Civil Engineering Two-Year Program
|Freshman Year (UMass/Boston) First Semester||Credit|
|ENGIN 103, Introduction to Engineering||3|
|ENGL 101, Freshman English I||3|
|MATH 140, Calculus I (a)||4|
|CHEM 115, Chemical Principles I||3|
|CHEM 117, Chemical Principles I Laboratory||2|
|Social Science Elective (b)||3|
|Freshman Year (UMass/Boston) Second Semester|
|ENGL 102, Freshman English II||3|
|MATH 141, Calculus II||4|
|CHEM 116, Chemical Principles II Lecture||3|
|CHEM 118, Chemical Principles I Laboratory||2|
|PHYS 113, Fundamental Physics I||4|
|PHYS 181, Physics Lab I||2|
|Sophomore Year (UMass/Boston) Second Semester||Credit|
|ENGIN 202, Statics||3|
|MATH 242 (formerly Math 240), Calculus III||4|
|PHYS 114, Fundamental Physics II||4|
|PHYS 182, Physics Lab II||2|
|CS 110, Introduction to Computing||4|
|Sophomore Year (UMass/Boston) Second Semester|
|ENGIN 222, Dynamics||3|
|MATH 260, Linear Algebra or MATH 310, Applied Ordinary Differential Eq.||3|
|ENGIN 221, Strength of Materials||3|
|PHYS 214, Thermodynamics||3|
|Humanity Elective (c)||3|
|Science Elective (d)||3|
(a) Results of Math Placement Exam might suggest that MATH 130 (Pre-Calculus) be taken.
(b) An approved course from one of the Social Sciences including Anthropology, Economics, Political Sciences, Psychology or Sociology.
(c) An approved course from one of the Humanities including English, History, Music, Philosophy (not Philosophy 120), or Theater Arts.
(d) A course from the EEOS Dept. is recommended.