Engineering

College of Engineering

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Bachelor of Science in Engineering

Engineers provide products and services that serve the needs of humanity. Engineers see problems and challenges as opportunities in disguise.

Engineering graduates are highly sought after for their critical thinking, communication and team skills and are thus well compensated. Engineering degrees prepare students for the broadest number of outcomes. In addition to a growing variety of engineering jobs, engineering students use their training as doctors, lawyers, teachers, professors, missionaries, military officers, business entrepreneurs and salespeople. The College of Engineering offers ABET accredited BS degrees in Civil Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.  Other degrees that are offered and are in various stages of seeking secondary accreditation are Chemical Engineering (new in 2013!), Software Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, (all new in 2014), Construction Management and General Engineering (with concentrations in bioengineering, business, global applications, pre-law, or pre-med).  Note: secondary accreditation cannot be obtained until about 16 months after the first graduates.  Currently, Industrial and  Systems Engineering is in the planning stages.

College of Engineering Educational Objectives

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Traditional Program Requirements

General Education Courses

The general education requirements will follow the curriculum set forth for other university programs. Some general education requirements will be met through specific engineering requirements. Approximately fifteen (15) to twenty-one (21) units of general education are not met in the specific core and general engineering requirements.

Core Courses

Lower Division Core Engineering Requirements (15 units)

EGR101 Engineering Christian Worldview

EGR101 Engineering Christian Worldview

Serves as an introduction to the exciting field and vocation of engineering and the value of engineering training. Guest lectures from engineers, and introduction to teams through a group project will be included. Exploration of the concept of worldview from a Christian perspective is stressed. Emphasis will include Christian perspectives on purpose, integrity, discernment and service as they relate to the vocation of engineering.An assessment of ones learning style, temperament and potential strengths and weaknesses as part of self discovery will be included. The first course required of all students considering engineering as a major. (3 units; Interdisciplinary; Multicultural; Fall)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 EGR101-F F Marshall, Thomas H. 09/02/2014 Tuesday 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
210D
Fall 2014 EGR101-G G Zhang, Jun 09/02/2014 Tuesday 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
210D
Fall 2014 EGR101-E E Jones, Creed F. 09/02/2014 Tuesday 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
100K
Fall 2014 EGR101-D D Jung, Helen 09/02/2014 Tuesday 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
100K
Fall 2014 EGR101-B B Clark, Daniel Eugene 09/02/2014 Thursday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
110D
Fall 2014 EGR101-A A Rickard, Matthew J. 09/02/2014 Thursday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
210D
Fall 2014 EGR101-C C Oyanader, Mario A. 09/02/2014 Thursday 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Engr Building 3739 Adams
100K
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EGR102 Introduction Engineering Design

EGR102 Introduction Engineering Design

Introduction to fundamental techniques used in engineering design and analysis. Different models of the design process will be examined. A collaborative team oriented design project will be undertaken. (4 units; Interdisciplinary; Spring)

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EGR103 Engineering Service I

EGR103 Engineering Service I

Taking engineering out into the community through service. Activities important to the community will be addressed by teams of engineering students. Sample possibilities include: 1) designing a booth for a engineering firm for the fall STEP event in Riverside, 2) judging local science fairs, 3) working on a Habitat for Humanity house, 4) assisting local high school engineering clubs, 5) addressing a local community issue like transportation, energy usage, after school activities for youth etc. Intended to stimulate ideas of engineering design classes. Reflection paper and final report evaluated for acceptance into the major in the spring of the sophomore year. May be repeated for credit. Pre- or Co- requisite: CON 102 or EGR 101. (1-3 units; Fall)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 EGR103-J J Anklam, Mark R. 09/02/2014 Array Array - Array Online
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Fall 2014 EGR103-C C Jung, Helen 09/02/2014 Array Array - Array Online
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Fall 2014 EGR103-G G Zhang, Jun 09/02/2014 Array Array - Array Online
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Fall 2014 EGR103-H H Zhang, Jun 09/02/2014 Array Array - Array Online
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Fall 2014 EGR103-I I Anklam, Mark R. 09/02/2014 Array Array - Array Online
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Fall 2014 EGR103-A A Jung, Helen 09/02/2014 Array Array - Array Online
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Fall 2014 EGR103-B B Jung, Helen 09/02/2014 Array Array - Array Online
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Fall 2014 EGR103-D D Jung, Helen 09/02/2014 Array Array - Array Online
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Fall 2014 EGR103-E E Ni, Liya 09/02/2014 Array Array - Array Online
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Fall 2014 EGR103-F F Ni, Liya 09/02/2014 Array Array - Array Online
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Fall 2014 EGR103-K K Zhang, Jun 09/02/2014 Array Array - Array Online
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Fall 2014 EGR103-L L Donaldson, Anthony L. 09/02/2014 Array Array - Array Online
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EGR121 Intro Computer Programming C++

EGR121 Intro Computer Programming C++

Introduction to computer science. Covers problem solving methods and algorithm development; modern programming methodologies; and fundamentals of high-level block structured language using C++. Prerequisite: MAT 115 and his/her demonstrable computer literacy. (3 units; Interdisciplinary; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 EGR121-D D Bishop, David B. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 3:45 PM - 4:45 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
100J
Fall 2014 EGR121-A A Bishop, David B. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
110D
Fall 2014 EGR121-C C Bishop, David B. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Engr Building 3739 Adams
100J
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EGR122 Visualization Languages I

EGR122 Visualization Languages I

Engineering is a discipline which requires the effective communication of visual information as part of persuasion or education. Excel (beginning and advanced techniques), and a CAD program will be covered to assist in that process for a real current engineering problem of interest. For example this might include the utilization of solar power in Riverside County to address energy consumption concerns. This course lays the foundation for future courses which have elements of data and information presentation. (3 units; Interdisciplinary; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 EGR122-C C Si, Xiuhua 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 6:15 PM - 7:15 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
100J
Fall 2014 EGR122-A A Si, Xiuhua 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
100J
Fall 2014 EGR122-D D Si, Xiuhua 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
100J
Fall 2014 EGR122-B B Abdelmessih, Amanie N. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Engr Building 3739 Adams
100J
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EGR192 Engineering Seminar

EGR192 Engineering Seminar

Different speakers of importance to the engineering profession will make presentations. Included are area engineering leaders and professionals as well as nationally recognized contributors to the profession of engineering. A two page ‘4MAT’ response which includes a one page executive summary will be required.Reflections should be included in the EGR 202 response. May be repeated for credit. (1 unit; Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 EGR192-A A Oyanader, Mario A. 09/02/2014 Monday 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Yeager Center
A112
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EGR202 Worldview Reflection

EGR202 Worldview Reflection

A reflection paper will be submitted including your understanding of the school of engineering’s mission statement. The paper will document and draw upon the materials from EGR 101,102, 103, 122 and 192. Upon completion and acceptance a party in your honor including a book signed by your professors and given to you will occur. Required for acceptance into the major. (0 units; Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 EGR202-A A Donaldson, Anthony L. 09/02/2014 Array Array - Array Online
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**Junior Senior transfer students will complete EGR 301, 303, and 392. All other students will complete EGR 102, 103, and 192.

