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== 2016-17 Approved School of Engineering Breadth Courses<br>  ==
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=== 2013-14 Approved School of Engineering Breadth Courses ===
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'''Find below links to SoE-approved courses to use for Math, Science, Technology in Society, and Engineering Fundamentals requirements for School of Engineering majors.'''
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[http://www.stanford.edu/group/ughb/2011-14/SoE%20Approved%20Math_Statistics%20Courses%202013-14.pdf '''Math Courses 2013-14''']
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Note: For students who elect to take the MATH 50 series but would like to gain experience in MATLAB, MATH 51M is offered autumn quarter for 1 unit, and can be taken simultaneously with MATH 51.
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[http://www.stanford.edu/group/ughb/2011-14/SoE%20Approved%20Science%20Courses%202013-14.pdf '''Science Courses 2013-14''']<span style="color: rgb(153, 0, 0);">
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'''Technology in Society Courses <span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 255);">Now updated for 2013-14</span> (see below)'''<span style="color: rgb(153, 0, 0);">
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[http://www.stanford.edu/group/ughb/2011-14/SoE%20Approved%20ENGR%20Fundamentals%20Courses%202013-14.pdf '''Engineering Fundamentals Courses 2013-14''']
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<span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 255);">The abbreviated version of ENGR 40 will continue to be offered 2013-14: </span>'''<span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 255);">ENGR 40A</span>''', <span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 255);">3 units, 7 weeks of instruction</span>. See ExploreCourses for more detail. Allowed for EE, MATSCI, MGTSC, CS, and most subplan majors (though students may need to make up the extra 2 units by taking another ENGR Fundamentals or depth course). Not allowed for ME or EPhys majors, who must take E 40, or CEE students (due to ABET rules).
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=== <br> Course Chart for the 2013-14 TiS Requirement ===
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Note: CE, EnvE, and MS&amp;E majors must choose from among the courses marked “X” in the major columns. Students in other majors may choose from any of the following courses, although only BMC majors may use HUMBIO 174, BIOE 131 is limited to 20 students (preference to BioE majors), &amp; only CS majors may take CS 181W. '''<span style="color: rgb(255, 0, 255);">PD Majors: See your [http://www.stanford.edu/group/ughb/cgi-bin/handbook/index.php/Product_Design_Program Major page] for updates on using ME 120.</span>'''<br><br>
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==== <span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 255);">2013-2014 Technology in Society</span><br>  ====
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*<span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 128);">'''[http://web.stanford.edu/group/ughb/2016-17/MATH_STATS_1617w.pdf <span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 128);">Math Courses 2016-17</span>]'''</span>'''-- '''Note: For students who elect to take the MATH 50 series but would like to gain experience in MATLAB, the 4-week course CME 192 is offered A, W, or S quarters.
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*[http://web.stanford.edu/group/ughb/2016-17/Science_Courses_1617w.pdf <span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 128);">'''Science Courses 2016-17'''</span>] -- Note: ENGR 31 will not be offered 2016-17 or 2017-18<br>
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*[http://web.stanford.edu/group/ughb/2016-17/ENGR_Fundamentals_1617w.pdf <span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 128);">'''Engineering Fundamentals Courses 2016-17'''</span>]&nbsp;
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*<span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 255);"><u>'''Technology in Society Courses 2016-17'''</u></span><u></u>: See chart and notes below
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&nbsp; <br> '''Petitioning to Use Higher-Level Courses for SoE Requirements''''': It is possible to substitute a higher-level course for a School of Engineering basic requirement (math, science, or Engineering fundamental) via ''[http://web.stanford.edu/group/ughb/2015-16/Wiki_1516/SoE%20Petition%20to%20DeviateW.pdf ''SoE Petition to Deviate'']''. We encourage students to take/use a higher-level course if taking the introductory course would mean repeating material already learned and tested. For instance, if you are an ME major who has already taken ME 210, there is no point in going backwards and taking ENGR 40M; instead you could substitute a course such as EE 102A. (Note that the three ENGR Fundamental courses must cover three different areas of engineering). ''<br> <br> '''Course Chart for the <span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 255);">TiS Requirement </span>Note''': CE and MS&amp;E majors must choose from among the courses marked “X” in the major columns. Students in other majors may choose from any of the following courses, although only BMC, CS majors in the Biocomputation track, and BME majors may use HUMBIO 174 (the ethics component in this class is applicable to future medical doctors, not to other engineers), &amp; CS majors have priority in CS 181W. <span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 255);">&lt;u&lt;/u&gt;</span> <span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 255);"><u>'''2016-17 Technology in Society'''</u></span> <span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 255);">Important: You must use a course that is on the approved list the year you take it</span><span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 255);">*</span>. For example, if you took ENGR 129 when it was offered and on the list in 2014-15, it is still allowed to count as TiS. Conversely, if you took ME 120 last year, it will not count as fulfilling TiS because it has not been approved for TiS since 2013-14. '''WIM Note:''' Check the program sheet of your major program to see which course(s) fulfill WIM: The listing below indicating WIM just means that the course fulfills WIM for majors that allow it to be used.
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| ENGR 130<br>
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| BIOE 131 (WIM)<br>  
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| Science Technology, and Contemporary, 4-5 units- <span style="color: rgb(255, 0, 255);">Not Offered 2013-14</span><br>  
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| Ethics in Bioengineering, 3 units <br>  
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| ENGR 145<br>
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| Ethics in Bioengineering (Preference to BioE Majors), 3 units <br>  
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| <span style="color: rgb(128, 128, 128);">Ten Things: An Archaeology of Design, 3 units -- no longer offered but okay if taken in past</span><br>  
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| Digital Media in Society, 5 units<br>  
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| Digital Media in Society, 4-5 units <br>  
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| <span style="color: rgb(255, 0, 255);">-- ME 120 --</span><br>  
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| ENGR 131<br>  
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| &nbsp;<span style="color: rgb(255, 0, 255);"> -- no longer a TiS course (PD majors refer to your [http://www.stanford.edu/group/ughb/cgi-bin/handbook/index.php/Product_Design_Program Major page] for further instruction) --</span><br>  
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| Ethical Issues in Engineering, 4 units<br>  
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=== ABET Unit Count for Use in Program Sheets from 2010-11 and Before (CHE, CE, EE, ENV, ME only)  ===
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Find below Engineering Science, Design, and Experimentation unit allocation for ENGR courses. For ABET values of departmental courses for the accredited majors (Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental, and Mechanical Engineering), see individual sections within Chapter 5 of the Handbook.<br>
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<span style="color: rgb(255, 0, 255);">'''*NOTE: Neither ME 120 nor PUBLPOL 122 can fulfill the TiS requirement under any circumstances.'''</span><br>

