Engineering Fundamentals Approved Courses

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[edit] THE ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS REQUIREMENT


The Engineering Fundamentals requirement is satisfied by a set of technically rigorous introductory courses chosen from the various engineering disciplines, as shown in Figure 3-4. These courses serve several purposes. First, they provide a breadth of knowledge about some of the major fields within engineering. Second, they furnish students with an opportunity to explore a number of engineering topics before embarking on a specific engineering major. Third, the individual classes each offer a reasonably deep insight into a contemporary technological subject for the interested non-engineer. Engineering majors (except those majoring in BMC or the Biocomputation track of CS) must complete a minimum of three Engineering Fundamentals courses, at least one of which is left up to the student to choose.

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Courses Approved for 2014-15*

Course Title Units
ENGR 10
Introduction to Engineering Analysis (S,Sum)
4
ENGR 14
Introduction to Solid Mechanics (limited enrollment) (A, W, S)
4
ENGR 15
Dynamics (A, S)
4
ENGR 20
Introduction to Chemical Engineering (same as CHEMENG 20) (S)
3

ENGR 25B

ENGR 25E

Biotechnology (same as CHEMENG 25B) (S)
Energy: Chemical Transformations for Production, Storage, and Use (same as CHEMENG 25E) (W)

3

3

ENGR 30
Engineering Thermodynamics (A, W, S)
3
ENGR 40
ENGR 40A
ENGR 40M
ENGR 40P
Introductory Electronics (W)
Introductory Electronics (first 7 weeks) (W)
Making Stuff: What is EE (A, S)
Physics of Electrical Engineering (same as EE 41) (W)

ENGR 50
ENGR 50E
ENGR 50M
Intro to Materials Science, Nanotechnology Emphasis (S)
Intro to Materials Science, Energy Emphasis (A)
Intro to Materials Science, Biomaterials Emphasis (W)

ENGR 60
Engineering Economy (offered Summer only)
3
ENGR 62
Introduction to Optimization (same as MS&E 111) (W, S)
4
ENGR 70A
ENGR 70B
ENGR 70X
Programming Methodology (same as CS 106A) (A, W, S) OR
Programming Abstractions (same as CS 106B) (A, W, S) OR
Programming Abstractions (same as CS 106X)(Accelerated) (A,W)

ENGR 80
Introduction to Bioengineering (S)
4
ENGR 90
Environmental Science and Technology (A,Sum)
3

* Only one course from each numerical sequence may be used toward the ENGR Fundamentals requirement.
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