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Welcome to USF’s College of Engineering Message from the Dean I am confident that you will find the College of Engineering at the University of South Florida full of excitement, discovery, and tremendous opportunity. It’s the perfect place to bring your interests and curiosity. The engineering community is characterized by a diversity of people, ideas, experiences, and opportunities that will broaden your knowledge and understanding. Among these opportunities are excellent offerings in these engineering academic areas: chemical, civil, computer science, computer engineering, electrical, industrial, information technology and mechanical. I hope you’ll take time to explore all the programs the college has to offer in this brochure.

John Wiencek Dean, College of Engineering

The college is also home to many outstanding faculty, such as Mechanical Engineering Professor Autar Kaw, 2012 U.S. Professor of the Year; Electrical Engineering Professor Richard Gitlin, a National Academy of Engineering member; and Civil Engineering Professor, Rajan Sen, a Jefferson Science Fellow, just to name a few.

Rafael Perez Associate Dean for Academics

Here is a small sample of opportunities for within the College of Engineering

José Zayas-Castro, FIIE Associate Dean of Research Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science

Electrical Engineering

Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering Information Technology Biomedical Engineering Minor Computer Science Minor Information Technology Minor Information Technical Minor

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• Education Abroad programs that provide real-world work and cultural experiences • Research Experiences for Undergraduates program where you perform actual research • Nationally recognized faculty in areas of Sustainability • Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society, the oldest honor society on campus • More than 30 student organizations that will enhance your engineering experience We look forward to helping you achieve all the successes that lie ahead of you. John Wiencek Dean, College of Engineering

College of Engineering Facts How the College of Engineering at the University of South Florida ranks among other engineering programs in the United States (source: ASEE Profiles 2011): • Top 20 in bachelor’s degrees awarded to Hispanics • Top 50 for the number of bachelor’s degrees awarded and in undergraduate enrollment

USF Facts • Ranked #8 in U.S. News & world Report’s 201 national Top 20 “Up-and-Coming Universities” • Ranked #12 “Coolest School” by Sierra magazine in 2012


Real World Opportunities Co-ops and Internships – These programs offer students numerous opportunities to engage with the broader-based engineering, technology and science community and gain valuable on the job experience.

Student Societies and Organizations (not a complete list) • Tau Beta Pi • Chi Epsilon • Eta Kappa Nu • Omega Chi Epsilon • Theta Tau • Upsilon Pi Epsilon • American Institute of Chemical Engineers • American Society of Civil Engineers • Biomedical Engineering Society • Engineers Without Borders • Florida Engineering Society • IEEE Computer Society • IEEE Electrical Engineering Society • INFORMS @ USF • Institute of Transportation Engineers • National Society of Black Engineers • Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers • Society of Women Engineers

Engineering EXPO – This engineering student-run event exposes school children to science and engineering principles in a two-day, on campus event. Research Experiences for Undergraduates – The program gives undergraduate students an opportunity to participate in research projects. Students work as Research Assistants with professors and graduate students on a variety of exciting and interdisciplinary research projects. Scholarships – At the college’s annual Heart of Gold Luncheon, more than 100 scholarships are awarded to USF engineering students totaling more than $150k to provide financial support and recognizing their exceptional efforts. The USF bachelor of science degree programs in Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. The bachelor of science degree program in Computer Science is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET. www.abet.org

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Chemical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering (BSCH)

Nature of the Work Students pursuing the Chemical Engineering Program take course work in advanced chemistry, thermodynamics, fluids, heat and mass transfer, separation processes, and reaction systems. The Chemical Engineering department research resources include well equipped laboratories for polymer synthesis and characterization, supercritical fluid technology, biomedical engineering, instrumentation and sensor developments, as well as laboratories utilized in both teaching and research. Strong collaboration with the College of Medicine, as well as, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Industrial, Civil, Mechanical, and Electrical, permits true interdisciplinary research with outstanding facilities. As many of our students begin work upon graduation in industry or with governmental organizations, the curriculum is designed to prepare them for these roles by requiring a number of courses in the various fields of chemical engineering and by providing limited Median starting salary - $63,000 (NACE spring 2012)

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specialization in one given area. The curriculum is designed to encourage lifelong learning and to prepare students for undertaking advanced studies in engineering or in other professional areas.

USF Department of Chemical & Biomedical Engineering Expertise • • • • •

Biomedicine & Biotechnology Energy Environment & Sustainability Functional Materials & Nanotechnology Neuroengineering

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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ........................................................ 131 credits Entrance requirements into the Department of Chemical & Biomedical Engineering. Completion of the following courses with a minimum grade of C in each course and an overall USF GPA of 2.00 or better. - Calculus I or Engineering Calculus I (MAC2311 or MAC 2281) - General Chemistry I (CHM2045 & 2045L) - Calculus II or Engineering Calculus II (MAC2312 or MAC2282)

- Physics I (PHY2048 & 2048L) - Calculus III or Engineering Calculus III (MAC2313 or MAC2283) - Physics II (PHY2049 & 2049L)

FA L L S E M E S T E R - Y E A R 1

SUMMER SEMESTER

ENC 1101 Composition I.......................................................... 3 MAC 2281 Engineering Calculus I......................................... 4 CHM 2045 General Chemistry I............................................. 3 CHM 2045L General Chemistry I Lab................................... 1 EGN 3000 Foundations of Engineering.................................... R EGN 3000 Lab Foundations of Engineering............................. 1 FKL Human/Diversity & Global Elective................................... 3

CHM 2210 Organic Chemistry I .............................................. 3 CHM 2210L Organic Chemistry I Laboratory .......................... 2 FKL Social & Behavioral Science Elective ............................... 3 ENC 3246 (WI) Communications for Engineers....................... 3

Total ..............................................................................15 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 1 ENC 1102 Composition II ........................................................ 3 MAC 2282 Engineering Calculus II ....................................... 4 CHM 2046 General Chemistry II ........................................... 3 CHM 2046L General Chemistry II Lab ................................. 1 PHY 2048 General Physics I ................................................. 3 PHY 2048L General Physics I Lab ........................................ 1 PHZ 2102† Problems Physics I ............................................. 1

Total ..............................................................................16 FA L L S E M E S T E R - Y E A R 2 MAC 2283 Engineering Calculus III ...................................... 4 PHY 2049 General Physics II................................................ 3 PHY 2049L General Physics II Lab ....................................... 1 EGN 3443 Probability & Statistics for Engineers ..................... 3 FKL Humanities Elective.......................................................... 3 FKL Social & Behavioral Science Elective................................ 3

Total...............................................................................17 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 2 EGN 3433 Modeling & Analysis of Engineering Systems or MAP 2302 Differential Equations ......................... 3 EGN 3343 Thermodynamics ................................................... 3 ECH 3023C Material and Energy Balances ............................. 4 FKL Humanities Elective.......................................................... 3 FKL Fine Arts Elective.............................................................. 3

Total ..............................................................................16 Note: Courses in bold must be completed with an overall grade point average of 2.00. † – Optional, but highly encouraged R – Required course

Total ..............................................................................11 FA L L S E M E S T E R – Y E A R 3 ECH 4123 Thermodynamics ................................................... 3 ECH 4264 Transport Phenomena ............................................ 4 ECH 4846 Numerical Methods in Chemical Eng ..................... 4 Department Upper Level Elective ............................................ 3

