From Undergraduate Engineering Handbook
2012-13 Approved School of Engineering Breadth Courses
Find below links to SoE-approved courses to use for Math, Science, Technology in Society, and Engineering Fundamentals requirements for School of Engineering majors.
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.
A NEW, abbreviated version of ENGR 40 will be offered this spring: ENGR 40A, 3 units, 7 weeks of instruction. See ExploreCourses for more detail. Allowed for EE, MATSCI, MGTSC, CS, and all 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 majors, who must take E 40, or CEE students (due to ABET rules).
Course Chart for the 2012-13 TiS Requirement
Note: CE, EnvE, ME, 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 majors may use HUMBIO 174, BIOE 131 is limited to 20 students (preference to BioE majors), & only CS majors may take CS 181W. Because there are so many "not offered" courses this year (2012-13), ME seniors may petition to use any of the courses on the list below or to use ENGR 110/210, which has limited extra space and is offered Winter 2013.
2012-2013 Technology in Society
ABET Unit Count for Use in Program Sheets from 2010-11 and Before (CHE, CE, EE, ENV, ME only)
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.
Energy: Chemical Transformation for Production,
Storage, and Use (same as CHEMENG 25E) (W)
Unit Allocation Lists for Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental, and Mechanical Engineering can be found in the 2010-11 UGHB, Chapter 5, the major programs section; see Handbooks page.