Future Students

Interdisciplinary Engineering – Fall 2014

Fall 2014

The student is ultimately responsible for knowing and completing all degree requirements. IDES/MDE web pages and Advisor are knowledge sources for specific requirements and completion.

This sample plan of study is effective as of fall 2014.

Fall 1st Year

Number Name Prerequisite Credits
MA 16500 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I ALEKS score of 75 4
CHM 11500 General Chemistry MA 16500 4
ENGL 10600 First-Year Composition   4
ENGR 13100 Transforming Ideas to Innovation I   2

 

Total 14

Spring 1st Year

Number Name Prerequisite Credits
MA 16600 Analytic Geometry & Calculus II MA 16500 4
PHYS 17200 Modern Mechanics   4
CS 15900/CHM 11600 Programming Applications for Engineers/General Chemistry ENGR 13100/CHM 11500 3/4
ENGR 13200 Transforming Ideas to Innovation II ENGR 13100 2
COM 11400 Fundamentals of Speech Communication   3

 

Total 16/17

Fall 2nd Year

THE PLAN OF STUDY FROM 3RD SEMESTER ONWARDS SHOULD BE FILLED BY STUDENT AFTER CONSULTATION WITH AN ACADEMIC ADVISER. 
Number Name Prerequisite Credits
MA 26100 Multivariate Calculus MA 16600 4
PHYS 24100/Science Selective  1 Electricity And Optics PHYS 172 3
CE 29700  2 Basic Mechanics I (Statics) MA 26100/PHYS 17200 3
General Education 1     3

 

Total 16

Spring 2nd Year

Number Name Prerequisite Credits
MA 26200/MA 26600  3 Linear Algebra & Differential Equations/Ordinary Differential Equations MA 26100 4/3
CE 29800 2 Basic Mechanics II (Dynamics) CE 29700 3
Elective     3
Elective     3
General Education 2     3

 

Total 16/15

Fall 3rd Year

Number Name Prerequisite Credits
IE 34300  4 Linear Algebra & Differential Equations/Ordinary Differential Equations   3
ECE 20100  2 Linear Circuit Analysis ENGR 13100/PHYS 17200/MA 16200/MA 26100 3
Elective - 300+ Level     3
MA 26500/Area Elective  5 Linear Algebra MA 26100 3
General Education 4     3

 

Total 15

Spring 3rd Year

Number Name Prerequisite Credits
IDE 49500  6 Special Topics In Interdisciplinary Engineering   3
IDE 30100 Professional Preparation In Interdisciplinary Engineering COM 11400 1
Elective     2
Math or Basic Science  7, Engr Course if Statistics Course is Used for  6, Area Elective8     3
Elective - 300+ Level     3
General Education 5 - 300+ Level     3

 

Total 15

Fall 4th Year

Number Name Prerequisite Credits
Engineering Elective - 300+ Level     3
Engineering Elective if STS not Engineering; otherwise, elective  8     3
General Education 6 - 300+ Level     2/3
Engineering Elective     3
Area Elective - 300+ Level     3

 

Total 14/15

Spring 4th Year

Number Name Prerequisite Credits
IDE 48500  10 Interdisciplinary Engineering Design IE 34300/IDE 30100/MA 26200 3
Engineering Elective - 300+ Level     2
Area Elective  5     3
Area Elective - 300+ Level  9     3
Area Electives as needed     1-4

 

Total 12-15

 

120 semester credits required for Bachelor of Science degree. 
2.0 Graduation GPA required for Bachelor of Science degree. 

 

  1. Multiple options are available - the most common is listed
  2. Engineering Elective - suggested option; may be taken semesters 3-6
  3. STS options; may be taken semesters 3-6
  4. May be taken semesters 5, 6, 7, or 8
  5. Area electives are chosen with aid of adviser to advance the student's educational objectives
  6. Example statistics selective; may be taken semester 8
  7. Depends on science and math courses taken
  8. Talk to adviser about this concentration
  9. May switch semesters of these electives
  10. Capstone design selective - suggested option