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					                                                                                                                              College of Engineering           193
                                                                      College of Engineering


  Thomas W. Lester, Ph. D., is Dean of the College of
                                                            “The UK College of Engineering has given me the opportunity to reach for my
Engineering; Richard J. Sweigard, Ph.D., is Associate       dreams. It has provided me with a strong, respected technical education, the
Dean for Administration and Academic Affairs; Eric A.       mentorship of concerned faculty, and friends I hope to keep for the rest of my
Grulke, Ph.D., is Associate Dean for Research and
Graduate Studies; G.T. Lineberry, Ph.D., is Associate
                                                            life. Every time I have wanted to take part in something – from conducting
Dean for Commonwealth and International Programs;           undergraduate research to studying abroad to volunteering in the community
Bruce L. Walcott is Associate Dean for Economic             – the college of engineering and its resources have offered me abundant
Development and Innovations Management.
                                                            opportunities. As my classmates and I finish our last semester, I am reminded
   The College of Engineering offers programs               of the diversity of career paths an engineering education at Kentucky allows.
leading to undergraduate and graduate degrees               We are working in industry, working for financial firms, going to graduate
in computer science and the following engi-                 school, going to medical school, going to law school, and going to business
neering disciplines – biosystems and agricul-               school. Wherever YOU want to go after the University of Kentucky, the College
tural, chemical, civil, computer, electrical,               of Engineering can help you get there.”
materials, mechanical, and mining. Graduate
training in biomedical engineering is also of-                      – Andrew Lynch
fered through the Colleges of Engineering and                         Senior, Chemical Engineering
Medicine. The College also offers a highly                            Member, Tau Beta Pi and Omega Chi Epsilon (President, ’07-’08)
multidisciplinary master of science in manu-                          First Place AIChE National Undergraduate Poster Competition (2006)
facturing systems engineering to address the                          Barry M. Goldwater, Arnold O. Beckman, Morris K. Udall, and
growing need for enhancing manufacturing                              Astronaut Foundation Scholar (2007)
productivity and quality.                                             Gates-Cambridge Scholar and National Science Foundation Graduate
   Creative accomplishment in the career of an                        Research Fellow (2008)
engineer or computer scientist depends upon                           Outstanding Chemical Engineering Senior Award, UK (2008)
an education that stresses major ideas and
fundamental concepts of engineering rather
than specific technologies. The academic pro-           matched to the student’s needs and intellectual      • Bachelor of Science in Computer
grams in engineering provide a sound back-              capabilities.                                          Science
ground in the mathematical, physical and en-                                                                 • Bachelor of Science in Electrical
gineering sciences blended with the social sci-         Accreditation
                                                                                                               Engineering
ences and humanities to ensure both a thor-                The undergraduate program in Computer
                                                        Science is accredited by the Computing Ac-           • Bachelor of Science in Materials
ough education in engineering and a liberal
                                                        creditation Commission of ABET, 111 Mar-               Engineering
education. Such an approach provides the best
preparation for the engineer or computer sci-           ket Place, Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD 21202-          • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical
entist who must envisage and develop the                4012 – telephone: (410) 347-7700.                      Engineering
technologies of the future and deal with scien-            The undergraduate programs in Biosys-             • Bachelor of Science in Mining
tific advances at present unknown.                      tems and Agricultural Engineering, Chemical            Engineering
   The various curricula in the College of En-          Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engi-
                                                                                                              While these are the official degrees granted
gineering are broad, so that no student is              neering, Materials Engineering, Mechanical
                                                                                                           at the bachelor’s level in the college, the pro-
limited to a narrow field of specialized knowl-         Engineering and Mining Engineering are ac-
                                                                                                           spective student is encouraged to study the
edge but receives sufficient technical depth to         credited by the Engineering Accreditation
                                                                                                           wide variety of options available through tech-
provide a sound preparation for a professional          Commission of ABET, 111 Market Place,
                                                                                                           nical electives, some of which are listed follow-
career.                                                 Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD 21202-4012 –
                                                                                                           ing the degree requirements of each depart-
   The first engineering degree from the Uni-           telephone: (410) 347-7700.
                                                                                                           ment. Technical electives are included in each
versity of Kentucky was granted in 1890.                                                                   curriculum to allow the student to apply the
Since that time over 21,000 degrees have been           Undergraduate Programs in
                                                        Engineering                                        fundamentals of a particular discipline to an
awarded in the various fields of engineering.                                                              area of special interest during the senior year.
Among the alumni of the College of Engineer-               The University of Kentucky grants the
                                                        following degrees in the College of Engineer-         Students in any department interested in
ing are those who have distinguished them-                                                                 biomedical engineering may make special ar-
selves in the major fields of industry, govern-         ing:
                                                                                                           rangements to include a limited amount of such
ment and education.                                        • Bachelor of Science in Biosystems and         studies in the undergraduate program. The
   Concern for the individual is a most impor-               Agricultural Engineering                      Department of Biosystems and Agricultural
tant feature of education in the College of                                                                Engineering and the Center for Biomedical
                                                           • Bachelor of Science in Chemical
Engineering. Close faculty-student relation-                                                               Engineering have approved an optional pro-
                                                             Engineering
ships are necessarily a meaningful part of the                                                             gram in pre-biomedical engineering. Biomedi-
educational process. The faculty, in addition              • Bachelor of Science in Civil
                                                             Engineering                                   cal engineering is primarily the application of
to their duties related to instruction and re-                                                             engineering principles to the solution of medi-
search, serve as advisors to the student in the           • Bachelor of Science in Computer
                                                                                                           cal problems.
preparation of the academic program best                     Engineering
194   College of Engineering

         The Department of Chemical Engineering            3. Completion of or the equivalent of MA          mum cumulative grade-point average of 2.50.
      has approved an optional program in premedi-            110 with a grade of C or higher;               Completion of ENG 104, MA 113, MA 114,
      cine or predentistry. Students majoring in           4. Completion of or the equivalent of MA          MA 213, CHE 105 and PHY 231 with a
      chemical engineering may arrange through their          109 and MA 112 with a grade of C or            minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 in these
      advisor to take courses that will satisfy the           higher.                                        courses. University repeat options may be
      degree requirements for this program.                                                                  utilized as appropriate. Students who do not
         In response to industry requests, the Col-         Newly admitted pre-engineering or pre-           meet these GPA requirements may request
      lege of Engineering and the Gatton College of      computer science students are allowed to            consideration based upon departmental re-
      Business and Economics have joined to offer        choose an open major for one semester (12           view if both of these GPA values are 2.25 or
      a coordinated Bachelor of Science in Engineer-     credit minimum) called General Engineering.         greater.
      ing and Masters of Business Administration.        All students must select a program before the          Chemical Engineering: Completion of
      The intense five-year program may require          end of their first semester, preferably when        CHE 105, CHE 107, CHE 111, CHE 113, MA
      summer courses to remain on track to com-          they register for classes for their second se-      113, MA 114, MA 213, PHY 231, PHY 241,
      plete the engineering part in four years. The      mester.                                             ENG 104 with a minimum cumulative grade-
      MBA will be taken during a student’s fifth            Application must be made for admission to        point average of 2.50 in these courses. Comple-
      year of study beginning in July and finishing      a specific pre-engineering program. However,        tion of CME 199 and CME 200 with grades of
      the following June. In addition, students in the   subsequent transfer between programs will be        C or better. University repeat options may be
      program will be required to complete a study       permitted and may be accomplished by ap-            applied as appropriate.
      abroad program designed specifically for the       plying and satisfying the appropriate speci-           Civil Engineering: Completion of CE 106,
      engineering/business student. This program         fied criteria.                                      CE 120, CE 211, CHE 105, CHE 107, EM 221,
      will be conducted immediately upon comple-            All undergraduate degree programs are di-        ENG 104, MA 113, MA 114, MA 213, PHY
      tion of the MBA course requirements and the        vided into pre-engineering and engineering.         231, PHY 241 with a minimum cumulative
      majority of costs will be paid by the program.     Pre-engineering is broadly defined as the first     grade-point average (GPA) of 2.50 in these
      Students earning a 3.25 or better GPA and          two years of a program, while engineering is        classes and a C or better in each of them as well
      having completed their junior year will be         broadly defined as the last two years of the        as 45 or more semester credit hours. Univer-
      identified and will receive a letter asking them   program. Every student must be admitted to          sity repeat options may be utilized. Students
      to apply for the program. Admission is highly      engineering standing in a specific program          who do not meet this GPA requirement may
      competitive and is limited to 15 students.         prior to graduation.                                request consideration based upon departmen-
      Selection is based on past academic perfor-                                                            tal review if this core GPA is 2.25 or greater.
                                                         Engineering Standing Admission
      mance, communication skills, and commit-                                                               Students are limited to two applications for
      ment to the program.                                  Admission to engineering standing in a de-       engineering standing.
         For engineering students interested in manu-    gree program is necessary in order to be granted       Computer Engineering: Completion of a
      facturing, the University offers a dual-degree     a baccalaureate degree in engineering or com-       minimum of 35 semester hours acceptable
      program. This program allows students pur-         puter science. Specific departmental require-       towards the degree in engineering with a mini-
      suing a B.S. in Electrical Engineering or Me-      ments for admission to engineering standing         mum cumulative grade-point average of 2.50.
      chanical Engineering to concurrently enroll in     are noted below. The same criteria are applied      Completion of MA 113, MA 114, MA 213,
      the M.S. in Manufacturing Systems Engineer-        to transfer students with the equivalence of        PHY 231, CHE 105, and ENG 104 with a
      ing. The BSEE/MSMSE or BSME/MSMSE                  courses determined by the Director of Under-        minimum cumulative GPA of 2.50 in these
      dual-degree programs can be completed in five      graduate Studies. A student must apply to the       courses. Completion of EE 211, EE 280, CS
      years. Students in the program can participate     specific department for admission to engineer-      115 and CS 215 with a minimum cumulative
      in intensive summer courses in Lean Manufac-       ing standing. Note: The cumulative grade-           GPA of 2.50 in these courses. University
      turing. Students in the program are strongly       point average includes all listed college-level     repeat options may be utilized as appropriate.
      encouraged to be Co-op students or to do           work taken at the University of Kentucky or         In addition, the Electrical and Computer Engi-
      industry internships to supplement their           elsewhere.                                          neering Department will not permit a third
      course work with industry experience. During          Students can request qualification for engi-     admission into any of these courses. Students
      their junior year, students should apply to the    neering standing after completing the required      who do not meet these GPA requirements may
      Graduate School for admittance into the dual-      set of standing courses in the first three semes-   request consideration based upon departmen-
      degree program.                                    ters of the published curriculum in their chosen    tal review if the first two GPAs are 2.25 or
         Graduate programs in the engineering fields     program. Each program can specify its engi-         greater and they receive a C or better in EE 211,
      of study are listed in The Graduate School         neering standing requirements, but no program       EE 280, CS 115 and CS 215.
      section of this Bulletin.                          may specify a GPA higher than 2.50 for                 Computer Science: In order to graduate
                                                         engineering standing.                               and take most of the 300 level and above
               ADMISSION POLICY                             Requirements by a program for engineering        computer science courses, a student must
                                                         standing may include many items, such as            attain engineering standing. To attain engineer-
         The minimum entry requirement for admis-
                                                         courses counted in first three semesters, re-       ing standing a student must complete the
      sion into the College of Engineering is:
                                                         peat options allowed, number of applications        following courses with a grade-point average
        •   ACT math score of 23 or higher, or the       for engineering standing allowed, restrictions      of at least 2.50: ENG 104, MA 113, MA 114,
            SAT equivalent.                              on taking upper-level courses, minimum course       CS 100, CS 115, CS 215, CS 275, PHY 231,
        Four alternative admission routes include:       grades, etc. A student should refer to the UK       PHY 241.
                                                         Bulletin and the undergraduate advisor in their        Electrical Engineering: Completion of a
        1. 3 or above on the Calculus AB portion
                                                         program of choice to identify the specific          minimum of 35 semester hours acceptable
           of the Advanced Placement Exam;
                                                         requirements.                                       towards the degree in engineering with a mini-
        2. Eligibility to enter MA 110 based on the         Biosystems and Agricultural Engineer-            mum cumulative grade-point average of 2.50.
           UK Math Department Placement Exam;            ing: Completion of a minimum of 35 semester         Completion of MA 113, MA 114, MA 213,
                                                         hours acceptable towards the degree in biosys-      PHY 231, CHE 105, and ENG 104 with a
                                                         tems and agricultural engineering with a mini-      minimum cumulative GPA of 2.50 in these
                                                                                                                           College of Engineering           195
courses. Completion of EE 211 and EE 280            which they originally enrolled and the other a         2. develop appropriate video-based
with passing grades. University repeat op-          Bachelor of Science in the appropriate field of     courses and materials to be of interest to
tions may be utilized as appropriate. In addi-      engineering from the University of Kentucky.        practicing engineers. Such activity includes
tion, the Electrical and Computer Engineering                                                           taping, live satellite uplinking, and two-way
Department will not permit a third admission            COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                           video/audio of engineering-related courses and
into any of these courses. Students who do not                                                          activities, Web-based instruction; and,
                                                              PROGRAM
meet these GPA requirements may request                                                                    3. provide assistance in extension activi-
consideration based upon departmental re-              The nationally recognized engineering co-        ties with other college and University units to
view if the first two GPAs are 2.25 or greater      op program provides students the opportu-           be of assistance to engineers throughout the
and they receive a C or better in both EE 211       nity to gain practical work experience before       state.
and EE 280.                                         graduation. By alternating semesters of aca-
   Materials Engineering: Completion of             demic study with semesters of salaried, full-                   SCHOLARSHIPS
CHE 105, CHE 107, CHE 111, CHE 113, MA              time career-related employment, a full year of         The College of Engineering awards
113, MA 114, MA 213, PHY 231, PHY 241,              engineering work experience can be presented        merit-based scholarships to incoming fresh-
ENG 104 with a minimum cumulative grade-            on a graduate resume. Students who wish to          man and transfer students as well as to stu-
point average of 2.50 in these courses. Comple-     participate in the Cooperative Education pro-       dents already enrolled in the College. Fresh-
tion of MSE 201 with a grade of C or better.        gram in the College of Engineering should           man scholarship applications are due January
University repeat options may be applied as         contact the Director of Cooperative Educa-          15; transfer scholarship applications are due
appropriate.                                        tion.                                               March 15; and continuing student applica-
   Mechanical Engineering: Mechanical                  To be eligible for this program, students        tions are due April 15. Awards are made for the
Engineering students must have completed at         should have a minimum grade-point average of        upcoming academic year; no new awards are
least 35 semester credit hours applicable to the    2.5. In addition, they should complete all the      made for the spring semester.
degree program with a minimum cumulative            courses in the first two semesters of the degree       For further information, contact the College
GPA of 2.50. In addition, completion of ME          program prior to the first work tour. Students      of Engineering Office of Student Services.
101, ENG 104 (or ENG 101 and ENG 102),              will remain on a full-time, continuing student
CHE 105, MA 113, MA 114, MA 213, PHY                status while they are at work by registering for        ENGINEERING DEAN’S LIST
231 and PHY 241 with a minimum cumulative           a one-hour, pass/fail course. The grade, as-
GPA of 2.50 in these courses. Transfer stu-                                                                 Students enrolled in the College of Engineer-
                                                    signed by the director, is based on both a work
                                                                                                        ing can make the Engineering Dean’s List for
dents who have received more than 35 hours          report written by the student and an evalua-
                                                                                                        a fall or spring semester by meeting the follow-
transfer credit in the degree program will be       tion completed by the immediate supervisor.
