Curriculum

Curriculum Flowchart

Credits

FRESHMAN YEAR

First Semester
MATH 1235 Calculus I
4
CHEM 1126 General Chemistry I
3
ENGL 1011, 7 Composition I
3
PE  Physical Education
1
Hum. or Social Science Elective(s)
3
Hum. or Social Science Elective(s)
3
Total
17
Second Semester
MATH 125 Calculus II
4
CHEM 1146 General Chemistry II
3
PHYS 211 University Physics I
3
CHEM 112L General Chem. I Lab
1
Hum. or Social Science Elective3, 4
3
Hum. or Social Science Elective3, 4
3
Total
17

SOPHOMORE YEAR

First Semester
MET 232 Properties of Materials
3
MET 231 Structures & Properties of Materials Lab
1
MATH 321 Differential Equations
3
PHYS 213 University Physics II
3
CHEM 114L General Chem. II Lab
1
ENGL 2791, 7 Tech Comm I
3
EM 214 Statics
3
Total
17
Second Semester
MATH 225 Calculus III
4
MET 220 Mineral Processing & Resource Recovery
3
MET 220L Mineral Processing & Resource Recovery Lab
1
Science Elective7
3
Free Elective
2
Choose one of the following:
EM 321 or
ME 216

Mechanics of Materials or
Intro to Solid Mechanics

3
Total
16

JUNIOR YEAR

First Semester
ENGL 2892,7
Tech Comm II
3
MET 320 Met Thermodynamics
4
MET 351 Engineering Design I
2
Set A or C Below
7
Total
16
Second Semester
MET 352 Engineering Design II
1
MATH 373 Intro to Numerical Analysis
3
Set B or D Below
11
Total
15

SENIOR YEAR

First Semester
MET 464 Engineering Design III
2
IENG 301 Basic Eng. Economics
2
Science Electives7
3
Hum. or Social Science Elective3, 4
3
Set A or C Below
7
Total
17
Second Semester
MET 433 Process Control
3
MET 465 Engineering Design IV
1
Set B or D Below
11
Total
15

CREDITS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION: 130


SET A - Fall, Even Years
MET 422 Transport Phenomena
4
Free Elective
3
SET B - Spring, Odd Years
MET 321/321L High Temp Extraction, Concentration, & Recycling/Lab
4
Directed Met Elective8
3
EE 301/301L Intro to Circuits, Machines & Systems/Lab
4
SET C - Fall, Odd Years
MET 330 Physics of Metals
3
MET 330L Physics of Metals Lab
1
MET 332 Thermomechanical Processing
3
SET D - Spring, Even Years
MET 440/540 Mechanical Metallurgy
3
MET 440L/540L Mechanical Metallurgy Lab
1
Directed Met Elective8
3
MET 310 Aqueous Extraction, Concentration & Recycling
3
MET 310L Aqueous Extraction, Concentration & Recycling Lab
1


Curriculum Notes

1 Satisfied General Education Goal #1
2 Satisfied General Education Goal #2
3 Satisfied General Education Goal #3
4 Satisfied General Education Goal #4
5 Satisfied General Education Goal #5
6 Satisfied General Education Goal #6
7 See advisor for approved Science Electives
8 See advisor for approved Directed Met Electives

Goal #3 requires 6 credits from two courses from different following groupings

ANTH 210 Cultural Anthropology Credits: (3-0) 3

GEOG 101 Introduction to Geography Credits: (3-0) 3  
GEOG 210 World Regional Geography Credits: (3-0) 3
GEOG 212 Geography of North America Credits: (3-0) 3

HIST 151 United States History I Credits: (3-0) 3  
HIST 152 United States History II Credits: (3-0) 3

POLS 100 American Government Credits: (3-0) 3  
POLS 250 Introduction to International Relations Credits: (3-0) 3

PSYC 101 General Psychology Credits: (3-0) 3  

SOC 100 Introduction to Sociology Credits: (3-0) 3  
SOC 150 Social Problems Credits: (3-0) 3
SOC 250 Courtship and Marriage Credits: (3-0) 3

Goal #4 requires 6 credits from two courses from different following groupings

ART 111/111A Drawing I Credits: (3-0) 3

ART 112/112A Drawing II Credits: (3-0) 3

ARTH 211 History of World Art I Credits: (3-0) 3

ENGL 210 Introduction to Literature Credits: (3-0) 3
ENGL 212 World Literature II Credits: (3-0) 3

ENGL 221 British Literature I Credits: (3-0) 3
ENGL 222 British Literature II Credits: (3-0) 3

ENGL 241 American Literature I Credits: (3-0) 3
ENGL 242 American Literature II Credits: (3-0) 3

ENGL 250 Science Fiction Credits: (3-0) 3

GER 101 Introductory German I Credits: (4-0) 4
GER 102 Introductory German II Credits: (4-0) 4

HIST 121 Western Civilization I Credits: (3-0) 3
HIST 122 Western Civilization II Credits: (3-0) 3

HUM 100 Introduction to Humanities Credits: (3-0) 3
HUM 200 Connections: Humanities & Technology Credits: (3-0) 3
MUS 100 Music Appreciation Credits: (3-0) 3  
PHIL 100 Introduction to Philosophy Credits: (3-0) 3  
PHIL 200 Introduction to Logic Credits: (3-0) 3
PHIL 220 Introduction to Ethics Credits: (3-0) 3
PHIL 233 Philosophy and Literature Credits: (3-0) 3

SPAN 101 Introductory Spanish I Credits: (4-0) 4
SPAN 102 Introductory Spanish II Credits: (4-0)