School of Engineering

School of Engineering Advising

Alex Wenger

Alex Wenger, Academic Advisor - Quad Cities Campus

Ms. Wenger is a native of Durant, Iowa (a rural farming town outside the Quad Cities). She holds an M.A. in Higher Education and Student Affairs and a B.S. in Psychology from the University of Iowa. Before joining Western, Wenger worked as a first-year student advisor and as an academic coach to students preparing for graduate school in the sciences. Her experience at large universities and small colleges led her to WIU-QC which brings together the best of both worlds. Her goal is to support students so they can make informed decisions and reach their educational goals. Wenger is interested in learning about the unique stories behind students’ decision to earn an Engineering degree, and in helping students to navigate the process toward graduation.

Appointments: (309) 762-5787
Phone: (309) 762-9481 ext. 62789
Office: QC Riverfront 109
Email: AL-Wenger@wiu.edu

Andi Potter, Academic Advisor - Macomb Campus

Phone: (309) 298-2100
Office: Knoblauch Hall 110
Email: AD-Potter@wiu.edu

You and your advisor share an important responsibility. While ultimately you are responsible for your graduation requirements, your advisor is available to clarify University policies and procedures and to assist in developing your degree plan. You will be required to meet with your academic advisor at least once each semester to register for classes in the next term. Following are typical tasks you may discuss with your advisor:

  • Explore majors within the College and/or University
  • Drop a class
  • Review your degree plan
  • Make a schedule change
  • Declare or change your major
  • Obtain career information
  • Investigate internship possibilities
  • Apply for graduation

Transfer Students

There are two primary paths for students to enter the program: Transfer from a two or four year institution, and by registering with WIU Engineering and one of our partner colleges. Students seeking admission to the Engineering program must satisfy general university admissions requirements and register with both WIU and one of our partner colleges unless all such requirements have been met. Contact the School of Engineering for more details. Transfer students seeking credit for required math, science and engineering core courses must have earned a grade of "C" or better in all such courses to receive full credit.

The Transfer Planning Guide shows the Illinois Articulation Initiative standard course numbers common in most pre-engineering programs, the WIU course number equivalent, and the equivalent course number at the various community colleges. If no course number is shown, then that particular course is either not offered at that college or there has been no articulation. The staff of the School of Engineering is more than happy to help you with questions, so please don't hesitate to call.

Resources

Model Degree Plan-Engineering

WIU Course Search

Undergraduate Catalog

Curriculum and Admission Requirements

WIU Engineering Program (pdf)

Curriculum Equivalency Charts

Transfer Planning Guide (pdf)

Curriculum Roadmaps

Engineering Course Offerings - Fall

  • ENGR 105: Engineering Graphics
  • MATH 133: Calculus I w/analytic geometry
  • MATH 231: Calculus III w/analytic geometry
  • PHYS 211: University Physics I
  • ENGR 212: Engineering Dynamics (QC & Macomb!)
  • ENGR 251: Strength of Materials (QC & Macomb!)
  • ENGR 300: Engineering Thermodynamics
  • ENGR 320: Mechanical Design
  • ENGR 331: Engineering Project Management
  • ENGR 351: Engineering Material Science
  • ENGR 370: Micro-Electronics I
  • ENGR 410: Intermediate Thermo-Fluid Dynamics*
  • ENGR 453: Geotechnical Design*
  • ENGR 460: Steel Design*
  • ENGR 471: Micro-Electronics II*
  • ENGR 472: Mechatronics II*
  • ENGR 490: Engineering Senior Design
  • ENGR 491: Engineering Internship

Engineering Course Offerings - Spring

  • ENGR 105: Engineering Graphics
  • MATH 134: Calculus II w/analytic geometry
  • MATH 333: ODE
  • ENGR 211: Statics (QC & Macomb)
  • PHYS 213: University Physics III
  • ENGR 220: Computational Methods for Engineers (QC & Macomb)
  • ENGR 271: Engineering Electrical Circuits (QC & Macomb)
  • ENGR 310: Fluid Dynamics
  • ENGR 340: Manufacturing Engineering
  • ENGR 360: Structural Design
  • ENGR 411: Heat Transfer*
  • ENGR 461: Concrete Design*
  • ENGR 470: Mechatronics I
  • ENGR 473: Industrial Controls*
  • ENGR 481: Finite Element Analysis*
  • ENGR 490: Engineering Senior Design
  • ENGR 491: Engineering Internship

*Must meet minimum enrollment, course may be cancelled without notice.

Quad Cities Campus Offices

QC Admissions

Apply to WIU-QC • Informal Transfer Evalualtions • Explore Majors

Kassandra Daly, Assistant Director QC Admissions

Phone: (309) 762-3999 Ext. 62348
Office: QC Riverfront 108i
Email: KJ-Daly@wiu.edu

QC Student Services

Internships and resumes • Accomodations for students with disabilities • Benefits for student veterans

Audrey Adamson, Assistant Director

Phone: (309) 762-3999 Ext. 62573
Office: QC Riverfront 108k
Email: ANW-Adamson@wiu.edu

Curtis Williams, Associate Director

Phone: (309) 762-3999 Ext. 62236
Office: QC Riverfront 200
Email: CM-Williams11@wiu.edu

QC Financial Aid

Scholarships, loans, and grant questions • Consortium agreements

Heather Calvert, Financial Aid Advisor Manager

Phone: (309) 762-3999 Ext. 62235
Office: QC Riverfront 127
Email: HN-Calvert@wiu.edu