EE&S Course Competency

All students must have a strong quantitative orientation and should have demonstrated competence in fluid mechanics, mathematics through calculus, and the material covered by the courses listed below.

Chemistry

General Chemistry I (CHEM 102

3 hrs.

General Chemistry II (CHEM 104)

3 hrs.

Physics

General Physics: Mechanics, Heat, and Sound (PHYS 101)

5 hrs.

General Physics: Heat, Electricity, Magnetism, and Modern Physics (PHYS 102)

5 hrs.

Mathematics

Calculus I (MATH 220)

5 hrs.

Calculus II (MATH 230)

3 hrs.

Calculus of Several Variables (MATH 242)

3 hrs.

Introductory Matrix Theory* (MATH 225)

2 hrs.

Intro Differential Equations* (MATH 385)

3 hrs.

Computer Science

Introduction to Computing, Eng & Sci (CS 101)

3 hrs.

Engineering

Introductory Fluid Mechanics (TAM 335)

4 hrs.

Environmental Engineering (CEE 330)

3 hrs.

Systems Engineering and Economics* (CEE 201)

3 hrs.

Water Quality Engineering (CEE 437)

3 hrs.

OR

Air Quality Engineering (CEE 446)

3 hrs.

* Background in these courses may not be required for some areas of specialization.

Students who lack sufficient knowledge and background in any of these areas may be admitted but will be required to take appropriate course work before registering for advanced graduate courses. The graduate admissions committee is responsible for evaluating candidates for admission and recommending courses supporting the needs of the students and their selected programs.