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    Sep 21, 2021  
2019 - 2020 Catalog of Courses 
    
2019 - 2020 Catalog of Courses [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Computer Engineering Major: Four-Year Map


Four Years (8 semesters) - Map to Graduation:

Fall First Year  Credits   Spring First Year  Credits
FLC 100    1   CE 122    3
COMP 150 * (CO1)  3   MATH 222    4
MATH 221 * (MA1)  4   PHYS 217  (SC1)  4
ENGR 104    3   One AH course  3
One SC1 or SC2 course  4   One CO2 course  3
One SS course  3      
TOTAL 18   TOTAL 17
         
Fall Sophomore Year  Credits   Spring Sophomore Year  Credits
CE 222    3   CE 341    3
ENGR 201    4   CE 232    3
ENGR 271    1   ENGR 202    3
MATH 265    3   MATH 223    4
PHYS 218    4   MATH 327    3
TOTAL 15   TOTAL 16
         
Fall Junior Year  Credits   Spring Junior Year  Credits
CE 223    3   CE 351    3
CE 315    3   CE 433    4
ENGR 336    3   ENGR 431    3
ENGR 338    4   MATH 319    3
MATH 311    3   PHYS 333    3
         
TOTAL 16   TOTAL 16
         
Fall Senior Year  Credits   Spring Senior Year  Credits
CE 401    3   CE 331    3
CE 432    3   ENGR 497    3
ENGR 337    4   PHIL 341  or One HI course  3
ENGR 496    3   One AH course  3
PHIL 341  or One HI course  3   One additional AH or HI or SS course  3
      Note: Take Fundamentals of  
      Engineering National Exam  
TOTAL 16   TOTAL 15

Note: This map assumes student has COMP 150 * placement in Composition and MATH 221 * placement in Mathematics. Students with different placements must work with advisors to adjust the map.

Note: This map is a suggested course sequence. Please consult your academic advisor for alternate sequencing.

Note: Students must complete 30 credits by the end of the first year to be classified as a Sophomore, 60 credits by the end of the second year to be classified as a Junior, and 90 credits by the end of the third year to be classified as a Senior. This may require completion of additional free electives in particular years to supplement the suggested course sequence.