Latest revision as of 11:17, 17 February 2017

2016-17 Approved School of Engineering Breadth Courses


Find below links to SoE-approved courses to fulfill 2016-17 Math, Science, Technology in Society, and Engineering Fundamentals requirements for School of Engineering majors. See linked files for more information on which math and/or science courses to take and when.
  • Math Courses 2016-17-- Note: For students who elect to take the MATH 50 series but would like to gain experience in MATLAB, the 4-week course CME 192 is offered A, W, or S quarters.
  • Science Courses 2016-17 -- Note: ENGR 31 will not be offered 2016-17 or 2017-18
 
Petitioning to Use Higher-Level Courses for SoE Requirements: It is possible to substitute a higher-level course for a School of Engineering basic requirement (math, science, or Engineering fundamental) via SoE Petition to Deviate. We encourage students to take/use a higher-level course if taking the introductory course would mean repeating material already learned and tested. For instance, if you are an ME major who has already taken ME 210, there is no point in going backwards and taking ENGR 40M; instead you could substitute a course such as EE 102A. (Note that the three ENGR Fundamental courses must cover three different areas of engineering).

Course Chart for the TiS Requirement Note: CE and MS&E majors must choose from among the courses marked “X” in the major columns. Students in other majors may choose from any of the following courses, although only BMC, CS majors in the Biocomputation track, and BME majors may use HUMBIO 174 (the ethics component in this class is applicable to future medical doctors, not to other engineers), & CS majors have priority in CS 181W. <u</u> 2016-17 Technology in Society Important: You must use a course that is on the approved list the year you take it*. For example, if you took ENGR 129 when it was offered and on the list in 2014-15, it is still allowed to count as TiS. Conversely, if you took ME 120 last year, it will not count as fulfilling TiS because it has not been approved for TiS since 2013-14. WIM Note: Check the program sheet of your major program to see which course(s) fulfill WIM: The listing below indicating WIM just means that the course fulfills WIM for majors that allow it to be used.
Course
Title Qtr
CE
   *
MS&E
BIOE 131 (WIM)
Ethics in Bioengineering, 3 units
     S
  X

CLASSICS 151
Ten Things: An Archaeology of Design, 3 units -- no longer offered but okay if taken in past
    Not offered



CLASSICS 168
Engineering the Roman Empire Design (same as ARCHLGY 118)
     S



COMM 120W (WIM)
Digital Media in Society, 4-5 units
     A   X
   X
COMM 166 Virtual People, 4-5 units
     W
  
 
CS 181 (Prereq CS 106B or X)
Computers, Ethics, and Public Policy (Enrollment limited to seniors in CS, STS, MCS & EPHYS majors; Prereq: CS 106B or X), 4 units
    A,S


CS 181W (WIM)
Computers, Ethics, and Public Policy (Enrollment limited to seniors in CS, STS, MCS & EPHYS majors; Prereq: CS 106B or X), 4 units
    A,S



ENGR 131
Ethical Issues in Engineering, 4 units
   A,W,S
   X
 
   X
ENGR 145
Technology Entrepreneurship, 4 units
  A,Sum


HUMBIO 174
Foundations of Bioethics (BMC Majors; prereq of HUMBIO core), 3 units
   S



MS&E 193/193W Technology and National Security, 3 units    A

     X
POLISCI 114S International Security in a Changing World, 5 units   W
  

STS 1
The Public Life of Science and Technology, 4 units
  W


   X

*NOTE: Neither ME 120 nor PUBLPOL 122 can fulfill the TiS requirement under any circumstances.

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