                                                                                                        ing requirements during the semester:
considered without the inclusion of ME 101.         Six months of the year’s co-op experience
A student may exercise one of his/her official      counts toward total experience required to sit         • 3.6 or better semester GPA;
University repeat options to improve this           for the Professional Engineer exam in Ken-             • 12 or more credit hours;
grade-point average. Written request for ex-        tucky.                                                 • no E, I or F grades;
ception to the allowed number of repeats               The Cooperative Education program con-              • no grades out; and
should be submitted to the Director of Under-       tributes significantly to the student’s aca-           • no more than 3 hours pass/fail.
graduate Studies. In no case will there be an       demic motivation, career preparation, and
exception made to the minimum acceptable            success with job offers upon graduation. One-        MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR
grade-point averages listed above.                  third of our students and nearly 100 employ-                GRADUATION
   Mining Engineering: Completion of a              ers nationwide participate in the UK program.
minimum of 35 semester hours acceptable                                                                    NOTE: The following graduation require-
towards the degree in mining engineering with             CONTINUING EDUCATION                          ments apply to engineering programs only.
a minimum cumulative grade-point average of                                                             Separate graduation requirements currently
                                                             AND EXTENSION
2.50. Completion of ENG, 104, MA 113, MA                                                                apply to the Computer Science program as
114, MA 213, CHE 105 and PHY 231 with a                The College of Engineering recognizes the        described in the corresponding section.
minimum cumulative GPA of 2.50 in these             rapid changes occurring in modern engineering          To be awarded a Bachelor of Science degree
courses. University repeat options may be           technology. Students in engineering are made        in any field of engineering, a student must:
utilized as appropriate. Students who do not        aware of the need to continue their studies after      1. complete the University and College
meet these GPA requirements may request             graduation. One of the ways to keep abreast of      requirements relating to writing and Univer-
consideration based upon departmental re-           advances in engineering is for graduates and        sity Studies.
view if both of these GPA values are 2.25 or        other engineering practitioners to participate         2. complete a minimum of 128 hours, ex-
greater.                                            in continuing education programs now avail-         clusive of those earned in freshman college
                                                    able through the engineering colleges through-      algebra and freshman college trigonometry,
 COMBINED DEGREE PROGRAM                            out the country.                                    with a cumulative standing of not less than 2.0
                                                       The responsibilities of the Technology           on a 4.0 scale. In all departments the course
   The College of Engineering has transfer
                                                    Exchange Program within the Kentucky Trans-         requirements exceed this 128 hour minimum.
agreements with several institutions through-
                                                    portation Center, the Lean Manufacturing
out the state. Some of these institutions offer                                                            3. be admitted to engineering standing in an
                                                    Program within the Center for Manufacturing
a “3/2” year dual degree program. Other aca-                                                            engineering program for at least the final se-
                                                    at the University of Kentucky and the staff of
demic institutions choose to offer this option                                                          mester, and complete the requirements of that
                                                    the former Office for Informational Services
to their students without benefit of a formal                                                           program.
                                                    and Technical Liaison (OISTL), now adminis-
agreement. These programs enable students to                                                               4. complete a minimum of 24 credit hours
                                                    tratively housed in the Department of Mining
enroll in a pre-engineering curriculum for the                                                          of departmental courses at or above the 300
                                                    Engineering, are to:
first three years at their respective schools and                                                       level.
then transfer to the College of Engineering for        1. create and manage appropriate intensive
                                                                                                           5. complete all departmental courses and
the final two years. Upon completion, they          noncredit technical courses of interest to and
                                                                                                        technical electives with a cumulative standing
receive two degrees, one from the school at         needed by practicing engineers;
                                                                                                        of 2.0 or higher.
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        6. complete any additional departmental                BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN                                                    BAE 403 Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering
      graduation requirements that may be listed                                                                                          Design II (25 percent of 2-credit course) ............... 1/2
                                                                   BIOSYSTEMS AND
      below.                                                                                                                             Natural Sciences
                                                              AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING                                                   PHY 231 General University Physics ....................... 4
      Additional Departmental Graduation                                                                                                 PHY 232 General University Physics ....................... 4
      Requirements                                             Biosystems and agricultural engineering pro-
                                                           vides an essential link between the biological                                Premajor Requirements                                              Hours
         In the B.S. program in Civil Engineering, the     sciences and the engineering profession. This                                 ENG 104 Writing: An Accelerated
      student must earn a C or better in each CE           linkage is necessary for the development of                                     Foundational Course .................................................        4
      prefix course, except that a maximum of one D        production and processing systems involving                                   ENG 2XX Writing Intensive Course ..........................                    3
      is permitted in a CE prefix course numbered          biological materials that preserve our natural                                CHE 105 General College Chemistry I .......................                    3
      400 or higher. In addition, a C or better must       resource base. Students have the latitude to
                                                                                                                                         CHE 107 General College Chemistry II ......................                    3
      be earned in EM 221 and EM 302.                                                                                                    MA 113 Calculus I .......................................................      4
                                                           develop an area of specialization relating to                                 MA 114 Calculus II .....................................................       4
         In the Mining Engineering Department, the         environmental engineering, biotechnology,                                     MA 213 Calculus III ....................................................       4
      student must have earned a grade of C or better      food processing, machine systems, or con-                                     MA 214 Calculus IV ....................................................        3
      in the following courses that are valuable for       trolled environment engineering. The curricu-                                 PHY 231 General University Physics .......................                     4
      safe operation of mines: MNG 341, Mine               lum is also ideal preparation for those students                              PHY 241 General University Physics Laboratory ....                             1
      Ventilation; MNG 551, Rock Mechanics;                wanting to pursue a graduate or professional                                  PHY 232 General University Physics .......................                     4
      MNG 591, Mine Design Project I; and MNG              degree in biomedical engineering or veterinary
                                                                                                                                         PHY 242 General University Physics Laboratory ....                             1
      592, Mine Design Project II.                                                                                                       CS 221 First Course in Computer Science
                                                           medicine through the pre-biomedical and pre-                                   for Engineers .............................................................   2
      Second Bachelor’s Degree                             veterinary medicine options.                                                  EM 221 Statistics ........................................................     3
      Requirements                                             Engineers completing this program of study                                     Subtotal:          Premajor Hours ....................... 43
         A student who has earned a bachelor’s             find employment in industries related to the
                                                           production and processing of biological prod-                                 Major Requirements                                                 Hours
      degree in the College of Engineering may earn                                                                                      BAE 102 Introduction to Biosystems Engineering ...                             1
      a second bachelor’s degree by meeting the            ucts. Opportunities include placement with
                                                                                                                                         BAE 103 Energy in Biological Systems .....................                     2
      following three conditions on the work appli-        manufacturers, consulting firms, or state and
                                                                                                                                         BAE 201 Economic Analysis for Biosystems .............                         2
      cable to the second degree:                          federal regulatory agencies. Biosystems and                                   BAE 202 Probability and Statistics for Biosystems ..                           3
                                                           agricultural engineers may work in the areas of                               BAE 305 DC Circuits and Microelectronics ..............                        3
         1. The student must have been admitted to         biomedical/biotechnology; environmental en-                                   BAE 400 Senior Seminar .............................................           1
      engineering standing in the program leading to       gineering; agricultural equipment; heating, ven-                              BAE 402 Biosystems and Agricultural
      the second degree at least for the final semester,   tilation, and refrigeration equipment; food pro-                                Engineering Design I ................................................        2
      or equivalent terms, prior to the completion of      cessing industries; livestock equipment and                                   BAE 403 Biosystems and Agricultural
      the degree requirements, and must be enrolled        housing; or greenhouse structures.
                                                                                                                                           Engineering Design II ..............................................         2
      as a student in that degree program during the                                                                                     BIO 150 Principles of Biology I .................................              3
                                                               The educational objectives for the biosys-                                BIO 152 Principles of Biology II ................................              3
      final semester or term.                              tems and agricultural engineering program are                                 EE 305 Electrical Circuits and Electronics ................                    3
         2. The student must complete a minimum            as follows:                                                                   EM 302 Mechanics of Deformable Solids ...................                      3
      of 15 credit hours of departmentally approved           • educate engineers to design components                                   EM 313 Dynamics .......................................................        3
      courses at or above the 300 level.                         and/or processes for advancement of ag-                                 CE 106 Computer Graphics and Communication .......                             3
                                                                                                                                         CE 341 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics ...................                     4
         3. To earn a second degree, a student must              ricultural, biological, or environmental
                                                                                                                                         ME 220 Engineering Thermodynamics .......................                      3
      complete all degree requirements in that pro-              systems; and                                                            ME 325 Elements of Heat Transfer ...............................               3
      gram.                                                   • prepare engineers for successful careers                                 ME 340 Introduction of Mechanical Systems .............                        3
                                                                 in industry, government, consulting firms,                                   Subtotal: Major Hours .............................. 47
               ACADEMIC ADVISING                                 or academia. Successful careers begin with
                                                                                                                                         Electives
         Sophomores, juniors, and seniors are ad-                employment in their chosen field or ad-
                                                                                                                                         Biological Science Elective ........................................ 3
      vised by faculty in the department of the                  mission to graduate and professional                                    Free Elective ................................................................ 3
      student’s major. Professional staff provide                programs, continue with steady achieve-
                                                                                                                                         Core Electives (choose 3 of the following 4 courses)
      academic advising and support services to                  ment, and include professional develop-
                                                                                                                                         BAE 417 Design of Machine Systems .........................                    3
      entering freshman students through the Fresh-              ment.                                                                   BAE 427 Structures and Environment Engineering ..                              3
      man Advising Center.                                                                                                               BAE 437 Land and Water Resources Engineering ....                              3
         It is the students’ responsibility to satisfy     Degree Requirements
                                                                                                                                         BAE 447 Bioprocess Engineering Fundamentals ......                             3
      University and College requirements with con-        Each student must complete the following:
                                                                                                                                         Technical Electives (chosen by the student and leading
      sultation from their advisor.                        University Studies Requirements Hours                                          to a concentration in one area of study) .................. 12
                                                           See “University Studies Program” on pages 80-84 for                                Subtotal: Electives .................................... 27
               PROBATION AND                               the complete University Studies requirements. The
                                                           courses listed below are (a) recommended by the college,                           TOTAL HOURS .......................................... 132
            ACADEMIC SUSPENSION
                                                           or (b) required courses that also fulfill University Studies
        Students should refer to the Academic Re-                                                                                        Curriculum
                                                           areas. Students should work closely with their advisor to
      quirements section of this Bulletin for infor-       complete the University Studies Program requirements.                           The following curriculum meets the require-
      mation concerning the College of Engineering’s                                                                                     ments for a B.S. in biosystems and agricultural
      probation and academic suspension rules.             Math
                                                                                                                                         engineering, provided the student satisfies the
                                                           MA 113 Calculus I ....................................................... 4
                                                                                                                                         graduation requirements listed earlier.
                                                           Communication and Writing
                                                           ENG 104 Writing: An Accelerated
                                                            Foundational Course ................................................. 4
                                                           COM 199 Presentational Communication Skills ....... 1
                                                           BAE 400 Senior Seminar ............................................. 1
                                                           BAE 402 Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering
                                                            Design I (25 percent of 2-credit course) ................ 1/2
                                                                                                                                                                                    College of Engineering                               197
          Freshman Year                                                             Environment Engineering, BAE 437 Land and Water                Premajor Requirements                                                Hours
                                                                                    Resources Engineering, and BAE 447 Bioprocess Engi-
First Semester                                                     Hours            neering Fundamentals.
                                                                                                                                                   *ENG 104 Writing: An Accelerated
BAE 102 Introduction to Biosystems Engineering ...                              1                                                                    Foundational Course .................................................           4
                                                                                        ***A minimum of 12 hours are to be taken in addition
CHE 105 General College Chemistry I .......................                     3   to the 9 core hours selected by the student. The technical     *CHE 105 General College Chemistry I .....................                        3
ENG 104 Writing: An Accelerated                                                     electives allow the student an opportunity to concentrate      *CHE 107 General College Chemistry II ....................                        3
 Foundational Course .................................................          4   or gain depth in one or more of the various specialty areas    *CHE 111 Laboratory to Accompany
MA 113 Calculus I .......................................................       4   of biosystems and agricultural engineering. The technical       General Chemistry I ...................................................          1
                                                                                    electives must be selected from the courses listed below
CE 106 Computer Graphics and Communication .......                              3                                                                  *CHE 113 Laboratory to Accompany
                                                                                    and approved by the student’s academic advisor. Other
                                                                                    courses may be considered, each on its individual merit.        General Chemistry II .................................................           2
Second Semester                                                                                                                                    *CME 200 Process Principles ....................................                  3
                                                                                    In selecting technical electives students must concen-
BAE 103 Energy in Biological Systems .....................                      2   trate their work in one or more of the professional areas of   CME 199 Computational Tools
CHE 107 General College Chemistry II ......................                     3   biosystems and agricultural engineering. These areas in-         in Chemical Engineering ...........................................             3
CS 221 First Course in Computer Science                                             clude: bio-environmental engineering, food and biopro-
                                                                                                                                                   *MA113 Calculus I .....................................................           4
 for Engineers .............................................................    2   cess engineering, machine systems/automation engineer-
                                                                                    ing and controlled environment engineering. Interested         *MA 114 Calculus II ...................................................           4
MA 114 Calculus II .....................................................        4
                                                                                    students are encouraged to contact the Department of           *MA 213 Calculus III ..................................................           4
PHY 231 General University Physics .......................                      4   Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering to discuss tech-       *MA 214 Calculus IV ..................................................            3
PHY 241 General University Physics Laboratory ....                              1   nical elective sequences.                                      *PHY 231 General University Physics .....................                         4
          Sophomore Year                                                               Approved technical electives: BAE 417, 427, 435G,           *PHY 232 General University Physics .....................                         4
                                                                                    437, 438G, 447, 450, 502, 513, 515, 536, 537, 545, 549,        *PHY 241 General University Physics Laboratory ..                                 1
First Semester                                                     Hours            580, 581, 599; BCH 401G; BME 481G, 501, 530; CE
BAE 201 Economic Analysis for Biosystems .............                          2   351, 381, 382, 441, 451, 461G, 471G, 482, 506, 549;                 Subtotal: Premajor Requirements: ......... 43
BIO 150 Principles of Biology I .................................               3   CHE 236; CME 425, 462, 599; EE 402G; FSC 434G,
                                                                                    530, 536, 538; KHP 515; ME 321, 344, 406, 440, 501,            Major Requirements                                                   Hours
EM 221 Statics .............................................................    3
                                                                                    542; PLS 366, 566, 575, 576.                                   CME 101 Introduction to Chemical Engineering .......                              1
MA 213 Calculus III ....................................................        4
                                                                                       †Free electives are any University course excluding         *COM 199 Presentational Communication Skills .....                                1
PHY 232 General University Physics .......................                      4   more elementary versions of required courses such as pre-
PHY 242 General University Physics Laboratory ....                              1                                                                  CHE 230 Organic Chemistry I .....................................                 3
                                                                                    calculus math or PHY 211.
