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Curricula

Engineering

Course

Description

Credit Hours

Fall

ENGN 110

Freshman Engineering & Technology I

 2

Gen Ed Course

General Education Course (see below)

 3

ENGL 110C

English Composition

 3

CHEM 115N

Foundations of Chemistry I

 4

MATH 211

Calculus I

 4

Spring

ENGN 111

Freshman Engineering & Technology II

 2

CHEM 117

Foundations of Chemistry II

 3

CS 150

Introduction to Programming

 4

MATH 212

Calculus II

 4

PHYS 231N

University Physics & Lab I

 4

Total:

33

Engineering Technology

Course

Description

Credit Hours

Fall

ENGN 110

Explore Engineering & Technology I

 2

MATH 162

Pre-Calculus I

 3

ENGL 110C

English Composition

 3

Additional courses for MET or CET

CHEM 115N

Foundations of Chemistry I

 4

MET 120

Engineering Graphics

 3

Additional courses for EET or CpET

EET 120

Logic Ckts & Microprocessors

 3

EET 125

Logic and Microprocessor Lab

2

Spring

ENGN 111

Explore Engineering & Technology II

 2

MATH 163

Pre-Calculus II

 3

PHYS 111N

General Physics I

 4

Additional courses for MET or CET

 

Gen Ed.

General Education course (see worksheet below)

3

MET 240

Computer Solid Modeling (required for MET majors)

3

 

Department Approved Elective (CET majors only)

3

Additional courses for EET or CpET

 

EET 110

Electrical Circuits I

 3

ENGL 131C

Technical & Scientific Writing

 3

Total:

30+

General Education Course Worksheet

(condensed from page 68 of 2008-2009 catalog)
Lower division / Upper division

Lower Division

1. Composition - 6 hours
ENGL 110C, ENGL 111C OR ENGL 131C (depending on major)

2. Oral Communication - 3 hours (**only for engineering technology majors)
COMM 101R

3. Foreign Language - 0-6 hours (**only required if not already satisfied in high school or community college)
See page 68 of the catalog for class options

4. Fine and Performing Arts - 3 hours
Choose 1of: ARTH 121A, ARTS 122A, MUSC 264A, DANC 185A, THEA 241A, COMM/THEA 270A

5. History - 3 hours
Choose 1of: HIST 101H, 102H, 103H, 104H, 105H

6. Literature - 3 hours
Choose 1of: ENGL 112L, 144L, FLET 100L

7. Philosophy - 3 hours
Choose 1of: PHIL 110P, 120P, 150P

8. Social Science - 3 hours
Choose 1of: ANTR 110S, COMM 200S, CRJS 215S, ECON 200S, 201S, 202S, GEOG 100S,
101S, POLS 100S, 101S, PSYC 201S, 203S, SOC 201S, WMST 201S

   

Upper Division

You must choose one of these options to fulfill the upper division general education requirement.

1. Complete any university approved minor. A complete list is on pages 69-70 of the 2008-2009 catalog. To enhance your engineering education, you might consider a minor within your college, such as:

2. Complete a focus-area cluster. There are 10 clusters described on pages 66-67 of the 2008-2009 catalog. To enhance your engineering education, you might consider a cluster within your college, such as:
Environmental Management

3. Complete International Business and Regional Courses. Refer to pages 67 of the 2008-2009 catalog for requirements.

4. Complete a second major or second degree. Consult with your academic advisor.