Total ..............................................................................14 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 3 ECH 3702 Instrument Systems ............................................... 3 ECH 4265C Mass Transfer Operations ................................... 4 CHM 2211 Organic Chemistry II ............................................. 3 CHM 2211L Organic Chemisty II Lab ...................................... 2 BME4406 Engineering of Biological Systems ......................... 3

Total ..............................................................................15 FA L L S E M E S T E R - Y E A R 4 ECH 4415C Reaction Engineering .......................................... 4 ECH 3240L Chemical Engineering Lab I ................................. 3 EMA 4003 Intro to Materials Science ...................................... 3 ECH 4605 Product & Process Systems .................................. 3 Department Upper Level Elective ............................................ 3

Total ..............................................................................16 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 4 ECH 4241L Chemical Engineering Lab II ................................ 3 ECH 4323C Process Dynamics and Control ........................... 3 ECH 4615 Product and Process Design (CD) ......................... 3 Department Upper Level Elective ............................................ 3

Total ..............................................................................12

Continuation Requirements: C- is the minimum acceptable grade in an engineering course that is a prerequisite for a subsequent course. C- is the minimum acceptable grade in FKL courses. In other engineering courses, any passing grade may be applied but a minimum 2.0 GPA in the following categories must be maintained at all times: Overall, USF, Math/Science, Engineering and Specialization. All math, science and engineering courses must be successfully completed in no more than three registered attempts. Grades of W, I, IF, U, R, and M are considered attempts. Registration that is canceled for nonpayment is also considered an attempt. Gordon Rule (6A) is fully met through the mathematics courses above, ENC1101, ENC1102, ENC 3246 and by selecting one technical or general education elective that is an approved 6A communication course. Gordon Rule communication requirement is met for any student entering USF with 60 or more hours. Exit requirements must be taken at USF. The Capstone Design Requirement (CD) and Writing Intensive (WI) exit requirements are met through ENC3246 and ECH 4615. Course sequence: Courses in bold are critical path courses. These courses should be taken in the recommended sequence as early as possible in preparation for your major. Foundation of Knowledge & Learning (FKL) courses may be taken in any order.

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Civil Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE)

Nature of the Work Civil engineers design and supervise the construction of roads, buildings, airports, tunnels, dams, bridges, and water supply and sewage systems. They must consider many factors in the design process from the construction costs and expected lifetime of a project to government regulations and potential environmental hazards such as earthquakes and hurricanes. Civil engineering, considered one of the oldest engineering disciplines, encompasses many specialties. The major ones are structures, water resources, environmental engineering, transportation, and geotechnical engineering. Many civil engineers hold supervisory or administrative positions, from supervisor of a construction site or city engineer to Chief Executive Officer of a construction or consulting company. Others may work in design, construction, research, and teaching. Median starting salary - $55,300 (NACE spring 2012)

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USF Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering Expertise • • • • • • • •

Structures Water Resources Engineering Mechanics Transportation Materials Geotechnics Environmental Engineering Sustainability

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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING.....................................................................131 credits Entrance requirements into the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Completion of the following courses with a minimum grade of C and an overall grade point average of 2.30 (based on best attempt) for the following courses: - Calculus I or Engineering Calculus I (MAC2311 or MAC2281) - General Chemistry I (CHM2045 & 2045L) - Calculus II or Engineering Calculus II (MAC2312 or MAC2282)

- Physics I (PHY2048, 2048L) - Calculus III or Engineering Calculus III (MAC2313 or MAC 2283) - Physics II (PHY2049 & 2049L)

FA L L S E M E S T E R - Y E A R 1

SUMMER SEMESTER

ENC 1101 Composition I........................................................ 3 MAC 2281 Engineering Calculus I....................................... 4 CHS 2440 Chemistry for Engineers.................................... 3 CHS 2440L Chemistry for Engineers Lab........................... 1 EGN 3000 Foundations of Engineering.................................. R EGN 3000 LAB Foundations of Engineering.......................... 1 FKL Social & Behavioral Science Elective.............................. 3

EGN 3615 Engineering Economics........................................ 3 FKL Human/Diversity & Global Perspective........................... 3 ENC 3246 Communications for Engineers (6A WI)................ 3

Total ...........................................................................15 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 1 ENC 1102 Composition II....................................................... 3 MAC 2282 Engineering Calculus II...................................... 4 GLY 3850 Geology for Engineers........................................... 3 PHY 2048 General Physics I................................................ 3 PHY 2048L General Physics I Lab....................................... 1 EGS 1113 Introduction to Design Graphics........................... 3 PHZ 2102† Problems in Physics I.......................................... 1

Total ...........................................................................18 FA L L S E M E S T E R - Y E A R 2 MAC 2283 Engineering Calculus III..................................... 4 PHY 2049 General Physics II............................................... 3 PHY 2049L General Physics II Lab...................................... 1 *EGN 3311 Statics.................................................................. 3 EGN 4427 Numerical & Computer Tools I.............................. 3 EGN 3365 Materials I............................................................. 3

Total............................................................................17 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 2 MAP 2302 Differential Equations or EGN 3433 Modeling and Analysis of Engineering Systems.................... 3 EGN 3321 Dynamics.............................................................. 3 EGN 3353 Basic Fluid Mechanics.......................................... 3 EGN 3331 Mechanics of Materials......................................... 3 EGN 3331L Mechanics of Materials Lab................................ 1 FKL Humanities Elective........................................................ 3

Total ...........................................................................16

Total .............................................................................9 FA L L S E M E S T E R – Y E A R 3 ENV 4001 Environmental Systems Engineering..................... 3 TTE 4004 Transportation Engineering I.................................. 3 EGN 3343 Thermodynamics.................................................. 3 EGN 3443 Probability & Statistics for Engineers.................... 3 EGN 4454 Numerical & Computer Tools II............................. 3

Total ...........................................................................15 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 3 CES 3102 Structures I............................................................ 3 CWR 4202 Hydraulics............................................................ 3 ENV 4004L Environmental/Hydraulics Lab............................ 1 EGN 3373 Introduction to Electrical Systems I...................... 3 CE Concentration Elective..................................................... 3 FKL Humanities Elective........................................................ 3

Total ...........................................................................16 FA L L S E M E S T E R - Y E A R 4 CEG 4011 Geotechnical Engineering I................................... 3 CEG 4011L Geotechnical/Transportation Lab....................... 1 CE Concentration Elective..................................................... 3 CE Concentration Elective..................................................... 3 FKL Fine Arts Elective............................................................ 3

Total ...........................................................................13 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 4 CE Concentration Elective..................................................... 3 CE Concentration Elective..................................................... 3 CE Capstone Design Requirement (CD)................................ 3 CGN4122 Professional/Ethical Issues in Engineering............ 1 FKL Social & Behavioral Science Elective.............................. 3

Total ...........................................................................13

Note: Courses in bold must be completed with an overall grade point average of 2.30. * - Critical course that begins a five semester sequence † – Optional, but highly encouraged

R – Required course

Continuation Requirements: Requires a minimum grade of “C-” as well as a 2.50 GPA (based on best attempt) averaged over the following courses: EGN 3311 Statics, EGN 3331 Mechanics of Materials, EGN 3353 Basic Fluid Mechanics, EGN 3365 Materials Engineering I. “C-“ is the minimum acceptable grade in each engineering course. A minimum GPA of 2.00 in the following categories must be maintained at all times: Overall, USF, Math/Science, Engineering Courses and Specialization Courses. All math, science and engineering courses must be successfully completed in no more than three registered attempts. Grades of W, I, IF, U, R, and M are considered attempts. Registration that is canceled for non-payment is also considered an attempt.Gordon Rule (6A) is fully met through the mathematics courses above, ENC1101, ENC1102, ENC 3246 and by selecting one technical or general education elective that is an approved 6A communication course. Gordon Rule communication requirement is met for any student entering USF with 60 or more hours. Exit requirements must be taken at USF. The Capstone Design Requirement (CD) and Writing Intensive (WI) exit requirements are met through ENC3246 and ECH 4615. Course sequence: Courses in bold are critical path courses. These courses should be taken in the recommended sequence as early as possible in preparation for your major. Foundation of Knowledge & Learning (FKL) courses may be taken in any order.