                                                                                                                                                   CHE 231 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I .................                          3
Second Semester                                                                                                                                    CHE 232 Organic Chemistry II ...................................                  3
BAE 202 Probability and Statistics for Biosystems .. 3                                    BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN                                   CHE 446G Physical Chemistry for Engineers ............                            3
BIO 152 Principles of Biology II ................................ 3                        CHEMICAL ENGINEERING                                    MSE 201 Materials Science .........................................               3
                                                                                                                                                   CME 320 Engineering Thermodynamics ....................                           3
ENG 2XX Writing Intensive Course
                                                                                       A foundation in mathematics, chemistry,                     CME 415 Separation Processes ..................................                   3
 or
USP Humanities/Cross-Cultural Elective .................. 3
                                                                                    and physics is required for the study of chemi-                CME 471 Seminar ........................................................          1
                                                                                    cal engineering. Fundamental principles re-                    CME 006 The Engineering Profession
EM 302 Mechanics of Deformable Solids ................... 3                                                                                         (3 semesters) ..............................................................     0
                                                                                    lated to the transformations of matter and
MA 214 Calculus IV .................................................... 3                                                                          CME 330 Fluid Mechanics ..........................................                3
ME 220 Engineering Thermodynamics I ..................... 3                         energy are developed in areas such as thermo-                  CME 470 Professionalism, Ethics and Safety .............                          1
                                                                                    dynamics, mass transfer, reactor design, and                   CME 420 Process Modeling
            Junior Year                                                             chemical process design. Undergraduate elec-                    in Chemical Engineering ...........................................              3
First Semester                                                     Hours            tive options are available in polymers and                     CME 425 Heat and Mass Transfer ...............................                    4
CE 341 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics ...................                      4   environmental protection. A program is also                    CME 432 Chemical Engineering Laboratory I ...........                             2
EE 305 Electrical Circuits and Electronics ................                     3                                                                  CME 433 Chemical Engineering Laboratory II ..........                             3
                                                                                    available to fulfill premedical and predental
EM 313 Dynamics .......................................................         3                                                                  CME 455 Chemical Engineering Process Design I ....                                3
Biological Science Elective ........................................            3   requirements simultaneously with require-
                                                                                                                                                   CME 550 Chemical Reactor Design ............................                      3
Core** or Technical Elective*** ................................                3   ments for the B.S. in chemical engineering.                    CME 456 Chemical Engineering Process
                                                                                       The education outcomes of the undergradu-                    Design II ....................................................................   4
Second Semester                                                                     ate education program are as follows:                          CME 462 Process Control ...........................................               3
COM 199 Presentational Communication Skills .......                             1
ME 325 Elements of Heat Transfer ...............................                3     • prepare students for successful chemi-                          Subtotal: Major Hours .............................. 56
BAE 305 DC Circuits and Microelectronics ..............                         3         cal engineering practice and/or academic                 In addition to the premajor and major requirements,
Core** or Technical Elective*** ................................                3         pursuits;                                                students must complete the following:
Technical Elective*** .................................................         3
                                                                                      • provide a broad education as a founda-                     Chemical Engineering Electives Hours
University Studies* ....................................................        3
                                                                                          tion for life-long learning; and                         Total of 6 credit hours must be chosen. Courses recom-
                                                                                                                                                   mended are listed below. Other courses may be consid-
            Senior Year                                                               • equip students with the ability to carry
                                                                                                                                                   ered, each on its individual merit.
First Semester                                                     Hours                  out in-depth solution strategies to chemi-               CME 395 Special Problems
BAE 402 Biosystems and Agricultural                                                       cal engineering problems.                                  in Chemical Engineering ........................................... 3
  Engineering Design I ................................................         2
                                                                                                                                                   CME 404G Polymeric Materials ................................. 3
ME 340 Introduction to Mechanical Systems .............                         3   Degree Requirements
                                                                                                                                                   CME 505 Analysis of Chemical
BAE 400 Senior Seminar .............................................            1     The following curriculum meets require-                         Engineering Problems .............................................. 3
Core** or Technical Elective*** ................................                3
                                                                                    ments for the B.S. in chemical engineering,                    CME 515 Air Pollution Control ................................. 3
Free Elective† ..............................................................   3
                                                                                    provided the student satisfies the graduation                  CME 554 Chemical and Physical Processing
University Studies* ....................................................        3
                                                                                    requirements listed earlier.                                     of Polymer Systems .................................................... 3
Second Semester                                                                                                                                    CME 580 Design of Rate and Equilibrium Processes
                                                                                      Each student must complete the following:
BAE 403 Biosystems and Agricultural                                                                                                                   for Water Pollution Control ..................................... 3
  Engineering Design II ..............................................          2
                                                                                    University Studies Requirements Hours                          CME 599 Topics in Chemical Engineering ................ 3
                                                                                    See “University Studies Program” on pages 80-84 for
Core** or Technical Elective*** ................................                3                                                                  Technical Electives
                                                                                    the complete University Studies requirements. Students
Technical Electives*** ...............................................          6                                                                  Select one (must be a 3 or more credit hour course) from the
                                                                                    should work closely with their advisor to complete the
University Studies* ....................................................        6                                                                  following:
                                                                                    University Studies Program requirements.
    *To be selected from University Studies areas in So-                                                                                           CME 395, 404G, 505, 515, 554, 580, 583; CHE 226 and
cial Sciences, Humanities, Cross-Cultural and Electives                             Courses marked with an asterisk (*) may also be used to
                                                                                                                                                   all above 441; CS 320 and above; MA 321, 322, 416G,
in consultation with the academic advisor. A minimum of                             satisfy University Studies requirements.
15 credits in the humanities and social sciences are re-                                                                                           432G, 433G, 471G, 481G; PHY any above 241; STA
quired.                                                                                                                                            381 and higher; BCH 401G, 501; MSE 401G, 402G,
    **A minimum of 9 hours are required from the biosys-                                                                                           403G, 462, 550; any BIO 150 and above; any Engineer-
tems and agricultural engineering core courses: BAE 417                                                                                            ing course above that required, e.g. above ME 330.
Design of Machine Systems, BAE 427 Structures and
198   College of Engineering

      Chemistry Elective (must total 3 credits)                                                     Senior Year                                                                    ing and with the ability to carry out in-
      CHE 226 and above (if not taken as technical elective).                           First Semester                                                    Hours                    depth solution strategies to chemical
      Supportive Elective (must total 3 credits)                                        CME 006 The Engineering Profession                                                         engineering problems,
      The supportive elective can be any course that carries                             (Junior and Senior) ....................................................      0
                                                                                        CME 470 Professionalism, Ethics and Safety .............                       1      •    Offer a program that complies with
      college credit and is not a more elementary version of a
      required course. For example, college algebra would not                           CME 433 Chemical Engineering Laboratory II ..........                          3           ABET 2000 Engineering Criteria and
      be satisfactory because it is more elementary than the                            CME 455 Chemical Engineering Process Design I ....                             3           set educational objectives that are con-
      required calculus courses. The student completing 3 co-                           CME 550 Chemical Reactor Design ............................                   3           sistent with the College of Engineering’s
      op tours (EGR 399) may count the co-op experience                                 Supportive Elective .....................................................      3           Vision and Mission statements using
      toward the supportive elective.                                                   CME Elective ...............................................................   3
                                                                                                                                                                                   input from constituencies (students,
           Subtotal: Electives: ................................... 15                  Second Semester                                                                            faculty, alumni, and employers), and
                                                                                        CME 006 The Engineering Profession
                                                                                                                                                                              •    Develop a process for ongoing evalua-
      Graduation Writing Requirement                                                     (Junior and Senior) ....................................................      0
      ENG 2XX Writing Intensive Course .......................... 3                     CME 456 Chemical Engineering Process Design II ...                             4
                                                                                                                                                                                   tion and review of the objectives to
                                                                                        CME 462 Process Control ...........................................            3           ensure the program curriculum and pro-
           TOTAL HOURS: ......................................... 132
                                                                                        University Studies* ....................................................       3           cesses achieve education objectives.
      Curriculum                                                                        CME Elective ...............................................................   3
                                                                                                                                                                              The Paducah chemical engineering program
                Freshman Year                                                           Bio Elective or Materials Elective ..............................              3
                                                                                           *Selected from University Studies areas in Social
                                                                                                                                                                           collaborates with West Kentucky Commu-
      First Semester                                                   Hours                                                                                               nity and Technical College to provide the basic
                                                                                        Science (6 credits), Humanities (6 credits), Cross-Cul-
      CME 101 Introduction to Chemical Engineering .......                          1   tural (3 credits) and Electives (3 credits/one-half the                            math and science courses, as well as the general
      CHE 105 General College Chemistry I .......................                   3   requirement) in consultation with the academic advisor
      CHE 111 Laboratory to Accompany                                                   to assure ABET depth and breadth requirements.                                     studies course requirements. Murray State
       General Chemistry I ...................................................      1      **Supportive elective is to be chosen from any Uni-                             University faculty members teach upper-level
      ENG 104 Writing: An Accelerated                                                   versity course, excluding a more elementary version of a                           non-engineering courses on the Paducah cam-
                                                                                        required course, such as precalculus mathematics or
       Foundational Course .................................................        4
                                                                                        PHY 211.
                                                                                                                                                                           pus. On-site UK chemical engineering faculty
      MA 113 Calculus I .......................................................     4                                                                                      members and jointly-appointed Murray engi-
      University Studies* ....................................................      3   CME Electives: Courses recommended as Chemical Engi-
                                                                                        neering electives are listed below. Other courses will be                          neering faculty members teach the upper-
      Second Semester                                                                   considered, each on its individual merit.                                          division engineering courses. Program admis-
      CME 199 Computational Tools                                                       CME 395 Special Problems in Chemical Engineering                                   sion, course registration, student advising and
       in Chemical Engineering ...........................................          3   CME 404G Polymeric Materials                                                       other student services all can be completed at
      CHE 107 General College Chemistry II ......................                   3   CME 505 Analysis of Chemical Engineering Problems                                  the Paducah site.
      CHE 113 Laboratory to Accompany                                                   CME 515 Air Pollution Control
       General Chemistry II .................................................       2   CME 554 Chemical and Physical Processing                                           Degree Requirements
      MA 114 Calculus II .....................................................      4    of Polymer Systems
      COM 199 Presentational Communication Skills .......                           1                                                                                         The curriculum requirements for the B.S.
                                                                                        CME 580 Design of Rate and Equilibrium Processes
      University Studies* ....................................................      3     for Water Pollution Control                                                      degree in chemical engineering in Paducah are
                                                                                        CME 599 Topics in Chemical Engineering                                             identical to those on the Lexington campus.
                Sophomore Year                                                             ***Technical elective (must be a 3 or more credit                               Refer to those degree requirements for the
      First Semester                                                   Hours            hour course) and may be selected from the following:
                                                                                        CME 395, 404G, 505, 515, 554, 580; CHE 226 and all
                                                                                                                                                                           Paducah degree program. Not all the technical
      CME 200 Process Principles ......................................             3
      MA 213 Calculus III ....................................................      4   above 441; CS 320 and above; MA 321, 322, 416G,                                    electives listed for the Lexington program will
                                                                                        432G, 433G, 471G, 481G; PHY any above 241; STA 381                                 be available in Paducah. The student must
      PHY 231 General University Physics .......................                    4
                                                                                        and higher; BCH 401G, 501; MSE 401G, 402G, 403G,
      PHY 241 General University Physics Laboratory ....                            1   550; any BIO 150 and above course; any engineering                                 satisfy the College graduation requirements
      CHE 230 Organic Chemistry I .....................................             3   course above that required, e.g. above ME 330.                                     listed earlier.
      CHE 231 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I .................                      2      †CHE elective (must total 3 credits): CHE 226 and
                                                                                        above (if not taken as technical elective).
      Second Semester                                                                                                                                                             BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
      CME 320 Engineering Thermodynamics ....................                       4
                                                                                                 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN                                                             CIVIL ENGINEERING
      CHE 232 Organic Chemistry II ...................................              3
      MSE 201 Materials Science .........................................           3            CHEMICAL ENGINEERING –                                                       The student of civil engineering has a broad
      MA 214 Calculus IV ....................................................       3                                                                                      field of study to provide a strong foundation
                                                                                                       PADUCAH
      PHY 232 General University Physics .......................                    4                                                                                      for entry into the profession or graduate school.
                                                                                           In addition to the program on the Lexington                                     Major areas include construction engineering,
                  Junior Year
                                                                                        campus, students can pursue a B.S. degree in                                       environmental engineering, geotechnical engi-
      First Semester                                                   Hours
      CME 415 Separation Processes ..................................               3
                                                                                        chemical engineering through the College’s                                         neering, materials engineering, structural engi-
      CME 471 Seminar ........................................................      1   Extended Campus Program in Paducah, Ken-                                           neering, transportation engineering, and water
      CHE 446G Physical Chemistry for Engineers ............                        3   tucky. The Paducah program uses the same                                           resources engineering.
      CME 330 Fluid Mechanics ..........................................            3   curriculum as the main campus, but provides                                           The civil engineering program at the Univer-
      Technical Elective*** .................................................       3   the opportunity for students to complete all
      ENG 2XX Writing Intensive Course ..........................                   3
                                                                                                                                                                           sity of Kentucky strives to meet the following
                                                                                        B.S. degree requirements without having to                                         educational objectives:
      Second Semester                                                                   relocate to Lexington.
      CME 006 The Engineering Profession                                                   Consistent with the Vision and Mission                                            • advise its students in the pursuit of
       (Junior and Senior) ....................................................     0   statements of the University of Kentucky, the                                             academic success and monitor their
      CME 420 Process Modeling in                                                       chemical engineering program at the UK Ex-                                                progress;
       Chemical Engineering ................................................        3                                                                                        • prepare its students for successful civil
                                                                                        tended Campus in Paducah strives to meet the
      CME 425 Heat and Mass Transfer ...............................                4
                                                                                        following specific educational objectives:                                                engineering careers; and
      CME 432 Chemical Engineering Laboratory I ...........                         2
      CHE Elective† .............................................................   3        •      Prepare our students for successful                                      • provide its students with a broad educa-
      University Studies* ....................................................      6               chemical engineering practice and/or                                          tion that will serve as the foundation for
                                                                                                    academic pursuits with a broad educa-                                         professional licensure and life-long learn-
                                                                                                    tion as a foundation for life-long learn-                                     ing.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      College of Engineering                            199
Degree Requirements                                                                 GLY 220 Principles of Physical Geology .................                        4               Senior Year
                                                                                    MA 214 Calculus IV ....................................................         3   First Semester                                                  Hours
  The following curriculum meets the require-
                                                                                    PHY 232 General University Physics .......................                      4   CE 401 Seminar** .......................................................    1
ments for a B.S. in civil engineering, provided                                     PHY 242 General University Physics                                                  CE 461G Hydrology** ...............................................         3
the student satisfies the graduation require-                                        Laboratory .................................................................   1   Structures Elective [4] .................................................   3
ments listed earlier.                                                                    Subtotal: Major Hours .............................. 53                        Technical Electives*** ...............................................      6
  Each student must complete the following:                                                                                                                             USP Humanities Elective [5] ......................................          3
                                                                                    Electives                                                          Hours            Second Semester
University Studies Requirements Hours
                                                                                    CE Technical Design Elective ..................................... 3                CE 429 Civil Engineering Systems Design** ...........                       4
See “University Studies Program” on pages 80-84 for
                                                                                    Engineering Science Elective ..................................... 3                CE Technical Design Elective [6] ...............................            3
the complete University Studies requirements. The
                                                                                    Structures Elective ....................................................... 3       Supportive Elective [7] ...............................................     3
courses listed below are (a) recommended by the college,
                                                                                    Technical Electives ...................................................... 9        Technical Elective*** .................................................     3
or (b) required courses that also fulfill University Studies                        Supportive Elective ..................................................... 3         USP Cross-Cultural Elective [5] .................................           3
areas. Students should work closely with their advisor to                           Communications Elective ............................................ 3
complete the University Studies Program requirements.                               Math or Science Elective ............................................. 3                [R] Recommended University Studies course.
                                                                                    USP Electives ............................................................ 15         **CE communication throughout the curriculum com-
Math                                                                                                                                                                    ponent.
MA 113 Calculus I ....................................................... 4              Subtotal: Electives .................................... 42
                                                                                                                                                                            ***Technical Electives are to be chosen from any of
Inference - Logic                                                                        TOTAL HOURS: ......................................... 133                     the courses at the 300-level or above that carry a CE prefix
MA 113 Calculus I ....................................................... 4                                                                                             and in which a student is qualified to enroll, exclusive of
                                                                                                                                                                        required courses. Engineering elective courses are typi-
Oral Communication                                                                  Curriculum                                                                          cally taught once per year.
COM 252 Introduction to Interpersonal Communication                                                                                                                         [1] To be chosen from COM 252 or COM 281.
 or
                                                                                              Freshman Year
                                                                                    First Semester                                                     Hours                [2] To be chosen from ME 220 or EM 313.
