1There are 12 credits of humanities and social science (HU/SS) electives, 6 of which must be in humanities (HU) and 6 must be in social sciences (SS).
2 These three credits may be taken from the math (MA) or science (BI, CH, PH, SC) area. Consult the Academic Catalog for prerequisites and limitations.
3 All students must choose one of the three specialty sequences of classes beginning in the winter quarter of the junior year. These specialties include: Building Structural Systems (BSS); Building Mechanical Systems (BMS); or Building Electrical Power Systems (BEPS)
4 Prerequisite courses vary by specialty. See Academic Catalog for prerequisite courses.
5 Refer to the Academic Catalog for a detailed list of requirements for entrance into senior project sequence.
6 A “technical elective” is defined as any AE, CM, CV, engineering, mathematics, science, business administration, technical communications or user experience course, 200/2000 level or higher that is not already required in the curriculum (or equivalent courses from other departments). General engineering (GE), humanities (HU/SS), nursing (NU) or nursing-specific courses/electives, orientation (OR), ROTC (AF, AR, NS) or undergraduate research (UR) courses are not eligible as technical electives.
Students are required to take the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam as a condition of graduation. Students must present official results to the Registrar’s Office as proof of having satisfied this requirement.
Students in the Air Force ROTC program may make the following substitutions: AF 3131 for EN 441 , AF 3132 for AE 4412 , AF 4141 for SS 455 (an SS elective).
Students in the Army ROTC program may make the following substitutions: AR 3100 for EN 441 , AR 3200 or AR 3300 for AE 4412 and AR 4100 for SS 455 (an SS elective)
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