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Civil Engineering Concentration AND CAPSTONE DESIGN Requirements Civil Engineering students take one of the 3 tracks listed: S T R U C T U R E S / M AT E R I A L S / G E O T E C H N I C A L T R A C K

CES 4702 Concepts of Concrete Design (R)............................................................................................................... 3 CES 4605 Concepts of Steel Design (R)...................................................................................................................... 3 CGN 4851 Concrete Construction Materials (R).......................................................................................................... 3 CEG 4012 Geotechnical Engineering II or TTE 4005 Transportation Engineering II........................................................................................................................3 Technical Elective .........................................................................................................................................................3 CES 4750 Capstone Structures/Materials/ Geotechnical Design.................................................................................3 E N V I R O N M E N TA L / W AT E R R E S O U R C E S T R A C K

ENV 4417 Water Quality and Treatment (R)......................................................................................................... 3 CWR 4540 Water Resources Engineering (R)..................................................................................................... 3 CEG 4012 Geotechnical Engineering II or

TTE 4005 Transportation Engineering II........................................................................................................................3

Technical Elective................................................................................................................................................ 3 Technical Elective................................................................................................................................................ 3 CWR 4812 Capstone Water Resources/Environmental Design ......................................................................... 3 G E O T E C H N I C A L / T R A N S P O R TAT I O N T R A C K

CGN 4851 Concrete Construction Materials (R)................................................................................................. 3 CEG 4012 Geotechnical Engineering II (R).......................................................................................................... 3 TTE 4005 Transportation Engineering (R)............................................................................................................ 3 Technical Elective ............................................................................................................................................... 3 Technical Elective ............................................................................................................................................... 3 CEG 4850 Capstone Geotechnical/Transportation Design................................................................................. 3 The Program supports the following technical elective courses: CCE 4031 Construction Management ............................................................................................................... 3 CEG 4012 Geotechnical Engineering II .............................................................................................................. 3 CES 4605 Concepts of Steel Design ................................................................................................................. 3 CES 4702 Concepts of Concrete Design ........................................................................................................... 3 CGN 4851 Concrete Construction Materials...................................................................................................... 3 CGN 4933 Special Topics in Civil & Environmental Engr ** ................................................................................ 3 CWR 4540 Water Resources Engineering I......................................................................................................... 3 ENV 4417 Water Quality and Treatment ............................................................................................................. 3 SUR 2101C Engineering Land Surveying ........................................................................................................... 3 TTE 4003 Transportation and Society ................................................................................................................ 3 TTE 4005 Transportation Engineering II ............................................................................................................. 3 **Please see academic advisor for selected special topics courses. (R) = Required for Concentration

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Computer Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BSCP)

Nature of the Work The Computer Engineering program emphasizes the application of engineering principles to the design of computer hardware and software, and devotes additional time to issues of computer architecture and advanced topics in hardware design, including extensive laboratory work. Students in this program also acquire a broad background in engineering topics through related coursework in the College. Graduates from the Department follow rewarding careers in software and hardware development in industry and in government agencies. In addition to providing the credentials necessary for a professional

career, the undergraduate curriculum prepares students for graduate education toward an M.S. or Ph.D. within the Department or at other universities. The Department faculty members are very committed to including undergraduate students in research through the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program. Median starting salary - $67,800 (NACE spring 2012)

USF Department of Computer Science & Engineering Expertise • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Artificial Intelligence Computer Vision Knowledge Discovery Image Analysis Handwriting & Pattern Recognition Image & Face Recognition Optical Character Recognition Automatic Document Handling Systems Applied Algorithms Cheminformatics Graph Theory Theory of Computation Computer Graphics and Animation Pattern Recognition

Send us an email: ugadvisor@cse.usf.edu or call us: (813) 974-3652 or write us: Department of Computer Science and Engineering University of South Florida 4202 East Fowler Avenue, ENB 118 Tampa, FL 33620-5399 or visit us: Engineering Building II on the third floor in ENB 342A

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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING (ECP) (CIP = 14.0901) ................ 128 credits Entrance requirements into the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. Completion of the following courses with an overall 3.00 GPA (based on best attempt in these courses) and a minimum grade of “C” in each course (grades of “C-“ are insufficient). - Calculus I or Engineering Calculus I (MAC2311 or MAC2281) - Composition I & II (ENC 1101, 1102) - Calculus II or Engineering Calculus II (MAC2312 or MAC2282)

- Physics I (PHY2048, 2048L) - Calculus III or Engineering Calculus III (MAC2313 or MAC 2283) - Physics II (PHY2049 & 2049L)

FA L L S E M E S T E R - Y E A R 1

SUMMER TERM - YEAR 2

ENC 1101 Composition I............................................................... 3 Mac 2281 Engineering Calculus I................................................. 4 CHS 2440 Chemistry for Engineers................................................ 3 CHS 2440L Chemistry for Engineers Lab....................................... 1 EGN 3000 Foundations of Engineering...........................................R EGN 3000 LAB Foundations of Engineering................................... 1 FKL Social & Behavioral Science Elective....................................... 3

CDA 3201 Computer Logic Design..................................................3 CDA 3201L Computer Logic Design Lab.........................................1 COP 4530 Data Structures...............................................................3 EGN 4450 Introduction to Linear Systems.......................................2

Total ...................................................................................15 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 1 ENC 1102 Composition II.............................................................. 3 MAC 2282 Engineering Calculus II............................................... 4 PHY 2048 General Physics I......................................................... 3 PHY 2048L General Physics I Laboratory................................... 1 PHZ 2102† Problems Physics I....................................................... 1 *COP 2510 Programming Concepts............................................... 3

Total ...................................................................................15 FA L L S E M E S T E R - Y E A R 2 MAC 2283 Engineering Calculus III...............................................4 PHY 2049 General Physics II.........................................................3 PHY 2049L General Physics II Laboratory...................................1 *COP 3514 Program Design.............................................................3 FKL Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective..................................3

Total ...................................................................................14 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 2 MAP 2302 Differential Equations (or EGN 3433 Modeling and Analysis of Engineering Systems) ...................................................3 *CDA 3101 Computer Organization ................................................3 COT 3100 Introduction to Discrete Structures ................................3 COP 3331 Object-Oriented Design .................................................3 FKL Humanities Elective..................................................................3

Total ...................................................................................15 Note: Courses in bold must be completed with an overall “3.00” GPA (see overleaf)* † – Optional, but highly encouraged * Requires a minimum grade of a “B” R – Required course

Total ..................................................................................... 9 FA L L S E M E S T E R – Y E A R 3 CDA 4205 Computer Architecture................................................... 3 EEE 3394 Electronic Materials........................................................ 3 EGN 3373 Introduction to Electrical Systems I............................... 3 COT 4400 Analysis of Algorithms................................................... 3 CSE Elective.................................................................................... 3