COM 281 Communication in Small Groups ................ 3
                                                                                    CE 120 Introduction to Civil Engineering ................                       1      [3] Math or Science Elective Options: MA 321, MA
Natural Sciences                                                                                                                                                        322, MA 416G, MA 432G, BIO 208, CHE 230, CHE 236,
                                                                                    ENG 104 Writing: An Accelerated
CHE 105 General College Chemistry I ....................... 3                                                                                                           EE 305, GEO 409G, GLY 430, GLY 560, MNG 551, or
                                                                                     Foundational Course .................................................          4   the other half of the Engineering Science Elective in [2].
CHE 107 General College Chemistry II ...................... 3
                                                                                    MA 113 Calculus I .......................................................       4
                                                                                                                                                                            [4] To be selected from: CE 482 (non-structural op-
Social Sciences                                                                     USP Social Sciences Elective .....................................              3   tion) or CE 486G and CE 487G (technical elective).
ECO 201 Principles of Economics I ............................ 3                    ECO 201 Principles of Economics I [R] .....................                     3       [5] Either the Humanities or Cross-Cultural Elective
plus one other course from USP listing ...................... 3                                                                                                         can be used to simultaneously satisfy the second-tier
                                                                                    Second Semester
Humanities                                                                                                                                                              University Writing requirement. In the Humanities area,
                                                                                    CE 106 Computer Graphics and Communication .......                              3   choosing from the ENG 200-level humanities courses
HIS 107 Western Culture: Science and
                                                                                    CHE 105 General College Chemistry I .......................                     3   satisfies both. In the Cross-Cultural area, ENG 264 satis-
  Technology II ............................................................ 3
                                                                                    MA 114 Calculus II .....................................................        4   fies both. Only one second-tier writing course is required
plus one other course from USP listing ...................... 3                                                                                                         to meet the graduation writing requirements. Completion
                                                                                    PHY 231 General University Physics .......................                      4
USP Electives                                                                                                                                                           of the second-tier course must be in the sophomore year or
                                                                                    PHY 241 General University Physics Laboratory ....                              1
ME 220 Engineering Thermodynamics I                                                                                                                                     later and after ENG 104.
 or                                                                                           Sophomore Year                                                               [6] Choose from: CE 403, 451, 505, 533, 539, 549, 579,
EM 313 Dynamics ....................................................... 3                                                                                               or 589. (NOTE: CE 579 is a co-requisite for CE 589.)
                                                                                    First Semester                                                     Hours
                                                                                                                                                                            [7] Supportive elective is to be chosen from any Uni-
Civil Engineering Technical Elective ......................... 3                    CE 211 Surveying .......................................................        4
                                                                                                                                                                        versity course, excluding a more elementary version of a
                                                                                    CHE 107 General College Chemistry II ......................                     3   required course, such as precalculus mathematics or PHY
Premajor Requirements                                              Hours            EM 221 Statics .............................................................    3   211. However, each CE area has at least one recommenda-
CE 106 Computer Graphics and Communication .......                              3   GLY 220 Principles of Physical Geology .................                        4   tion for the supportive elective. Please review the Op-
CE 120 Introduction to Civil Engineering ................                       1   MA 213 Calculus III ....................................................        4   tional Specialization section in the Civil Engineering
CE 211 Surveying .......................................................        4                                                                                       Undergraduate Handbook. The supportive elective can
                                                                                    Second Semester                                                                     be taken pass-fail.
CHE 105 General College Chemistry I .......................                     3
CHE 107 General College Chemistry II ......................                     3   COM – Communications Elective [1]
EM 221 Statics .............................................................    3   EM 302 Mechanics of Deformable Solids ...................                       3
ENG 104 Writing: An Accelerated                                                     MNG 303 Deformable Solids Laboratory ...................                        1          BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
 Foundational Course .................................................          4   MA 214 Calculus IV ....................................................         3            CIVIL ENGINEERING
MA 113 Calculus I .......................................................       4   PHY 232 General University Physics .......................                      4
                                                                                    PHY 242 General University Physics Laboratory ....                              1       Joint-Degree Program Offered by
MA 114 Calculus II .....................................................        4
MA 213 Calculus III ....................................................        4   STA 381 Introduction to Engineering Statistics .......                          3      Western Kentucky University (WKU)
PHY 231 General University Physics .......................                      4                                                                                          and the University of Kentucky (UK)
PHY 241 General University Physics                                                              Junior Year
 Laboratory .................................................................   1   First Semester                                                     Hours               As part of the “Strategy for Statewide
                                                                                    CE 303 Introduction to Construction                                                 Engineering Education in Kentucky,” adopted
     Subtotal: Premajor Hours ........................ 38
                                                                                      Engineering** ..........................................................      4
                                                                                                                                                                        July 17, 2000 by all the chief executive officers
                                                                                    CE 331 Transportation Engineering** ......................                      3
Major Requirements                                                 Hours                                                                                                of Kentucky universities and endorsed by the
                                                                                    CE 341 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics ...................                      4
STA 381 Introduction to Engineering Statistics .......                          3                                                                                       Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Educa-
                                                                                    CE 381 Civil Engineering Materials I** ....................                     3
CE 303 Introduction to Construction Engineering ...                             4                                                                                       tion (CPE), the vision was expressed that
                                                                                    Engineering Science Elective [2] ................................               3
CE 331 Transportation Engineering ...........................                   3
                                                                                                                                                                        “access to undergraduate engineering educa-
CE 341 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics ...................                      4   Second Semester
CE 351 Introduction to                                                              CE 351 Introduction to Environmental                                                tion will expand primarily through the creation
  Environmental Engineering .....................................               3     Engineering ...............................................................   3   of joint programs managed by multiple post-
CE 381 Civil Engineering Materials I ........................                   3   CE 382 Structural Analysis ........................................             3   secondary institutions.” In response, WKU
CE 382 Structural Analysis ........................................             3   CE 471G Soil Mechanics** ........................................               4   and UK now jointly offer an ABET-accredited
CE 401 Seminar ............................................................     1   CS 221 First Course in Computer Science                                             baccalaureate degree in civil engineering on the
CE 429 Civil Engineering Systems Design ................                        4    for Engineers .............................................................    2
                                                                                                                                                                        WKU campus in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
CE 461G Hydrology ...................................................           3   HIS 107 Western Culture: Science
                                                                                     and Technology II [R] ...............................................          3
                                                                                                                                                                        By CPE definition, a joint-degree program is
CE 471G Soil Mechanics ............................................             4
CS 221 First Course in Computer Science                                             Math Elective or Science Elective [3] .........................                 3   “a program that is mutually sponsored by two
 for Engineers .............................................................    2                                                                                       or more institutions leading to a single creden-
EM 302 Mechanics of Deformable Solids ...................                       3                                                                                       tial or degree, which is conferred by both or all
MNG 303 Deformable Solids Laboratory ...................                        1                                                                                       participating institutions. All institutions share
200   College of Engineering

      responsibility for all aspects of the program’s                                        Spring Semester                                                                        architecture and design, algorithm design and
      delivery and quality.”                                                                 EM 302 Mech of Deform Solids ...................................                  3    analysis, embedded systems, compilers, and
                                                                                             ME 331 Strength Of Mat Lab ......................................                 1
         The joint civil engineering program is one of                                                                                                                              operating systems. Elective options in the
                                                                                             MATH 331 Differential Equations ..............................                    3
      only four such joint-degree programs in Ken-                                           PHYS 260/261 Physics II & Lab ...............................                     4
                                                                                                                                                                                    curriculum offer preparation in software engi-
      tucky; the others include a joint-degree pro-                                          Category A - II Foreign Language ...............................                  3    neering, databases, dependable systems, net-
      gram between WKU and UK in mechanical                                                  ENG 200 Intro to Literature ........................................              3    working and communications, VLSI, graphics,
      engineering, between WKU and the Univer-                                               Total ........................................................................... 17   image processing, visualization, artificial in-
      sity of Louisville (UL) in electrical engineer-                                                                                                                               telligence, and control systems. The program
                                                                                                                          Junior Year
      ing, and between Murray State University and                                                                                                                                  is offered through a partnership between the
      UL in electrical and telecommunications engi-                                          Fall Semester                                                         Hours            Department of Electrical and Computer Engi-
      neering.                                                                               CE 382 Structural Analysis ........................................               3    neering and the Department of Computer
         The WKU/UK joint programs emphasize a                                               CE 410/411 Soil Mechanics & Lab ............................                      4    Science.
      project-oriented educational approach.                                                 CE 341 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics ...................                        4       The program educational objectives related
                                                                                             STAT 301 Prob & Applied Statistics .........................                      3
      Courses are provided by both WKU and UK                                                                                                                                       to expectations of program graduates include
                                                                                             ENG 300 Junior English .............................................              3
      faculty. Students are required to complete a                                           Category F Health & Wellness Elec ............................                    1    the following:
      minimum of 16 credit hours of engineering                                              Total ........................................................................... 18      •      Graduates will be prepared for a produc-
      course work taught by UK engineering fac-                                                                                                                                               tive career with strong foundations in
      ulty. At present, the UK contribution is pro-                                          Spring Semester
                                                                                             CE   316 Equipment & Methods ...................................                  3              math, physics, engineering, and com-
      vided primarily by distance delivery via inter-                                                                                                                                         puter hardware and software, as well as
                                                                                             CE   331 Transportation Eng ........................................              3
      active television. The curriculum of the joint                                         CE   370 Materials of Construction ...............................                3              the ability to adapt to rapidly changing
      civil engineering program is under the direction                                       CE   412 Foundation Engineering ................................                  3              practices and technologies in the field.
      of a joint program faculty, with equal repre-                                          CE   Structures Elective .................................................        3
                                                                                                                                                                                       •      Graduates will possess the skills neces-
      sentation from each participating institution.                                         CE   Technical Elective .................................................         3
                                                                                                                                                                                              sary to identify, understand and solve
      The curriculum for entering students requires                                          Total ........................................................................... 18
                                                                                                                                                                                              problems in computer engineering.
      135.5 credit hours, with the General Studies                                                                        Senior Year
      component based on the requirements of                                                                                                                                           •      Graduates will possess leadership, com-
      WKU. Students who complete the program                                                 Fall Semester                                                         Hours                      munication and teamwork skills in order
      will receive a B.S. degree conferred jointly by                                        CE 351 Intro to Environmental Eng ...........................                     3              to function effectively in their personal
      WKU and UK. Under the terms of the agree-                                              CE 461 Hydrology ......................................................           3              and professional lives.
                                                                                             CE Technical Elective .................................................           3
      ments between the degree-awarding institu-                                                                                                                                       •      Graduates will exhibit an understanding
                                                                                             CE 400 Senior Design Seminar ...................................                  1
      tions, WKU provides basic administrative                                               Category B-II Humanities Elective .............................                   3              of ethical, legal and social issues in the
      support for students in the joint-degree pro-                                          Category C Soc & Behav Sci Elective .........................                     3              computing discipline and in the engi-
      gram, including admission services, registra-                                          Total ........................................................................... 16             neering discipline in general.
      tion, and student financial aid. In addition,                                                                                                                                    •      Graduates will have an understanding of
                                                                                             Spring Semester
      academic advising, laboratory and equipment                                            CE 498 Senior Project .................................................           3              the need and a motivation for life-long
      support, and library and media resources are                                           CE Technical Elective .................................................           3              learning.
      supplied by WKU.                                                                       Category B - II Humanities Elective ............................                  3
         The civil engineering curriculum approved                                           ECON 202E Economics ..............................................                3    Degree Requirements
      within UK is listed below. The joint program                                           Category E Cultural Elective ......................................               3
                                                                                                                                                                                      Each student must complete the following:
      faculty are responsible for on-going review of                                         Total ........................................................................... 15
      the curricular requirements.                                                                                                                                                  University Studies Requirements
                                                                                             CE Technical Elective (Typical Offerings)                                              See “University Studies Program” on pages 80-84 for
      Degree Requirements                                                                                                                                                           the complete University Studies requirements. Students
                                                                                             Fall Semester                                                         Hours
                                                                                             CE 360/361 Estimating & Bidding/Lab .....................                         4    should work closely with their advisor to complete the
                               Freshman Year
                                                                                             CE 380/381 Surveying II & Lab .................................                   4    University Studies Program requirements.
      Fall Semester                                                         Hours            CE 384 Reinforced Concrete Design ...........................                     3
      CE 175 Freshman Experience ...................................... 2                                                                                                           Premajor Requirements                                            Hours
                                                                                             CE 482 Elem. Structural Design ..................................                 3
      AMS 202 CADD for Architecture ............................... 3                                                                                                               CS 115 Introduction to Computer Programming ........                          3
      MATH 126 Calculus I .............................................. 4.5                 Spring Semester                                                                        CS 215 Introduction to Program Design,
      GEOL 111/113 Physical Geology & Lab .................. 4                               CE 383 Structural Steel Design ..................................                 3     Abstraction, and Problem Solving ...........................                 4
      HIST 119 or 120 Western Civilization ....................... 3                         CE 416 Construction Administration .........................                      3    EE 211 Circuits I .........................................................   4
                                                                                             CE 426 Adv. Construction Materials .........................                      3    EE 280 Design of Logic Circuits ................................              3
      Total ........................................................................ 16.5
                                                                                             CE 476 Highway Construction ..................................                    3           Subtotal: Premajor Hours ........................ 14
      Spring Semester                                                                        CE 480/481 Surveying III & Lab ................................                   3
      CE 160/161 Surveying I & Lab .................................. 4
      MATH 227 Calculus II ............................................. 4.5                         BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN                                                         Major Requirements                                               Hours
                                                                                                                                                                                    EE 101 Electrical Engineering Professions Seminar
      PHYS 250/251 Physics I/Lab .................................... 4                              COMPUTER ENGINEERING
      COMM 161 or 145 Public Speaking .......................... 3                                                                                                                   or
      ENG 100 Freshman English ........................................ 3                                                                                                           CS 100 The Computer Science Profession ................... 1
                                                                                             Program Educational Objectives
      Total ........................................................................ 18.5                                                                                           MA 113 Calculus I .......................................................     4
                                                                                                Computer engineering involves modeling,                                             CHE 105 General College Chemistry I .......................                   3
                             Sophomore Year                                                  design, implementation, testing, evaluation                                            MA 114 Calculus II .....................................................      4
      Fall Semester                                                         Hours            and integration of computer hardware and                                               CS 216 Introduction to Software Engineering ...........                       3
                                                                                             software to create computing systems. Com-                                             CS 275 Discrete Mathematics ......................................            4
      CE 303 Construction Management .............................                      3
                                                                                             puter engineers use both hardware concepts                                             PHY 231 General University Physics .......................                    4
      CE 304 Construction Mgmt. Lab ................................                    1
                                                                                                                                                                                    PHY 241 General University Physics Laboratory ....                            1
      EM 221 Statics .............................................................      3    from electrical engineering and system soft-
                                                                                                                                                                                    MA 213 Calculus III ....................................................      4
      MATH 327 Multivariable Calculus ............................                      4    ware concepts from computer science. Gradu-                                            PHY 232 General University Physics .......................                    4
      CHEM 120/121 Chemistry I & Lab ............................                       5
                                                                                             ates will be well prepared to work in areas such                                       PHY 242 General University Physics Laboratory ....                            1
      SFTY 171 Category F ..................................................            1
                                                                                             as digital logic design, computer organization/                                        MA 214 Calculus IV ....................................................       3
      Total ........................................................................... 17
                                                                                                                                                                                                   College of Engineering                             201
EE 221 Circuits II ........................................................   3   Second Semester                                                                  networks, databases, and operating systems.