Upper Division Core Engineering Requirements (14 units)

EGR302 Engineering Design & Documentatn

EGR302 Engineering Design & Documentatn

Team design of industrial or self-designed projects. Requires the design and development of a process or product with oral and written reports. Includes a review and analysis of professional papers. Prerequisite: EGR 202. Co requisite: EGR305. (3 units; Interdisciplinary; Fall)

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EGR304 Leadership Cohort

EGR304 Leadership Cohort

Preparation for a lifetime of leadership as an engineer. Small group discussion format, with opportunities for student facilitated discussions will be provided. Topics include: leadership in organizations, emotional intelligence, the psychology of small group dynamics and team performance, global perspectives of engineering.Written executive summaries as part of a “4MAT” like response will be required prior to discussion. Co-requisite: CON 310 or EGR 302 or 352. (1 unit; Interdisciplinary, Multicultural; Spring)

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EGR305 Engineering Statistics

EGR305 Engineering Statistics

An introduction to the primary statistical and probabilistic models used in the collection and interpretation of engineering data. The focus is on summary techniques, regression models, application of the Central Limit Theorem, confidence intervals, and recurrence intervals.Monte Carlo simulation techniques are used to estimate the failure likelihood of an engineering system. Prerequisite: MAT 245. (2 units; Interdisciplinary; Fall)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 EGR305-B B Kim, Seung-Jae 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
100J
Fall 2014 EGR305-A A Kim, Seung-Jae 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
100J
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EGR306 Internship Preparation

EGR306 Internship Preparation

Designed to prepare you for the official internship during your junior summer. Discussion and development of the individuals priorities for their learning contract. Topics include: resume and internship writing, finding an internship, how you will be assessed as an intern, the psychology of the workplace, different types of bosses and working on teams, and the different types of work environment. Pre- or Co- requisite: EGR 202. (1 unit; Interdisciplinary, Multicultural; Fall)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 EGR306-A A Donaldson, Anthony L. 09/02/2014 Monday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Sch Business Building
125
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EGR390 Internship

EGR390 Internship

A required internship with industry, research, non profit or other experience with a minimum of 200 hours of supervised work. A learning contract signed by the student and supervisor is required at the beginning and an executive summary written by the student and signed by the supervisor is required at completion. (0 units)

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EGR401 Capstone Design

EGR401 Capstone Design

The first of a two course senior capstone design sequence. Student teams select a project which may involve company sponsorship, and proceed through the design methodology introduced in earlier design classes. Every project has a ‘customer’ which requires the generation of a customer spec.During the sequence students provide detailed schedules for building a prototype system and present weekly progress reports. They also produce technical specifications, undergo a preliminary design review (PDR) and build a working prototype system. Prerequisite: EGR 302 or 352; Concurrent Requisite: EGR 403. (3 units; Fall)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 EGR401-A A Pontius, Frederick W. 09/02/2014 Monday 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
211Q
Fall 2014 EGR401-B B Xu, Xuping 09/02/2014 Monday 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
100K
Fall 2014 EGR401-C C Abdelmessih, Amanie N. 09/02/2014 Monday 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
210D
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EGR402 Capstone Design & Presentation

EGR402 Capstone Design & Presentation

A continuation of EGR 401. Development and implementation of their project. Includes testing,documentation, and final presentation methodology. Teams author and generate operations manuals, detailed technical manuals and a poster sized presentation board for public display. A final presentation is given to the public includingmembers of the engineering advisory council.The presentation will be videotaped and included as a part of your senior portfolio. Prerequisite: EGR 401; Concurrent Requisite: EGR 404 and 406. (3 units; Spring)

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EGR403 FE Exam

EGR403 FE Exam

As a first step in preparing you for getting a professional license, you will be required to take and pass the online Fundamentals of Engineering Exam.Two sections are included: a general examdesigned for all engineers and one specifically designed with your major in mind. Results will be used to compare the performance of your graduating class with students across the nation as part of departmental and school assessment. (0 units; Fall)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 EGR403-A A Zhou, Ziliang 09/02/2014 Wednesday 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Sch Business Building
124
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EGR404 Worldview Reflection II

EGR404 Worldview Reflection II

A final integrative reflection paper on what you have learned about engineering froma Christian worldview perspective will be written and included in your portfolio. (0 units; Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 EGR404-A A Donaldson, Anthony L. 09/02/2014 Array Array - Array Instructor
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EGR405 Internship Report & Presentation

EGR405 Internship Report & Presentation

An executive summary of your summer intern experience, signed by your supervisor will be submitted the first day of class. A PowerPoint presentation to the entire class and evaluated by your professors and peers will be made. A video of your presentation will be made and feedback will be provided. (1 unit; Interdisciplinary, Multicultural; Fall)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 EGR405-B B Donaldson, Anthony L. 09/02/2014 Wednesday 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Yeager Center
A111
Fall 2014 EGR405-A A Anklam, Mark R. 09/02/2014 Wednesday 3:45 PM - 4:45 PM Yeager Center
A111
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EGR406 Senior Portfolio

EGR406 Senior Portfolio

An electronic portfolio suitable for archiving and showing to prospective employers will be submitted. A copy will remain with the department for use in future letters of reference. Items to be included will be an updated resume, seminar reflections, samples of your design and writing capabilities including EGR 302 and 402 documentation, a sample of your presentation capabilities from EGR 402 final presentation and a record of your service activities. (0 units; Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 EGR406-A A Donaldson, Anthony L. 09/02/2014 Array Array - Array Instructor
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Math and Science Requirements (23-24 units)

