Moraine Valley Plan of Study

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2018 Plan of Study 1

Year 1

Fall
Calculus and Analytic Geometry I

MTH-150

5

Chemistry (University Oriented) I

CHM-131

4

Composition I

COM-101

3

Economics, Micro- or Macro-

ECO-102 or 101

1

College: Changes, Challenges, Choice

COL-101

1

Engineering Orientation

IST-199

1

17

Spring  
Calculus and Analytic Geometry II

MTH-151

5

Chemistry (University Oriented) II

CHM-132

4

Composition II

COM-102

3

Mechanics

PHY-203

4

16

Year 2

Fall
Calculus and Analytic Geometry III

MTH-152

4

Heat, Electricity, and Magnetism

PHY-204

4

Introduction to Computing/Computer Science

varies by major 2

3-4

Engineering Statics

EGN-201

3

liberal education course

3

17+

Spring  
Differential Equations

MTH-201

3

Waves and Modern Physics

PHY-205

4

*

3-4

*

3

liberal education course

3

16+

*major-specific technical courses selected in consultation with advisor

1 Engineering Pathways is a cohort-based experience. As such, all technical coursework listed in the plan of study must be completed for a grade while enrolled in the program—this includes chemistry, computer science, mathematics, physics, and engineering. Advanced Placement (AP) or other credit applied toward English, economics, and liberal education courses requires an appropriate substitution to maintain total number of hours per semester.

2 The Introduction to Computing/Computer Science requirement will be selected in consultation with an advisor. Course options vary by majors and minors of interest and include—CSC 140, 240; MIS 176.

 

 

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2019 Plan of Study 1

Year 1    
Fall    
Calculus and Analytic Geometry I MTH-150 5
Chemistry (University Oriented) I CHM-131 4
Composition I COM-101 3
Economics, Micro- or Macro- ECO-102 or 101 3
College: Changes, Challenges, Choice COL-101 1
Introduction to Engineering I EGN-110 1
    17
Spring    
Calculus and Analytic Geometry II MTH-151 5
Chemistry (University Oriented) II CHM-132 4
Composition II COM-102 3
Mechanics PHY-203 4
Introduction to Engineering II EGN-120 2
    18
Year 2    
Fall    
Calculus and Analytic Geometry III MTH-152 4
Heat, Electricity, and Magnetism PHY-204 4
Introduction to Computing/Computer Science varies by major2 3
Engineering Statics EGN-201 3
Liberal education (Speech Fundamentals recommended for AES) COM-103 3
    17
Spring    
Differential Equations MTH-201 3
Waves and Modern Physics PHY-205 4
*   3-4
*   3
liberal education course   3
*major-specific technical courses selected in consultation with advisor 16+

 

 

 

 

1 Engineering Pathways is a cohort-based experience. As such, all technical coursework listed in the plan of study must be completed for a grade while enrolled in the program—this includes chemistry, computer science, mathematics, physics, and engineering. Advanced Placement (AP) or other credit applied toward English, economics, and liberal education courses requires an appropriate substitution to maintain total number of hours per semester.

 

2 The Introduction to Computing/Computer Science requirement will be selected in consultation with an advisor. Course options vary by majors and minors of interest and include—CSC 140, 240; MIS 176.