EE 222 Electrical Engineering Laboratory I ..............                     2   EE 461G Introduction to Electronics .........................                3     The undergraduate program focuses on
EE 281 Logical Design Laboratory ............................                 2   CS 470G Introduction to Operating Systems .............                      3
                                                                                                                                                                   achieving the following goals:
EE/CS 380 Microcomputer Organization ...................                      3   EE 480/CS 480G Advanced
EE 383 Introduction to Embedded Systems ...............                       3    Computer Architecture ..............................................        3       • attract talented, motivated students
CS 315 Algorithm Design and Analysis ....................                     3   USP Social and Behavioral Sciences ..........................                3           with a strong background in math-
CS 441G Compilers for Algorithmic Languages ........                          3   EE 421G Signals and Systems ....................................             3           ematics and the sciences, some famil-
CS 470G Introduction to Operating Systems .............                       3                                                                                            iarity with computers and a desire to
EE 480/CS 480G Advanced                                                                                      Senior Year
                                                                                                                                                                           shape the future;
 Computer Architecture ..............................................         3   First Semester                                                  Hours
EE 421G Signals and Systems ....................................              3   CS 441G Compilers for Algorithmic Languages ........                         3
                                                                                                                                                                       • develop the skills needed to analyze
EE 461G Introduction to Electronics .........................                 3   EE/CS Technical Electives ..........................................         6           and synthesize solutions to comput-
STA 381 Introduction to Engineering Statistics .......                        3   Supportive Elective .....................................................    3           ing problems;
EE 499 Electrical Engineering Design (Subtitle required)                          Technical Elective .......................................................   3       • develop communications and team-
 or                                                                                                                                                                        work skills in our students;
                                                                                  Second Semester
CS 499 Senior Design Project ..................................... 3
                                                                                  EE 499 Electrical Engineering Design (Subtitle required)                             • open the doors to exciting, creative
     Subtotal: Major Hours ............................... 73                      or                                                                                      and economically-rewarding career
                                                                                  CS 499 Senior Design Project ..................................... 3
                                                                                                                                                                           opportunities;
Electives                                                                         EE/CS Technical Electives .......................................... 6
                                                                                  Supportive Elective ..................................................... 3
                                                                                                                                                                       • pave the way to educational opportu-
Oral Communication Elective* ................................... 3
Supportive Elective** ................................................. 6         USP Cross Cultural ..................................................... 3               nities at the graduate level; and
Technical Elective† ..................................................... 3           *Oral communications elective is satisfied by any one                            • instill a desire and ability for life-long
EE/CS Technical Electives†† ................................... 12                of the following courses COM 181, COM 252, COM 281,                                      learning in our students.
                                                                                  COM 287.
     Subtotal: Electives ..................................... 24
                                                                                     **Supportive elective is to be chosen from any Uni-                           Degree Requirements
     Total Minimum Hours for Program ........ 128                                 versity courses, excluding more elementary versions of
                                                                                  required courses, such as precalculus mathematics or PHY                         Each student must complete the following:
Curriculum                                                                        211.
                                                                                     †Technical elective may be selected from upper-divi-                          University Studies Requirements
                       Freshman Year                                              sion engineering, mathematics, statistics, computer sci-                         See “University Studies Program” on pages 80-84 for
First Semester                                                   Hours            ence, physics, or other technically-related fields exclud-                       the complete University Studies requirements. Students
MA 113 Calculus I ....................................................... 4       ing more elementary version of required courses. To be                           should work closely with their advisor to complete the
                                                                                  selected in consultation with academic advisor.
                                                                                                                                                                   University Studies Program requirements.
EE 101 Electrical Engineering Professions Seminar                                    ††EE/CS technical electives are senior level courses
 or                                                                               in either the computer science or electrical engineering                         Courses marked with an asterisk (*) may also be used to
CS 100 The Computer Science Profession ................... 1                      disciplines. These include 400-level CS courses and 500-                         satisfy University Studies requirements.
                                                                                  level CS and EE courses with emphasis in the computer
ENG 104 Writing: An Accelerated                                                   engineering area and excluding EE 595. To be selected in                         Premajor Requirements                                              Hours
 Foundational Course .................................................        4   consultation with academic advisor.                                              CS 100 The Computer Science Profession ...................                    1
CHE 105 General College Chemistry I .......................                   3   Recommended EE/CS Technical Electives:                                           CS 115 Introduction to Computer Programming ........                          3
CS 115 Introduction to Computer Programming ........                          3   CS 405G Introduction to Database Systems                                         CS 215 Introduction to Program Design,
USP Humanities ..........................................................     3   CS 415G Combinatorics and Graph Theory                                             Abstraction, and Problem Solving ...........................                4
                                                                                  CS 416G Principles of Operations Research I                                      CS 216 Introduction to Software Engineering ...........                       3
Second Semester
                                                                                  CS 422 Numerical Solutions of Equations                                          CS 275 Discrete Mathematics ......................................            4
MA 114 Calculus II .....................................................      4
                                                                                  CS 450G Fundamentals of Programming Languages                                    ENG 104 Writing: An Accelerated
PHY 231 General University Physics .......................                    4
                                                                                  CS 463G Introduction to Artificial Intelligence                                    Foundational Course .................................................       4
PHY 241 General University Physics Laboratory ....                            1
                                                                                  CS 471G Networking and Distributed Operating                                     *MA 113 Calculus I ....................................................       4
Oral Communication Elective .....................................             3
                                                                                   Systems                                                                         MA 114 Calculus II .....................................................      4
CS 215 Introduction to Program Design,
                                                                                  CS 485G Topics in Computer Science (Subtitle required)                           *PHY 231 General University Physics .....................                     4
  Abstraction, and Problem Solving ...........................                4
                                                                                  EE 581 Advanced Logical Design                                                   *PHY 241 General University Physics Laboratory ..                             1
                      Sophomore Year                                              EE 582 Hardware Description Languages                                                 Subtotal: Premajor Hours ........................ 32
                                                                                   and Programmable Logic
First Semester                                                   Hours                                                                                             Major Requirements                                                 Hours
                                                                                  EE 584 Introduction of VLSI Design and Testing
MA 213 Calculus III ....................................................      4                                                                                    *PHY 232 General University Physics ..................... 4
                                                                                  EE 585 Fault Tolerant Computing
EE 211 Circuits I .........................................................   4                                                                                    *PHY 242 General University Physics
                                                                                  EE 586 Communication and Switching Networks
PHY 232 General University Physics .......................                    4                                                                                      Laboratory ................................................................. 1
                                                                                  EE 587 Microcomputer Systems Design
PHY 242 General University Physics Laboratory ....                            1                                                                                    Additional Science Electives ...................................... 6
                                                                                  EE 599 Topics in Electrical Engineering
EE 280 Design of Logic Circuits ................................              3
                                                                                   (Subtitle required)                                                             MA 213 Calculus III
EE 281 Logical Design Laboratory ............................                 2
                                                                                                                                                                    or
Second Semester                                                                                                                                                    MA 322 Matrix Algebra and its Applications ......... 3-4
MA 214 Calculus IV ....................................................       3          BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN                                                    EE 280 Design of Logic Circuits ................................ 3
CS 275 Discrete Mathematics ......................................            4            COMPUTER SCIENCE                                                        *COM 181 Basic Public Speaking or
CS 216 Introduction to Software Engineering ...........                       3
                                                                                     The Computer Science program includes                                         *COM 252 Introduction to Interpersonal
EE/CS 380 Microcomputer Organization ...................                      3
                                                                                  courses dealing with the design, implementa-                                      Communication or
USP Humanities/Writing Intensive Course ...............                       3
                                                                                                                                                                   *COM 281 Communication in Small Groups or
                                                                                  tion, analysis, and software-engineering is-
                           Junior Year                                                                                                                             *COM 287 Persuasive Speaking ................................ 3
                                                                                  sues related to algorithms and computer pro-
First Semester                                                   Hours                                                                                             STA 281 Probability and Statistics Using
                                                                                  grams. A foundation in continuous and dis-                                        Interactive Computer Techniques .............................                3
EE 221 Circuits II ........................................................   3   crete mathematics is used to study numerical
EE 222 Electrical Engineering Laboratory I ..............                     2                                                                                    CS 315 Algorithm Design and Analysis ....................                     3
                                                                                  problems and to analyze algorithms. Through                                      CS/MA 321 Introduction to Numerical Methods .......                           3
CS 315 Algorithm Design and Analysis ....................                     3
EE 383 Introduction to Embedded Systems ...............                       3   required and elective courses students are                                       CS 375 Logic and Theory of Computing .....................                    3
USP Social and Behavioral Sciences ..........................                 3   exposed to the fundamentals of computing                                         CS/EE 380 Microcomputer Organization ...................                      3
STA 381 Introduction to Engineering Statistics .......                        3   theory and algorithms, programming languages,                                    CS 470G Introduction to Operating Systems .............                       3
                                                                                                                                                                   CS 499 Senior Design Project .....................................            3
                                                                                  language translation and compiling, graphics,
                                                                                  scientific computing, artificial intelligence,                                        Subtotal: Major Hours ......................... 41-42
202   College of Engineering

      Computer Science Electives                                     Hours                                      Junior Year                                            tives are:
      Choose three from the following list:
                                                                                    First Semester                                                    Hours                 • Maintain a curriculum focused on devel-
      CS 335 Graphics and Multimedia ...............................            3
                                                                                    CS 315 Algorithm Design and Analysis ....................                      3          oping relevant engineering skills, knowl-
      CS 405G Introduction to Database Systems ...............                  3
                                                                                    CS/MA 321 Introduction to
      CS 441G Compilers for Algorithmic Languages ........                      3                                                                                             edge, and experience with current tech-
                                                                                      Numerical Methods ...................................................        3
      CS 450G Fundamentals of
                                                                                    University Studies [U] ................................................        3
                                                                                                                                                                              nologies.
       Programming Languages ...........................................        3
                                                                                    ENG 2XX Writing Intensive Course ..........................                    3        • Provide opportunities for students to
      CS 463G Introduction to Artificial Intelligence ........                  3
      Any other CS class at the 300-level or above .............                3
                                                                                    Free Elective [E] ..........................................................   3          develop leadership, communication, and
                                                                                    Second Semester                                                                           teamwork skills.
           Subtotal: CS Electives ................................ 9
                                                                                    CS 375 Logic and Theory of Computing ..................... 3                            • Provide an environment that encourages
      Technical Electives                                                           Computer Science Elective [C] ................................... 3                       independent learning, problem identifi-
      Choose 12 credit hours of the following:                                      Technical Elective [T] ................................................. 3
       MA 214 Calculus IV or any 300-level or higher classes
                                                                                                                                                                              cation, and problem solving.
                                                                                    COM 181 Basic Public Speaking or
       selected from computer science, electrical engineering,                                                                                                              • Raise awareness of the engineers’ profes-
                                                                                    COM 252 Introduction to Interpersonal
       mathematics, or the College or Business and Economics                                                                                                                  sional and ethical responsibilities to so-
                                                                                     Communication or
           Subtotal: Technical Electives .................. 12                      COM 281 Communication in Small Groups or                                                  ciety.
                                                                                    COM 287 Persuasive Speaking .................................. 3
      Free Electives                                                                                                                                                   Degree Requirements
                                                                                    Natural Science Elective [N] ....................................... 3
          Two courses must be in areas other than computer
      science, science, engineering, or mathematics to satisfy
                                                                                    Free Elective [E] .......................................................... 3       Each student must complete the following:
      the University Studies Program and the computer science                                                  Senior Year                                             University Studies Requirements
      ABET accreditation requirements. Any remaining elec-
                                                                                                                                                                       See “University Studies Program” on pages 80-84 for
      tives should be selected to meet the minimum total of 128                     First Semester                                                    Hours
                                                                                                                                                                       the complete University Studies requirements. Students
      hours required for graduation                                                 CS 470G Introduction to Operating Systems .............                        3
                                                                                                                                                                       should work closely with their advisor to complete the
                                                                                    Computer Science Elective [C] ...................................              3
           Subtotal: Free Electives ....... minimum of 6                                                                                                               University Studies Program requirements.
                                                                                    Technical Elective [T] .................................................       3
           TOTAL HOURS .......................................... 128               University Studies [U] ................................................        3   Premajor Requirements                                              Hours
                                                                                    Free Elective [E] ..........................................................   3   EE   211 Circuits I .........................................................   4
         *These courses may be used to satisfy University
      Studies requirements.                                                         Second Semester                                                                    EE   221 Circuits II ........................................................   3
                                                                                    CS 499 Senior Design Project .....................................             3   EE   222 Electrical Engineering Laboratory I ..............                     2
      Curriculum                                                                    Computer Science Elective [C] ...................................              3   EE   280 Design of Logic Circuits ................................              3

                            Freshman Year                                           Technical Electives [T] ...............................................        6        Subtotal: Premajor Hours ........................ 12
                                                                                    Free Elective [E] ..........................................................   3
      First Semester                                                 Hours              [U] To be selected from University Studies areas in                            Major Requirements                                                 Hours
      CS 100 The Computer Science Profession ................... 1                  Social Sciences, Humanities, Cross-Cultural, and Elec-                             CHE 105 General College Chemistry I .......................                     3
      CS 115 Introduction to Computer Programming ........ 3                        tives in conjunction with the academic advisor.                                    CS 115 Introduction to Computer Programming ........                            3
                                                                                        [N] Any natural science course excluding more el-                              EE 101 Electrical Engineering
      ENG 104 Writing: An Accelerated Foundational Course                           ementary versions of completed required courses.                                    Professions Seminar ..................................................         1
       or                                                                               [C] Computer Science electives include 300-level and                           EE 360 Introduction to Semiconductor Devices ........                           3
      Natural Science Elective [N] .................................... 3-4         above computer science courses with two to be selected
                                                                                                                                                                       EE 380 Computer Organization ..................................                 3
                                                                                    from: CS 335, CS 405G, CS 441G, CS 450G, and CS 463G.
      MA 113 Calculus I ....................................................... 4                                                                                      EE 415G Electromechanics .........................................              3
                                                                                        [T] Technical electives include any 300-level and above
      University Studies [U] ................................................ 3                                                                                        EE 421G Signals and Systems ....................................                3
                                                                                    courses in computer science, electrical engineering, math-
                                                                                    ematics, and business and economics. MA 214 is also an                             EE 461G Introduction to Electronics .........................                   3
      Second Semester
                                                                                    acceptable technical elective.                                                     EE 468G Introduction to Engineering
      CS 215 Introduction to Program Design,                                            [E] Two of the electives (6 credits) cannot be math-                            Electromagnetics .......................................................       4
       Abstraction, and Problem Solving ........................... 4               ematics, computer science, science or engineering courses;                         EE 499 Electrical Engineering Design ......................                     3
                                                                                    these two courses can be used to satisfy the University
      ENG 104 Writing: An Accelerated Foundational Course                                                                                                              ENG 104 Writing: An Accelerated
                                                                                    Studies elective requirement.
       or                                                                                                                                                                Foundational Course .................................................         4
      Natural Science Elective [N] .................................... 3-4                                                                                            Oral Communication Course ........................................              3
                                                                                               Minor in Computer Science
      MA 114 Calculus II ..................................................... 4                                                                                       MA 113 Calculus I .......................................................       4
                                                                                    CS 100 The Computer Science Profession ...................                     1
      University Studies [U] ................................................ 3                                                                                        MA 114 Calculus II .....................................................        4
                                                                                    CS 115 Introduction to Computer Programming ........                           3
                                                                                                                                                                       MA 213 Calculus III ....................................................        4
                           Sophomore Year                                           CS 215 Introduction to Program Design,
                                                                                                                                                                       MA 214 Calculus IV ....................................................         3
                                                                                     Abstraction, and Problem Solving ...........................                  4
      First Semester                                                 Hours                                                                                             MA 320 Introductory Probability ..............................                  3
                                                                                    CS 216 Introduction to Software Engineering ...........                        3
                                                                                                                                                                       PHY 231 General University Physics .......................                      4
      CS 216 Introduction to Software Engineering ........... 3                     CS 275 Discrete Mathematics ......................................             4
                                                                                                                                                                       PHY 232 General University Physics .......................                      4
      EE 280 Design of Logic Circuits ................................ 3            CS 315 Algorithm Design and Analysis ....................                      3
                                                                                                                                                                       PHY 241 General University Physics Laboratory ....                              1
      MA 213 Calculus III .................................................... 4    plus three additional hours in computer science ........ 3                         PHY 242 General University Physics Laboratory ....                              1
       or
      MA 322 Matrix Algebra and Its Applications ............ 3                                                                                                        Choose three of the following lab courses:
      PHY 231 General University Physics ....................... 4
                                                                                           BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN                                                      EE 281 Logical Design Laboratory ............................                   2
                                                                                           ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING                                                      EE 416G Energy Conversion Laboratory ..................                         2
      PHY 241 General University Physics Laboratory .... 1
                                                                                                                                                                       EE 462G Electronic Circuits Laboratory ...................                      2
      University Studies [U] ................................................ 3
                                                                                       The undergraduate electrical engineering                                        EE 422G Signals and Systems Laboratory .................                        2
      Second Semester                                                               degree program seeks to produce graduates                                               Subtotal: Major Hours .............................. 70
      CS 275 Discrete Mathematics ......................................        4   who are trained in the theory and practice of
      CS/EE 380 Microcomputer Organization ...................                  3   electrical and computer engineering and are                                        Electives                                                          Hours
      PHY 232 General University Physics .......................                4   well prepared to handle the professional and                                       Engineering/Science Electives ................................... 9
      PHY 242 General University Physics Laboratory ....                        1                                                                                      EE Technical Electives .............................................. 12
                                                                                    leadership challenges of their careers.