BIO146 General Biology I with Lab

BIO146 General Biology I with Lab

Topics covered include cell structure and function, genetics, reproduction and development of animal systems. Lecture (3 units) and required laboratory (1 unit). Additional lab fee. (4 units; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 BIO146-A A Koo, Bonjun 09/02/2014 Thursday 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO146-E E Koo, Bonjun 09/02/2014 Wednesday 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO146-I I Koo, Bonjun 09/02/2014 Tuesday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO146-B B Koo, Bonjun 09/02/2014 Monday 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO146-C C Koo, Bonjun 09/02/2014 Thursday 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO146-G G Koo, Bonjun 09/02/2014 Tuesday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO146-H H Koo, Bonjun 09/02/2014 Tuesday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO146-J J Koo, Bonjun 09/02/2014 Thursday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO146-D D Koo, Bonjun 09/02/2014 Monday 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO146-F F Koo, Bonjun 09/02/2014 Wednesday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO146-A A Koo, Bonjun 01/07/2015 Monday 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM TBA
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Spring 2015 BIO146-B B Koo, Bonjun 01/07/2015 Monday 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM TBA
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CHE130 Intro to Chemistry for Engineers

CHE130 Intro to Chemistry for Engineers

Introductory treatment of matter - its forms, transitions, and interactions; with a focus on chemical, civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering applications. Additional lab fee. Prerequisite: CHE 102 or high school chemistry. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 CHE130-A A Hu, Ying 09/02/2014 Thursday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Sch Business Building
252
Spring 2015 CHE130-A A Hu, Ying 01/07/2015 Thursday 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM TBA
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Spring 2015 CHE130-B B Hu, Ying 01/07/2015 Thursday 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM TBA
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EGR182 Intro Math Engineering Applicatn

EGR182 Intro Math Engineering Applicatn

This course will provide an overview of the salient math topics most heavily used in the core sophomore-level engineering courses. These include algebraic manipulation of engineering equations, trigonometry, vectors and complex numbers, sinusoids and harmonic signals, systems of equations and matrices, within the context of an engineering application, and reinforce through extensive examples of their use in the core engineering courses. Students may only earn credit for either EGR 182 or EGR 182L. Prerequisite: MAT 115. (4 units)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 EGR182-G G Zhang, Jun 09/02/2014 Friday 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Engr Building 3739 Adams
110D
Fall 2014 EGR182-J J Anklam, Mark R. 09/02/2014 Friday 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
211Q
Fall 2014 EGR182-I I Anklam, Mark R. 09/02/2014 Monday 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
211Q
Fall 2014 EGR182-H H Zhang, Jun 09/02/2014 Wednesday 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Engr Building 3739 Adams
110D
Fall 2014 EGR182-B B Zhou, Ziliang 09/02/2014 Wednesday 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Engr Building 3739 Adams
100J
Fall 2014 EGR182-C C Ni, Liya 09/02/2014 Monday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
100J
Fall 2014 EGR182-D D Ni, Liya 09/02/2014 Wednesday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
100J
Fall 2014 EGR182-A A Zhou, Ziliang 09/02/2014 Monday 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Engr Building 3739 Adams
100J
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MAT245 Analytical Geometry & Calculus I

MAT245 Analytical Geometry & Calculus I

Basic concepts of analytical geometry, limits and derivatives, differentials and rates, integration, definite and indefinite integrals, differentiation of logarithmic and exponential functions. Prerequisite: MAT 135, 145, EGR 182, or sufficient SAT, ACT or math placement exam scores and appropriate high school mathematics background. (4 units; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 MAT245-D D Hernandez, Lisa 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:45 AM - 9:29 AM James Complex
181
Fall 2014 MAT245-C C Cordero, Ricardo J. 09/02/2014 Thursday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Sch Business Building
123
Fall 2014 MAT245-A A Cordero, Ricardo J. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7:00 AM - 7:45 AM James Complex
181
Fall 2014 MAT245-B B Cordero, Ricardo J. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7:45 AM - 8:30 AM James Complex
181
Fall 2014 MAT245-E E Hernandez, Lisa 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:30 AM - 10:15 AM James Complex
181
Spring 2015 MAT245-A A Thomas, Bradley G 01/07/2015 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7:00 AM - 7:45 AM TBA
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Spring 2015 MAT245-B B Thomas, Bradley G 01/07/2015 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7:45 AM - 8:30 AM TBA
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Spring 2015 MAT245-C C Thomas, Bradley G 01/07/2015 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:45 AM - 9:30 AM TBA
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Spring 2015 MAT245-D D Thomas, Bradley G 01/07/2015 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:30 AM - 10:15 AM TBA
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PHY201 Physics for Engineers I w/ Lab

PHY201 Physics for Engineers I w/ Lab

This course covers topics such as units, vectors, motion (in one, two and three dimensions), Newton's laws of motion, work, kinetic and potential energy, momentum, impulse, collisions, conservation laws, dynamics of rotational motion, equilibrium, gravitation, and periodic motion. 6 hours per week of inquiry-based instruction. Additional lab fee. Prerequisite: MAT 145, 245 or a B or better in EGR 182. (4 units; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 PHY201-B B Campbell, Melvin D. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 3:45 PM - 5:45 PM James Complex
122
Fall 2014 PHY201-A A Chediak, Juan A. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM James Complex
122
Fall 2014 PHY201-C C Stewart, Kyle R. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1:15 PM - 3:15 PM James Complex
122
Spring 2015 PHY201-A A Chediak, Juan A. 01/07/2015 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM James Complex
122
Spring 2015 PHY201-B B Chediak, Juan A. 01/07/2015 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM James Complex
122
Spring 2015 PHY201-C C Stewart, Kyle R. 01/07/2015 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1:15 PM - 3:15 PM James Complex
122
Spring 2015 PHY201-D D Campbell, Melvin D. 01/07/2015 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM James Complex
122
Spring 2015 PHY201-E E Campbell, Melvin D. 01/07/2015 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM James Complex
122
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PHY203 Physics for Engineers II w/ Lab

