Curriculum and Cross-disciplinary Options

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Looking for versatility

Here are the approved Materials Engineering UG Cross-disciplinary sequence options:

Aerospace Structures I

TE I: AERO 3610: Aerospace Structures I (2)

TE II: AERO 4620: Aerospace Structures II (3)

TE III: AERO 5630: Aerospace Applications of Composite Materials (4)

Aerospace Structures II

TE I: CIVL 3610: Structural Analysis (4)

TE II: AERO 4620:  Aerospace Structures II (3)

TE III: AERO 4640: Aerospace Structures III (2)

Aerospace Structures III

TE I: AERO 3610: Aerospace Structures I (2)

TE II: AERO 3110 Aerodynamics I (3)

TE III: AERO 3120 Aerodynamics II (3)

TE IV: AERO 3970 Matlab Applications (1)

Microelectronic Devices and Fabrication

Replace ELEC 3810: Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering (3) with ELEC 2110: Electrical Circuit Analysis (3)

TE I: ELEC 2200: Digital Logical Circuits (3)

TE II: ELEC 2210: Digital Electronics (3)

TE III: ELEC 5730: Microelectronic Fabrication (3)  or ELEC 5760: Solid State Sensors (3)

Electronic Control Systems

Replace ELEC 3810: Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering (3) with ELEC 2110: Electrical Circuit Analysis (3)

TE I: ELEC 2120: Linear Systems & Signal Analysis (3)

TE II: ELEC 3500: Control Systems (3)

TE III: ELEC 3800: Random Signals and Systems (3)

Geotechnical Engineering

TE I: CIVL 3810: Civil Engineering Materials (4)

TE II: CIVL 3310: Geotechnical Engineering I (4)

TE III: CIVL 4310: Geotechnical Engineering II (3)

Geology

TE I: GEOL 2010: Mineralogy and Optical Crystallography (5)

TE II: GEOL 2050: Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology (4)

TE III: GEOL 3400: Structural Geology (4) or GEOL 4010 Sedimentary Petrology (3) or GEOL 4260: Introduction to Geochemistry (3)

Engineering Economics

Replace STAT 3010 Statistics for Engineers & Scientists with STAT 3600: Probability and Statistics I (3)

TE I: INSY 3600: Engineering Economy (3)

TE II: INSY 3400: Stochastic Operations Research (3)

TE III: INSY 5600: Industrial and Production Economies (3)

Statistics

Replace STAT 3010 Statistics for Engineers & Scientists with STAT 3600: Probability and Statistics I (3)

TE I: INSY 3400: Stochastic Operations Research (3)

TE II: STAT 3610: Probability and Statistics II (3)

TE III: INSY 4330: Statistical Quality Design and Control (3) or MATH 5670: Probability and Stochastic Processes (3)

Manufacturing I

TE I: INSY 3020: Introduction to Safety & Ergonomics (3)

TE II: INSY 3800: Manufacturing Processes (3)

TE III: INSY 5500: Informational Technology for Operations (3)

Manufacturing II

TE I: INSY 3600: Engineering Economy (3)

TE II: INSY 3800: Manufacturing Processes (3) or INSY 3410: Deterministic Operations Research (3)

TE III: INSY 5600: Manufacturing and Production Economics (3) or INSY 5830: Vehicle Technology and Trends (3)

Polymer and Fiber Engineering – Polymers

TE I: PFEN 3200: Polymer Processing (4)

TE II: PFEN 4100: Polymer Characterization (3)

TE III: PFEN 4200: Polymers from Renewable Resources (2)

Polymer and Fiber Engineering – Fiber/Composites

TE I: PFEN 2270: Introduction to Fibrous Materials (4)

TE II: PFEN 4500: Fiber Reinforced Materials (3)

TE III: PFEN 3570: Engineered Protective Materials (3) or PFEN 4970: Introduction of Protective Materials (3)

Chemical Engineering

Replace ENGR 2200: Thermo/Heat Trans/Fluids (3) with ENGR 2010: Thermodynamics (3)

TE I: CHEN 2100: Principles of Chemical Engineering (4)

TE II: CHEN 2610: Transport I (3)

TE III: AGRN 5400: Bioenergy and the Environment (3)

Biology I

TE I: CHEM 2030: Survey of Organic Chemistry (3)

TE II: BCHE/CHEM 5180: Biochemistry I (3)

TE III: BCHE/CHEM 5190:  Biochemistry II (3)

Biology II

TE I: CHEM 2070/2071: Organic Chemistry / Lab (4)

TE II: BIOL 3000: Genetics (4)

TE III: BIOL 4100:  Cell Biology (3)

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Last Updated: Jan 14, 2014