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Sample Academic Plans Meeting Degree Requirements for
College of Engineering Majors by Campus of Admission

Unless otherwise indicated, the ending campus for the major is University Park.

To view and/or print the suggested plan, click on the desired major at the desired campus in the table below. Refer to Flow Charts for illustrations that show courses that are pre-requisite and/or concurrent. The Schedule of Courses and Undergraduate Bulletin also list pre-requisites and concurrent courses. A student’sacademic plan may not be the same as suggested below. Each student’s plan will depend on some or all of the following: placement test results (e.g., readiness for calculus), transfer credits, change of intended major, participation in special programs such as co-op and study abroad, leave of absence, repetition of courses, attending summer session, etc.

Course availability and degree requirements are subject to change and may not always be reflected in the suggested academic plans. Students in the Spring 2014 ETM Pool should note that the 6 ETM courses indicated in the plans below reflect those in effect for students in the SP15 ETM pool. Students in the Spring 2014 ETM Pool have 4 ETM courses. These are described in the section on the ETM Process in the 2012-13 Programs Guide. Students are expected to check with their major department and/or their campus. Students should meet with their adviser on a regular basis to ensure progress towards completion of degree requirements.

CAMPUS MAJOR
Abington Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME2 C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E3, 4, 5 I E M E NUC E SUR E6
Altoona Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME2 C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E EMET7 G E3, 4, 5 I E M E NUC E SUR E6
Beaver Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME2 C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E3, 4, 5 I E M E NUC E SUR E6
Berks Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME2 C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E EMET7 G E3, 4, 5 I E M E NUC E SUR E6
Brandywine Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME2 C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E3, 4, 5 I E M E NUC E SUR E6
DuBois Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME2 C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E3, 4, 5 I E M E NUC E SUR E6
Erie Campus
(The Behrend College)
A E1 AERSP B E BME2 C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E3, 4, 5 I E M E NUC E SUR E6
Fayette Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME2 C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E3, 4, 5 I E M E NUC E SUR E6
Greater Allegheny Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME2 C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E3, 4, 5 I E M E NUC E SUR E6
Harrisburg Campus
(The Capitol College)
A E1 AERSP B E BME2 C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E3, 4, 5 I E M E NUC E SUR E6
Hazleton Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME2 C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E3, 4, 5 I E M E NUC E SUR E6
Lehigh Valley Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME2 C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E3, 4, 5 I E M E NUC E SUR E6
Mont Alto Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME2 C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E3, 4, 5 I E M E NUC E SUR E6
New Kensington Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME2 C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E EMET7 G E3, 4, 5 I E M E NUC E SUR E6
Schuylkill Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME2 C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E3, 4, 5 I E M E NUC E SUR E6
University Park Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME2 C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E3, 4, 5 I E M E NUC E SUR E6
Wilkes-Barre Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME2 C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E3, 4, 5 I E M E NUC E SUR E6
Worthington Scranton Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME2 C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E   G E3, 4, 5 I E M E NUC E SUR E6
York Campus A E1 AERSP B E BME2 C E CH E CMPEN CMPSC E SC E E EMET7 G E3, 4, 5 I E M E NUC E SUR E6
(1) The plan for students who remain in ENGR status during their second year (not in ENGAE) is included.
(2) Formerly BIO E (Bioengineering)
(3) The ending campus for G E Applied Materials track is DuBois.
(4) The ending campus for G E Alternative Energy and Power Generation track is Hazleton.
(5) The ending campuses for G E Multidisciplinary Engineering Design track are Abington or Brandywine.
(6) The ending campus for SUR E is Wilkes-Barre.
(7) The ending campuses for EMET are Altoona, Berks, New Kensington, and York.
A E = Architectural Engineering; AERSP = Aerospace Engineering; B E = Biological Engineering; BME = Biomedical Engineering (formerly Bioengineering); C E = Civil Engineering; CH E = Chemical Engineering; CMPEN = Computer Engineering; CMPSC = Computer Science; E SC = Engineering Science; E E = Electrical Engineering; EMET = Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology; G E = General Engineering; I E = Industrial Engineering; M E = Mechanical Engineering; NUC E = Nuclear Engineering; SUR E = Surveying Engineering