      STA 281 Probability and Statistics Using                                                                                                                         Math/Statistics Elective .............................................. 3
       Interactive Computer Techniques .............................            3
                                                                                       The following objectives relate to expecta-
                                                                                                                                                                       Supportive Elective ..................................................... 3
      University Studies [U] ................................................   3   tions for program graduates while in the early                                     Technical Elective ....................................................... 6
                                                                                    stages of their careers. These objectives are
                                                                                                                                                                            Subtotal: Electives .................................... 33
                                                                                    regularly assessed through surveys of em-
                                                                                                                                                                            TOTAL HOURS: ......................................... 130
                                                                                    ployers and alumni. The EE program objec-
                                                                                                                                                                               College of Engineering                             203
Curriculum                                                                           [M] Math/Statistics Elective: Any upper-division          Degree Requirements
                                                                                  (300-level or higher) math or statistics course (3 credit
          Freshman Year                                                           hours total).                                                  Each student must complete the following:
First Semester                                                   Hours               [E] Engineering/Science Electives: Any engineering,       Premajor Requirements                                             Hours
EE 101 Electrical Engineering                                                     physics, computer science, or math course at the 200-level   ENG 104 Writing: An Accelerated
 Professions Seminar ..................................................       1   or higher, other than an electrical engineering course and
                                                                                                                                                Foundational Course .................................................         4
                                                                                  excluding more elementary versions of required courses
MA 113 Calculus I .......................................................     4                                                                CHE 105 General College Chemistry I .......................                    3
                                                                                  (9 credit hours total).
CS 115 Introduction to Computer Programming ........                          3                                                                CHE 107 General College Chemistry II ......................                    3
ENG 104 Writing: An Accelerated                                                       [T] Technical electives may be selected from upper
                                                                                  division (300-level or higher) engineering, mathematics,
                                                                                                                                               CHE 111 Laboratory to Accompany
 Foundational Course .................................................        4                                                                 General Chemistry I ...................................................       1
                                                                                  statistics, computer science, physics, or other techni-
University Studies – Social Science* .........................                3   cally-related fields and excluding more elementary ver-      CHE 113 Laboratory to Accompany
University Studies – Humanities* ..............................               3   sions of required courses, to be selected in consultation     General Chemistry II .................................................        2
                                                                                  with the academic advisor (6 credit hours total).            MA 113 Calculus I .......................................................      4
Second Semester
                                                                                     [L] Electrical Engineering Laboratory Elective: EE        MA 114 Calculus II .....................................................       4
MA 114 Calculus II ..................................................... 4
                                                                                  281, EE 462G, EE 422G, EE 416G (6 credit hours total).       MA 213 Calculus III ....................................................       4
PHY 231 General University Physics ....................... 4
                                                                                     ***EE Technical Electives (must be 500-level              MA 214 Calculus IV ....................................................        3
PHY 241 General University Physics Laboratory .... 1
                                                                                  courses). Courses recommended as electrical engineering      PHY 231 General University Physics .......................                     4
CHE 105 General College Chemistry I ....................... 3
                                                                                  technical electives are listed below (each course is 3       PHY 232 General University Physics .......................                     4
Oral Communications Elective (select one course from
                                                                                  credit hours): Courses recommended as electrical engi-       PHY 241 General University Physics Laboratory ....                             1
 COM 181, COM 252, COM 281, COM 287 ............. 3                               neering technical electives are listed below (each course
                                                                                  is 3 credit hours):                                               Subtotal: Premajor Hours ........................ 37
          Sophomore Year
First Semester                                                   Hours            EE 511 Introduction to Communication Systems                 Major Requirements                                                Hours
                                                                                  EE 512 Digital Communication Systems                         MSE 101 Materials Engineering .................................                1
MA 213 Calculus III ....................................................      4
                                                                                  EE 517 Advanced Electromechanics
PHY 232 General University Physics .......................                    4                                                                COM 181 Basic Public Speaking ...............................                  3
                                                                                  EE 518 Electric Drives
PHY 242 General University Physics Laboratory ....                            1                                                                CS 221 First Course in Computer
                                                                                  EE 522 Antenna Design
EE 211 Circuits I .........................................................   4                                                                 Science for Engineers ................................................        2
                                                                                  EE 523 Microwave Circuit Design
EE 280 Design of Logic Circuits ................................              3   EE 527 Electromagnetic Compatibility                         CME 200 Process Principles ......................................              3
                                                                                  EE 537 Electric Power Systems I                              MSE 201 Materials Science .........................................            3
Second Semester                                                                   EE 538 Electric Power Systems II                             MSE 202 Materials Science Laboratory ......................                    1
MA 214 Calculus IV ....................................................       3   EE 560 Semiconductor Device Design                           CHE 236 Survey of Organic Chemistry ......................                     3
EE 221 Circuits II ........................................................   3   EE 561 Electric and Magnetic Properties of Materials         EM 221 Statics .............................................................   3
EE 222 Electrical Engineering Laboratory I ..............                     2   EE 562 Analog Electronic Circuits                            MSE 301 Materials Science II .....................................             3
EE 360 Introduction to Semiconductor Devices ........                         3   EE 564 Digital Electronic Circuits                           MSE 351 Material Thermodynamics ............................                   3
Engineering/Science Elective [E] ...............................              3   EE 565 Circuit Design With Analog Integrated Circuits        EM 302 Mechanics of Deformable Solids ...................                      3
University Studies – Writing Requirement/                                         EE 567 Introduction to Lasers and Masers                     EE 305 Electrical Circuits and Electronics ................                    3
  Humanities or Cross-Cultural* .................................             3   EE 568 Fiber Optics                                          PHY 361 Principles of Modern Physics ....................                      3
                                                                                  EE 571 Feedback Control Design
                                                                                                                                               STA 381 Introduction to Engineering Statistics .......                         3
            Junior Year                                                           EE 572 Digital Control of Dynamic Systems
                                                                                                                                               MSE 401G Metal and Alloys ......................................               3
First Semester                                                   Hours            EE 581 Advanced Logical Design
                                                                                                                                               MSE 402G Electronic Materials and Processing .......                           3
EE 415G Electromechanics .........................................            3   EE 582 Hardware Description Languages and
                                                                                                                                               MSE 403G Ceramic Engineering and Processing ......                             3
EE 421G Signals and Systems ....................................              3    Programmable Logic
                                                                                  EE 585 Fault Tolerant Computing                              MSE 404G Polymeric Materials ..................................                3
Elective EE Laboratory [L] .........................................          2                                                                MSE 407 Materials Laboratory I .................................               3
                                                                                  EE 587 Microcomputer Systems Design
EE 380 Computer Organization ..................................               3                                                                MSE 408 Materials Laboratory II ...............................                3
                                                                                  EE 599 Topics in Electrical Engineering
EE 461G Introduction to Electronics .........................                 3                                                                MSE 436 Material Failure Analysis ............................                 3
                                                                                   (Subtitle required)
MA 320 Introductory Probability ..............................                3                                                                MSE 480 Materials Design .........................................             3
                                                                                                                                               MSE 535 Mechanical Properties of Materials .............                       3
Second Semester                                                                        BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN                                  MSE 538 Metals Processing .......................................              3
EE 468G Introduction to Engineering
  Electromagnetics .......................................................    4
                                                                                       MATERIALS ENGINEERING                                   MSE 585 Materials Characterization Techniques .......                          3
Elective EE Laboratory [L] .........................................          2      The materials engineer is responsible for the                  Subtotal: Major Hours .............................. 70
Engineering/Science Elective [E] ...............................              3   preparation, fabrication, selection, use and                 Technical Electives                                               Hours
Technical Elective [T] ..................................................     3                                                                Choose 6 credit hours from the following:
                                                                                  reuse of existing materials and for the develop-
University Studies – Humanities                                                                                                                MSE 395 Independent Work in
  or Cross-Cultural* ....................................................     3
                                                                                  ment of new and improved materials. The
                                                                                                                                                 Materials Engineering ..............................................         3
                                                                                  professional in this field is often called on to               (Or any other approved technical course)
            Senior Year                                                           consider metals, ceramics and polymers. The                  MSE 531 Powder Metallurgy .....................................                3
First Semester                                                   Hours            engineer considers chemical, electronic, mag-                MSE 550 Corrosion .....................................................        3
EE Technical Electives*** .........................................           6   netic, optical, and mechanical properties of                 MSE 506 Mechanics of Composite Materials .............                         3
Elective EE Laboratory [L] .........................................          2                                                                MSE/CME 554 Chemical and Physical Processing
Math/Statistics Elective [M] .......................................          3
                                                                                  materials.
                                                                                                                                                of Polymer Systems ....................................................       3
Technical Elective [T] ..................................................     3      The goals of the undergraduate program are
                                                                                                                                               MSE 556 Introduction to Composite Materials ..........                         3
University Studies – Social Science* .........................                3   as follows:                                                  MSE 568 Fiber Optics .................................................         3
Second Semester                                                                     • Produce graduates with an understanding                  MSE 569 Electronic Packaging Systems and
EE 499 Electrical Engineering Design ......................                   3        of materials, who can function indepen-                   Manufacturing Processes .........................................            3
EE Technical Electives*** .........................................           6        dently as professionals in the practice of              MSE 599 Topics in Materials Science
                                                                                                                                                 and Engineering (Subtitle required) .........................                3
Supportive Elective** .................................................       3        engineering or as successful members of
Engineering/Science Elective [E] ...............................              3        related graduate and professional pro-                       Subtotal: Technical Electives .................... 6
   *To be selected from University Studies areas in So-                                grams.                                                  Supportive Elective                                               Hours
cial Sciences, Oral Communication, Humanities and                                                                                              The supportive elective can be any course that carries
Cross-Cultural in consultation with the academic advi-
                                                                                    • Produce graduates who can use their
                                                                                                                                               college credit and is not a more elementary version of a
sor.                                                                                   materials educations to continue their                  required course. For example, college algebra would not
   **Supportive elective is to be chosen from any Uni-                                 careers with steady advancement and                     be satisfactory because it is more elementary than the
versity courses, excluding more elementary versions of                                 professional development.                               required calculus courses. The student completing 3 co-
required courses, such as precalculus mathematics or PHY                                                                                       op tours (EGR 399) may count the co-op experience
211.                                                                                                                                           toward the supportive elective.
                                                                                                                                                    Subtotal: Supportive Elective .................... 3
204   College of Engineering

      University Studies Requirements Hours                                                Second Semester                                                                Degree Requirements
      Social Science .............................................................. 6      MSE 480 Materials Design .........................................         3     Each student must complete the following:
      Humanities ................................................................. 6*      MSE 538 Metals Processing .......................................          3
      Cross-Cultural ............................................................. 3       Technical Elective*** .................................................    3   University Studies Requirements Hours
      Electives ...................................................................... 3   Supportive Elective** .................................................    3   See “University Studies Program” on pages 80-84 for
      Subtotal: USP ............................................................ 18        University Studies* ....................................................   3   the complete University Studies requirements. The
         *Some literature courses can be counted for the Sec-                              University Studies* ....................................................   3   courses listed below are (a) recommended by the college,
      ond-Tier Writing Requirement and 3 hours of humanities.                                  *To be selected from University Studies areas in So-                       or (b) required courses that also fulfill University Studies
                                                                                           cial Sciences, Humanities, Cross-Cultural and Electives                        areas. Students should work closely with their advisor to
           TOTAL HOURS: ......................................... 134                      in consultation with the academic advisor. A minimum of                        complete the University Studies Program requirements.
                                                                                           18 credits in the humanities and social sciences are re-
                                                                                           quired.                                                                        Courses marked with an asterisk (*) may also be used to
      Curriculum                                                                               **Supportive elective is any university course, ex-                        satisfy University Studies requirements.
                                                                                           cluding more elementary versions of required courses,
                Freshman Year                                                                                                                                             Math
                                                                                           such as precalculus mathematics or PHY 211.
      First Semester                                                       Hours               ***Choose from the list of Technical Electives above.
