Concentrations

Biology
Business Management
Chemical Engineering
Chemistry
Civil Engineering
Geotechnical
Structures and Structural Mechanics
Transportation
Water Resources and Environmental 
Computer Science
Economics
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Circuits
Electromagnetics
Signals and Systems
Financial Markets
Geological Science
Manufacturing Systems Design
Mathematical Biology
Mathematical Theory
Mechanical Engineering
Dynamic Systems
Fluids and Thermodynamics
Physics
Political Science
Statistics
Actuarial Science
Biostatistics
Statistics
 
Biology
Complete the following courses:
Bio 130 : Biology (4:3:1)
Bio 165 : Introduction to Bioinformatics (3:3:0)
MMBio 240 : Molecular Biology (3:3:1)
PWS 340 : Genetics (2:2:1)
 
Business Management
Complete the following courses:
ACC 200 : Principles of Accounting (3:3:0)
BUS M 201 : Financial Management (3:3:0)
BUS M 241 : Marketing Management (3:3:0)
Complete one of the following courses:
HONRS 223R : Behavioral Science (3-6:Arr:Arr)
ORG B 320 : Organizational Effectiveness (3:Arr:0)
 
Chemical Engineering
Complete the following courses:
CH EN 273 : Chemical Process Principles (3:3:0)
CH EN 374 : Fluid Mechanics (3:3:0)
CH EN 533 : Transport Phenomena (3:3:0)
CH EN 541 : Computer Design Methods (3:3:0)
 
Chemistry
Complete the following courses:
Chem 111H : Principles of Chemistry (4:3:3)
Chem 112 : Principles of Chemistry (3:3:2)
Chem 462 : Physical Chemistry (3:3:0)
Chem 463 : Physical Chemistry (3:3:0)
 
Civil Engineering
There are four concentrations of civil engineering:
Geotechnical
Structures and Structural Mechanics
Transportation
Water Resources and Environmental
 
Geotechnical
Complete the following courses:
CE En 103 : Engineering Mechanics–Statics (3:3:0)
CE En 203 : Engineering Mechanics–Mechanics of Materials (3:3:0)
CE En 321 :
Structural Analysis (3:3:0)
CE En 341 : Elementary Soil Mechanics (3:2:3)
CE En 424 : Reinforced Concrete Design (3:3:0)
 
Structures and Structural Mechanics
CE En 103 : Engineering Mechanics–Statics (3:3:0)
CE En 203 : Engineering Mechanics–Mechanics of Materials (3:3:0)
CE En 304 : Civil Engineering Materials: Metals, Woods, and Composites (1.5:2:3)
CE En 306 : Civil Engineering Materials: Concrete, Masonry, and Asphalt (1.5:2:3)
CE En 321 : Structural Analysis (3:3:0)
CE En 424 : Reinforced Concrete Design (3:3:0)
 
Transportation
Complete the following courses:
CE En 103 : Engineering Mechanics–Statics (2:2:0)
CE En 203 : Engineering Mechanics–Mechanics of Materials (3:3:0)
CE En 304 : Civil Engineering Materials: Metals, Woods, and Composites (1.5:2:3)
CE En 306 : Civil Engineering Materials: Concrete, Masonry, and Asphalt (1.5:2:3)
CE En 341 : Elementary Soil Mechanics (3:2:3)
CE En 351 : Environmental Engineering (3:2:3)
 
Water Resources and Environmental
Complete the following courses:
CE En 103 : Engineering Mechanics–Statics (2:2:0)
CE En 203 : Engineering Mechanics–Mechanics of Materials (3:3:0)
CE En 332 : Hydraulics and Fluid Flow Theory (3:2:3)
CE En 351 : Environmental Engineering (3:3:0)
Complete one of the following courses:
CE En 431 : Hydrology (3:3:0)
CE En 433 : Hydraulic Engineering (3:3:0)
 
Computer Science
Complete the following courses:
C S 142 : Introduction to Computer Programming (3:3:0)
C S 224 : Introduction to Computer Systems (3:3:2)
C S 235 : Data Structures and Algorithms (3:3:0)
C S 236 : Discrete Structures (3:3:0)
C S 240 : Advanced Programming Concepts (4:3:1)
 
