No, engineering is not included in CPaMS. However, often students are not sure of their major when they first go to college. Many students interested in engineering are also interested in at least one of our CPaMS majors (mathematics, statistics, physics, computer science, and data science), as each have overlap with engineering. It is possible in the first year to take courses relevant to all of these majors before the student decides. Loyola actually encourages this type of exploration, which is one of the reasons that students do not officially declare a major until the fall semester of their second year. If a student is considering any of the CPaMS majors as another option, they should still consider applying to CPaMS.