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4 Yr. Integrated BS-MS Degree in Computer Engineering

Degree Requirements: General Education Requirements


Area A: Core Competencies (9 Units)

1.   Oral Communication (3 Units)

HONR 101B, HCOM 100, 102

2.   Written Communication (3 Units)

English 101

3.   Critical Thinking (3 Units)

HONR 101A, HCOM 235, PHIL 105, 106, PSYC 110, READ 290

Area B: Scientific Inquiry and Quantitative Reasoning (18 Units)

1.      Physical Science (6 Units)           

PHYS 225 and 226

2.      Life Science (3 Units)

BIOL 101

3.      Laboratory Experience (2 Units)

PHYS 225L and 226L

4.      Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning (7 Units)

MATH 150A and 270A

5.      Implications & Explorations in Mathematics & Natural Sciences

Not applicable for engineering majors

Area C: Arts and Humanities (12 Units)

1.      Introduction to Arts (3 Units)

Art 101, 201A, 201B, 311, 312, Dance 101, Music 100, 101

2.      Introduction to the Humanities (3 Units)

Any lower division course in this category listed in the current class schedule        

3.   Explorations in the Arts and Humanities (3 Units)

Any upper-division course in this category listed in the current class schedule

4.   Origins of the World Civilizations (3 Units)

History 110A or 110B, 210A, 210B

Area D: Social Sciences (12 Units)

1.      Introduction to the Social Sciences (3 Units)

EGCP/EGCE/EGEE 401      

2.      World Civilizations and Cultures

Not applicable for engineering majors

3.      American History, Institutions and Values (3 Units)      

AFRO 190, AMST 201, CHIC 190, HIST 180, 190, HONR 201A

4.      American Government (3 Units) 

HONR 201B, POSC 100

5.      Explorations in Social Sciences (3 Units)

Any upper-division course in this category listed in the current class schedule

Area E: Lifelong Learning and Self Development (3 Units)

Not applicable for engineering majors

Area Z: Cultural (3 Units)    

Take at least one star (*) course in Sections C.3 and D.5