Engineering and Public Policy CIVIL ENGINEERING Registration and Advising for Fall, 2009 Registration: April 20 – 24, 2009

Advising: April 13 – 17, 2009
IMPORTANT NOTE: There are numerous changes to the Civil Engineering Curriculum starting with the class of 2010, and additional changes for the Class of 2012. Please refer to Section IX, and to the curriculum charts and tally sheets at the end of this packet. Before registration week, please make an appointment with your advisor to select courses. Before meeting with your advisor, familiarize yourself with requirements, have alternate schedules picked, and have any questions you may need answered ready. You should attempt to consult with your Civ E assigned advisor first: They are the ones who ultimately control your fate within your primary department. If you are having problems connecting with them, or they are unclear about specific EPP double major requirements, you should consult me, Mark Kieler, PH 126C. Call me or send an E mail with times you can meet, and we will work something out. I know this is easy to say, but please don’t wait until the last minute: Sometimes a question that seems simple on the surface may not be that easy to resolve, and you don’t want to be sitting on the registration sidelines while it gets resolved. If you are assigned an advisor other than the listed EPP double major advisor, you should attempt to consult with your assigned advisor first: They are the ones who ultimately control your fate within your primary department. If you are having problems connecting with them, or they are unclear about specific EPP double major requirements, you should consult me, Mark Kieler, PH 126C. Call me or send an E mail with times you can meet, and we will work something out. I know this is easy to say, but please don’t wait until the last minute: Sometimes a question that seems simple on the surface may not be that easy to resolve, and you don’t want to be sitting on the registration sidelines while it gets resolved. You may wish to consider switching your advisor to an Civ E / EPP joint faculty member if you are having difficulties with your current advisor understanding or accommodating the double major. ADVISORS See Civ E Assigned Advisor (Civ E-EPP Joint Faculty who advise undergraduates) Professor Peter Adams PH 113 x8-5624 Professor Cliff Davidson PH 123E x8-2951 Professor Scott Matthews PH 118L x8-6218 Professor Mitchell Small PH 123K x8-8782 Catalog Pitfalls. Be sure you know which catalog applies to you! The general rule is that, in terms of departmental requirements, you are “grandfathered” (grandpersoned??) under the rules of the catalog (and addendums where applicable) under which you were first enrolled. An exception may occur where a student has taken a required additional time to get a degree. Within that period, changes in a department’s curriculum may occur. This results in course changes and modifications that make it impossible to meet the original catalog requirements. Most of you are governed under one of the following: • • • The ’06-08 Catalog (S10 Seniors) The ’06-08 Catalog modified by the ’07 Addendum (S10 Juniors) The ’08-10 Catalog (S10 Sophomores) peteradams@cmu.edu cliff@andrew.cmu.edu hsm@andrew.cmu.edu ms35@andrew.cmu.edu

I have “file” copies of these to view in case you have inadvertently sent yours to the Great Beyond, and some are available on the CMU website. If you have any doubt as which rules apply to you, or your initial enrollment occurred prior to these catalogs, see your primary department advisor. EPP Double Major: The Basics

