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Civil Engineering

ACADEMIC PLAN:  CIVIL ENGINEERING

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet.

Freshman Year

  •   CEN 161 Civil Engineering Design Graphics
  •   CHM 152 Principles Modern Chemistry II
  •   CHM 153 Principles Modern Chemistry for Engineers
  •   CHM 162 Intro to Applied Chemistry II
  •   EGR 101 Intro to Engineering Applied Sci. I
  •   EGR 102 Intro to Engineering Applied Sci. II
  •   ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I
  •   ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II
  •   MTH 113 Calculus for Applied Sci. & Eng. I
  •   MTH 114 Calculus for Applied Sci. & Eng. II
  •   PHY 111 Physics for Science & Engineering I

Sophomore Year 

  •   CEN 202 Mechanics of Materials  
  •   CEN 209 Intro to Transportation 
  •   CEN 212 Civil Engineering Materials Lab
  •   EGR 241 Engineering Mechanics I
  •   EGR 242 Engineering Mechanics II
  •   ENL 266 Technical Communications
  •   MTH 212 Differential Equations 
  •   MTH 213 Calculus for Applied Sci. & Eng. III
  •   PHY 112 Physics for Science & Engineering II
  •   Gen Ed: Elective         
  •   Gen Ed: Elective

Junior Year

  •   CEN 301 Surveying
  •   CEN 303 Fluid Mechanics
  •   CEN 304 Intro Environmental Engineering
  •   CEN 305 Soil Mechanics
  •   CEN 306 Structural Analysis
  •   CEN 313 Fluid Mechanics Lab
  •   CEN 314 Environmental Engineering Lab
  •   CEN 315 Soil Mechanics Lab
  •   CEN 323 Geotechnical Engineering
  •   CEN 325 Water Resources Engineering
  •   CEN 328 Probability & Statistics for CE
  •   CEN 334 Traffic Engineering
  •   CEN 408 Anal. & Design Steel Structures

Senior Year

  •   CEN 307 Anal. & Design Concrete Structures
  •   CEN 402 Engineering Economy
  •   CEN 411 Water Quality Engineering
  •   CEN 452 Ethical, Professional & Safety Issues
  •   CEN 491 Civil Engineering Project
  •   Gen Ed: Elective         
  •   Gen Ed: Elective
  •   Gen Ed: Elective         
  •   Technical Elective
  •   Technical Elective      
  •   Technical Elective

Computer Science

ACADEMIC PLAN:  COMPUTER SCIENCE

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet.

Freshman Year

  •   CIS 180 Object-Oriented Programming I
  •   CIS 181 Object-Oriented Programming II
  •   ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I
  •   ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II
  •   MTH 111 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I
  •   MTH 112 Analytic Geometry & Calculus II
  •   Gen Ed: Elective
  •   Gen Ed: Elective

Sophomore Year 

  •   CIS 190 Intro to Procedural Programming
  •   CIS 272 Intro to Computing Systems
  •   CIS 273 Computer Organization & Design
  •   CIS 280 Software Specification & Design
  •   MTH 181 Discrete Structures I
  •   MTH 182 Intro to Discrete Structures II
  •   Laboratory Science I
  •   Laboratory Science II

Junior Year

  •   CIS 360 Algorithms and Data Structures
  •   CIS 361 Models of Computation
  •   CIS 362 Empirical Methods for CS
  •   CIS 370 Design of Operating Systems
  •   CIS 381 Social & Ethical Aspects of CS
  •   ENL 266 Technical Communications
  •   MTH 331 Probability
  •   Gen Ed: Elective
  •   Gen Ed: Elective
  •   Science/Quantitative Elective

Senior Year

  •   CIS 481 Parallel & Distributed Computing
  •   CIS 498 Software Engineering Project I
  •   CIS 499 Software Engineering Project II
  •   CIS Technical Elective
  •   CIS Technical Elective
  •   CIS Technical Elective
  •   CIS Technical Elective
  •   Free Elective
  •   Free Elective
  •   Gen Ed: Elective

Computer Engineering

ACADEMIC PLAN:  COMPUTER ENGINEERING

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet.