PHY203 Physics for Engineers II w/ Lab

This course covers topics such as fluids, temperature and ideal gas, electric charge and field, Gauss's Law, electric potential, capacitance and dielectrics, current, resistance and electromotive force, direct-current circuits, magnetic field and force, Ampere's and Faraday's laws, electromagnetic induction, inductance, alternating current circuits, and electromagnetic waves. 6 hours per week of inquiry-based instruction. Additional lab fee. Prerequisite: PHY 201. (4 units; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 PHY203-B B Chediak, Juan A. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM James Complex
121
Fall 2014 PHY203-A A Buchholz, James R 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM James Complex
121
Spring 2015 PHY203-A A Buchholz, James R 01/07/2015 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM James Complex
121
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Lower Division General Engineering Requirements (3-4 units)

Complete one of the following courses

EGR231 Circuit Theory I

EGR231 Circuit Theory I

Linear circuit elements, sources, Kirchhoff ’s laws, mesh and node equations, Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits, resistive network analysis, sinusoidal steady-state analysis, power, transient analysis of simple circuits. Pre- or Co-requisites: EGR 102 and either EGR 182 or MAT 245. (4 units; Fall)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 EGR231-C C Foist, Rod B. 09/02/2014 Wednesday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
100K
Fall 2014 EGR231-D D Foist, Rod B. 09/02/2014 Friday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
100K
Fall 2014 EGR231-E E Foist, Rod B. 09/02/2014 Thursday 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Engr Building 3739 Adams
130H
Fall 2014 EGR231-B B Chun, Seunghyun 09/02/2014 Friday 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
100J
Fall 2014 EGR231-A A Chun, Seunghyun 09/02/2014 Tuesday 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
100J
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EGR234 Digital Logic Design

EGR234 Digital Logic Design

Boolean algebra, number systems and representations, analysis and design of combinational and sequential logic circuits, minimization, small and medium scale integrated devices, programmable logic and simulation of digital circuits. Prerequisite: MAT 115 or above. (4 units; Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 EGR234-A A Xu, Xuping 09/02/2014 Friday 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Engr Building 3739 Adams
100K
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EGR241 Statics

EGR241 Statics

Study of forces, moments, free-body diagrams, friction, equilibrium, first and second moments of lines, centers of pressure, mass and gravity, and moments of inertia. Prerequisites: EGR 182 or MAT 245. (3 units; Fall)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 EGR241-C C Clark, Daniel Eugene 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 3:45 PM - 4:45 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
110D
Fall 2014 EGR241-A A Marshall, Thomas H. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Engr Building 3739 Adams
110D
Fall 2014 EGR241-B B Rickard, Matthew J. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Engr Building 3739 Adams
110D
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Upper Division General Engineering Requirements (12 units)

Complete twelve (12) additional upper division engineering elective units**

**Recommendations include EGR 332, 341, 345, 432, 453

Additional Degree Requirements (0 units)

Successfully pass the practice FE Exam

Concentration Requirements (36-45 units)

Students must complete at least one of the following concentrations

Bioengineering, Business; Global Applications; Pre-Law; Pre-Med

Bioengineering Concentration (39 units)

Courses must be unique to the concentration and beyond the core degree requirements.

Lower Division Requirement

MAT255 Anlytical Geometry & Calculus II

MAT255 Anlytical Geometry & Calculus II

Continued study and applications of integration: volumes, lengths, surface of revolution; derivatives and integrals involving trigonometric functions, indefinite series, expansion of functions, hyperbolic functions, law of the mean, indeterminate forms, partial fractions, polar coordinates, and conic sections. Prerequisite: MAT 245. (4 units; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 MAT255-A A Thomas, Bradley G 09/02/2014 Tuesday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
A111
Fall 2014 MAT255-B B Thomas, Bradley G 09/02/2014 Tuesday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
A111
Fall 2014 MAT255-C C Thomas, Bradley G 09/02/2014 Tuesday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
A111
Fall 2014 MAT255-D D Thomas, Bradley G 09/02/2014 Tuesday 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Sch Business Building
253
Spring 2015 MAT255-A A Pankowski, Franciszek 01/07/2015 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7:00 AM - 7:45 AM TBA
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Spring 2015 MAT255-B B Pankowski, Franciszek 01/07/2015 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7:45 AM - 8:30 AM TBA
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Spring 2015 MAT255-C C Sill, Michael 01/07/2015 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1:00 PM - 1:45 PM TBA
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Spring 2015 MAT255-D D Sill, Michael 01/07/2015 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1:00 PM - 1:45 PM TBA
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Lower Division Biology Elective Requirement

Complete two (2) approved biology with lab courses

Lower Division Engineering Elective Requirement

Complete two (2) approved engineering courses

Upper Division Biology Elective Requirement

Complete three (3) approved upper division biology with lab courses

Upper Division Biology Elective Requirement

Complete three (3) approved upper division engineering courses

Cross Cultural Experience Requirement

Engineering students are required to complete an approved cross cultural experience. Course credit is not required. A list of approved experiences are available in the College of Engineering.

Business Concentration (39 units)

Lower Division Courses

ACC250 Principles of Accounting I

ACC250 Principles of Accounting I

An introduction to financial accounting, involving its basic structure, the accounting cycles for service and merchandising enterprises, assets, liabilities, and accounting systems. (3 units; Fall)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 ACC250-B B Schwandt, Brittany Nicole 09/02/2014 Tuesday 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Sch Business Building
250
Fall 2014 ACC250-C C Nelson, Karin H. 09/02/2014 Thursday 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM Sch Business Building
106
Fall 2014 ACC250-A A Giles, Brizset Adriana 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Sch Business Building
252
Fall 2014 ACC250-D D Nelson, Karin H. 09/02/2014 Wednesday 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM Sch Business Building
253
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BUS218 Macroeconomics

BUS218 Macroeconomics

This course offers a common sense approach to economics, covering basic economic laws and how they apply to our world and everyday life. The course focuses on the overall economy and economic theories that offer explanations for its fluctuations and changes. Also, the course is designed to give the student a sufficient grounding in the terminology, basic concepts, and issues of economics to stimulate interest in further study and provide background in business. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 BUS218-B B Namvar, Bob 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Sch Business Building
251
Fall 2014 BUS218-A A Namvar, Bob 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM Sch Business Building
251
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BUS237 Management Based on Bibl Prin

BUS237 Management Based on Bibl Prin

In this course students learn to identify and apply effective management and leadership behaviors based on principles found in the Bible. This course will equip each student with skills in making biblically-informed choices in realistic business scenarios. (3 units; Interdisciplinary; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 BUS237-D D Strombeck, Stephen 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM Sch Business Building
251
Fall 2014 BUS237-A A Miller, Gary A. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Mission Hall
127
Fall 2014 BUS237-C C Miller, Gary A. 09/02/2014 Wednesday 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM Sch Business Building
251
Fall 2014 BUS237-B B Lainson, Douglas L. 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Sch Business Building
251
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BUS264 Principles of Accounting II

