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NUCLEAR ENGINEERING. FIRST YEAR. SECOND YEAR. Fall. Winter. Spring. Fall. Winter. Spring. NE 114 or ENGR 111 F,W,S (3). NE 115 or ENGR 112 F,W,S (3). PHL 205 Ethics F, W, S (3). MTH 112. MTH 111.

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Mth 111

NUCLEAR ENGINEERING

FIRST YEAR

SECOND YEAR

Fall

Winter

Spring

Fall

Winter

Spring

NE 114orENGR 111

F,W,S (3)

NE 115orENGR 112

F,W,S (3)

PHL 205Ethics

F, W, S (3)

MTH 112

MTH 111

Shaded courses are required by the college prior to admission to the Professional Engineering Program

Shaded courses are additional prerequisites for third-year courses.

( ) The number within the parenthesis represent the credits of the course.

F, W,S: Represents the term the course is offered (Fall, Winter and Spring term respectively).

Academic Year: 2014-2015

Elective

(3)

Perspective CD

(3)

Perspective DPD

(3)

Lifetime Fitnesse.g. HHS 231

F,W,S (3)

Elective

(3)

PerspectiveL & A

(3)

CH 202/212Chemistry

W, S (3/1)

PerspectiveSPI

(3)

CH 201/211Chemistry

F, W (3/1)

MTH 112 Elementary Functions

F,W,S (4)

MTH 103AlgebraicReasoning

F,W,S (4)

MTH 111CollegeAlgebra

F,W,S (4)

MTH 252Integral Calculus

F,W,S (4)

MTH 251Differential Calculus

F,W,S (4)

MTH 254Vector Calculus

F,W,S (4)

COMM 111/114Speech F,W,S (3)

WR 121EnglishComposition F,W,S (3)

ENGR 199

Nova’s class

F,W,S (3)

Elective

(3)

Elective

(3)

Elective

(3)

Rev. 6/2011


Mth 111

NUCLEAR ENGINEERING

THIRD YEAR

Fall

Winter

Spring

MTH 254 Co-Req

PH 211 & ENGR 211

MTH 252

NE 234Nuclear & RadiationPhysics I

F(4)

NE 235Nuclear & RadiationPhysics II

W(4)

ENGR 248Engr Graphicsw/Solid Works

FWS(3)

NE 236Nuclear & RadiationPhysics II

W(4)

MTH 252

MTH 254

MTH 251

Shaded courses are required by the college prior to admission to the Professional Engineering Program

Shaded courses are additional prerequisites for third-year courses.

( ) The number within the parenthesis represent the credits of the course.

F, W,S: Represents the term the course is offered (Fall, Winter and Spring term respectively).

Academic Year: 2014-2015

MTH 256Differential Equations

F,W,S (4)

MTH 306Matrix & Power Series Methods

F,W,S (4)

ENGR 213Strength of Materials

F,W,S (3)

ENGR 212Dynamics

F,W, S (3)

ENGR 211Statics

F,W,S (3)

PH 211Physics w/ Calculus

F, S (4)

PH 212Physics w/ Calculus

F, W (4)

PH 213Physics w/ Calculus

W, S (4)

Rev. 6/2011


Mth 111

Electives

(6)

WR 121

Perspectives

Social Processes

& Institutions

NUCLEAR ENGINEERING

Additional courses not requiring admission to the Professional Engineering Program

WR 327TechnicalReport Writing F,W,S (3)

ENGR 390Engineering Economics F,W,S (3)

Difference, Power & Discrimination F,W,S (3)

SynthesisContemporary Global Issues F,W,S (3)

SynthesisScience, Technology, & Society F,W,S (3)

PerspectivesLiterature & Arts F,W,S (3)

Perspectives

Bio Sci F,W,S (4)

NOTES:

1. Starting Fall 2001, MTH 306 – Matrix and Power Series Methods (4), will replace MTH 253 – Infinite Series (4) (which is used for admission to the Professional Engineering Program) and MTH 341 – Linear Algebra (3) or equivalent.

2. NE 234 and NE 235 are required to begin the third-year course sequences.

3. With advisor approval, CH 121 + 122 + 123 may be substituted for the chemistry series CH 201 + 202 or CH 221 + 222. The grades in CH 121 + 122 will be averaged for calculating the pre-engineering core GPA.

4. Credits to graduate = 180.

Rev. 6/2011


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