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2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalog 
2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

College of Engineering Foundations Requirements and Degree Audit

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The following requirements are in addition to or a specification of the University Core Curriculum requirements for bachelor’s degrees in the College of Engineering. The engineering foundations requirements should be met prior to acceptance as a full major and/or enrollment in upper-division College of Engineering courses.


 *MEEN majors are required to take  CHEM 1415 /CHEM 1435  or both CHEM 1410 /CHEM 1430  and CHEM 1420 /CHEM 1440 .

Degree Audit:

A degree audit is an official document of the university that lists all the courses needed to complete a chosen degree and shows how all of the courses completed are applied toward the degree. Students should file for a degree audit by making an appointment with the faculty advisor in the major department.

  1. All students must request an official degree audit through the departmental faculty advisor upon successful completion of the Engineering Foundation requirements.
  2. Students who have not filed a degree audit will be blocked from enrolling in upper-division major courses.

Students should take a complete evaluated transcript of all college work to their faculty advisors for conferences to fill out degree audit request forms. After the degree audit request forms have been signed, the department should send all materials to the College of Engineering Undergraduate Academic Advising Office, where official degree audits will be prepared. Graduation checks should be requested during the term/semester before graduation.

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