1. Architectural engineering majors must take an approved architecture history course to fulfill this requirement.
2. Other courses that fulfill the legislative requirement for American history may be counted toward this requirement; these courses are identified in the Course Schedule.
3. For architectural engineering majors, this course fulfills the fine arts or humanities elective requirement that is included in all engineering degree plans. Lists of approved electives are available in the departmental undergraduate office.
4. Students who plan to complete technical area 1A or 1B should take BME 311, Network Theory, and E E 322C, Data Structures, in this semester. Those who plan to complete technical area 2 should take CH 369, Fundamentals of Biochemistry. Those who plan to complete technical area 3 should take CH 369, Fundamentals of Biochemistry, and E E 322C, Data Structures.
5. Students who plan to complete technical area 2 should also take CHE 350, Chemical Engineering Materials, for a total of seventeen semester hours. Students in the other technical areas take fourteen hours this semester.
6. Chemical Engineering 179 is an independent study course taken under the supervision of a chemical engineering faculty member. The student's area of study is arranged by the student and the faculty member to provide a laboratory experience that complements one of the three chemistry courses.
7. Chemical Engineering 102 is not a degree requirement. Students who do not take this course will take fifteen hours of coursework in the fall semester of the first year.
8. Biology 211 and 212 need not be taken in the same semester.
9. These nontechnical electives may be taken in any semester. They must include a three-hour approved social science elective and a three-hour approved fine arts/humanities elective.
10. Architectural Engineering 323K and Civil Engineering 321, 329, 341, 356, and 357 are the base level courses.
11. Students who take Electrical Engineering 440 as a technical area course complete nineteen hours of technical area coursework and a total of 124 hours counted toward the degree; others complete eighteen hours of technical area coursework and a total of 123 hours counted toward the degree.
12. Electrical Engineering 345L may not be counted as a technical area elective by students following the computer engineering curriculum.
13. Electrical Engineering 362K may not be counted as a technical area elective by students following the electrical engineering curriculum.