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and one other of your choosing. Be aware that 88-302 and 88223 have a prob / stat pre. 36-220 is usually the first course taken. IMPORTANT ECONOMICS NOTE: Econ now requires 73-150. I. the likelihood of a major conflict increases if you wait. II. it is vital to use the list for the current semester!). • Four Technical Electives. Again. The first is 73-100 as described in the previous paragraph. a few semesters’ rest. 36-221. or 19-426. Microeconomics. The humanistic Studies and Writing / Expression course requirements must be me by taking the courses. Six EPP Social Analysis Electives: These courses replace the five “Humanities Depth Sequence” and “Non technical Electives” for CIT Single Major programs. These must be chosen from the EPP Technical Electives List of Again. Of these. as they will inevitably conflict with required courses expected to be taken in subsequent years. • Two social analysis electives are tightly specified. • • General Requirements for EPP Double Majors: More Details. So you will still need to take that course if you want to pursue advanced econ electives. Specific instructions for your major are given later. PLEASE SEE THE IMPORTANT NOTE IN SECTION IV BELOW REGARDING STATS COURSE CONFLICTS! Two EPP Project Courses.) So a course number that was acceptable last semester or last year may no longer have suitable content. Make sure you take the EPP required (core) courses as soon as possible. as these courses are scheduled so as to minimize conflicts in the year and semester they are most likely to be taken. The remaining four Social Analysis Electives must be chosen from the EPP Social Analysis Electives list for a given semester. Your major may require one of these courses. Two statistics courses of the following 36-217. This is the first required EPP course most students encounter. or gaining Advance Placement / Transfer credit.or co-requisite. which meets the “Cognitions and Institutions” requirement. In some majors. Always select your Engineering Core Courses First! Many times it becomes very difficult to make up these courses. We will accept other AP econ credit for the EPP requirement. 36-220. In addition. If you are ahead of schedule.The EPP double major curriculum requires the following of all students • • EPP Sophomore Seminar. the EPP core courses are usually not large enough to have multiple lecture and recitation times (73-100 is about the only exception to this rule!) 2 . The second is a Decision Analysis Course which must be one of 88-223. IMPORTANT! ALWAYS USE THE CURRENT SEMESTER LIST! Many departments change the course offered under a given number without giving that number a “moratorium” (that is. They have also made 73-100 course a pre-requisite for 73-150. Unlike many other required courses. as a pre-requisite for the 73-200 macroeconomics course. BUT Econ will only accept 73-100 AP credit (which they have now begun to grant) as acceptable for admission into subsequent econ courses. we require 73-100. consult with your advisor about possible options. or 36-310. 19-451 / 19-452. one or two of the technical electives must be a certain course. so you will obviously take that one. 88-302. or chosen from a more restricted list.

AND who are taking project in their final semester. 73-100 should be taken. The acceptable courses are: First course: Second Course: OR 36-220 Engineering Statistics & Quality Control. in the freshman year. If this was not possible. The only other practical alternative is to take the “science” intro course 36-225. and tell me which stats course you’ve already taken.III. so try to get them in as soon as possible! IV. IMPORTANT!!! 36-217 CONFLICTS With the elimination of 36-310. In spring semesters. most notably 36-226 which is the second course in the “science” stats sequence. 36-217 Probability Theory and Random Processes 36-310 Fundamentals of Statistical Modeling 36-220 is already in the Civil Engineering single major curriculum. essentially. So students who have not taken their second stats course. 36-310 CAUTIONS: A. 73-100 and Decision Analysis. but it is not offered in the spring. This semester 88-302 is being offered. EPP requires a Decision Analysis (DA) course. 88-302 HAS A STATISTICS COURSE PREREQUISITE. 36-310 is no longer being offered in spring semesters. indeed. as it is bound to conflict with some other important course if you put it off. ideally. You can still register for the class if you have already had one of the other statistics courses. We have considered other advanced stats courses. have a conflict issue. I will E mail this information to the statistics department and they will let you into the course. Please notify me that you are attempting to register for this course. Only the following courses are acceptable: 88-223 Decision Analysis and Decision Support Systems OR 88-302 Behavioral Decision Making OR 19-426 Environmental Decision Making (currently on hiatus). the only practical second stats course. 3 . do it this fall!!! 2. 36-217 has now become. Please take 73-100 as soon as you can. You must take two semesters of probability and statistics courses. It is best to take the first course in the fall of the junior year. The Decision Analysis courses very often conflict with a required primary major course. stats schedules 36-217 in a time slot that conflicts with the EPP project course. BUT. the fall of sophomore year is the next best choice. for any other “advanced’ stats course. IF you have already taken 36-220 and you want to take 36-310. 36-310 has the following prerequisite structure: (21112 or 21116 or 21121 or 21120) AND (36303 or 36309 or 36247 or 362). The second course is taken in place of a single major CIT “Free Elective. and will likely disappear altogether after the Fall ’09 offering.” IMPORTANT STATISTICS NOTES: 1. B. stats does not accept 36-220 as a prerequisite for 36-226 or. In addition to 73-100. but you will probably get put on the waitlist.