BUS264 Principles of Accounting II

This course has an emphasis on managerial accounting involved with corporations, control accounting, and decision making. Prerequisite: BUS 254. (3 units; Spring)

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CIS265 Info Systems Essentials

CIS265 Info Systems Essentials

This is an introduction to the essential computer tools used in a modern information society. Students will examine the historical development of information tools and demonstrate understanding of these information tools by completing a series of projects on the computer. Students will be introduced to five of the Microsoft Office suite application packages: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Access. In addition, they will receive an introduction to WebPages design. Students will be expected to demonstrate integration of these packages by the end of the course. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 CIS265-G G Fanning, Timothy J. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Sch Business Building
209
Fall 2014 CIS265-D D Corso, Anthony J. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Yeager Center
B113
Fall 2014 CIS265-I I Shade, Karen S 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Sch Business Building
209
Fall 2014 CIS265-C C Fanning, Timothy J. 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 3:45 PM - 5:15 PM Yeager Center
B113
Fall 2014 CIS265-F F Shade, Karen S 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Sch Business Building
209
Fall 2014 CIS265-J J Corso, Anthony J. 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM Yeager Center
B113
Fall 2014 CIS265-E E Corso, Anthony J. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Yeager Center
B113
Fall 2014 CIS265-H H Shade, Karen S 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM Sch Business Building
209
Fall 2014 CIS265-A A Bainum, Pamela Diane 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Yeager Center
B113
Fall 2014 CIS265-B B Fanning, Timothy J. 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Yeager Center
B113
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Upper Division Courses

BUS358 Business Law

BUS358 Business Law

This course covers the law of sales, employment, contracts, negotiable instruments, agency and partnerships, corporations, insurance, real and personal property, estates, and bankruptcy. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 BUS358-A A Bishop, Jim 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM James Complex
367
Fall 2014 BUS358-B B Bishop, Jim 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Sch Business Building
104
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BUS433 Intl Economics & Marketing

BUS433 Intl Economics & Marketing

This is a critical examination of free trade and protectionist theory and practice and discussion of the recent developments in the international area. (The international business summer study abroad program may be taken in lieu of this course.) Prerequisite: BUS 217,218,or 314. (3 units; Interdisciplinary; Fall, Spring)

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BUS463 Business & Organizational Mgmt

BUS463 Business & Organizational Mgmt

This course is the study of management theories and the functional concepts of leadership, planning, and decision making. Special emphasis is placed on quality issues, globalism, diversity, ethics, productivity, motivation, skill development, and human resource management. An emphasis on integrating biblical principles and leadership will also be studied. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 BUS463-A A Herrity, Andrew C. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Sch Business Building
123
Fall 2014 BUS463-B B Lainson, Douglas L. 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Sch Business Building
202
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BUS485 Business Policy & Strategy

BUS485 Business Policy & Strategy

This is an integrative study of senior management functions using advanced case analysis, focusing on general management and decision making. Topics include setting objectives; implementing, supporting, and controlling organization-wide policies; developing strategies to achieve objectives; setting standards for measuring performance; evaluating and reformulating policies in response to change; fulfilling leadership responsibilities. Prerequisite: BUS 303, 463, and MKT 333. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 BUS485-A A Herrity, Andrew C. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Sch Business Building
253
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MKT333 Principles of Marketing

MKT333 Principles of Marketing

A study of the marketing functions, channels of distribution, selling, advertising, distribution, and marketing management for both retail and industrial businesses. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 MKT333-B B Winter, Natalie A 09/02/2014 Thursday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Sch Business Building
ONLN
Fall 2014 MKT333-A A Winter, Natalie A 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Sch Business Building
125
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Upper Division Engineering Elective Requirements

Six (6) additional upper division approved engineering elective units

Cross Cultural Experience Requirement

Engineering students are required to complete an approved cross cultural experience. Course credit is not required. A list of approved experiences are available in the College of Engineering.

Global Applications Concentration (33 units)

Lower Division Requirements

SOC213 Introduction to Sociology

SOC213 Introduction to Sociology

A general introduction to the scientific study of human behavior in social settings. It includes major theories of human behavior in terms of culture, socialization, primary groups, stratification and social class, population, family, religion, and social change. This course or BEH 100 is a prerequisite for courses in Sociology. (3 units; Multicultural; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 SOC213-A A Wallace, Douglas S 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Yeager Center
B221
Fall 2014 SOC213-D D Wallace, Douglas S 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM Yeager Center
B220
Fall 2014 SOC213-B B Minton, Carol 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Yeager Center
B220
Fall 2014 SOC213-C C Minton, Carol 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Yeager Center
B252
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CST 105 Introduction to Global Studies

CST 205 Models of Discipleship

Upper Division Requirements

CST 305 Global Perspectives

CST 405 Marketplace Strategies for Global Advancement

CST 430 Intercultural Communications (*Christian Studies)

PHI353 Comparative Religions

PHI353 Comparative Religions

This course is an introduction to the major religious traditions of the world, particularly Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The historical development, key figures, as well as major doctrines and practices are explored. (3 units; Interdisciplinary; Multicultural; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 PHI353-C C Mosteller, Timothy 09/02/2014 Thursday 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Mission Hall
ONLN
Fall 2014 PHI353-A A Stumpf, Amy R. 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Sch Business Building
204
Fall 2014 PHI353-B B Stumpf, Amy R. 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Sch Business Building
204
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POL415 World Geography

POL415 World Geography

This course studies the world's geographic areas and the outstanding human, social, and physical features of realms and regions. In doing so, special attention is given to the more important features of histories, societies, cultures, and religions of the people living in the region. It also examines the relationship between human life and natural environment. The purpose is to help students better understand the world, our relationship with the environment, and human connections around the globe. (This course does not meet the POL general education requirement.) (3 units; Multicultural; Fall/Spring)

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Upper Division Engineering Elective Requirements