Total ................................................................................... 15 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 3 CDA 4203 Computer System Design...............................................3 CDA 4203L Computer System Design Lab..................................... 1 COP 4600 Operating Systems.........................................................3 EGN 3615 Engineering Economics..................................................3 CSE Hardware Elective....................................................................3 Natural Sciences Elective.................................................................3

Total ................................................................................... 16 FA L L S E M E S T E R - Y E A R 4 CDA 4213 CMOS-VLSI Design....................................................... 3 CDA 4213L CMOS-VLSI Design Lab.............................................. 1 EGN 3443 Probability and Statistics for Engineers................................................................................... 3 ENC 3246 Communication for Engineers (6A WI)........................... 3 CSE Elective.................................................................................... 3 FKL Fine Arts Elective..................................................................... 3

Total ...................................................................................16 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 4 CIS 4910 Senior Project...................................................................2 CIS 4250 Ethical Issues & Professional Conduct (CD).....................3 FKL Human/Diversity & Global Elective...........................................3 FKL Humanities Elective..................................................................3 CSE Hardware Elective....................................................................3

Total ...................................................................................14

Continuation in the Major • Requires a minimum of a “B” in COP 2510. • Requires completion of CDA 3103 and COP 3514 with a minimum grade of “B” in each course based on best attempts (a “B-“ is insufficient). •

With the exception of the courses referred to in the admissions statement above, C- is the minimum acceptable grade in each math, science and engineering course. A minimum GPA of 2.00 in the following categories must be maintained at all times: Overall, USF, Math/Science, Engineering Courses and Specialization Courses.

All math, science and engineering courses must be successfully completed in no more than three registered attempts. Grades of W, I, IF, U, R, and M are considered attempts. Registration that is canceled for non-payment is also considered an attempt.

Gordon Rule (6A) is fully met through the mathematics courses above, ENC 1101, ENC 1102, ENC 3246 and CIS4250. Gordon Rule communication requirement is met for any student entering USF with 60 or more hours. Exit requirements must be taken at USF. Exit requirements must be taken at USF. The Capstone Design (CD) and Writing Intensive (WI) exit requirements are met through ENC 3246 and CIS 4250. Course sequence: Courses in bold should be taken in sequence as early as possible in preparation for your major. Foundation of Knowledge & Learning (FKL) courses may be taken in any order.

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Computer Science

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS)

Nature of the Work The Computer Science program focuses on the design, development, and application of software systems and on the theory of computation. Additional course work in algorithms, discrete structures, object oriented design, data structures, operating systems, digital logic design, computer architecture, and a wide range of advanced electives extend and supplement the core. Graduates from the Department follow rewarding careers in software and hardware development in industry and in government agencies. In addition to providing the credentials necessary for a professional career, the undergraduate curriculum prepares students for graduate education towards an M.S. or Ph.D. within the Department or at other

universities. The Department faculty members are very committed to including undergraduate students in research through the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program. Median starting salary - $58,300 (NACE spring 2012)

USF Department of Computer Science & Engineering Expertise • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Artificial Intelligence Computer Vision Knowledge Discovery Image Analysis Handwriting & Pattern Recognition Image & Face Recognition Optical Character Recognition Automatic Document Handling Systems Applied Algorithms Cheminformatics Graph Theory Theory of Computation Computer Graphics and Animation Pattern Recognition

Send us an email: ugadvisor@cse.usf.edu or call us: (813) 974-3652 or write us: Department of Computer Science and Engineering University of South Florida 4202 East Fowler Avenue, ENB 118 Tampa, FL 33620-5399 or visit us: Engineering Building II on the third floor in ENB 342A

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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE .............................................................120 credits Entrance requirements into the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. Completion of the following courses with an overall 3.00 GPA (based on best attempt in these courses) and a minimum grade of “C” in each course (grades of “C-“ are insufficient). - Calculus I or Engineering Calculus I (MAC2311 or MAC2281) - Composition I & II (ENC 1101, 1102) - Calculus II or Engineering Calculus II (MAC2312 or MAC2282)

- Physics I (PHY2048, 2048L) - Calculus III or Engineering Calculus III (MAC2313 or MAC 2283) - Physics II (PHY2049 & 2049L)

FA L L S E M E S T E R - Y E A R 1

FA L L S E M E S T E R – Y E A R 3

ENC 1101 Composition I...........................................................3 MAC 2281 Engineering Calculus I............................................4 EGN 3000 Foundations of Engineering...................................... R EGN 3000 LAB Foundations of Engineering...............................1 Natural Science Elective..............................................................3 FKL Social and Behavioral Science Elective.............................. 3

CDA 4205 Computer Architecture...............................................3 COT 4400 Analysis of Algorithms...............................................3 EGN 3443 Probability & Statistics for Engineers.........................3 CSE Software Elective.................................................................3 Natural Science Elective..............................................................3

Total .............................................................................. 14 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 1 ENC 1102 Composition II..........................................................3 MAC 2282 Engineering Calculus II...........................................4 PHY 2048 General Physics I.....................................................3 PHY 2048L General Physics I Laboratory...............................1 PHZ 2102† Problems Physics I...................................................1 *COP 2510 Programming Concepts...........................................3

Total .............................................................................. 15 FA L L S E M E S T E R - Y E A R 2 MAC 2283 Engineering Calculus III.............................................4 PHY 2049 General Physics II....................................................3 PHY 2049L General Physics II Laboratory..............................1 *COP 3514 Program Design........................................................3 FKL Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective.............................3

Total............................................................................... 14 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 2 *CDA 3103 Computer Organization............................................3 COP 3331 Object-Oriented Software Design.............................3 COT 3100 Introduction to Discrete Structures............................3 FKL Humanities Elective.............................................................3

Total............................................................................... 12 SUMMER TERM - YEAR 2 CDA 3201 Computer Logic Design.............................................3 CDA 3201L Computer Logic Design Lab....................................1 COP 4530 Data Structures..........................................................3 EGN 4450 Introduction to Linear Systems..................................2

Total .............................................................................. 15 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 3 ENC 3246 Communication for Engineers (WI)........................... 3 COP 4600 Operating Systems....................................................3 CSE Theory Elective....................................................................3 CSE Software Elective.................................................................3 CSE Elective................................................................................3

Total .............................................................................. 15 FA L L S E M E S T E R - Y E A R 4 FKL Fine Arts Elective................................................................ 3 FKL Human/Diversity & Global Elective..................................... 3 FKL Humanities Elective............................................................ 3 CSE Elective............................................................................... 3 CSE Elective............................................................................... 3

Total .............................................................................. 15 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 4 CIS 4250 Ethical Issues and Professional Conduct.................. 3 CSE Elective.............................................................................. 3 CSE Elective............................................................................... 3 Upper Level FKL Humanities, Social Science or FKL Fine Arts Elective............................................................ 3

Total .............................................................................. 12 Notes: Courses in bold must be completed with an overall “3.00” GPA (see overleaf) † - Optional, but highly encouraged * Requires a minimum grade of a “B” R - Required course

Total................................................................................. 9 Continuation in the Major •

Requires a minimum of a “B” in COP 2510.

Requires completion of CDA 3103 and COP 3514 with a minimum grade of “B” in each course based on best attempts (a “B-“ is insufficient).

