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Polymeric Materials Concentration Curriculum

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Sophomore Year

First Semester Second Semester
4 – CH 2230 Organic Chemistry I 3 – CE 2010 Engineering Mechanics: Statics
1 – CH 2270 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I 3 – CH 2240 Organic Chemistry II
3 – MSE 2100 Introduction to Materials Science 1 – CH 2280 Organic Chemistry Laboratory II
4 – MATH 2060 Calculus of Several Variables 2 – EG 2080 Engineering Graphics and Machine Design
3 – PHYS 2210 Physics with Calculus II 3 – MSE 2500 Polymer & Fiber Science I
3 – Arts and Humanities Requirement or
3 – Social Science Requirement
4 – MATH 2080 Intro to Ordinary Differential Equations
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17 16

Junior Year

First Semester Second Semester
3 – CH 3310 Physical Chemistry I 3 – CH 3320 Physical Chemistry II
3 – COMM 2500 Public Speaking 3 – IE 3840 Engineering Economic Analysis
3 – MSE 3270 Transport Phenomena 3 – MSE 4220 Mechanical Behavior or Materials
3 – MSE 4150 Introduction to Polymer Science & Engineering 3 – MSE 4560 Polymer & Fiber Science II
1 – MSE 4550 Polymer Science & Engineering Laboratory 3 – MTHSC 3020 Statistics for Science and Engr. or
3 – STAT 2300 Introductory Statistics
3 – Arts and Humanities Requirement or
3 – Social Science Requirement
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16 15

Senior Year

First Semester Second Semester
3 – MSE 4580 Surface Phenomena in Materials Science 3 – MSE 4070 Senior Capstone Design
1 – MSE 4600 Surface Phenomena Laboratory 1 – MSE 4450 Practice of Materials Engineering
3 – MSE 4610 Polymer & Fiber Science III 3 – MSE 4570 Color Science
3 – MSE 4910 Undergraduate Research 1 – MSE 4590 Color Science Laboratory
3 – Technical Requirement 3 – Arts and Humanities Requirement or
3 – Social Science Requirement
3 – Technical Requirement
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13 14

1 See Policy on Humanities and Social Sciences for Engineering Curricula. Six of these credit hours must also satisfy the Cross-Cultural Awareness and the Science and Technology in Society General Education requirements.

124 Total Semester Hours

For information on Freshman Year course requirements, please refer to the 2013-2014 Undergraduate Announcements.

Guide for Course Pre-requisites and Co-requisites
for the Polymeric Materials Concentration of the BS Degree in MS&E

Revised July 2014

Pre-Reqs and/or Co-Reqs to Course Required Co-req and/or Pre-Req for
CH 1010 CH 1020, MSE 2100
MATH 1060 MATH 1080, PHYS 1220
CH 1010 CH 1020 CH 2230
MATH 1060 MATH 1080 coreq MSE 2100, MATH 2060, IE 3840
Co-req MATH 1060* PHYS 1220 CE 2010, PHYS 2210
CH 1020 CH 2230 CH 2240, CH 2270
CH 2230* CH 2270 CH 2280
CH 1010, MATH 1080 MSE 2100 MSE 3270
MATH 1080 MATH 2060 CE 2010, CH 3310, MATH 2080, MATH 3020
Co-req MATH 1080, PHYS 1220 PHYS 2210 CH 3310
Co-req MATH 2060, PHYS 1220 CE 2010 MSE 4220
CH 2230 CH 2240 CH 2280, MSE 4150
Co-req CH 2240, CH 2270 CH 2280
EG 2080
MSE 2500
MATH 2060 MATH 2080 MSE 3270, MSE 4220
MATH 2060, PHYS 2210 CH 3310 CH 3320, MSE 3270
COMM 2500
Co-reqs: MSE 2100, CH 3310, MATH 2080 MSE 3270 MSE 4070
CH 2240 MSE 4150 coreq MSE 4550
Co-req MSE 4150 MSE 4550
CH 3310 CH 3320
MATH 1080 IE 3840 MSE 4070
CE 2010, MATH 2080 MSE 4220
MSE 4150 MSE 4560
MATH 2060 MATH 3020 or STAT 2300
MSE 4580 coreq MSE 4600
Co-req MSE 4580 MSE 4600
MSE 4610
Consent of Instructor MSE 4910
IE 3840, MSE 3420 MSE 4070
Senior Standing MSE 4450
MSE 4570 coreq MSE 4590
Co-req MSE 4570 MSE 4590

Unless listed specifically as a co-req, all courses are pre-reqs.
All co-req can be satisfied as a pre-reqs.
*Can be taken as concurrent enrollment