Six (6) additional upper division approved engineering elective units

Cross Cultural Experience Requirement

CST431 Cross-cultural Immersion

CST431 Cross-cultural Immersion

The course provides students the opportunity for supervised cross-cultural immersion and study abroad. The course also gives students the opportunity to experience, study and explore firsthand the challenges of living, communicating and serving in an international setting. The immersion experience is designed to create a context for extended and applied learning as the course concepts are integrated into life experiences. The material will be presented through lectures, small group discussions, reading assignments and cultural immersions with an emphasis relational development and service. (3 units; Multicultural; As offered)

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Pre-Law Concentration (48 units)

Lower Division Requirements

COM113 Oral Communications

COM113 Oral Communications

This course is designed to introduce the process of public communication and to help develop and refine the skills of oral communication. (3 units; Multicultural; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 COM113-N N Rowland, William F 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM James Complex
376
Fall 2014 COM113-F F Murray, Donald R. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM James Complex
166
Fall 2014 COM113-K K Sanicola, Angela Marie 09/02/2014 Monday 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM James Complex
181
Fall 2014 COM113-M M Rowland, William F 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM James Complex
376
Fall 2014 COM113-Q Q Marse, Michael 09/02/2014 Monday 1:15 PM - 4:15 PM The Village at CBU
300
Fall 2014 COM113-C C Boes, Cynthia D. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM James Complex
171
Fall 2014 COM113-I I Murray, Donald R. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM James Complex
190
Fall 2014 COM113-J J Rowland, William F 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM James Complex
376
Fall 2014 COM113-L L Vennemann, Darlene Sue 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM James Complex
189
Fall 2014 COM113-O O Vennemann, Darlene Sue 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM James Complex
171
Fall 2014 COM113-P P Boes, Cynthia D. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM James Complex
245
Fall 2014 COM113-A A Pate, John R. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Yeager Center
B259
Fall 2014 COM113-B B Murray, Donald R. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM James Complex
190
Fall 2014 COM113-D D Boes, Cynthia D. 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Sch Business Building
132A
Fall 2014 COM113-E E Vennemann, Darlene Sue 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM James Complex
171
Fall 2014 COM113-G G Marse, Michael 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Yeager Center
B110
Fall 2014 COM113-H H Marse, Michael 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM Yeager Center
B110
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POL213 American Government

POL213 American Government

The course provides an introductory overview of the American political system. It begins with a discussion of the principles of the Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights and an examination of their impact on the country. It also covers the avenues and means of democratic citizenship and political influence in American politics. The course further examines the major political institutions in the United States: Congress, Presidency, Bureaucracy, and Courts. In order to assess the impact of government on society, the course concludes with an exploration of public policy. (Meets state requirement in United States Constitution and California Government.) (3 units; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 POL213-A A Luther, Timothy C. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Yeager Center
A110
Fall 2014 POL213-B B Skubik, Daniel W. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Mission Hall
109
Fall 2014 POL213-C C McCarthy, John J. 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Mission Hall
124
Fall 2014 POL213-D D Hinrichs, Troy 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Sch Business Building
203
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POL223 State and Local Government

POL223 State and Local Government

This course studies the place and responsibilities of state and local governments in the United States and how they relate with other units of government. This includes an assessment of the citizenship and participation in state and local politics, both at the individual and collective level; and then an examination of state political institutions, such as governors, state legislatures, state courts, and administration. The course also covers city and county governments, and other local units of government. Although it is comparative, special attention is given to California politics. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 POL223-A A Luther, Timothy C. 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Sch Business Building
203
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Upper Division Requirements

BUS358 Business Law

BUS358 Business Law

This course covers the law of sales, employment, contracts, negotiable instruments, agency and partnerships, corporations, insurance, real and personal property, estates, and bankruptcy. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 BUS358-A A Bishop, Jim 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM James Complex
367
Fall 2014 BUS358-B B Bishop, Jim 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Sch Business Building
104
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BUS359 Intellectual Property Law

BUS359 Intellectual Property Law

The course will examine technology policy, patent law, trademark law, copyright law, trade secrets, intrusions on privacy and other personal rights, biotechnology, e-commerce, important contract issues for technology companies, tort liabilities for physical and economic harms, antitrust and anticompetitive conductor. (3 units; As offered)

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COM401 Argumentation & Debate

COM401 Argumentation & Debate

A study of the principles and models of argumentation and debate, the basic theories, strategies, and processes by which a student may present an effective argument, as well as their application to business and interpersonal communication as well as ministry. The course provides practical experience in forming arguments, defending a position, using evidence to build a case, refutation, and analysis of arguments. Special emphasis given to the principles of Parliamentary Debate. May be repeated for a total of eight (8) units. Only three (3) units may be applied to the major. (1-3 units; Fall)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 COM401-A A Marse, Michael 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Yeager Center
B110
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PHI300 Logic

PHI300 Logic

A systematized study of the canons and criteria of validity in thought and its rational expression by considering the processes of reasoning and inference with applications in propositional logic, natural deduction, predicate logic and induction. Prerequisite: PHI 213. (3 units; Fall even years)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 PHI300-A A Mosteller, Timothy 09/02/2014 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Yeager Center
B258
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PHI323 Ethics

PHI323 Ethics

This course is an appraisal of the major metaethical positions within Western philosophy such as deontological, utilitarian, and virtue ethics in light of the Christian World-view for the purpose of analyzing and synthesizing theories regarding human conduct. Attention is given to major figures in the history of ethics as well as the nature of ethical language and the concept of value. Prerequisite: PHI 213. (3 units; Interdisciplinary; Fall even years)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 PHI323-A A Key, Scott B. 09/02/2014 Tuesday, Thursday 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Sch Business Building
106
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PHI324 Applied Ethics

PHI324 Applied Ethics

An exploration of the application of various metaethical theories to ethical questions and issues that arise in various arenas of life. The study involves both the examination of methods as well as cases. (3 units; Interdisciplinary; Fall odd years)

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POL330 Law and Literature

POL330 Law and Literature

This course is designed to examine the role and function of narrative in law, and the role and function of law in major works of literature, to understand better both law and literature. (3 units; Interdisciplinary; Fall odd years)

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POL441 Law & Government Internship

POL441 Law & Government Internship

Internships are offered in various legal and government offices and political parties. Supervision given by instructor and agency head, with scheduled conferences and written work required. (This course does not meet the POL general education requirement.) Prerequisites: POL 213, 223 and consent of Chair of Department of History, Philosophy, and Political Science. (3 units; Fall, Spring, Summer)

