College: Cullen College of Engineering
1 Refer to the University of Houston Admissions website for information on equivalents and substitutions and for information on advanced placement examinations.
2 Students not qualified to enter MATH 1431 must complete MATH 1300 , MATH 1310 and/or MATH 1330 , as indicated by results of the Mathematics placement examination, prior to enrolling in MATH 1431 .
3 Students must complete successfully one chemistry elective, two technical electives and one science elective chosen from a list published by the Department of Chemical Engineering twice a year. These electives must be chosen from within one of the following six specialties: Process Engineering, Biotechnology, Electronic Materials, Process Control, Environmental Engineering and Petroleum Engineering. Students must also complete successfully either Biochemical Engineering or Materials Science & Engineering II.
4 This degree may require three additional semester hours. Note the graphics requirement described under this department section.
5 Students must complete four electives chosen from any CIVE 4000- or 5000-level courses, with the approval of the undergraduate advisor. CIVE 6000-level or appropriate courses outside CIVE may be considered.
6 A list of approved Technical Communication courses will be available in the department and posted on the departmental Web site.
7 Electives in the BSEE Degree Program are described on the ECE Department website.
8 Electives in the BSCpE Degree Program are described on the ECE Department website.
9 Approved technical courses are MATH 3336 , MATH 3333 , MANA 3335 , MIS 3370 , and INDE 4388 . Other technical courses must be approved in advance by the Industrial Engineering departmental advisor.
10 Electives can be chosen from any MECE 5000 -level course, or upon approval of the department, a MECE 6000 -level course or an appropriate course outside of MECE.
11 Electives can be chosen from any upper-level course (BIOE 3000, 4000, or 5000), with the approval of the undergraduate advisor. BIOE 6000-level course, or an appropriate course outside of BIOE may be considered.