Freshman Year

  •   ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I
  •   ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II
  •   MTH 113 Calculus Applied Science I
  •   MTH 114 Calculus Applied Science II
  •   EGR 101 Intro Engineering Applied Sci I
  •   EGR 102 Intro Engineering Applied Sci II
  •   ECE 160 Foundations Comp Eng I
  •   ECE 161 Foundations Comp Eng II
  •   PHY 111 Physics for Science and Eng I
  •   Gen Ed: Elective

Sophomore Year 

  •   ECE 201 Circuit Theory I
  •   ECE 257 Fundamentals of System Software w/UNIX
  •   ECE 260 Digital Logic & Computer Design
  •   CIS 280 Software Specification & Design
  •   PHY 112 Physics for Science and Eng II
  •   MTH 213 Calculus Applied Science III
  •   ECE 203 Circuit Theory II
  •   ECE 250 Fundamentals of MATLAB
  •   ECE 263 Embedded System Design
  •   ECE 264 Object Oriented Software Development
  •   MTH 112 Differential Equations
  •   ENL 266 Technical Communications

Junior Year

  •   ECE 311 Digital Electronics
  •   ECE 320 Discrete-Time Linear Systems
  •   CIS 370 Design of Operating Systems
  •   MTH 350 Applied Discrete Mathematics
  •   ECE 310 Engineering Ethics
  •   ECE 368 Digital Design
  •   ECE 469 Computer Networks
  •   MTH 331 Probability
  •   Gen Ed: Elective
  •   Gen Ed: Elective
  •   Science Elective

Senior Year

  •   ECE 457 Design Project I
  •   CIS 360 Algorithms and Data Structures
  •   ECE 458 Design Project II
  •   ECE 460 Computer System Performance Evaluation
  •   Technical Elective
  •   Technical Elective
  •   Technical Elective
  •   Gen Ed: Elective
  •   Gen Ed: Elective

Electrical Engineering

ACADEMIC PLAN:  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet.

Freshman Year

  •   ECE 160 Foundations Comp. Engineering I
  •   EGR 101 Intro to Engineering Applied Sci. I
  •   EGR 102 Intro to Engineering Applied Sci. II
  •   ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I
  •   ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II
  •   MTH 113 Calculus for Applied Sci. & Eng. I
  •   MTH 114 Calculus for Applied Sci. & Eng. II
  •   PHY 111 Physics for Science & Engineering I
  •   Gen Ed: Elective
  •   Science Elective

Sophomore Year 

  •   ECE 201 Circuit Theory I  
  •   ECE 202 Circuit Theory II 
  •   ECE 250 Fundamentals of MATLAB
  •   ECE 260 Digital Logic & Computer Design
  •   ECE 263 Embedded System Design
  •   ECE 264 Object Oriented Software Develop.
  •   ENL 266 Technical Communications
  •   MTH 212 Differential Equations 
  •   MTH 213 Calculus for Applied Sci. & Eng. III
  •   PHY 112 Physics for Science & Engineering II

Junior Year

  •   ECE 310 Engineering Ethics
  •   ECE 311 Digital Electronics
  •   ECE 312 Analog Electronics
  •   ECE 320 Discrete-Time Linear Systems
  •   ECE 321 Continuous-Time Linear Systems
  •   ECE 335 Electromagnetic Theory I
  •   ECE 336 Electromagnetic Theory II
  •   ECE 384 Random Signals & Noise
  •   Engineering Mathematics
  •   Gen Ed: Elective
  •   Gen Ed: Elective

Senior Year

  •   ECE 457 Design Project I
  •   ECE 458 Design Project II
  •   ECE 471 Communication Theory
  •   Gen Ed: Elective
  •   Gen Ed: Elective
  •   Science Elective
  •   Technical Elective
  •   Technical Elective
  •   Technical Elective

Mechanical Engineering

ACADEMIC PLAN:  MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet.

Freshman Year

  •   CHM 152 Principles Modern Chemistry II
  •   CHM 153 Principles Modern Chemistry for Engineers
  •   CHM 162 Intro to Applied Chemistry II
  •   EGR 101 Intro to Engineering Applied Sci. I
  •   EGR 102 Intro to Engineering Applied Sci. II
  •   EGR 131 Intro to Design
  •   ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I
  •   ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II
  •   MTH 113 Calculus for Applied Sci. & Eng. I
  •   MTH 114 Calculus for Applied Sci. & Eng. II
  •   PHY 111 Physics for Science & Engineering I
  •   Computer Programming

Sophomore Year 

  •   EGR 241 Engineering Mechanics I
  •   EGR 242 Engineering Mechanics II
  •   MNE 220 Engineering Thermodynamics I
  •   MNE 231 Materials Science
  •   MNE 252 Mechanics of Materials
  •   MTH 212 Differential Equations
  •   MTH 213 Calculus for Applied Sci. & Eng. III
  •   PHY 112 Physics for Science & Engineering II
  •   Gen Ed: Elective

Junior Year

  •   ECE 211 Elements of Electrical Engineering I  
  •   ECE 251 Electrical Engineering Lab I
  •   EGR 301 Applied Engineering Math
  •   EGR 303 Engineering Economics
  •   ENL 266 Technical Communications
  •   MNE 332 Fluid Mechanics
  •   MNE 345 Design for Manufacturing
  •   MNE 381 Design for Machine Elements
  •   MNE 411 Heat Transfer
  •   MNE 491 Advanced Machine Design
  •   Gen Ed: Elective

Senior Year

  •   ECE 212 Elements of Electrical Engineering II 
  •   MNE 421 Thermal Systems Design
  •   MNE 466 Control Theory
  •   MNE 497 ME Design Project I
  •   MNE 498 ME Design Project II
  •   Gen Ed: Elective
  •   Gen Ed: Elective
  •   Technical Elective
  •   Technical Elective
  •   Technical Elective

Physics

ACADEMIC PLAN:  PHYSICS

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet.