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POL453 Administrative Law & Bureaucracy

POL453 Administrative Law & Bureaucracy

This course examines the place and impact of executive agencies on the formation and implementation of administrative law and regulation in the United States. This includes an overview of the administrative process, a discussion of administrative power, and bureaucratic organization. The course then examines the steps, stages, and participants of the administrative process, such as delegation of authority, administrative rulemaking, agency adjudication, and judicial review. The course concludes with a discussion of tort liability and sovereign immunity, the relationship between the bureaucracy and the other branches, and administrative reform. (3 units; Spring even years)

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POL483 Constitutional Law

POL483 Constitutional Law

This course examines the history, organization, and process of judicial review where the court interprets and applies the Constitution to a real world context. To this end, major Supreme Court cases that determine the meaning and practice of the Constitution are discussed. These includes cases that address the powers and responsibilities of the national branches of government, federalism and state power, first amendment expressions rights, religious liberties, criminal justice and rights of the accused, property rights, privacy, equal protection, and voting rights. Cross-listed with HIS 493. (3 units; Multicultural; Spring-odd years)

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Upper Division Engineering Elective Requirements

Six (6) additional upper division approved engineering elective units

Cross Cultural Experience Requirement

Engineering students are required to complete an approved cross cultural experience. Course credit is not required. A list of approved experiences are available in the College of Engineering.

Pre-Med Concentration* (39 units)

Lower Division Requirements*

BIO148 General Biology II with Lab

BIO148 General Biology II with Lab

Includes organismal biology of animals and plants, their behavior, ecology, evolution and adaptations. Lecture (3 units) and required laboratory (1 unit). Additional lab fee. (4 units; Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Spring 2015 BIO148-A A Prins, Bruce 01/07/2015 Monday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO148-B B Prins, Bruce 01/07/2015 Monday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO148-C C Prins, Bruce 01/07/2015 Tuesday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO148-D D Prins, Bruce 01/07/2015 Tuesday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO148-E E Prins, Bruce 01/07/2015 Tuesday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
A110
Spring 2015 BIO148-F F Prins, Bruce 01/07/2015 Tuesday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
A110
Spring 2015 BIO148-G G Prins, Bruce 01/07/2015 Thursday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
A110
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BIO153 Anatomy & Physiology I w/ Lab

BIO153 Anatomy & Physiology I w/ Lab

This course is designed for professional nursing and general college students. Included are a general survey of human histology and the study of structure and function of organ systems of the human body, including the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, endocrine and nervous systems. Structure and function of sensory organs are also included in the course. Correlated by laboratory experience and demonstration. Lecture (3 units) and required laboratory (1 unit). Additional lab fee. (4 units; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 BIO153-V V Heyman, Nathanael S 09/02/2014 Saturday 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mission Hall
ONLN
Fall 2014 BIO153-P P Heyman, Nathanael S 09/02/2014 Wednesday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO153-E E Prins, Bruce 09/02/2014 Thursday 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO153-F F Prins, Bruce 09/02/2014 Friday 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO153-L L Prins, Bruce 09/02/2014 Friday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO153-Q Q Heyman, Nathanael S 09/02/2014 Monday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO153-B B Prins, Bruce 09/02/2014 Monday 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO153-D D Prins, Bruce 09/02/2014 Wednesday 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO153-G G Prins, Bruce 09/02/2014 Monday 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO153-K K Prins, Bruce 09/02/2014 Thursday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO153-M M Prins, Bruce 09/02/2014 Tuesday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO153-R R Heyman, Nathanael S 09/02/2014 Friday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO153-S S Heyman, Nathanael S 09/02/2014 Friday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO153-T T Heyman, Nathanael S 09/02/2014 Thursday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO153-U U Heyman, Nathanael S 09/02/2014 Friday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO153-A A Prins, Bruce 09/02/2014 Monday 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO153-C C Prins, Bruce 09/02/2014 Tuesday 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO153-J J Prins, Bruce 09/02/2014 Thursday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO153-O O Heyman, Nathanael S 09/02/2014 Friday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO153-H H Prins, Bruce 09/02/2014 Wednesday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO153-I I Prins, Bruce 09/02/2014 Thursday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
A112
Fall 2014 BIO153-N N Prins, Bruce 09/02/2014 Wednesday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO153-H H Heyman, Nathanael S 01/05/2015 Saturday 8:00 AM - 11:50 AM TBA
ONLN
Spring 2015 BIO153-A A Heyman, Nathanael S 01/07/2015 Wednesday 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO153-B B Heyman, Nathanael S 01/07/2015 Wednesday 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO153-C C Heyman, Nathanael S 01/07/2015 Friday 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO153-D D Heyman, Nathanael S 01/07/2015 Friday 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO153-E E Heyman, Nathanael S 01/07/2015 Wednesday 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO153-F F Heyman, Nathanael S 01/07/2015 Friday 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO153-G G Heyman, Nathanael S 01/07/2015 Wednesday 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Yeager Center
A112
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BIO163 Anatomy & Physiology II w/ Lab

BIO163 Anatomy & Physiology II w/ Lab

A continuation of BIO 153 (Anatomy and Physiology I). Included is the study of structure and function of the circulatory (blood, heart, blood vessels and circulation), lymphatic, immune, respiratory, urinary and reproductive systems. Lecture (3 units) and required laboratory (1 unit). Additional lab fee. Prior completion of BIO153 is recommended. (4 units; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 BIO163-D D Heyman, Nathanael S 10/27/2014 Saturday 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mission Hall
ONLN
Fall 2014 BIO163-A A Heyman, Nathanael S 09/02/2014 Monday 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM Yeager Center
A110
Fall 2014 BIO163-B B Heyman, Nathanael S 09/02/2014 Friday 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM Yeager Center
A110
Fall 2014 BIO163-C C Heyman, Nathanael S 09/02/2014 Wednesday 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM Yeager Center
A110
Spring 2015 BIO163-N N Heyman, Nathanael S 03/02/2015 Saturday 8:00 AM - 11:50 AM Mission Hall
ONLN
Spring 2015 BIO163-A A Bideshi, Dennis K. 01/07/2015 Monday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO163-B B Bideshi, Dennis K. 01/07/2015 Tuesday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO163-C C Bideshi, Dennis K. 01/07/2015 Tuesday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO163-D D Bideshi, Dennis K. 01/07/2015 Tuesday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO163-E E Bideshi, Dennis K. 01/07/2015 Wednesday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO163-F F Bideshi, Dennis K. 01/07/2015 Wednesday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO163-G G Bideshi, Dennis K. 01/07/2015 Wednesday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO163-H H Bideshi, Dennis K. 01/07/2015 Thursday 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO163-I I Bideshi, Dennis K. 01/07/2015 Thursday 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO163-J J Bideshi, Dennis K. 01/07/2015 Thursday 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO163-K K Bideshi, Dennis K. 01/07/2015 Thursday 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO163-L L Bideshi, Dennis K. 01/07/2015 Friday 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Yeager Center
A112
Spring 2015 BIO163-M M Bideshi, Dennis K. 01/07/2015 Friday 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Yeager Center
A112
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CHE125 General Chemistry II with Lab

