Students are required to complete 6 credit hours in each of three types of electives:
For Technical electives, at least one of the two required courses must be at the 3000-or-above level. The same is true for Engineering electives.
A Technical elective is any course offered by the School of Science and Engineering.An Engineering elective is any non-required CENG course, a course offered by one of the engineering departments (BMEN, ENGP), or by Computer Science (COSC and CMPS). (Note that a course such as CENG 4890, for example, could count as either a Technical or Engineering elective, but no single course can be used to satisfy two requirements.) At least one of the two required courses must be at the 3000-or-above level.
An Advanced Chemistry Elective must come from the following list (note that some prerequisites may be needed):
|Approved Advanced Chemistry Elective Courses|
|Course Number||Course Name|
|Applied Biochemistry I|
|Applied Biochemistry II|
|Physical Chemistry I|
|Physical Chemistry II|
|Introduction to Biochemistry|
|Organometallic Chemistry – Transition Elements|
|Advanced Organic-Polymer Chemistry
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