Recommended Schedule by Field of Study

English

  • English I: Expository Writing or English 3: Reading, Writing, Research

Mathematics

  • Mathematics 32: Calculus I (formerly Mathematics 11)
  • Mathematics 36: Applied Calculus II (formerly Mathematics 50)
  • Mathematics 42: Calculus III (formerly Mathematics 13)
  • Mathematics 61: Discrete Mathematics (formerly Mathematics 22)
  • Probability and Statistics, which must be one of:
    • Mathematics 161: Probability and Mathematics 162: Statistics
    • Engineering Science 56: Probability and Statistics
    • Electrical Engineering 104: Probabalistic Systems Analysis
    • Biology 132: Biostatistics
    • Physics 153: Statistical Mechanics

Introductory Sciences

  • Physics 11: General Physics
  • Chemistry 1: Chemical Fundamentals or Chemistry 16: Chemistry of Materials
  • Physics 12: General Physics or Chemistry 2: Chemical Principles
  • One Natural Science elective

Introductory Engineering

  • Engineering 2: Engineering Graphics & CAD (half credit)
  • Engineering Science 2: Introduction to Computing in Engineering
  • One half-credit engineering course

Foundation

  • Engineering Science 3: Introduction to Electrical Engineering
  • Engineering Science 4: Introduction to Digital Logic Circuits
  • Computer Science 11: Introduction to Computer Science
  • Computer Science 15: Data Structures

Concentration

  • Computer Science 40: Computer Architecture
  • Computer Science 105: Programming Languages
  • Computer Science 160: Algorithms
  • Computer Science 170: Theory of Computation
  • Computer Science 97: Senior Capstone Project I
  • Computer Science 98: Senior Capstone Project II
  • Five Computer Science electives

Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences

Breadth Electives

  • Philosophy 24: Introduction to Ethics or Engineering Management 54: Engineering Leadership
  • Three electives chosen from:
    • Any humanities, arts, and social sciences course accepted for a humanities, arts, and social sciences elective
    • Biomedical Engineering 50: Introduction to Biomedical Engineering
    • Civil Engineering 10: Introduction to Civil Engineering
    • Civil Engineering 32: Introduction to Environmental Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering 1: Introduction to Mechanical Engineering
    • Any course in Engineering Psychology, Entrepreneurial Leadership, Engineering Management, or Engineering Science except ES 2, ES 11, ES 56, and ES 101
    • Maximum of one course credit from the Experimental College
    • Maximum of one course from Physical Education

Free Electives

  • Two courses

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