I am hoping someone can provide me with some information about what undergraduate courses are typically expected on an applicants transcript for engineering masters programs. I presume the different disciplines of engineering require different classes as prerequisites, so I'd be interested in hearing about them all, if possible. I have an undergraduate degree in economics and currently work full-time. I made a decision late in undergrad that I wanted to attend grad school for economics, which typically requires Calculus 1-3, Differential Equations, and Linear Algebra as minimum requirements. These are not classes I ever considered taking until I realized they'd be necessary for something I wanted to achieve, so I decided that it'd be best for me to finish my degree and take these classes while working. So far I have stuck to my plan and am currently enrolled in Calc 2 and find the subject very interesting. I seem to enjoy the engineering applications as much as topics I studied in economics and the type of work engineers do appeals to me. I have just begun to scratch the surface of considering a new path, so I wanted to see what requirements I would be faced with to even enroll in engineering grad programs. Thanks for the help!