Engineering 3rd millennium

(Gordon Rule Writing (GRW), 6 credits required) (A grade of “C” or higher is required in each course) ___ ENC 1101 …………. College Writing I (REQUIRED) ___ ENC 1102+ ……….. College Writing II THE FOLLOWING COURSES CAN BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ENC 1102: ___ ANT 1471+………… Cultural Difference in a Globalized Society ___ ENC 1930+ ……….. University Honors Seminar in Writing (Permit Only) ___ ENC 1939+ ……….. Special Topic: College Writing II ___ ENC 2452+? ……… Honor Composition for Science ___ NSP 1195+ ………..

Being Cared For: Reflections from Other Side of Bed Students must take four (4) GRW Courses. Two (2) must be taken from Foundations of Written Communications. §Two additional courses are REQUIRED. FOUNDATIONS OF SOCIETY & HUMAN BEHAVIOR (6 credits required, select 2 courses from 2 different departments) Anthropology Department ___ ANT 2000 & D ………………….. Introduction to Anthropology Economics Department ___ ECO 2013# ………………………. Macroeconomic Principles ___ ECO 2023# ………………………. Microeconomic Principles ___ ECP 2002 …………………………

Contemporary Economic Issues Exceptional Student Education Department ___ EEX 2091 …………………………. Disability and Society Geosciences Department ___ EVR 2017 ………………………… Environment and Society Political Science Department ___ POS 2041 ………………………… Government of the United States Psychology Department ___ PSY 1012 …………………………. General Psychology FOUNDATIONS OF MATHEMATICS & QUANTITATIVE REASONING (Grade of “C” or higher required. 8 credits required) PRETEST IS REQUIRED BEFORE TAKING YOUR FIRST MATH CLASS

NOTE: Students must take at least one course with the prefix MAC or MGF from the list below ___ MAC 2281……………………… Calculus for Engineers I (4 credits) (1) ___ MAC 2282……………………… Calculus for Engineers II (4 credits) (2) (1) MAC 2311 and MAC 2253 are substitutes. (2) MAC 2312 and MAC 2254 are substitutes Calculus requires a solid background in Algebra and Trigonometry. If you are not ready to take Calculus the following courses will provide the necessary background: ___ MAC ___ MAC ___ MAC ___ MAC 1105 …………. College Algebra

1114 …………. Trigonometry 1140 …………. Precalculus Algebra 1147 …………. Precalculus Algebra & Trig (5 credits) FOUNDATIONS IN GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP (Select 2 courses from 2 different departments) At least 1 course must be Global Perspectives – (GP) (6 credits required) Anthropology Department ___ ANT 2410 …………….. Culture and Society (GP) Curriculum, Culture, & Educational Inquiry Department ___ EDF 2854 …………….. Educated Citizen in Global Context (GP) Geography Department ___ GEA 2000 & D ………. World Geography (GP) History Department

___ AMH 2010 (P/F) ……. United States History to 1877 ___ AMH 2020 (P/F) ……. United States History Since 1877 ___ WOH 2012 & D++ …. History of Civilization I (GRW) (GP) ___ WOH 2022 ……………. History of Civilization II (GP) Languages, Linguistics, & Comparative Literature Department ___ LAS 2000 ……………… Intro to Caribbean & Latin American Studies ___ LIN 2607 ………………. Global Perspectives on Language (GP) Public Administration Department ___ PAD 2258 ………………………… Changing Env. of Soc. , Bus. , & Government Philosophy Department

___ PHI 2010 & D++ ……. Introduction to Philosophy (GRW) Sociology Department ___ SYG 1000 ………………………… Sociological Perspectives ___ SYG 2010 ………………………… Social Problems Political Science Department ___ INR 2002 ……………… Introduction to World Politics (GP) Urban & Regional Planning Department ___ URP 2051 ………………………… Designing the City Sociology Department ___ SYD 2790 …………….. Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality ___ SYP 2450 …………….. Global Society (GP) FOUNDATIONS OF SCIENCE & THE NATURAL WORLD

(8 credits required including Labs. ) Chemistry * (Grade of “C” or higher required) ___ CHM 2045 & L ………………… General Chemistry & Lab (4 cr) (Incl. Lab) Pre-requisite of MAC 1105 – College Algebra * The following courses are acceptable in the Computer Science program in lieu of Chemistry: Biology Department (Grade of “C” or higher required) ___ BSC 1010 & L & D ………… Biological Principles (4 cr) (Incl Lab & Disc. ) Geology Department (Grade of “C” or higher required) ___ GLY 2010C …………………… Physical Geology & Lab (4 credits)

The following courses are required for all engineering programs: Physics Department (Grade of “C” or higher required) ___ PHY 2043 ………………………. Physics for Engineers I (3 credits) (PHY 2048 (4 credits) is a substitute) AND ___ PHY 2048 L ……………………. General Physics I Lab (1 credit) Pre-requisite of MAC 2281 – Calculus I for Engineers I or MAC 2311 Calculus with Analytical Geometry I Freshman Academic Advising Services Social Work Department ___ SOW 1005 ……………. Global Perspectives of Social Services (GP) FOUNDATIONS OF CREATIVE EXPRESSION (6 credits req.

