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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: Mechanical Engineering-B.S.M.ETOTAL CREDITS:130Part 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 Fall
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CourseTitleCreditsLECourseTitleCreditsLEOral Communication and Languages (OCL)Y3 Spring
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CHEM 1153General Chemistry I4NSCS 1411Introduction to Programming in Matlab4Theorizing Race Power and Justice (RPJ)Y4 Fall
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CHEM 1154General Chemistry Lab I1NSMATH 1297Calculus II5LQRWriting and Information Literacy (WIL)Y1 Spring
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ENGR 1210Introduction to Engineering2PHYS 2013General Physics I4NSPart 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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ENGR 1222Introduction to Solid Modeling2PHYS 2014General Physics Lab I1NSFine Arts (FA)Y4 Spring
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MATH 1296Calculus I5LQRWRIT 1120College Writing3WILHumanities (HUM)Y1 Fall
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LECultural Diversity in the US, Humanities3CD, HUMNatural Sciences with lab (NS)Y1 Fall
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Term credits17Term credits17Social Sciences (SS)Y3 Spring
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Additional CourseY3 Spring
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Year 2: Fall SemesterYear 2: Spring SemesterAdditional CourseY1 Spring
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CourseTitleCreditsLECourseTitleCreditsLEPart III: Key Topics: 3 courses 3 courses
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CE 2015Engineering Statics3CE 2016Engineering Mechanics of Materials3Global Perspectives (GP)Y4 Spring
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MATH 3280Differential Equations with Linear Algebra4EE 2006Electrical Circuit Analysis4Cultural Diversity in US (CD)Y1 Fall
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ME 2105Introduction to Material Science for Engineers3MATH 3298Calculus III4Sustainability (S)Y2 Spring
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PHYS 2015General Physics II4ME 2211Thermodynamics3S
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PHYS 2016General Physics Lab II1ME 2226Dynamics3
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IE 3122Materials Engineering Laboratory2ECON 1022Principles of Economics: Macro3SS
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IE 3130Materials Processing Engineering3IE 3125Engineering Economic Analysis3SS
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ME 3111Fluid Mechanics3ME 4112Heat and Mass Transfer3
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ME 3140System Dynamics and Control3ME 4122
Heat Transfer, Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
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STAT 3411Engineering Statistics3ME 4175Machine Design3
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WRIT 3130Advanced Writing: Engineering (Preferred Course)3LEOral Communication & Languages3OCL
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EMGT 4110Engineering Professionalism and Practice2ME 4050Fundamentals of Nuclear Engineering3
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ME 3222Controls and Kinematics Laboratory2ME 4135Robotics and Controls (Preferred Course)3
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ME 3230Kinematics and Mechatronics3ME 4255Multidisciplinary Senior Design4
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ME 4060Machine Vision and Image Based Robot Control3LEFine Arts, Global Perspectives3FA, GP
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ME 4145CAD/CAM4
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LETheorizing Race, Power, and Justice3RPJ
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