BAS Sample Curriculum

Students Entering Fall 2020 and Beyond

Below is a sample curriculum outlining classes taken for the four years of the BAS degree. This sample reflects the degree requirements for students entering in Fall 2020 and beyond. When making your schedule, keep in mind that electives need to be selected to fulfill distributional requirements in BE, Engineering, Professional Elective, and free categories, according to the e-CPG. Premeds should visit the Premed Office website to be sure they are choosing the right electives.

Freshman Fall (4 CU) Freshman Spring (4.5 CU)
(1.0) MATH 104
(1.5) CHEM 101/053
(1.0) PHYS 140 (Lecture only)
(0.5) BE 100
(1.0) MATH 114
(1.5) CHEM 102/054
(1.0) PHYS 141
(1.0) ENGR 105 (or CIS 120 or higher)
Sophomore Fall (4.5 CU) Sophomore Spring (5 CU)
(1.0) ENM 240
(1.0) BE 200 (Mechanics)
(1.5) BIOL 121 (Molecular Biology I) w/ lab (BIOL 123)
(1.0) Social Science
(1.0) ENM 375 (Statistics)**
(1.0) BE 220 (Materials)
(1.0) BE 270 (Lab Principles)
(1.0) Social Science
(1.0)Humanities
Junior Fall (5 CU) Junior Spring (5 CU)
(1.0) BIOL 215
(1.0) BE 309 (MAD Lab)
(1.0) BE 301, 306, or 350
(1.0) Humanities
(1.0) Free Elective
(1.0) BE 4xx/5xx
(1.0) Engineering
(1.0) Professional Elective*
(1.0) Free Elective
(1.0) Social Science or Humanities
Senior Fall (5 CU) Senior Spring  (4 CU)
(1.0) Engineering
(1.0) BE 497 (Senior Thesis)
(1.0) Professional Elective*

(1.0) SS, H or TBS
(1.0) Free Elective

(1.0) BE 498 (Senior Thesis)
(1.0) BE 4XX/5XX
(1.0) Professional Elective*
(1.0) SS, H or TBS

*A Professional Elective is any math, science, engineering, business, or health-related course.

**Can be fulfilled with ESE 402, STAT 431 or ENM 321

In SSH category- one must fulfill writing requirement, one must fulfill ethics requirement.