|06-262||Mathematical Methods of Chemical Engineering||12|
|09-221||Lab I: Introduction to Chemical Analysis||12|
|xx-xxx||Physics II/Computer Sci.**||12 or 10|
|xx-xxx||Select one: PPC, SDM, I&I, W&E, GE (exclude category(ies) fulfilled after 1st yr)||9|
|39-220||Experiential Learning II||0|
* Computer Science/Physics II: Students should complete 15-110 Principles of Computingor 15-112 Fundamentals of Programming and Computer Science as well as 33-107Physics II for Engineering Students by the end of the Sophomore year. The recommended sequence is 33-106 /33-107 for engineering students, however, 33-111/ 33-112 or 33-131 /33-132 will also meet the CIT Physics requirement.
For those students who have not taken 06-100 as one of the two Introductory Engineering Electives, 06-100 should be taken in the Fall Semester of the Sophomore year. The General Education Course normally taken during that semester may be postponed until the Junior year. These students should consult with their faculty advisors as soon as possible.
At the end of the Sophomore year, a student should have completed the following required basic science and computer science courses:
Introduction to Modern Chemistry I
Modern Chemistry II
Laboratory I: Introduction to Chemical Analysis
Principles of Computing
Fundamentals of Programming and Computer Science
Physics I for Engineering Students
Physics II for Engineering Students
Computing @ Carnegie Mellon
You should start thinking now what you will do next summer. Your options include:
You should be identifying any minors you are interested in completing.