                                                                                                                                                                          MA 113 Calculus I ....................................................... 4
      MSE 101 Materials Engineering .................................                 1                                                                                   Inference –Logic
      CHE 105 General College Chemistry I .......................                     3                                                                                   MA 113 Calculus I ....................................................... 4
      CHE 111 Laboratory to Accompany                                                            BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
                                                                                                                                                                          Oral Communication
       General Chemistry I ...................................................        1          MECHANICAL ENGINEERING                                                   COM 181 Basic Public Speaking ............................... 3
      ENG 104 Writing: An Accelerated
       Foundational Course .................................................          4        The training of the mechanical engineer is                                 Natural Sciences
      MA 113 Calculus I .......................................................       4    the broadest among the several fields of engi-                                 CHE 105 General College Chemistry I ....................... 3
      CS 221 First Course in Computer                                                      neering. The mechanical engineer uses the                                      CHE 107 General College Chemistry II ...................... 3
       Science for Engineers ................................................         2    techniques of mathematics combined with a                                      USP Electives
      Second Semester                                                                      specialized knowledge of the thermal and en-                                   Complete with Supportive Elective and
      CHE 107 General College Chemistry II ......................                     3    ergy sciences, solid and fluid mechanics, and                                   Technical Elective ..................................................... 6
      CHE 113 Laboratory to Accompany                                                      the properties of materials. This information
       General Chemistry II .................................................         2                                                                                   Premajor Requirements                                               Hours
                                                                                           is supplemented by an understanding of manu-
      MA 114 Calculus II .....................................................        4                                                                                   *ENG 104 Writing: An Accelerated
      COM 181 Basic Public Speaking ...............................                   3
                                                                                           facturing processes, the design and control of                                   Foundational Course .................................................          4
      University Studies* ....................................................        6    systems, and the economics of the technologi-                                  ENG 2XX Writing Intensive Course ..........................                      3
                                                                                           cal community.                                                                 *CHE 105 General College Chemistry I .....................                       3
                Sophomore Year                                                                 Our graduates will be able to apply knowl-                                 *CHE 107 General College Chemistry II ....................                       3
      First Semester                                                       Hours                                                                                          *MA 113 Calculus I ....................................................          4
                                                                                           edge of mathematics, science and mechanical
      MSE 201 Materials Science .........................................             3                                                                                   *MA 114 Calculus II ...................................................          4
      CHE 236 Survey of Organic Chemistry ......................                      3
                                                                                           engineering to the solution of problems, par-
                                                                                                                                                                          *MA 213 Calculus III ..................................................          4
      MA 213 Calculus III ....................................................        4    ticularly in the areas of thermodynamics and
                                                                                                                                                                          *MA 214 Calculus IV ..................................................           3
      PHY 231 General University Physics .......................                      4    energy systems; heat transfer; fluid mechan-                                   *PHY 231 General University Physics .....................                        4
      PHY 241 General University Physics Laboratory ....                              1    ics; mechanical systems and controls; me-                                      *PHY 232 General University Physics .....................                        4
      MSE 202 Materials Science Laboratory ......................                     1    chanical design; finite element methods and                                    *PHY 241 General University Physics
      Second Semester                                                                      computer-aided graphics; manufacturing; in-                                      Laboratory .................................................................   1
      MSE 301 Materials Science II .....................................              3    strumentation; and experimental method.                                        *PHY 242 General University Physics
                                                                                                                                                                            Laboratory .................................................................   1
      MSE 351 Material Thermodynamics ............................                    3        Consistent with the Vision and Mission
      MA 214 Calculus IV ....................................................         3    statements of the University of Kentucky, the                                       Subtotal: Premajor Hours: ....................... 38
      PHY 232 General University Physics .......................                      4
                                                                                           undergraduate programs in mechanical engi-                                     Major Requirements                                                  Hours
      EM 221 Statics .............................................................    3
                                                                                           neering strive to meet the following educa-                                    ME 101 Introduction to Mechanical Engineering .....                              3
                  Junior Year                                                              tional objectives:                                                             *COM 181 Basic Public Speaking .............................                     3
      First Semester                                                       Hours                                                                                          ME 151 Manufacturing Engineering ..........................                      3
                                                                                               1. Mechanical Engineering programs will
      MSE 401G Metal and Alloys ......................................                3                                                                                   ME 205 Computer Aided Engineering Graphics .......                               3
      MSE 404G Polymeric Materials ..................................                 3
                                                                                                   prepare our students for successful                                    ME 220 Engineering Thermodynamics I .....................                        3
      CME 200 Process Principles ......................................               3            practice or academic pursuits in me-                                   CS 221 First Course in Computer
      EM 302 Mechanics of Deformable Solids ...................                       3            chanical engineering.                                                   Science for Engineers ................................................          2
      University Studies* ....................................................        3        2. Our graduates will have the knowledge                                   EM 221 Statics .............................................................     3
                                                                                                                                                                          EM 302 Mechanics of Deformable Solids ...................                        3
      Second Semester                                                                              in analytical, computational, and ex-
                                                                                                                                                                          EM 313 Dynamics .......................................................          3
      MSE 403G Ceramic Engineering and Processing ......                              3            perimental methods to begin engineer-                                  EE 305 Electrical Circuits and Electronics ................                      3
      MSE 402G Electronic Materials and Processing .......                            3            ing practice or continue their education.                              ME 310 Engineering Experimentation I .....................                       3
      PHY 361 Principles of Modern Physics ....................                       3            This will include the ability to design                                ME 311 Engineering Experimentation II ....................                       3
      STA 381 Introduction to Engineering Statistics .......                          3            components and systems and to solve                                    ME 321 Engineering Thermodynamics II ...................                         3
      MSE 535 Mechanical Properties of Materials .............                        3            engineering problems using current                                     ME 325 Elements of Heat Transfer ...............................                 3
      MSE 407 Materials Laboratory I .................................                3                                                                                   ME 330 Fluid Mechanics ............................................              3
                                                                                                   analysis and computational methods.
                                                                                                                                                                          ME 340 Introduction to Mechanical Systems .............                          3
                  Senior Year                                                                  3. Our graduates will have a broad educa-                                  ME 344 Mechanical Design ........................................                3
      First Semester                                                       Hours                   tion and communication skills needed                                   ME 411 ME Capstone Design I ..................................                   3
      MSE 585 Materials Characterization Techniques .......                           3            for a variety of career options and an                                 ME 412 ME Capstone Design II .................................                   3
      MSE 436 Material Failure Analysis ............................                  3                                                                                   ME 440 Design of Control Systems ............................                    3
                                                                                                   appreciation of the need for life-long
      EE 305 Electrical Circuits and Electronics ................                     3                                                                                   ME 501 Mechanical Design with
      MSE 408 Materials Laboratory II ...............................                 3
                                                                                                   learning.
                                                                                                                                                                           Finite Element Methods ............................................             3
      Technical Elective*** .................................................         3        4. Our graduates will have an understand-
                                                                                                                                                                               Subtotal: Major Hours .............................. 62
      ENG 2XX Writing Intensive Course                                                             ing of the societal, environmental and
       or                                                                                          ethical responsibilities of engineers.                                 Technical Electives                                                 Hours
      University Studies* .................................................... 3                                                                                          Choose 9 hours from the following:
                                                                                                                                                                          ME 380 Topics in Mechanical Engineering ............... 3
                                                                                                                                                                          ME 395 Independent Work in
                                                                                                                                                                           Mechanical Engineering ........................................... 3
                                                                                                                                                                                       College of Engineering           205
ME/MFS 503 Lean Manufacturing                                                   Second Semester                                                                    ME/BAE 580 Heating, Ventilating and
  Principles and Practices ...........................................      3   ME 220 Engineering Thermodynamics I .....................                      3     Air-Conditioning
ME/MFS 505 Modeling of Manufacturing                                            PHY 232 General University Physics .......................                     4   ME 599 Topics in Mechanical Engineering
 Processes and Machines ...........................................         3   PHY 242 General University Physics Laboratory ....                             1   MSE 201 Materials Science
ME/MSE 506 Mechanics of Composite Materials ......                          3   MA 214 Calculus IV ....................................................        3   EGR 599 Topics in Engineering
ME/MFS 507 Design for Manufacturing .....................                   3   EM 221 Statics .............................................................   3
ME/MFS 512 Manufacturing Systems .........................                  3   University Studies* ....................................................       3
ME 513 Mechanical Vibrations ..................................             3                                                                                         BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
ME 527 Applied Mathematics                                                                  Junior Year                                                              MECHANICAL ENGINEERING –
 in the Natural Sciences I ...........................................      3   First Semester
ME 530 Gas Dynamics ................................................        3   ME 321 Engineering Thermodynamics II ...................                       3
                                                                                                                                                                            PADUCAH
ME 531 Fluid Dynamics I ...........................................         3   ME 330 Fluid Mechanics ............................................            3      In addition to the program on the Lexington
ME 532 Advanced Strength of Materials ....................                  3   EM 302 Mechanics of Deformable Solids ...................                      3
ME/MSE 556 Introduction to
                                                                                                                                                                   campus, students can pursue a B.S. degree in
                                                                                EM 313 Dynamics .......................................................        3
 Composite Materials .................................................      3                                                                                      mechanical engineering through the College’s
                                                                                EE 305 Electrical Circuits and Electronics ................                    3
ME 560 Engineering Optics .......................................           3   University Studies* ....................................................       3
                                                                                                                                                                   Extended Campus Program in Paducah, Ken-
ME 563 Basic Combustion Phenomena ......................                    3                                                                                      tucky. The Paducah program uses the same
ME/BAE 580 Heating, Ventilating                                                 Second Semester                                                                    curriculum as the main campus, but provides
  and Air-Conditioning ...............................................      3   ME 310 Engineering Experimentation I .....................                     3
                                                                                                                                                                   the opportunity for students to complete all
ME 599 Topics in Mechanical Engineering ...............                     3   ME 344 Mechanical Design ........................................              3
                                                                                                                                                                   B.S. degree requirements without having to
MFS 599 Topics in Manufacturing Engineering ........                        3   ME 325 Elements of Heat Transfer ...............................               3
EGR 599 Topics in Engineering .................................             3   ME 340 Introduction to Mechanical Systems .............                        3
                                                                                                                                                                   relocate to Lexington.
MSE 201 Materials Science .........................................         3   Mathematics Elective*** ............................................           3      Consistent with the Vision and Mission
     Subtotal: Technical Electives: ................... 9                                                                                                          statements of the University of Kentucky, the
                                                                                            Senior Year                                                            mechanical engineering program at the UK
Mathematics Elective                                            Hours           First Semester                                                                     Extended Campus in Paducah strives to meet
Choose one course from the following:                                           ME 411 ME Capstone Design I ..................................                 3
                                                                                                                                                                   the following educational objectives:
MA 320 Introductory Probability ..............................              3   ME 311 Engineering Experimentation II ....................                     3
MA 321 Introduction to Numerical Methods .............                      3   ME 440 Design of Control Systems ............................                  3       • The Mechanical Engineering program
MA 322 Matrix Algebra and Its Applications ............                     3   ME 501 Mechanical Design with                                                              will prepare our students for success-
MA 416G Principles of Operations Research I ..........                      3    Finite Element Methods ............................................           3           ful practice or academic pursuits in
MA 432G Methods of Applied Mathematics I ............                       3   Technical Elective† .....................................................      3           mechanical engineering.
MA 433G Introduction to Complex Variables ............                      3
MA 481G Differential Equations ................................             3
                                                                                Second Semester                                                                        • Our graduates will have the technical
STA 381 Introduction to Engineering Statistics .......                      3   ME 412 ME Capstone Design II .................................                 3           skills needed to begin engineering prac-
                                                                                Technical Electives† ....................................................      6           tice or to continue their education. These
     Subtotal: Mathematics Elective: ................ 3                         Supportive Elective†† .................................................        3
                                                                                                                                                                           will include the knowledge of how to
Supportive Elective                                             Hours           University Studies* ....................................................       6
                                                                                    *To be selected from University Studies areas in So-
                                                                                                                                                                           design and conduct experiments, math-
The supportive elective can be any course that carries
college credit and is not a more elementary version of a                        cial Sciences, Humanities and Cross-Cultural in conjunc-                                   ematics and analytical skills, principles
                                                                                tion with the academic advisor.                                                            for the design of components and sys-
required course. For example, college algebra would not
                                                                                    **To be selected in consultation with the academic
be satisfactory because it is more elementary than the
                                                                                advisor from acceptable courses as provided in the Uni-
                                                                                                                                                                           tems, as well as a familiarity with soft-
required calculus courses. The student completing 3 co-                                                                                                                    ware tools common to the field.
                                                                                versity of Kentucky Bulletin.
op tours (EGR 399) may count the co-op experience
                                                                                    ***Mathematics elective must meet two criteria: (1) be                             • Our graduates will have the broad edu-
toward the supportive elective.
                                                                                offered by the department of mathematics or statistics; and
     Subtotal: Supportive Elective .................... 3                       (2) be higher course content than required mathematics                                     cation and communication skills needed
                                                                                courses. See Undergraduate Handbook for suggested                                          for a variety of career options, and an
     TOTAL HOURS: ......................................... 130                 courses.
                                                                                                                                                                           appreciation of the need for life-long
                                                                                    †Technical Electives – see list below.
Curriculum                                                                          ††The supportive elective is to be chosen from any
                                                                                                                                                                           learning to maintain their competency.
          Freshman Year
                                                                                University course, excluding more elementary versions of                               • Our graduates will have an understand-
                                                                                required courses, such as precalculus mathematics or PHY
First Semester                                                                  211.
                                                                                                                                                                           ing of the social and ethical responsi-
ME 101 Introduction to Mechanical Engineering .....                         3                                                                                              bilities of engineers, and the impact that
                                                                                    Technical Electives: Students should select from the
CHE 105 General College Chemistry I .......................                 3
                                                                                list below.
                                                                                                                                                                           engineers have in environmental and
MA 113 Calculus I .......................................................   4
                                                                                BME 501 Foundations of Biomedical Engineering
                                                                                                                                                                           societal issues.
ENG 104 Writing: An Accelerated
 Foundational Course .................................................      4
                                                                                BME 530 Biomedical Instrumentation                                                   The Paducah mechanical engineering pro-
                                                                                BAE 502 Modeling of Biological Systems                                             gram collaborates with West Kentucky Com-
Second Semester                                                                 ME 380 Topics in Mechanical Engineering                                            munity and Technical College to provide the
ME 151 Manufacturing Engineering ..........................                 3   ME 395 Independent Work in Mechanical Engineering
                                                                                                                                                                   basic math and science courses, as well as the
CHE 107 General College Chemistry II ......................                 3   ME/MFS 503 Lean Manufacturing Principles
                                                                                 and Practices
                                                                                                                                                                   general studies course requirements. Murray
MA 114 Calculus II .....................................................    4
COM 181 Basic Public Speaking ...............................               3   ME/MFS 505 Modeling of Manufacturing Processes                                     State University faculty members teach up-
University Studies* ....................................................    3    and Machines                                                                      per-level non-engineering courses on the Pad-
                                                                                ME/MSE 506 Mechanics of Composite Materials                                        ucah campus. On-site UK mechanical engi-
          Sophomore Year                                                        ME/MFS 507 Design for Manufacturing                                                neering faculty members and jointly-appointed
First Semester                                                                  ME/MFS 512 Manufacturing Systems                                                   Murray engineering faculty members teach
PHY 231 General University Physics .......................                  4   ME 513 Mechanical Vibrations                                                       the upper-division engineering courses. Pro-
PHY 241 General University Physics Laboratory ....                          1   ME 527 Applied Mathematics in the Natural Sciences I
                                                                                                                                                                   gram admission, course registration, student
MA 213 Calculus III ....................................................    4   ME 530 Gas Dynamics
CS 221 First Course in Computer
                                                                                                                                                                   advising and other student services all can be
                                                                                ME 531 Fluid Dynamics I
 Science for Engineers ................................................     2   ME 532 Advanced Strength of Materials
                                                                                                                                                                   completed at the Paducah site.
ME 205 Computer Aided Engineering Graphics .......                          3   ME/MSE 556 Introduction to Composite Materials
Second-Tier Writing Requirement Course** ..............                     3   ME 560 Engineering Optics
                                                                                ME 563 Basic Combustion Phenomena
206   College of Engineering

      Degree Requirements                                  tions, WKU provides basic administrative                                                                            Senior Year
         The curriculum requirements for the B.S.          support for students in the joint-degree pro-                                          Fall Semester                                                         Hours
      degree in mechanical engineering in Paducah          gram, including admission services, registra-                                          ME 325 Heat Transfer ..................................................           3
      are identical to those on the Lexington campus.      tion, and student financial aid. In addition,                                          ME 410/411 ME Vib/Controls & Lab ........................                         4
      Refer to those degree requirements for the           academic advising, laboratory and equipment                                            ME 400 Mechanical Eng Design ................................                     2
      Paducah degree program. Not all the technical        support, and library and media resources are                                           ME 420 Senior ME Lab I .............................................              3
                                                           supplied by WKU.                                                                       ME Tech. Elective II ....................................................         3
      electives listed for the Lexington program will                                                                                             ENG 300 Junior English .............................................              3
      be available in Paducah. The student must               The mechanical engineering curriculum ap-
                                                           proved within UK is listed below. The joint                                            Total ........................................................................... 18
      satisfy the College graduation requirements
      listed earlier.                                      program faculty are responsible for on-going                                           Spring Semester
                                                           review of the curricular requirements.                                                 ME 430 Senior ME Lab II ...........................................               3
                                                                                                                                                  ME 412 ME Senior Project .........................................                3
          BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN                           Curriculum                                                                             ME Tech. Elective III ...................................................         3
          MECHANICAL ENGINEERING                                                                                                                  Category C Elective .....................................................         3
                                                                                    Freshman Year                                                 Category E Elective .....................................................         3
         Joint-Degree Program Offered by                                                                                                          Total ........................................................................... 15
        Western Kentucky University (WKU)                  Fall Semester                                                         Hours
        and the University of Kentucky (UK)                ENG 100 Freshman English ........................................ 3                         TOTAL HOURS ....................................... 139.5
                                                           MATH 126 Calculus I .............................................. 4.5
                                                                                                                                                     (1) The following UK courses are offered at WKU
                                                           ME 175 University Experience – ME ......................... 2                          through the University of Kentucky: EM 221, EM 313,
         As part of the “Strategy for Statewide            ME 240/241 Materials/Methods Mfg. ......................... 4                          ME 220, ME 321, ME 344, and at least one Technical
      Engineering Education in Kentucky,” adopted          CHEM 120/121 Chemistry I and Lab ......................... 5                           Elective (18-21 hours of UK courses).