With the exception of the courses referred to in the admissions statement above, C- is the minimum acceptable grade in each math, science and engineering course. A minimum GPA of 2.00 in the following categories must be maintained at all times: Overall, USF, Math/Science, Engineering Courses and Specialization Courses.

All math, science and engineering courses must be successfully completed in no more than three registered attempts. Grades of W, I, IF, U, R, and M are considered attempts. Registration that is canceled for non-payment is also considered an attemp

Gordon Rule (6A) is fully met through the mathematics courses above, ENC 1101, ENC 1102, ENC 3246 and CIS 4250. Gordon Rule communication requirement is met for any student entering USF with 60 or more hours.

Exit Requirements: Exit requirements must be taken at USF. The Capstone Design (CD) and Writing Intensive (WI) exit requirements are met through ENC 3246 and CIS 4250. Course sequence: Courses in bold should be taken in sequence as early as possible in preparation for your major. Foundation of Knowledge & Learning (FKL) courses may be taken in any order.

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Electrical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE)

Nature of the Work The Electrical Engineering Department at USF offers study in all areas fundamental to Electrical Engineering and the electrical sciences: circuit analysis and design, electronics, communications, electromagnetics, controls, solid state, system analysis, and microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), bioelectrical devices and systems, and power engineering. Basic concepts are augmented with well-equipped laboratories in circuits, electronics, digital systems, microwave techniques, wireless circuits & systems, and controls and communications. In addition, a general-purpose computer facility, a microprocessor and digital signal processing laboratory, and a microelectronics fabrication, design/test and metrology laboratory are available to undergraduate and graduate students. Average starting salary - $57, 300 (NACE spring 2012)

USF Department of Electrical Engineering Expertise • • • • • • • •

Energy/Power Systems Biomedical Systems/Bioengineering Communications/Networking RF/Microwave/EM Signal Processing/Imaging NanoElectronics Circuits/Systems/Controls Materials

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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING .....................................................128 credits Entrance requirements into the Department of Electrical Engineering. Completion of the following courses with a minimum grade of C in each course and an overall grade point average of 3.00 (based on best attempt) for the following courses: - Calculus I or Engineering Calculus I (MAC2311 or MAC2281) - General Chemistry I (CHM2045 & 2045L) - Calculus II or Engineering Calculus II (MAC2312 or MAC2282)

- Physics I (PHY2048, 2048L) - Calculus III or Engineering Calculus III (MAC2313 or MAC 2283) - Physics II (PHY2049 & 2049L)

FA L L S E M E S T E R - Y E A R 1

FA L L S E M E S T E R – Y E A R 3

ENC 1101 Composition I................................................................ 3 MAC 2281 Engineering Calculus I............................................... 4 CHS 2440 Chemistry for Engineers............................................ 3 CHS 2440L Chemistry for Engineers Lab................................... 1 EGN 3000 Foundations of Engineering.......................................... R EGN 3000 LAB Foundations of Engineering.................................. 1 FKL Social & Behavioral Science Elective...................................... 3

EEL 3100 Network Analysis........................................................... 3

Total .................................................................................. 15 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 1 ENC 1102 Composition II...............................................................3 MAC 2282 Engineering Calculus II..............................................4 PHY 2048 Physics I.......................................................................3 PHY 2048L Physics Lab I.............................................................1 PHZ 2102† Problems Physics........................................................1 FKL Fine Arts Elective....................................................................3

EEL 4705 Logic Design.................................................................. 3 EEL 4705L Logic Lab..................................................................... 1 EEL 3115L Lab I (Circuits).............................................................. 1 EEL 4471 Electromagnetics........................................................... 3 EEE 4351C Semiconductor Devices.............................................. 3

Total .................................................................................. 14 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 3 EEL 4102 Linear Systems Analysis................................................ 3 EGN 3375 Electromechanical Systems.......................................... 3 EEL 4744 Microprocessors............................................................ 3 EEL 4743L Microprocessor Lab..................................................... 1

Total .................................................................................. 15

EEE 3302 Electronics I................................................................... 3

FA L L S E M E S T E R - Y E A R 2

Total .................................................................................. 15

MAC 2283 Engineering Calculus III.............................................4 PHY 2049 General Physics II.......................................................3 PHY 2049L General Physics II LAB.............................................1 EGN 3443 Probability & Statistics for Engineers............................3 EGN 3615 Engineering Economics................................................3 FKL Humanities Elective................................................................3

Total................................................................................... 17 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 2 *EGN 3433 Modeling & Analysis of Engineering Systems or MAP 2302 Differential Equations................................3 EGN 3420 Engineering Analysis.....................................................3 *EGN 3373 Electrical Systems I.....................................................3 EEL 2161Electrical Engineering Computing Methods...................3 EEE 3394 Electronic Materials.......................................................3 Total ............................................................................................15

SUMMER SEMESTER EGN 3374 Electrical Systems II......................................................3 ENC 3246 Communications for Engineers (6A WI)........................3 FKL Humanities Elective................................................................3 Total ..............................................................................................9 Note: Courses in bold must be completed with an overall 3.00. * Requires a minimum grade of a “B” † Optional, but highly encouraged

EEL 4423L Wireless Circuits & Systems Lab................................. 2

FA L L S E M E S T E R - Y E A R 4 EEL 4906 Eng. Design & Professionalism (CD)..............................3 EEL 3116L EE Lab II (Electronics)..................................................1 EEL 4657 Linear Control Systems..................................................3 EEL 4657L Linear Controls Laboratory..........................................1 EEE 4301 Electronics II..................................................................3 EEL 4512C Communication Systems............................................3

Total .................................................................................. 14 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 4 EEL 4914 EE Design Project..........................................................3 Tech Elective..................................................................................3 Tech Elective..................................................................................3 FKL Social & Behavioral Science Elective......................................3 FKL Human/Diversity & Global Elective.........................................3

Total ............................................................................................15

R - Required course

Continuation in the Major •

Completion of EGN 3373, EGN 3374, and Differential Equations with grades of B or higher (best attempt)

“C“ is the minimum acceptable grade in each engineering course (except for EGN 3373, EGN 3374 & MAP 2302). A minimum GPA of 2.0 in the following categories must be maintained at all times: Overall, USF, Math/Science, Engineering Courses and Specialization Courses.

All math, science and engineering courses must be successfully completed in no more than three registered attempts. Grades of W, I, IF, U, R, and M are considered attempts. Registration that is canceled for non-payment is also considered an attempt.

Gordon Rule: (6A) is fully met through the mathematics courses above, ENC 1101, ENC 1102, ENC 3246 and by selecting one technical or general education elective that is an approved 6A communication course. Gordon Rule communication requirement is met for any student entering USF with 60 or more hours.

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Exit Requirements: Exit requirements must be taken at USF. The Capstone Design (CD) and Writing Intensive (WI) exit requirements are met through ENC 3246 and EEL 4906. Course sequence: Courses in bold should be taken in sequence as early as possible in preparation for your major. Foundation of Knowledge & Learning (FKL) courses may be taken in any order.


REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING HONORS PROGRAM: I. Admissions Criteria A. Junior status – An invitation to apply will be sent to eligible students at the start of their junior year by the Department of Electrical Engineering and application can be made at that time with decisions made at the end of the first semester, junior year. B. Completion of the core courses required for the Electrical Engineering major with a GPA of at least 3.5 through the completion of the first semester, junior year. C. An overall GPA of at least 3.5 through the completion of the first semester, junior year. D. Recommendation of a committee consisting of Electrical Engineering faculty members and engineering leaders from industry, based upon an application, letters of recommendation, statement of interest, and an interview. II. Requirements for Completion of Departmental Honors A. Completion of requirements for a major in Electrical Engineering with a GPA of at least 3.5 for core courses and an overall GPA of at least 3.5. B. Selection of two (2) Technical Electives in conjunction with a program advisor. One of the courses should be a 4000 level Sustainable Engineering/Green Engineering course and the other should be a course at the 5000/6000 level. C. Nine (9) additional credits (the EE Honors courses) beyond the degree requirements, which include a 4000 level Leadership Forum, 4000 level Internship/Study Abroad/Enrichment Experience, and 5000 level Honors Thesis. These courses are described in the sequel. Continuation Requirements A. Electrical Engineering Leadership Honors Program students failing to complete the EE Honors courses with a grade of “B” or better will not be eligible to continue in the program and will be notified by the Department of Electrical Engineering of their dismissal from the program. B. Electrical Engineering Leadership Honors Program students must complete and defend their Honors thesis in the second semester of their senior year. Students who do not complete this requirement may, upon the recommendation of their Honors thesis supervisor and the Department of Electrical Engineering, be allowed to continue in the program until the final semester prior to their graduation. Under no circumstances shall the extension be for more than one academic year.

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Industrial Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering (BSIE)

Nature of the Work The IMSE faculty and staff are dedicated to creating conditions for student success through innovative teaching, mentoring, cutting edge research and innovation. Research areas and expertise of IMSE faculty members are highly diverse ranging from industrial/business/manufacturing process design/ optimization, design of quality systems, process and product reliability analysis, supply chain logistics and risk analysis, sensor informatics, statistics and machine learning, biomedical informatics, product design and prototyping, healthcare systems modeling, public health policy analysis and design, lean six sigma, and management of technology change, among others. Median starting salary - $58,560 (NACE spring 2010)

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USF Department of Industrial & Management Systems Expertise Artificial Intelligence • Computer Vision • Knowledge Discovery • Image Analysis • Computer Graphics • Pattern Recognition • Geometric Modeling

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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING ..................................................128 credits Entrance requirements into the Department of Industrial and Management Systems Engineering. Completion of the following courses with a minimum grade of C in each course and an overall grade point average of 2.00 (based on best attempt) for the following courses: - Calculus I or Engineering Calculus I (MAC2311 or MAC2281) - General Chemistry I (CHM2045 & 2045L) - Calculus II or Engineering Calculus II (MAC2312 or MAC2282)

- Physics I (PHY2048, 2048L) - Calculus III or Engineering Calculus III (MAC2313 or MAC 2283) - Physics II (PHY2049 & 2049L)

FA L L S E M E S T E R - Y E A R 1

SUMMER SEMESTER

ENC 1101 Composition I........................................................ 3 MAC 2281 Engineering Calculus I ...................................... 4 CHS 2440 Chemistry for Engineers ................................... 3 CHS 2440L Chemistry for Engineers Lab .......................... 1 EGN 3000 Foundations of Engineering .................................R EGN 3000 LAB Foundations of Engineering ......................... 1 FKL Social & Behavioral Science Elective ............................. 3

EGN 3343 Thermo ................................................................. 3 EGN 3615 Engineering Economics (FKL SB)......................... 3 FKL Human/Diversity & Global Elective................................. 3

Total............................................................................ 15

ESI 2009F Intro Engineering Programming............................. 3 Industrial Engr Technical Elective........................................... 3 EIN 4312CF Work Analysis..................................................... 3 EIN 4621F Manufacturing Processes...................................... 3 ESI 4312F Deterministic Operations Research....................... 3

SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 1 ENC 1102 Composition II ...................................................... 3 MAC 2282 Engineering Calculus II ..................................... 4 PHY 2048 General Physics I ............................................... 3 PHY 2048L General Physics I Lab ...................................... 1 PHZ 2102† Problems Physics I.............................................. 1 FKL Humanities Elective........................................................ 3 FKL Fine Arts Elective............................................................ 3

Total............................................................................ 18 FA L L S E M E S T E R - Y E A R 2 MAC 2283 Engineering Calculus III...................................... 4 PHY 2049 General Physics II................................................ 3 PHY 2049L General Physics II Lab....................................... 1 EGN 4450 Linear Systems...................................................... 2 EGN 3443 Probability & Statistics for Engr............................. 3 FKL Humanities Elective......................................................... 3

Total............................................................................ 16 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 2 EGN 3311 Statics ................................................................... 3 EGN 3373 Intro to Electrical Systems I................................... 3 EGS 1113 Design Graphics..................................................... 3 EGN 3433 Modeling & Analysis of Engineering Systems or MAP 2302 Differential Equations ........................ 3 EGN 3365 Materials Engineering I.......................................... 3

Total............................................................................ 15

Total.............................................................................. 9 FA L L S E M E S T E R – Y E A R 3

Total............................................................................ 15 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 3 ESI 4629 Design of Industrial Info Systems........................... 3 EIN 4333S Production Control ............................................... 3 ESI 4221S Industrial Statistics/Quality Control ...................... 3 ESI 4313S Probabilistic OR .................................................... 3 ENC 3246 Communication for Engrs (6A WI)......................... 3

Total............................................................................ 15 FA L L S E M E S T E R - Y E A R 4 EIN 4364CF Facilities Design ................................................. 3 ESI 4606F Engineering Analytics I ......................................... 3 ESI 4244F Design of Experiments .......................................... 3 ESI 4523F Industrial Systems Simulation .............................. 3 Tech Elective Industrial Engineering ...................................... 2

Total............................................................................ 14 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 4 EIN 4243S Human Factors (6A) .............................................. 3 EIN 4891S Capstone Design (CD) .......................................... 3 EIN 4601CS Automation and Robotics .................................. 3 ENC 3246 Communication for Engineers (6A WI) ................. 3 Tech Elective Industrial Engineering ...................................... 3

Total............................................................................ 15 Notes: Courses in bold must be completed with an overall grade point average of 2.00. † - Optional, but highly encouraged R - Required course F – Courses offered only in the fall semester (EIN and ESI courses are taught once a year) S – Courses offered only in the spring semester (EIN and ESI courses are taught once a year) Continuation Requirements: •

Requires a minimum grade of a “C” in each math, science and engineering course.

A minimum GPA of 2.0 in the following categories must be maintained at all times: Overall, USF, Math/Science, Engineering Courses and Specialization Courses.

All math, science and engineering courses must be successfully completed in no more than three registered attempts. Grades of W, I, IF, U, R, and M are considered attempts. Registration that is canceled for non-payment is also considered an attempt.

Gordon Rule: (6A) is fully met through the mathematics courses above, ENC 1101, ENC 1102, ENC 3246 and EIN 4243C. Gordon Rule communication requirement is met for any student entering USF with 60 or more hours. Exit Requirements: Exit requirements must be taken at USF. The Capstone Design (CD) and Writing Intensive (WI) exit requirements are met through ENC 3246 and EIN 4891. Course sequence: Courses in bold should be taken in sequence as early as possible in preparation for your major. Foundation of Knowledge & Learning (FKL) courses may be taken in any order.

