Year
Fall Semester
Calculus I
Computing for Engineers
Old Testament Introduction
Concepts of Physical Ed
The Christian Mind
Intro to Engineering
4
4L
3
2
2
1
Total 16
Spring Semester
Calculus II
General Physics I
New Testament Introduction
English Composition
US History
Personal Aerobics

4
4L
3
3
3
1

Total 18


Sophomore Year
Fall Semester
Calculus III
General Physics II
Statics
Christian Doctrine I
Cultural Heritage of
the West I
4
4L
3
3
3
 
Total 17
Spring Semester
Differential Equations
Modern Physics
Dynamics
Christian Doctrine II
Cultural Heritage of
the West II
4
4L
3
3
3
Total 17


Junior Year
Fall Semester
General Chemistry I
Foreign Language I
Linear Algebra
Microeconomics
Intro to Lit Studies (Eng201)/Humanities
4L
4L
3
4
3
Total 18
Spring Semester
General Chemistry II
Foreign Language II
Speech
Fine Art Elective Global Trends
Christ & Culture
Intercultural Experience
4L
4L
2
3
3
1
1
Total 18


Note: "L" in the credit hours indicates that a laboratory is included with the class.

Note: This is NOT a required schedule. It is merely a recommended schedule and a place to begin to fit your specific needs. Many students will enter the program with AP credit or previous college credit allowing them to bypass certain classes in this schedule. Also, many students will opt to take advantage of Covenant's May Term which is a short term directly after the Spring semester where a student can take a single, concentrated class. Most often, these classes are core classes. Some engineering students also choose to fulfill their foreign language requirement over the summer or through correspondence courses offered by other academic institutions. Doing the Senior Integration Project (SIP) while at Georgia Tech is also very popular among engineering students, but, as a word of warning, it becomes increasingly more difficult to finish the SIP the longer you are out of Covenant. All of these methods of making the course load lighter serve the purposes of decreasing the workload or allowing the student to take other classes of interest.