      July 17, 2000 by all the chief executive officers    Total ........................................................................ 18.5        (2) The following additional courses are based on UK
      of Kentucky universities and endorsed by the                                                                                                syllabus, but taught by WKU: EM 302, ME 325, 330.

      Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Educa-             Spring Semester                                                                            (3) Technical Electives: Two lists of ME Technical
                                                           CS 245 Intro to Comp Prog Lang ............................. 1.5                       Electives are available, one for WKU courses and one for
      tion (CPE), the vision was expressed that                                                                                                   UK courses. Students must select one from each list, with
                                                           MATH 227 Calculus II ............................................. 4.5
      “access to undergraduate engineering educa-          SCOM 161 Business Speaking ................................... 3
                                                                                                                                                  the remaining ME Technical Elective selected from either
                                                                                                                                                  list.
      tion will expand primarily through the creation      PHYS 250/251 Physics I & Lab ................................. 4
                                                                                                                                                     (4) Check the WKU undergraduate catalog for cat-
      of joint programs managed by multiple post-          HIST 119/120 Western Civilization ........................... 3                        egory B, C, E and F above.
      secondary institutions.” In response, WKU            Category F .................................................................... 2
                                                                                                                                                     Category B electives – Humanities
      and UK now jointly offer an ABET-accredited          Total ........................................................................... 18      Category C electives – Social and Behavioral Sciences
      baccalaureate degree in mechanical engineering                                                                                                 Category E electives – World Cultures and American
                                                                                  Sophomore Year
      on the WKU campus in Bowling Green, Ken-                                                                                                         Cultural Diversity
      tucky. By CPE definition, a joint-degree pro-        Fall Semester                                                         Hours               Category F electives – Health and Wellness
      gram is “a program that is mutually sponsored        MATH 327 Multivariable Calculus ............................                      4
      by two or more institutions leading to a single      EM 221 Statics .............................................................      3             BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
                                                           EE 250 EE Fundamentals ............................................               4
      credential or degree, which is conferred by                                                                                                            MINING ENGINEERING
                                                           PHYS 260/261 Physics II & Lab ...............................                     4
      both or all participating institutions. All insti-   AMS 205 CADD for Manufacturing ............................                       3       Mining engineering requires the broadest
      tutions share responsibility for all aspects of
                                                           Total ........................................................................... 18   knowledge of sciences and other fields of
      the program’s delivery and quality.”
                                                           Spring Semester                                                                        engineering in its practice after graduation. The
         The joint mechanical engineering program is
                                                           ME 200 Sophomore Design ........................................                  2    curriculum below prepares the student for a
      one of only four such joint-degree programs in
                                                           MATH 331 Differential Equations ..............................                    3    career in the field of mining.
      Kentucky; the others include a joint-degree
                                                           EM 313 Dynamics .......................................................           3       The objectives of the undergraduate pro-
      program between WKU and UK in civil engi-            EM 302 Mechanics of Deformable Solids ...................                         3    gram in mining engineering take into consider-
      neering, between WKU and the University of           ME 331 Mechanics of Deformable Solids Lab ............                            1    ation the intellectual and personal develop-
      Louisville (UL) in electrical engineering, and       EE 285 Intro to Ind. Automation ................................                  2
                                                                                                                                                  ment of students so that after graduation they
      between Murray State University and UL in            Category B ...................................................................    3
                                                                                                                                                  will be able to:
      electrical and telecommunications engineer-          Total ........................................................................... 17
      ing.                                                                                                                                             •       Advance in their careers, adapting to
         The WKU/UK joint programs emphasize a                                          Junior Year                                                            new situations and emerging problems,
      project-oriented educational approach.               Fall Semester                                                         Hours                         through the application of general pur-
      Courses are provided by both WKU and UK              STAT 301 Applied Statistics ......................................                3                 pose engineering skills and the core
      faculty. Students are required to complete a         MATH 350 Adv. Engineering Math ...........................                        3                 technical disciplines, analytical proce-
      minimum of 16 credit hours of engineering            ME 220 Eng. Thermodynamics I ..................................                   3                 dures, and design practices of the min-
                                                           ME 344 Mechanical Design ........................................                 3                 ing engineering profession.
      course work taught by UK engineering fac-
                                                           Category B Elective .....................................................         3
      ulty. At present, the UK contribution is pro-        ENG 200 Intro. To Literature ......................................               3         •       Function ethically in a variety of pro-
      vided primarily by distance delivery via inter-                                                                                                          fessional roles such as mine planner,
                                                           Total ........................................................................... 18
      active television. The curriculum of the joint                                                                                                           designer, production manager, mineral
      mechanical engineering program is under the          Spring Semester
                                                                                                                                                               processing engineer, consultant, tech-
      direction of a joint program faculty, with equal     ME 300 Junior Design .................................................            2
                                                           ME 310 Eng. Instru. And Exper. .................................                  3
                                                                                                                                                               nical support representative and regu-
      representation from each participating insti-                                                                                                            latory specialist with emphasis on the
                                                           ME 321 Eng. Thermodynamics II ................................                    3
      tution. The curriculum for entering students         ME Tech. Elective I ......................................................        3                 mineral industries of Kentucky and the
      requires 139.5 credit hours, with the General        ME 330 Fluid Mechanics ............................................               3                 surrounding region.
      Studies component based on the requirements          Economics ....................................................................    3
                                                                                                                                                       •       Pursue advanced degrees in mineral-
      of WKU. Students who complete the program            Total ........................................................................... 17
                                                                                                                                                               related fields and also those fields that
      will receive a B.S. degree conferred jointly by
                                                                                                                                                               support the mineral industries such as
      WKU and UK. Under the terms of the agree-
                                                                                                                                                               business and law.
      ments between the degree-awarding institu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                      College of Engineering                             207
     •      Utilize professional skills such as ef-                                 Major Requirements                                                Hours                        Junior Year
            fective communication, teamwork, and                                    CS 221 First Course in Computer                                                    First Semester                                                   Hours
                                                                                     Science for Engineers ................................................        2   MNG 211 Mine Surveying ..........................................             2
            leadership.
                                                                                    *ECO 201 Principles of Economics I .........................                   3   EE 305 Electrical Circuits and Electronics ................                   3
     •      Demonstrate an understanding of the                                     EE 305 Electrical Circuits and Electronics ................                    3   GLY 230 Fundamentals of Geology I .........................                   3
            critical role mining engineers play in                                  EM 221 Statics .............................................................   3   ME 330 Fluid Mechanics ............................................           3
            society with respect to health, safety,                                 EM 313 Dynamics .......................................................        3   MNG 301 Minerals Processing ..................................                3
            and the environment in tangible ways                                    EM 302 Mechanics of Deformable Solids ...................                      3   MNG 302 Minerals Processing Laboratory ...............                        1
                                                                                    GLY 220 Principles of Physical Geology .................                       4   MNG 371 Professional Development of
            such as achieving professional licen-
                                                                                    GLY 230 Fundamentals of Geology I .........................                    3    Mining Engineers .....................................................       3
            sure.                                                                   ME 220 Engineering Thermodynamics I .....................                      3
                                                                                                                                                                       Second Semester
 Visit our Web page at: www.engr.uky.edu/                                           ME 330 Fluid Mechanics ............................................            3
                                                                                                                                                                       ECO 201 Principles of Economics I ............................                3
mng.                                                                                MNG 101 Introduction to Mining Engineering ........                            1
                                                                                                                                                                       EM 313 Dynamics .......................................................       3
                                                                                    MNG 211 Mine Surveying ..........................................              2
                                                                                                                                                                       MNG 335 Introduction to Mine Systems Analysis ....                            3
Degree Requirements                                                                 MNG 264 Mining Methods ........................................                3
                                                                                                                                                                       MNG 463 Surface Mine Design
                                                                                    MNG 291 Mineral Reserve Modeling .........................                     2
  Each student must complete the following:                                         MNG 301 Minerals Processing ..................................                 3
                                                                                                                                                                        and Environmental Issues .........................................           3
                                                                                                                                                                       Minerals Processing Technical Elective*** ..............                      3
University Studies Requirements Hours                                               MNG 302 Minerals Processing Laboratory ...............                         1
                                                                                                                                                                       University Studies/
See “University Studies Program” on pages 80-84 for                                 MNG 303 Deformable Solids Laboratory ...................                       1
                                                                                                                                                                        Graduation Writing Requirement*† .........................                   3
the complete University Studies requirements. The                                   MNG 331 Explosives and Blasting ............................                   2
courses listed below are (a) recommended by the college,                            MNG 332 Mine Plant Machinery ...............................                   3               Senior Year
or (b) required courses that also fulfill University Studies                        MNG 335 Introduction to Mine Systems Analysis ....                             3
                                                                                                                                                                       First Semester                                                   Hours
areas. Students should work closely with their advisor to                           MNG 341 Mine Ventilation ........................................              3
                                                                                                                                                                       MNG 341 Mine Ventilation ........................................             3
complete the University Studies Program requirements.                               MNG 371 Professional Development of
                                                                                                                                                                       MNG 431 Mines Systems Engineering
                                                                                      Mining Engineers .....................................................       3
Courses marked with an asterisk (*) may also be used to                                                                                                                 and Valuation ............................................................   4
                                                                                    MNG 431 Mines Systems Engineering
satisfy University Studies requirements.                                                                                                                               MNG 551 Rock Mechanics .........................................              4
                                                                                     and Valuation ............................................................    4
Math                                                                                                                                                                   MNG 591 Mine Design Project I ................................                1
                                                                                    MNG 463 Surface Mine Design and
MA 113 Calculus I ....................................................... 4                                                                                            University Studies* ....................................................      3
                                                                                      Environmental Issues ................................................        3
Inference – Logic                                                                   MNG 551 Rock Mechanics .........................................               4   Second Semester
MA 113 Calculus I ....................................................... 4         MNG 591 Mine Design Project I ................................                 1   MNG 592 Mine Design Project II ...............................                3
                                                                                    MNG 592 Mine Design Project II ...............................                 3   Supportive Elective** .................................................       3
Written Communication
                                                                                                                                                                       Technical Electives†† .................................................       6
ENG 104 Writing: An Accelerated                                                          Subtotal: Major Hours .............................. 72
                                                                                                                                                                       University Studies* ....................................................      3
 Foundational Course ................................................. 4
                                                                                    Electives                                                         Hours                *To be selected from University Studies areas in So-
Oral Communication                                                                  Mineral Processing Technical Elective ...................... 3                     cial Sciences (6 credits), Humanities (6 credits), and Cross-
COM 199 Presentational Communication Skills ....... 1                                                                                                                  Cultural (3 credits) in consultation with the academic
                                                                                    **Supportive Elective ................................................. 3
plus MNG 371 and MNG 592                                                                                                                                               advisor. Of these totals, 3 credits of Social Sciences are
                                                                                    *Technical Electives .................................................... 6        fulfilled by ECO 201. A minimum of 15 credits in the
Natural Sciences                                                                         Subtotal: Electives .................................... 12                   humanities and social sciences are required.
CHE 105 General College Chemistry I ....................... 3                                                                                                              **The supportive elective is to be chosen from any
                                                                                         TOTAL HOURS: ......................................... 132                    University course outside the student’s major excluding
CHE 107 General College Chemistry II ...................... 3
                                                                                    Curriculum                                                                         more elementary versions of required courses such as
Social Sciences                                                                                                                                                        precalculus mathematics.
ECO 201 Principles of Economics I ............................ 3                              Freshman Year                                                                ***The Mineral Processing Technical Elective is to
plus one other course from USP listing ...................... 3                     First Semester                                                    Hours            be chosen between MNG 575, Coal Preparation Design,
                                                                                    CHE 105 General College Chemistry I .......................                    3   and MNG 580, Mineral Processing Plant Design.
Humanities                                                                                                                                                                 †The course selected to fulfill the Graduation Writing
                                                                                    CS 221 First Course in Computer
Two courses from USP listing ..................................... 6                                                                                                   Requirement can also be used to satisfy the Cross-Cul-
                                                                                     Science for Engineers ................................................        2   tural requirement or 3 credits of the Humanities require-
Cross-Cultural                                                                      ENG 104 Writing: An Accelerated                                                    ment. Selection of ENG 264 will satisfy the Graduation
Select from list .............................................................. 3    Foundational Course .................................................         4   Writing Requirement and the Cross-Cultural requirement.
                                                                                    MA 113 Calculus I .......................................................      4   Alternatively, selection of one course from among ENG
USP Electives
                                                                                    MNG 101 Introduction to Mining Engineering ........                            1   230, ENG 231, ENG 232, ENG 233, ENG 234, ENG 261,
Technical Elective ....................................................... 3                                                                                           ENG 262, ENG 270, or ENG 271 will satisfy the Gradu-
Supportive Elective ..................................................... 3         University Studies* ....................................................       3   ation Writing requirement and 3 credits of the Humanities
                                                                                                                                                                       requirement. Please consult the Schedule of Classes for
Premajor Requirements                                               Hours           Second Semester                                                                    updates to the list of courses.
                                                                                    CHE 107 General College Chemistry II ......................                    3
*ENG 104 Writing: An Accelerated                                                                                                                                           ††Courses recommended as technical electives are
                                                                                    MA 114 Calculus II .....................................................       4   listed below. These courses must be chosen with the
  Foundational Course .................................................        4
                                                                                    MNG 264 Mining Methods ........................................                3   approval of the student’s advisor to ensure that the cur-
*MA 113 Calculus I ....................................................        4
                                                                                    PHY 231 General University Physics .......................                     4   riculum includes sufficient engineering design content.
MA 114 Calculus II .....................................................       4
                                                                                    PHY 241 General University Physics Laboratory ....                             1   Technical Electives: Of the two technical electives in the
MA 213 Calculus III ....................................................       4
MA 214 Calculus IV ....................................................        3              Sophomore Year                                                           undergraduate program, students are required to select at
*CHE 105 General College Chemistry I .....................                     3    First Semester                                                    Hours            least one from departmental courses. The remaining course,
*CHE 107 General College Chemistry II ....................                     3    EM 221 Statics .............................................................   3   chosen with the approval of the student’s advisor, can be
PHY 231 General University Physics .......................                     4    GLY 220 Principles of Physical Geology .................                       4   used to fulfill specific educational goals.
PHY 232 General University Physics .......................                     4    MA 213 Calculus III ....................................................       4   MNG 511 Mine Power System Design
PHY 241 General University Physics Laboratory ....                             1    MNG 331 Explosives and Blasting ............................                   2   MNG 561 Mine Construction Engineering I
PHY 242 General University Physics Laboratory ....                             1                                                                                       MNG 563 Simulation of Industrial Production Systems
                                                                                    PHY 232 General University Physics .......................                     4
                                                                                                                                                                       MNG 572 Advanced Coal Preparation
     Subtotal: Premajor Hours ........................ 35                           PHY 242 General University Physics Laboratory ....                             1
                                                                                                                                                                       MNG 575 Coal Preparation Design
                                                                                    Second Semester                                                                    MNG 580 Mineral Processing Plant Design
Graduation Writing Requirement Hours                                                EM 302 Mechanics of Deformable Solids ...................                      3   MNG 581 Geostatistics
Select course from list of Graduation Writing                                                                                                                          MNG 599 Topic in Mining Engineering
                                                                                    MA 214 Calculus IV ....................................................        3
 Requirement courses ................................................. 3                                                                                               BAE 438G Fundamentals of Groundwater Hydrology
                                                                                    ME 220 Engineering Thermodynamics I .....................                      3
                                                                                                                                                                       CE 471G Soil Mechanics
                                                                                    COM 199 Presentational Communication Skills .......                            1
                                                                                                                                                                       CE 541 Intermediate Fluid Mechanics
                                                                                    MNG 291 Mineral Reserve Modeling .........................                     2   GLY 450G Sedimentary Geology
                                                                                    MNG 303 Deformable Solids Laboratory ...................                       1   GLY 585 Hydrogeology
                                                                                    MNG 332 Mine Plant Machinery ...............................                   3   PLS 501 Reclamation of Disturbed Land

				
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