, select 2 courses from 2 different departments) Architecture Department ___ ARC 2208 ………………………… Culture & Architecture Visual Art & Art History Dept. (EG majors cannot take P/F option) __ ARH 2000 (P/F) ………………….. Art Appreciation School of Communication & Multimedia Studies ___ FIL 2000 & D. …………………… Film Appreciation English Department ___ LIT 2010++ ………………………. Interpretation of Fiction (GRW) ___ LIT 2030++ ………………………. Interpretation of Poetry (GRW) ___ LIT 2040++ ……………………….

Interpretation of Drama (GRW) Languages, Linguistics, & Comparative Literature Department ___ LIT 2100 & D ……………………. Global Great Books Music Department ___ MUL 2010 ………………………… History & Appreciation of Music Theater & Dance Department ___ DAN 2100 ………………………… Appreciation of Dance ___ THE 2000 ………………………… Appreciation of Theater Pag e |1 STUDENTS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR MEETING ALL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Course selections should be made in consultation with an advisor Legend + ++

# GRW D L P/F § – ENC 1101 is a prerequisite. – Two Foundations of Written Communications classes are required before taking this class. – Sophomore standing (30 credits earned) is required. – (WAC) Writing across the curriculum class. – A discussion is linked to the lecture. Students must register for the discussion in addition to the lecture. – A lab is linked to the lecture. Students must register for the lab in addition to the lecture. – A pass (P) or fail (F) option is available for this course. Engineering majors cannot take this course for Pass/Fail.

– We strongly recommend the two additional GRW courses come from Foundations of Global Citizenship and/or Foundations of Creative Expressions. Courses include: PHI 2010, WOH 2012, LIT 2010, LIT 2030, LIT 2040. See advisor for additional details. FOREIGN LANGUAGE (4-8 credits) – REQUIRED only for COMPUTER SCIENCE MAJOR Students with more than one year of a foreign language in high school should enroll in the second half of the beginners foreign language class (ARA/FOL/FRE/GER/GRE/GRK/HBR/ITA/JPN/LAT/SPN 1121) or a higher level course.

Proficiency for a first-level course can be earned by successfully completing a second-level course. For questions related to this requirement, consult an academic advisor. CLEP exam credits meet this requirement: see the catalog. ? NOTE: Native Speakers of a foreign language must consult the Languages, Linguistics, and Comparative Literature Department regarding this requirement. ? NOTE: Honors Seminars SHALL BE ACCEPTED AS MEETING THE GORDON RULE WRITING REQUIREMENT. See the Freshman Academic Advising Services Office for details.

Pre-Professional Engineering Program Core Courses Electrical & Computer Engineering 1. MAC 2281 – Calculus for Engineers 1 * 2. MAC 2282 – Calculus for Engineers 2 ** OR 1. MAC 2281- Calculus for Engineers 1* 2. PHY 2043 – Physics for Engineers 1*** Ocean, Mechanical, Civil, and Geomatics Engineering 1. MAC 2281 – Calculus for Engineers 1* Credits 4 4 4 3 4 2. PHY 2043 – Physics for Engineers 1*** Computer Science 1. COP 2220 – Introduction to Programming in C 2. MAC 1140 – Pre-calculus Algebra 3. MAC 1114 – Trigonometry OR 1.

COP 2220 – Introduction to Programming in C 2. MAC 1147 – Pre-calculus Algebra &Trigonometry 3 3 3 3 3 5 Incoming Freshman and students transferring with less than 30 credits contact: Madison McShane Freshman Academic Advising Services Phone: (561) 297-3064 Freshman Academic Advising Services April 8, 2013 Notes *MAC 2311 is a substitute for MAC 2281. **MAC 2312 is a substitute for MAC 2282. *** PHY 2048 is a substitute for PHY 2043. *** PHY 2048 can’t be taken until MAC 2281 is fulfilled. Requirement Information ? EGN 1002: Fundamentals of Engineering (3 credits) must be taken in freshman year and earn a “C” or better.

• Is not required for Computer Science majors. ? Entry level mathematics requirement for the Pre-professional program is Calculus 1. Students who delayed on acceptance in an Engineering or Computer Science program. ? Must receive a minimum grade of “C” and overall GPA of 2. 5 or greater in each Pre-professional Engineering group. Transfer students or students with more than 30 credits contact: Tayler Kung Pre-professional Engineering Advisor Email: [email protected] edu Phone: (561) 297-3408