2020-2021 Undergraduate Academic Catalog 
    
    Sep 19, 2021  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Architectural Engineering B.S., M.S.


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Architectural Engineering B.S., M.S Track V1.1


Year One


Total: 14 lecture hours - 4 lab hours - 16 credits

Total: 14 lecture hours - 4 lab hours - 16 credits

Total: 14 lecture hours - 4 lab hours - 16 credits

Total: 48 Credits

Year Two


Year Three


Total: 16 lecture hours - 2 lab hours - 16 credits

Total:

BSS: 13 lecture hours - 4 lab hours - 15 credits 

BMS and BEPS: 14 lecture hours - 2 lab hours - 15 credits

Spring


Total:

BSS: 16 lecture hours - 2 lab hours - 17 credits

BMS and BEPS: 15 lecture hours - 4 lab hours - 17 credits

Total: 48 Credits

Year Four


Total: 12 lecture hours - 6 lab hours - 14 credits

Winter


Total: 13 lecture hours - 3 lab hours - 15 credits

Spring


Total: 12 lecture hours - 5 lab hours - 16 credits

Total: 45 Credits

Year Five


Fall


Total: 15 lecture hours - 0 lab hours - 15 credits

Winter


Total: 16 lecture hours - 0 lab hours - 16 credits

Spring


Total: 15 lecture hours - 0 lab hours - 15 credits

Total: 46 credits

Total: 236 credits


Notes:


1 There are 12 credits of humanities and social science (HU/SS) electives, six must be in humanities (HU) and six must be in social science (SS). 

2 These credits may be taken from the math (MA) or science (BI, CH, PH, SC) area. Consult the Academic Catalog for prerequisites and limitations. Math electives include the following: MA 330 MA 343 MA 380 MA 381 MA 382 MA 383 MA 387 .

3 All students must choose one of the three specialty sequences of classes beginning in the winter quarter of the junior year (BSS- Building Structural Systems; BMS- Building Mechanical Systems; or BEPS- Building Electrical Power Systems).

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 engineering, business, management, or technical communication course, 200/2000 level or higher that is not already required in the curriculum (or equivalent courses from other departments). Courses taken as technical electives may not be used to satisfy a minor. General engineering (GE), humanities/social sciences (HU/SS), mathematics (MA), nursing (NU) or nursing-specific courses/electives, orientation (OR), pure science (BI, CH, PH, SC), ROTC (AF, AR, NS), or undergraduate research (UR) courses are not eligible as technical electives. 

Students have the option to either complete a three-course capstone option (AE 8900, AE 8910, AE 8920) or to take a project course (AE 8000) and an additional two technical elective courses.

8 Choose graduate technical electives from the approved list. Consult with Graduate Program Director if you wish to take a graduate course not on the list.  Permission granted on a case-by-case basis. 

9 Graduate electives are any course numbered 500/5000 or higher in any discipline for which student has necessary prerequisites. Can include graduate business courses or graduate math courses

10 Admission to the MS portion of the BS/MS AE program in the student’s senior year is contingent upon maintaining a minimum overall MSOE GPA for 3.0 or above. Otherwise, the student will have to provide additional evidence of his/her ability to succeed in the MS program, including letters of recommendation, and admission is then at the discretion of the Program Director.     

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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