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Mechanical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (BSME)

Nature of the Work Mechanical engineering is a discipline of engineering that applies the principles of physics and materials science for analysis, design, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical systems. It is the branch of engineering that involves the production and usage of heat and mechanical power for the design, production, and operation of machines and tools. It is one of the oldest and broadest engineering disciplines. The engineering field requires an understanding of core concepts including mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics, materials science, and structural analysis. Mechanical engineers use these core principles along with tools like computer-aided engineering and product lifecycle management to design and analyze manufacturing plants, industrial equipment and machinery, heating and cooling systems, transport systems, aircraft, watercraft, robotics, medical devices and more. Median starting salary $58,600 (NACE 2012)

USF Department of Mechanical Engineering Expertise • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Biomedical and Tissue Engineering MEMS Biosensors & Biofluids Nano Materials & Manufacturing Clean Energy Technologies Rehabilitation Engineering Compliant Mechanisms Robotics & Controls Composite Materials Sustainable Design & Manufacturing Engineering Education System Dynamics & Vibrations Heat Transfer & Thermo-fluids

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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ....................................................128 credits

Department of Mechanical Engineering Admissions Requirements Entrance requirements into the Department of Mechanical Engineering. Completion of the following courses with a minimum grade of C in each course and an overall grade point average of 3.00 (based on all attempts unless grade forgiveness is used) for the following courses: - Calculus I or Engineering Calculus I (MAC2311 or MAC2281) - General Chemistry I (CHM2045 & 2045L) - Calculus II or Engineering Calculus II (MAC2312 or MAC2282)

- Physics I (PHY2048, 2048L) - Calculus III or Engineering Calculus III (MAC2313 or MAC 2283) - Physics II (PHY2049 & 2049L)

FA L L S E M E S T E R - Y E A R 1

SUMMER SEMESTER

ENC 1101 Composition I......................................................3 MAC 2281 Engineering Calculus I.....................................4 CHS 2440 Chemistry for Engineers..................................3 CHS 2440L Chemistry for Engineers Lab.........................1 EGN 3000 Foundations of Engineering............................... R EGN 3000 LAB Foundations of Engineering Lab.................1 FKL Humanities Elective......................................................3

EGN 3343 Thermodynamics I..............................................3 EGN 3443 Probability & Statistics for Engineers..................3 EML 3500 Mechanics of Solids............................................3 FKL Human/Diversity & Global Elective...............................3

Total.......................................................................... 15 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 1 ENC 1102 Composition II.....................................................3 MAC 2282 Engineering Calculus II....................................4 PHY 2048 General Physics I..............................................3 PHY 2048L General Physics I Lab.....................................1 PHZ 2102† Problems Physics I............................................1 FKL Fine Arts Elective..........................................................3

Total.......................................................................... 15 FA L L S E M E S T E R - Y E A R 2 MAC 2283 Engineering Calculus III...................................4 PHY 2049 General Physics II.............................................3 PHY 2049L General Physics II Lab....................................1 *EGN 3311 Statics................................................................3 FKL Social and Behavioral Science Elective........................3

Total.......................................................................... 14 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 2 EGN 3321 Dynamics............................................................3 EGN 3365 Materials Engineering I.......................................3 EGN 3373 Electrical Systems I.............................................3 EML 3035 Programming Concepts......................................1 MAP 2302 Differential Equations..........................................3 FKL Social and Behavioral Science Elective........................3

Total.......................................................................... 16 Note: Courses in bold must be completed with an overall grade point average of 2.50. * - Critical course that begins a 5 semester sequence. R – Required course. † - Optional, but highly encouraged

Total.......................................................................... 12 FA L L S E M E S T E R – Y E A R 3 EML 3041 Computational Methods.....................................3 EML 3701 Fluid Systems......................................................3 EML 3022 Computer Aided Design......................................3 EML 4325 Mechanical Manufacturing Processes................3 ENC 3246 Communication for Engineers (6A WI)................3

Total.......................................................................... 15 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 3 EML 4501 Machine Design..................................................3 EML 3303 Mechanical Engineering Lab I.............................3 EML 4123 Heat Transfer.......................................................3 Approved Technical/Design/Science Elective......................3 EML 3262 Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery.............3

Total.......................................................................... 15 FA L L S E M E S T E R - Y E A R 4 EML 4106C Thermal Systems..............................................3 EML 4302 Mechanical Engineering Lab II............................3 EML 4220 Vibrations............................................................3 Approved Technical/Design/Science Elective......................3 FKL Humanities Elective......................................................3

Total.......................................................................... 15 SPRING SEMESTER - YEAR 4 EML 4312 Mechanical Controls...........................................3 EML 4551 Capstone Design (CD)........................................3 Approved Technical/Design/Science Elective......................3 Approved Technical/Design/Science Elective......................3

Total.......................................................................... 12

Continuation Requirements:

“C-“ is the minimum acceptable grade in an engineering course that is a prerequisite for a subsequent course and in FKL courses. A minimum GPA of 2.00 in the following categories must be maintained at all times: Overall, USF, Math/Science, Engineering Courses and Specialization Courses.

All math, science and engineering courses must be successfully completed in no more than three registered attempts. Grades of W, I, IF, U, R, and M are considered attempts. Registration that is canceled for non-payment is also considered an attempt.

Gordon Rule: (6A) is fully met through the mathematics courses above, ENC 1101, ENC 1102, ENC 3246 and by selecting one technical or general education elective that is an approved 6A communication course. Gordon Rule communication requirement is met for any student entering USF with 60 or more hours. Exit Requirements: Exit requirements must be taken at USF. The Capstone Design (CD) and Writing Intensive (WI) exit requirements are met through ENC 3246 and EML 4551. Course sequence: Courses in bold should be taken in sequence as early as possible in preparation for your major. Foundation of Knowledge & Learning (FKL) courses may be taken in any order.

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Information Technology

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY.................................................. 120 credits

Information Technology Admissions Requirements Program Requirements Prior to Admission (approximately 60 semester credit hours) Students should complete their associate’s degree or 60 transferable credit hours at the local community college or another college or university prior to admission into USF. Limited access programs have additional prerequisite and GPA requirements for admission into the college or program of their choice. Lower level prerequisite courses are available at USF. General Education Requirement To earn a bachelor’s degree from the University of South Florida, you must complete the state-required general education course work. These are lower level courses that are required for all undergraduate students. These general education courses are automatically satisfied with an Associate of Arts degree from a regionally accredited Florida public college or university. Prerequisite Courses Required Students should complete the prerequisite courses listed below at the lower level prior to entering the university. If these courses are not taken at the community college, they must be completed before the degree is granted. Unless stated otherwise, a grade of C is the minimum acceptable grade. • • • •

PSY 2012 Introduction to Psychological Science* STA 2023 Probability and Statistics* ECO 2013 Economic Principles (Macroeconomics)* CGS XXXX Any Database Course COP 2930 IT Programming Concepts

• • •

COP 2224 Object Oriented Programming MAC 1140 Pre-Calculus Course* PHY XXXX Any Physics Course*

M** XXXX Discrete Mathematics Course

*

These courses count toward the General Education Requirement noted above.

