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RECOMMENDED 2ND SEMESTER COURSES FOR 1ST YEAR STUDENTS PLANNING TO MAJOR IN ENGINEERING
Revised Oct. 19, 2012

 

  1. Students considering CHEMICAL
BIOCHEMICAL
ENVIRONMENTAL
emphasis options should take the courses below.
2. All other students who are currently in MATH 125 Calculus with Review I should take the courses below. 3. All other students who are currently in MATH 131, 132, or 231 should take the courses below.
MATH Next MATH course – 4 cr
(126, 132, 231, or 232)
Next MATH course – 4 cr
(126)
Next MATH course – 4 cr
(132, 231, or 232)
THREE   ENGS 140 – 2 cr
Intro Electric Circuits
ENGS 140 – 2 cr
Intro Electric Circuits
HALF SEMESTER ENGS 150-01A – 2 cr
Conservation Principles
ENGS 150 – 2 cr
Conservation Principles
ENGS 150 – 2 cr
Conservation Principles
ENGINEERING ENGS 170 – 1 cr
CAD
ENGS 170 – 1 cr
CAD
ENGS 170 – 1 cr
CAD
COURSES ENGS 250-01B – 2 cr
Process Calculations
   
SCIENCE Choose one of these – 4 cr
Either CHEM 127/128
Or PHYS 121/141
  CSCI 160 – 3 cr
Scientific Computer Progr
GENERAL ED Gen Ed courses – 3-4 cr Gen Ed courses – 6-7 cr Gen Ed courses – 4 cr

Suggested Spring 2013 schedule blocks for MWF ENGS 140/150/170/250:

  Chem, Biochem, Environ   All others (Schedule Option 1)   All others (Schedule Option 2)  
  1st half semester 2nd half semester 1st half semester 2nd half semester 1st half semester 2nd half semester
12:00-12:50 *   ENGS 170-01A ENGS 140-11B   ENGS 150-02B
1:00-1:50   * ** ** ENGS 140-01A ENGS 170-11B
2:00-2:50 ENGS 150-01A ENGS 250-01B ENGS 150-01A   *** ***
  *possible ENGS 170-01A or -11B *possible ENGS 170-01A or -11B **1:00 MATH 132 recommended **1:00 MATH 132 recommended ***2:00 MATH class recommended ***2:00 MATH class recommended

Please contact Dr. John Krupczak, Dr. Michael Misovich, or an Engineering faculty member if you have questions.