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Undergraduate Catalogue Addendum - June 25, 2014
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
The requirements for the Basic General Education Core of the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration include one three-credit course in Global and Regional Studies.
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
There is an error in the stated requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (B.S.CS) in the 2014-2015 catalogue. The CS core reads: "Eighteen additional credits, including three at the 0XX-level (or above), three at the 1XX-level (or above), and twelve credits at the 2XX-level.” The 2014-2015 requirement should read as follows: "Eighteen additional credits, including three at the 0XX-level (or above), six at the 1XX-level (or above), and nine credits at the 2XX-level.” More information is available through the Department of Computer Science and the College of Engineering & Mathematical Sciences Office of Student Services and on their respective websites.
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
An additional provision has been added to the requirement for technical electives within the Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering program. At least three of the twelve required technical elective credits must be from the following subject areas: MATH, STAT, CHEM or PHYS. Please contact CEMS Student Services for additional information.
Pre-Engineering Technical Requirement
At its meeting on May 22, 2014, the faculty of the School of Engineering revised the Pre-Engineering Technical (PET) requirement that will be in place for the 2014-2015 academic year. The revised requirement provides students additional flexibility, and is available through the College of Engineering & Mathematical Sciences Office of Student Services and on college website.
Writing and Information Literacy Requirement
Beginning with the entering first-year class in fall 2014 all undergraduates will complete a three-credit course addressing foundational writing and information literacy goals. In response to this university-wide requirement, colleges and schools may have updated their individual requirements after this catalogue was published. Please consult the appropriate Dean’s Office for the most current information on writing requirements.