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University of Minnesota Duluth
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Swenson College of Science and Engineering
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The sample plan below shows you one of several possible ways to complete this degree. Your academic plan may look different if you have already fulfilled some requirements, your math placement, overlapping liberal education electives, if you are pursuing an additional major(s) and/or minor(s), or if courses don't fit your schedule in a given term. Please work with your academic advisor to ensure that you are on track to graduate on time.LE ChecklistCourses
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Sample Plan: Earth and Environmental Science B.STOTAL CREDITS:128Part I: Language, Reasoning Skills, and Theorizing Power4 courses
1 course from each category
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Year 1:Fall SemesterYear 1: Spring SemesterLogic and Reasoning (LQR)Y1 Spring
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CourseTitleCreditsLECourseTitleCreditsLEOral Communication and Languages (OCL)Y1 Fall
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CS 1511Computer Science I5ECON 1022Principles of Economics: Macro3SSTheorizing Race Power and Justice (RPJ)Y4 Fall
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EE 1001Introduction to Electrical Engineering2EE 1315Digital Logic4Writing and Information Literacy (WIL)Y1 Fall
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MATH 1296Calculus I4LQRMATH 1297Calculus II5LQRPart II: Knowledge Domains6 courses
1 course from each of the 4 categories.
Nat Sci must include lab.
2 additional courses in any two categories (must be diff subject than first course in category)
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LEOral Communication & Languages3OCLPHYS 2013General Physics I4NSFine Arts (FA)Y4 Spring
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WRIT 1120College Writing3WILPHYS 2014General Physics Lab I1NSHumanities (HUM)Y2 Fall
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Term credits17Term credits17Natural Sciences with lab (NS)Y1 Spring
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Social Sciences (SS)Y1 Spring
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Year 2: Fall SemesterYear 2: Spring SemesterAdditional CourseY2 Spring
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CourseTitleCreditsLECourseTitleCreditsLEAdditional CourseY3 Fall
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EE 2325Microprocessor Systems4CHEM 1153General Chemistry I4NSPart III: Key Topics: 3 courses 3 courses
1 course from each category, can double dip with Part II
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EE 2006Electrical Circuit Analysis4CHEM 1154General Chemistry Lab I1NSGlobal Perspectives (GP)Y3 Fall
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PHIL 3325Environmental Ethics4HUM, SEE 2111Linear Systems and Signal Analysis4Cultural Diversity in US (CD)Y4 Spring
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PHYS 2015General Physics II4EE 2212Electronics I4Sustainability (S)Y2 Fall
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PHYS 2016General Physics Lab II1MATH 3280Differential Equations with Linear Algebra4
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EE 3151Control Systems4CE 2015Engineering Statics3
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EE 3235Electronics II4EE 3445Electromagnetics Fields3
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MATH 3298Calculus III4EE 4501Power Systems4
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LECultural Diversity in the US, Fine Arts3CD, FASTAT 3611Introduction to Probability and Statistics4
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WRIT 3130Advanced Writing: Engineering3
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EE 4151Digital Control Systems Design3EE 4161Linear State = Space Control Systems 3
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EE 4533Grid - Resiliency, Efficiency and Technology3EE 4171Introduction to Robotics and Mobile Control Architecture3
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EE 4621Microelectronics Technology 3EE 4951Design Workshop4
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EE 5501Energy Conversion Systems3LEFine Arts, Humanities, or Social Sciences* with Global Perspectives3FA, HUM, SS* & GP
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LETheorizing Race, Power, and Justice3RPJ
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*Two courses taken in a category must be different subjects within the category (ex. COMM and ANTH).
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