Economics
Complete the following courses:
Econ 380 : Intermediate Price Theory I (3:3:0)
Econ 388 : Introduction to Econometrics (3:3:0)
Econ 580 : Advanced Price Theory (3:3:0)
Complete one of the following courses:
Econ 382 : Intermediate Price Theory II (3:3:0)
Econ 478 : Game Theory and Economics (3:3:0)
Econ 581 : Advanced Macroeconomics (3:3:0)
Econ 582 : Topics in Mathematical Economics (3:3:0)
Econ 588 : Advanced Econometrics (3:3:0)
 
Electrical and Computer Engineering
There are three concentrations of electrical and computer engineering:
Circuits
Electromagnetics
Signals and Systems
 
Circuits
Complete the following courses:
EC EN 240 : Circuit Analysis and Laboratory (4:3:3)
EC EN 340 : Electronic Circuit Design 1 (4:3:3)
Complete one of the following courses:
EC EN 443 : Communication and Power Circuits (4:3:3)
EC EN 445 : Introduction to Mixed-Signal VLSI (4:3:3)
 
Electronmagnetics
Complete the following courses:
EC EN 240 : Circuit Analysis and Laboratory (4:3:3)
EC EN 360 : Electromagnetic Fields and Waves (4:3:3)
EC EN 462 : Electromagnetic Radiation and Propagation (2:3:1)
Complete one of the following courses:
EC EN 464 : Wireless Communication Circuits (2:3:1)
EC EN 466 : Introduction to Optical Engineering (2:3:1)
 
Signals and Systems
Complete the following courses:
EC EN 240 : Circuit Analysis and Laboratory (4:3:3)
EC EN 370 : (EC EN – Math 431) Probability Theory (3:3:0)
EC EN 380 : Signals and Systems (4:3:3)
Complete one of the following courses:
EC EN 483 : (EC EN – ME EN 431) Design of Control Systems (4:3:3)
EC EN 485 : Introduction to Digital Communication Theory (4:3:3)
EC EN 487 : Introduction to Discrete-Time Signal Processing (4:3:3)
 
Financial Markets
Complete the following courses:
ECON 388 : Introduction to Econometrics (3:3:0)
ECON 380 : Intermediate Price Theory 1 (3:3:0)
ECON 382 : Intermediate Price Theory 2 (3:3:0)
ECON 450 : Financial Economics (3:3:0)
Recommended but not required:  MATH 435 : Mathematical Finance (3:3:0)
 
Geological Sciences
Complete the following courses:
GEOL 111 : Physical Geology (4:3:2)
GEOL 351 : Mineralogy (4:2:4)
GEOL 352 : Petrology (3:3:2)
GEOL 440 : Solid Earth Geophysics (3:3:0)
Recommended but not required:  GEOL 210 : Field Studies (3:0:9)
 
Manufacturing Systems Design
Complete one of the following courses:
MATH 431 : Probability Theory (also listed as EC EN 370) (3:3:0)
STAT 201 : Statistics for Engineers and Scientists (3:3:0)
MFG 480 : Process Planning and Systems Design (3:3:0)
MFG 533 : Manufacturing Information Systems (3:2:3)
MFG 580 : Manufacturing Simulation (3:3:0)
 
Mathematical Biology
Complete the following courses:
BIO 130 : Biology (4:3:1)
MATH 425 : Mathematical Biology (3:3:0)
Complete two of the following courses:
BIO 350 : Ecology (3:3:0)
BIO 420 : Evolutionary Biology (2:2:0)
MMBIO 240 : Molecular Biology (3:3:1)
PDBIO 360 : Cell Biology (3:3:1)
PDBIO 362 : Advanced Physiology (3:3:1)
PWS 340 : Genetics (2:2:1)
 
