Undergraduate Curriculum

Angela Singleton, Dugas, Anna  |  5/25/2006 12:02:08 AM

2012 - 2013

1st Semester Freshman Year Semester Hours

Course Num. Course Description

Hours

BE 1250 Introduction to Engineering Methods

2

BIOL 1201 Biology for Science Majors I

3

BIOL 1208 Biology Lab for Science Majors I

1

CHEM 1201 General Chemistry

3

ENGL 1001

English Composition

3

MATH 1550 Analytical Geometry and Calculus-I

5



17



2nd Semester Freshman Year Semester Hours

Course Num. Course Description

Hours

BE 1252 Biology in Engineering

2

BIOL 1202 Biology for Science Majors II

3

BIOL 1209 Biology Lab for Science Majors II

1

CHEM 1202 General Chemistry

3

MATH 1552 Analytical Geometry and Calculus- II

4

PHYS 2101 General Physics for Tech Students

3



16



1st Semester Sophomore Year Semester Hours

Course Num. Course Description

Hours

BE 2352 Quantitative Biology in Engineering

3

BIOL 2051 General Microbiology

4

CE 2450 Statics

3

CHEM 1212 General Chemistry Laboratory

2

MATH 2065 Elementary Differential Equations

3

EE 2950 Comprehensive Electrical Engineering

3

 

18



2nd Semester Sophomore Year Semester Hours

Course Num. Course Description

Hours

BE 2350 Experimental Methods for Engineers

3

CE 3400 Mechanics of Materials

3

CHEM 2261 Organic Chemistry

3

ENGL 2000 English Composition

3

PHYS 2102 General Physics for Tech Students

3



15


1st Semester Junior Year Semester Hours

Course Num. Course Description

Hours

BE 4303 Engr Properties of Biol Materials

3

BIOL 2083 The Elements of Biochemistry

3

CE 2200 Fluid Mechanics

3

ME 3333 Therodynamics

3


Engineering Design Elective

3



15



2nd Semester Junior Year Semester Hours

Course Num. Course Description

Hours

BE 3340 Process Design for Biological Engr.

3

BE 4352 Transport Phenomena in Biological Engr

3

CE 2460 or ME 3133 Dynamics

3

AGEC 2003 or
ECON 2030
Introduction to Agr Econ or
Economic Principles

3

BE 3290 Professionalism for Biological Engr.

2

  Engineering Design Elective
 3


17



1st Semester Senior Year Semester Hours

Course Num. Course Description

Hours

BE 3320 Mechanical Design for Biological Engr.

3

BE 4290 Senior Engr Design and Professionalism

2


Engineering Design Elective

3


General Ed., Humanity Electives

3


General Ed., Arts Elective

3


Elective or ROTC

2



16




2nd Semester Senior Year Semester Hours

Course Num. Course Description

Hours

BE 4292 Senior Engineering Design Laboratory

2


Technical Elective or ROTC

3


General Ed., Humanity Electives

6


General Ed., Social Science Elective

3



14



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Engineering Design Electives

 BE 3381  Nonpoint Source Pollution Engineering
 BE 4323  Biomechanics for Engineers
 BE 4332  Molecular Methods in Biological Engineering
 BE 4340  Food and Bioprocess Engineering
 BE 4341  Biological Reactor System Design
 BE 4342  Sugar Process Engineering
 BE 4347  Sugar Factory Design
 BE 4360  Mobile Fluid Power Control
 BE 4380  Aquacultural Engineering
 BE 4383  Natural Resource Engineering
CHE 4420  Genetic Engineering
 EVEG 3110  Water and Wastewater Treatment
FDSC 4005  Food Engineering Systems
 IE 4461  Human Factors Engineering
 IE 4462  Safety Engineering
 ME 4133  Machine Design I


Students planning to enter Medical, Dental, or Veterinary School must complete the additional requirements of: CHEM 2262 Organic Chemistry, CHEM 2364 Organic Chemistry Laboratory, PHYS 2108 Introductory Physics Laboratory, and PHYS 2109 Laboratory Work in Technical Physics beyond this curriculum.

Students planning to receive a Minor in Environmental Engineering must take BE 3381 Nonpoint Source Engineering, BE 4341 Biological Reactor Systems Design, BE 4383 Natural Resource Engineering, EVEG 3100 Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection, EVEG 3110 Water and Wastewater Treatment, EVEG 4153 Hazardous Waste Management, and EVEG 4105 Quantitative Water Management or CHE 4253 Introduction to Industrial Pollution Control.

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