Nature of the Work The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) program emphasizes knowledge-based computer and information technology, including programming, applications, networking, systems administration and the management of a variety of computing environments. This program features the required core of computing discipline courses necessary to give the future IT professionals a long-term handle on their careers. At the same time, the degree program is unique in its flexibility-because it has to be. IT is an extremely wide-ranging, rapidly evolving field of work, and no “cookiecutter” degree program will work for such a breadth of career options. Therefore, the BSIT includes five IT-related electives-courses selected by the student as appropriate to the IT specialty or industry sector they wish to enter. These can be courses offered by the department, or even by other departments. A person aiming for an IT career in hospitals, for example, may elect to take some courses in health care or public health. A person who wishes to specialize in security can take information security courses offered by the IT department. 20

When it comes to preparing students for a career and then helping them find their first position, this program includes two required courses with this specifically in mind. IT Senior Seminar exposes students to outside speakers on a wide range of topics, including IT career opportunities. Our “capstone” course, Senior Project in Information Technology, provides students an opportunity to demonstrate their mastery of IT skills, as well as their communication and critical thinking abilities. The senior project is frequently an internship with a local firm or agency. These experiences not only provide an important item on the student’s resume, but may themselves lead to a job offer. Median starting salary $52,000 (NACE spring 2012)

USF Department of Information Technology Expertise • • • • •

Programming Applications Networking Systems Administration Computing Environment Management

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Biomedical Engineering

Minor in Biomedical Engineering

MINOR IN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING ......................................................................................15 credits This biomedical engineering minor is a 15 credit hour program that is open to all engineering majors and other students that meet the prerequisites listed below. For engineering majors, at least 9 hours beyond the B.S. in any Engineering discipline must be completed for the biomedical engineering minor. Student must register with the Department of Chemical & Biomedical Engineering undergraduate advisor prior to starting this minor program. Departments within the College of Engineering are currently developing additional courses that will be added to the list of courses that can be applied to this minor, so consultation with the advisor will ensure that students are informed of all offered courses. PREREQUISITE COURSES: CREDITS

1. Biology I: BSC 2010..........................................................................................................................3-4 2. Calculus II: MAC 2282, MAC 2233, or MAC 2312............................................................................ 3-4 3. Physics II: PHY 2049 or PHY 2054................................................................................................... 3-4 4. General Chemistry II: CHM 2046...................................................................................................... 3-4 REQUIRED COURSES (6 CREDITS)

ECH 4931 Biomedical Engineering..........................................................................................................3 BME 4406 Engineering of Biological Systems......................................................................................... 3 The remaining 9 credits can be taken from the following list: ECH 6417 Bioseparations........................................................................................................................3 ECH 4931 Special Topics in Chemical Engineering**..............................................................................3 PHZ 4702 Applications of Physics to Biology & Medicine I.....................................................................4 PHZ 4703 Applications of Physics to Biology & Medicine II....................................................................4 BCH 3023 Introductory Biochemistry......................................................................................................3 EIN 4313C Human Factors......................................................................................................................3 BME 5006 Theory and Design of Bioprocesses......................................................................................3 EIN 5245 Work Physiology/Biomechanics...............................................................................................3 BME 5040 Pharmaceutical Engineering...................................................................................................2 ECH 5748 Selected Topics in Biomedical Engineering**................................................................... 1-10 BME 5748 Selected Topics in Biomedical Engineering **........................................................................3 *Please see academic advisor for required special topics courses. **Please see academic advisor for selected special topics courses.

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Computer Science Minor

Minor in Computer Science

MINOR IN COMPUTER SCIENCE ................................................................................................... 18 credits This Computer Science minor is an 18 credit hour program that is open to all students, except for Department majors, that meet the prerequisites listed below. The Computer Science minor is expected to be very attractive to students in other Engineering departments, and to students in Mathematics and the Sciences (including Physics, Chemistry, and Biology). Students must register with the Department of Computer Science and Engineering undergraduate advisor prior to starting this minor program. Consultation with the Department undergraduate advisor will ensure that students are informed of all offered courses. All catalog prerequisites and registration requirements must be met for enrollment in any of the courses required for the minor. All students desiring to pursue the minor must meet the same entry and continuation requirements as a Departmental major. PREREQUISITE COURSES:

1. Calculus I and II (MAC 2281 and MAC 2282 are recommended) 2. Physics I and II with lab (PHY 2048/2048L and PHY 2049/2049L are recommended) 3. Programming Concepts COP 2510 or other approved introductory programming course REQUIRED COURSES (12 CREDITS)

COP 3514 Program Design...................................................................................................................... 3 CDA 3103 Computer Organization........................................................................................................... 3 COP 3331 Object Oriented Design.......................................................................................................... 3 COP 4530 Data Structures....................................................................................................................... 3 The remaining six credit hours can be taken from electives offered by the Department. Specialty tracks in hardware, software,theory, and many other areas can be defined in consultation with the Department undergraduate advisor. A specific pre-graduate school track (requiring a total of 21 hours) intended for students planning to seek admission into the Department graduate program has been defined as follows:

COT 4400 Analysis of Algorithms............................................................................................................ 3 COP 4600 Operating Systems................................................................................................................. 3 CDA 4205 Computer Architecture............................................................................................................ 3 Successful completion of the minor requires a minimum 2.0 GPA in the above listed courses.

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY GENERAL MINOR

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TECHNICAL MINOR

IT GENERAL MINOR

IT TECHNICAL MINOR

15 credits

24 credits

The IT General Minor is aimed at providing a good understanding of the concepts underlying information technology while letting students choose four elective topics in which to specialize. These electives encompass a wide spectrum of topics such as programming, networking and web design, human computer interface and security management. The outcome of this program is to build a solid culture of IT technologies and disciplines from scratch. There are no prequisites to enter the IT General Minor

The IT Technical Minor enforces basic scientific prerequisites and requires students to attend three core IT courses meant to give them the conceptual and technical basis necessary to successfully dwell in more advanced topics. The elective part of the technical minor is composed of two electives to be chosen from a larger set of courses, including database systems and operating systems. Successful students are expected to develop a conceptual understanding of the IT field while developing programming skills to strengthen their major.

REQUIRED COURSE

PREREQUISITE COURSES

CGS 3303 IT Concepts (3 credits)

COP 2930 IT Programming Concepts (3 credits) COT 3100 Introduction to Discrete Structures (3 credits)

Select four courses from the following list

PHY XXXX Physics (3 credits)

CDA 3101 Computer Organization for IT (3 credits)

REQUIRED COURSES

CEN 3722 Human-Computer Interfaces for IT (3 credits)

COP 3515 Program Design for IT (3 credits)

CIS 4361 IT Security Management (3 credits)

CGS 3303 IT Concepts (3 credits) EEL 4854 Data Structures and Algorithms for IT (3 credits)

CIS 4412 IT Resource Management (3 credits)

Select four courses from the following list

COP 3515 Program Design for IT (3 credits)

CDA 3101 Computer Organization for IT (3 credits)

EEL 4782 Computer Information Networks for IT (3 credits) EEL 4854 Data Structures and Algorithms for IT (3 credits) ETG 4931 Special Topics in Technology I (1-5 credits) ETG 4932 Special Topics in Technology II (1-5 credits)

CEN 3722 Human-Computer Interfaces for IT (3 credits) CEN 4031 Software Engineering Concepts for IT (3 credits) CIS 4361 IT Security Management (3 credits) CIS 4412 IT Resource Management (3 credits) COP 4610 Operating Systems for IT (3 credits) COP 4703 Database Systems for IT (3 credits) EEL 4782 Computer Information Networks for IT (3 credits) ETG 4931 Special Topics in Technology I (1-5 credits) ETG 4932 Special Topics in Technology II (1-5 credits) 23


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