Freshman Year

  •   CIS 115 Computer Programming
  •   EGR 101 Intro to Engineering Applied Sci. I
  •   EGR 102 Intro to Engineering Applied Sci. II
  •   ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I
  •   ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II
  •   MTH 113 Calculus for Applied Sci. & Eng. I
  •   MTH 114 Calculus for Applied Sci. & Eng. II
  •   PHY 109 Freshman Seminar
  •   PHY 111 Physics for Science & Engineering I
  •   Gen Ed: Elective

Sophomore Year 

  •   ENL 266 Technical Communications
  •   MTH 212 Differential Equations  
  •   MTH 213 Calculus for Applied Sci. & Eng. III
  •   PHY 112 Physics for Science & Engineering II
  •   PHY 115 Intro to Classical Physics
  •   PHY 213 Applied Modern Physics
  •   PHY 225 Introductory Experimental Physics I
  •   PHY 227 Introductory Experimental Physics II
  •   PHY 234 Intermediate Mathematical Physics
  •   Gen Ed: Elective
  •  Gen Ed: Elective

Junior Year

  •   PHY 313 Mechanics
  •   PHY 322 Electronic Devices & Circuits II
  •   PHY 341 Quantum Mechanics I
  •   PHY 342 Quantum Mechanics II
  •   PHY 411 Electric & Magnetic Fields I
  •   PHY 441 Statistical Thermodynamics
  •   Free Elective
  •   Gen Ed: Elective
  •   Science Elective
  •   Science Elective

Senior Year

  •   PHY 421 Advanced Laboratory
  •   PHY 442 Elements of Solid State Physics
  •   PHY Elective (200+ level)
  •   PHY Elective (300+ level)
  •   PHY Elective (300+ level)
  •   Free Elective
  •   Free Elective
  •   Free Elective
  •   Gen Ed: Elective
  •   Gen Ed: Elective

Bioengineering

ACADEMIC PLAN:  BIOENGINEERING

This is an overview of degree requirements. This is NOT an advising sheet.

Freshman Year

  •   ENL 101 Critical Writing and Reading I
  •   ENL 102 Critical Writing and Reading II
  •   CHM 153 Principles Modern Chemistry for Engineers
  •   CHM 152 Principles Modern Chemistry II
  •   CHM 162 Intro to Applied Chemistry II
  •   BNG 101 Intro to Bioengineering
  •   MTH 113 Calculus for Applied Sci. & Eng. I
  •   MTH 114 Calculus for Applied Sci. & Eng. II
  •   EGR 101 Intro to Engineering Applied Sci. I
  •   EGR 102 Intro to Engineering Applied Sci. II
  •   PHY 111 Physics for Science & Engineering I

Sophomore Year 

  •   BIO 121 Biology of Organisms IENL 266 Technical Communications
  •   BIO 131 Biology of Organisms Lab I
  •   BIO 122 Biology of Organisms II
  •   BIO 132 Biology or Organisms Lab II
  •   MTH 213 Calculus for Applied Sci. & Eng. III
  •   MTH 212 Differential Equations
  •   PHY 112 Physics for Science & Engineering II
  •   MNE 220 Engineering Thermodynamics I
  •   EGE 241 Engineering Mechanics I
  •   BNG 201 Bioengineering Seminar
  •   ECE 211 Elements of Electrical Engineering I
  •   ECE 251 Elements of Electrical Engineering Lab

Junior Year

  •   ENL 266 Technical Communication
  •   BNG 311 Experimental Design & Analysis
  •   BNG 312 Biotransport
  •   BNG 314 Biomechanics
  •   BNG 316 Biomaterials
  •   BNG 318 Biomeasurement & Control
  •   BNG 321 Quantitative Anatomy & Physiology for Design
  •   Gen Ed: Elective
  •   Gen Ed: Elective
  •   Gen Ed: Elective

Senior Year

  •   EGR 497 Bioengineering Capstone Design I
  •   EGR 498 Bioengineering Capstone Design II
  •   BNG 411 Bioengineering Lab
  •   BNG 423 Biosystems Analysis & Design
  •   Specialization Elective
  •   Specialization Elective
  •   Specialization Elective
  •   Specialization Elective
  •   Gen Ed: Elective
  •   Gen Ed: Elective

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