CHE125 General Chemistry II with Lab

A continuation of Chemistry 115, including qualitative inorganic analysis. Lecture (3 units) and required laboratory (1 unit). Additional lab fee. Prerequisite: CHE 115. (4 units; Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Spring 2015 CHE125-A A Ferko, Thomas E. 01/07/2015 Thursday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Sch Business Building
123
Spring 2015 CHE125-B B Ferko, Thomas E. 01/07/2015 Thursday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Sch Business Building
123
Spring 2015 CHE125-C C Ferko, Thomas E. 01/07/2015 Thursday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Sch Business Building
123
Spring 2015 CHE125-D D Ferko, Thomas E. 01/07/2015 Wednesday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Sch Business Building
123
Spring 2015 CHE125-E E Suzuki, Satoru 01/07/2015 Tuesday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Yeager Center
A110
Spring 2015 CHE125-F F Suzuki, Satoru 01/07/2015 Tuesday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Yeager Center
A110
Spring 2015 CHE125-G G Suzuki, Satoru 01/07/2015 Tuesday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Yeager Center
A110
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Upper Division Requirements*

BIO313 Genetics

BIO313 Genetics

The principles of genetics including Mendelian, nature of genetic materials, chromosome mechanics, genetic recombination, and gene action. Emphasis will be placed on the transmission of genetic factors. Prerequisite: BIO 146 (4 units; Fall/Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 BIO313-B B Szeto, Daniel P. 09/02/2014 Thursday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
B220
Fall 2014 BIO313-A A Szeto, Daniel P. 09/02/2014 Thursday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
B220
Spring 2015 BIO313-A A Szeto, Daniel P. 01/07/2015 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:30 AM - 11:15 AM TBA
Array
Spring 2015 BIO313-B B Szeto, Daniel P. 01/07/2015 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:15 AM - 12:00 PM TBA
Array
Spring 2015 BIO313-C C Szeto, Daniel P. 01/07/2015 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:45 AM - 9:30 AM TBA
Array
Spring 2015 BIO313-D D Szeto, Daniel P. 01/07/2015 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:30 AM - 10:15 AM TBA
Array
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BIO330 Cell & Molecular Biology w/ Lab

BIO330 Cell & Molecular Biology w/ Lab

An examination of the structure, ultrastructure, organization, and functions of cells, with emphasis on bioenergetics, membranes, organelles, genes and gene regulation, genetic control of cell division and differentiation, structure and function of biological macromolecules, particularly nucleic acids and proteins. Mechanisms of DNA replication and repair, transcription and translation will be studied, in addition to bacteriophage and eukaryotic virus biology, mobile genetic elements and genetic engineering. Lecture (3 units) and required laboratory (1 unit). Additional lab fee. Prerequisite: BIO 146 and 148. Recommended: CHE125. (4 units; Fall)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 BIO330-B B Bideshi, Dennis K. 09/02/2014 Friday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Yeager Center
A111
Fall 2014 BIO330-A A Bideshi, Dennis K. 09/02/2014 Friday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Yeager Center
A111
Spring 2015 BIO330-A A Bideshi, Dennis K. 01/07/2015 Friday 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM TBA
Array
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CHE351 Organic Chemistry I with Lab

CHE351 Organic Chemistry I with Lab

An integrated mechanistic study of the nomenclature, chemical, and stereochemical properties of aliphatic hydrocarbons. Lecture (3 units) and required laboratory (1 unit). Additional lab fee. Prerequisite: CHE 125. (4 units; Fall)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Fall 2014 CHE351-E E Hu, Ying 09/02/2014 Wednesday 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Mission Hall
124
Fall 2014 CHE351-C C Hu, Ying 09/02/2014 Wednesday 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Mission Hall
124
Fall 2014 CHE351-D D Hu, Ying 09/02/2014 Monday 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Mission Hall
124
Fall 2014 CHE351-B B Fossett, Lawrence A 09/02/2014 Tuesday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Sch Business Building
250
Fall 2014 CHE351-A A Fossett, Lawrence A 09/02/2014 Tuesday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Sch Business Building
250
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CHE352 Organic Chemistry II with Lab

CHE352 Organic Chemistry II with Lab

A continuation of Chemistry 351 covering the major aliphatic and aromatic functional groups. Includes an introduction to spectroscopy. Lecture (3 units) and required laboratory (1 unit). Additional lab fee. Prerequisite: CHE 351. (4 units; Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Spring 2015 CHE352-A A Fossett, Lawrence A 01/07/2015 Monday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
B110
Spring 2015 CHE352-B B Fossett, Lawrence A 01/07/2015 Tuesday 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center
B110
Spring 2015 CHE352-C C Hu, Ying 01/07/2015 Wednesday 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Yeager Center
B110
Spring 2015 CHE352-D D Hu, Ying 01/07/2015 Wednesday 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Yeager Center
B110
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CHE443 Biochemistry I with Lab

CHE443 Biochemistry I with Lab

A survey of the chemical reactions in living systems. Attention given to enzymes. Lecture (3 units) and required laboratory (1 unit). Additional lab fee. Prerequisite: CHE 351. (4 units; Spring)

  Course Sec Instructor Dates Days Time Location
Spring 2015 CHE443-A A Schacht, Patrick C. 01/07/2015 Wednesday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Yeager Center
B110
Spring 2015 CHE443-B B Schacht, Patrick C. 01/07/2015 Wednesday 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Yeager Center
B110
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Cross Cultural Experience Requirement

Engineering students are required to complete an approved cross cultural experience. Course credit is not required. A list of approved experiences are available in the College of Engineering.