Mathematical Theory
Complete four of the following courses:
MATH 355 : Graph Theory (3:3:0)
MATH 371 : Abstract Algebra 1 (3:3:0)
MATH 372 : Abstract Algebra 2 (3:3:0)
MATH 450 : Combinatorics (3:3:0)
MATH 451 : Introduction to Topology (3:3:0)
MATH 465 : Differential Geometry (3:3:0)
MATH 473 : Group Representation Theory (3:3:0)
MATH 485 : Mathematical Cryptography (3:3:0)
MATH 532 : Complex Analysis (3:3:0)
MATH 534 : Introduction to Dynamical Systems 1 (3:3:0)
MATH 540 : Linear Analysis (3:3:0)
MATH 541 : Real Analysis (3:3:0)
MATH 553 : Foundations of Topology 1 (3:3:0)
MATH 554 : Foundations of Topology 2 (3:3:0)
MATH 561 : Introduction to Algebraic Geometry 1 (3:3:0)
MATH 562 : Introduction to Algebraic Geometry 2 (3:3:0)
MATH 565 : Differential Geometry (3:3:0)
MATH 586 : Introduction to Algebraic Number Theory (3:3:0)
MATH 587 : Introduction to Analytic Number Theory (3:3:0)
 
Mechanical Engineering
There are two different concentrations of mechanical engineering:
Dynamic Systems
Fluids and Thermodynamics
 
Dynamic Systems
Complete the following courses:
CE EN 204 : Engineering Mechanic–Dynamics (3:3:0)
EC EN 301 : Elements of Electrical Engineering (3:3:1)
ME EN 335 : Dynamic System Modeling and Analysis (3:3:1)
ME EN 431 : (Me En-EC En 483) Design of Control Systems (4:3:3)
 
Fluid and Thermodynamics
Complete the following courses:
PHSCS 123 : Introduction to Waves, Optics, and Thermodynamics (3:3:1)
ME EN 312 : Fluid Mechanics (3:3:1)
ME EN 321 : Thermodynamics (3:3:0)
ME EN 340 : Heat Transfer (3:3:1)
 
Physics
Complete the following courses:
PHSCS 121 : Introduction to Newtonian Mechanics (3:3:1)
PHSCS 220 : Introduction to Electricity and Magnetism (3:3:0)
Complete two of the following courses:
PHSCS 222  Modern Physics (3:3:0)
PHSCS 321 : Mechanics (3:3:0)
PHSCS 360 : Statistical and Thermal Physics (3:3:0)
PHSCS 471 : Principles of Optics (3:3:1)
PHSCS 441 : Electrostatics and Magnetism (3:3:0)
PHSCS 442  Electrodynamics (3:3:0)
PHSCS 451 : Quantum Mechanics (3:3:0
 
Political Science
Complete the following courses:
ECON 110 : Economic Principles and Problems (3:3:0)
PL SC 200 : Political Inquiry (4:3:1)
Complete two of the following courses:
PL SC 328 : Statistical Analysis (4:3:1)
PL SC 317 : Public Opinion and Voting Behavior (3-4:3:Arr.)
PL SC 318 : Campaigns and Elections (3:3:0)
PL SC 344 : Comparative Political Economy (3:3:0)
PL SC 444 : The Political Economy of Development (3:3:0)
 
Statistics
There are three concentrations of statistics:
Actuarial Science
Biostatistics
Statistics
 
Actuarial Science
Complete the following courses:
STAT 370 : Statistical Theory for Actuaries (3:3:0)
STAT 274 : Theory of Interest (3:3:0)
STAT 475 : Life Contingencies (3:3:0)
STAT 230 : Analysis of Variance (3:3:0)
 
Biostatistics
Complete four of the following courses:
STAT 151 : Introduction to Bayesian Statistics (3:3:0)
STAT 230 : Analysis of Variance (3:3:0)
STAT 330 : Introduction to Regression (3:3:0)
HLTH 345 : Principles of Epidemiology (3:3:0)
BIO 130 : Biology (4:3:1)
MMBIO 240 : Molecular Biology (3:3:1)
 
Statistics
Complete one of the following courses:
STAT 121 : Principles of Statistics (3:3:1)
STAT 151 : Introduction to Bayesian Statistics (3:3:0)
STAT 201 : Statistics for Engineers and Scientists (3:3:0)
STAT 301 : Statistics and Probability for Secondary Educators (3:3:2)
Complete the following courses:
STAT 230 : Analysis of Variance (3:3:0)
STAT 240 : Discrete Probability (3:3:0)
STAT 330 : Introduction to Regression (3:3:0)
STAT 340 : Inference (3:3:0)