College of Science and Engineering (CSE)

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Math

Students typically take Math 1371 CSE Calculus I in their first semester in CSE.

If a student places into Math 1051 Precalculus I, they should consider reviewing the materials and retesting. If a student places into Math 1051 Precalculus I again on their second attempt, they should take Math 1155 (accelerated pre-calculus).

If a student places into Math 1151 Precalculus II, they should consider reviewing the materials and retesting. If a student places into Math 1151 Precalculus II again on their second attempt, they should take Math 1151.

If a student places into Math 1371 CSE Calculus I, they should take this course.

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Chemistry

If a student places into Chem 1015 Introductory Chemistry and plans to pursue chemistry-based major, they should engage in the learning modules to master the knowledge required with the goal of placing into CHEM 1061/1065. If a student does not master the chemistry content required for CHEM 1061/1065, the student must remain registered for CHEM 1015.

If a student places into Chem 1015 Introductory Chemistry and does not plan to pursue chemistry-based major, they may choose to review the learning modules to master the knowledge required with the goal of placing into CHEM 1061/1065. If a student does not master the chemistry content required for CHEM 1061/1065, the student must remain registered for CHEM 1015.

Chemistry based majors include: Biomedical Engineering, Bioproducts & Biosystems Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering.

If a student places into Chem 1061/1065 Chemical Principles I, they should take this course unless they have previous AP/IB/transfer credits.