Undergraduate Research in EPP –19-550. EPP Project Courses. or Senior Undergraduate Research –19-620. or special permissions that may be required for some courses. you must arrange your schedule so as to take 36-220 in that semester • even if it means taking 36-217 first (as it would if you’re taking project and stats in spring of senior year). Undergraduate Research. You must have some definite research plans with EPP faculty before you can register for any research number. but it has probably been chosen so as to avoid conflicts with numerous other core courses. Humanistic Studies (Cultural Analysis) course. (2. so I can not predict an outcome at this point in time. as your first stats course. or for specialization in one particular area. talk with your advisor and the project faculty to see if this is acceptable. the remaining 5 courses replace the 36 units of humanities depth sequence and 18 units of non technical elective requirements for CIT single majors. We will request Stats to change their spring 36-217 time. Four EPP technical electives are required of EPP double majors.cmu. If you are also doing a minor in CIT. one or two project courses with different topics will be offered each semester. Valid EPP undergraduate research numbers are the following: Undergraduate Directed Study in EPP –19-500. one of the required EPP technical electives is satisfied by two 6 unit courses from the Civil Engineering core. students can register for projects beginning in their junior year (and. EPP Technical Electives.or co-requisites. this may be difficult due to scheduling conflicts. Other Important Items. and the second is 27-557 Selection and Performance of Materials. Most students take these in the Spring of their junior year and Fall of their senior year. As with other out-of-sequence courses. 4 . To accommodate the requirements of the Civ E curriculum. Social Analysis electives are drawn from almost every CMU department. Be sure to check for pre. EPP majors may take 9 units of undergraduate research or independent study (directed reading) in EPP as one of the EPP technical electives. You may select the other three courses from the EPP technical elective list VIII. Depending on the number of students enrolled. Writing and Expression course (76-101..html If you have not taken these during Freshman year. EPP Double Majors must complete the two CIT freshman requirements: 1.cit. Junior Undergraduate Research –19-610. above. in special cases. then go to class on the first day for more details. they will have to be taken before you graduate. EPP tech electives may be double counted for the minor. IX.) if you wish to do this.edu/undergrads/general_education.) If you plan to take a stats course in a spring semester when you also plan to do project. (Including Catalog Variations). in addition to 73-100 and one of the decision analysis courses listed in III. but you have a conflict. All EPP double majors must take two EPP Project Courses. VI. If you have a minor conflict schedule (less than half an hour). and you have not AP’d out of them. See the “Humanistic Studies” Portion of the CIT Gen Ed course list at http://www. 73-100 meets the 9 unit Cognitions and Institutions requirement. then take 36-225. V. • even if 36-220 is required in your traditional major. Just sign up for Section A. As previously explained. NOT 36-220. See me (Mark K. However. Always check for pre-or co-requisites. EPP double majors take 4 social analysis electives. Sophomore Undergraduate Research –19-600.) 2. you may choose technical electives for either a broad range of experience. Otherwise. VII.BOTTOM LINE: (1. The first is 12-411 / 12-421 Engineering Economics. Required Social Analysis Electives. Your specific project course selection will be done at that time.) If you try to follow this advice and take 36-217 as your first stats course in a fall semester. or special permissions that may be required to take a given course. their sophomore year).

EPP no longer lists “sample” technical and social analysis electives. Starting with the Class of 2012. 2XX. CEE has changed the order of several courses in the curriculum. Please refer to the current list when choosing your electives. All EPP. in either case. or students enrolled in a 600 level course for graduate level credit. 12-411 Project Management.You must take a 600 level (was previously “ 300 level or higher”) Civ E elective course as a pre. Please let me know if I have not. or to meet a special need. as well as the class of 2012. Starting with the Class of 2010. feel free to ask the instructor for permission. The Civil Engineering requirement is explained as “note 2” on page 134 in the Civil Engineering section of the ’08-10 catalog. A special topics course is usually a course that is being taught for the first time. Currently this requirement is not being imposed as a co-requisite. It also includes both tally sheets. 5 . believing that these are the only courses that are acceptable. Undergraduate research credits also have a 500 or 600 prefix. Think of these as 300 or 400 level courses. From the undergraduate point of view. and a graduate number. If you are interested in a course and can not register for it. This is because Civ E requires an extra course. These courses are not open to graduate students. 3XX. EPP derives a list of acceptable electives from each semester’s SOC. Other changes are as follows: • • 12-301 Civil and Environmental Engineering Projects is reduced from 12 to 9 units. EPP course numbers are assigned as follows: 19-1XX. Starting with the 2008-2010 catalog.or co-requisite to 12-401. they are not more difficult than a 3 or 400 level course. This packet contains the curriculum charts for the class of 2010. Do not be intimidated by the high number. The attached EPP sample curriculum suggests the best place to take this elective. This is the sum of 3 additional units imposed by adding EPP Sophomore Seminar. and distributes it via E mail. The instructor may require additional work and / or a higher level of performance from students enrolled under the graduate number. 19-6XX. Some EPP courses are offered under an undergraduate number. with an increase from 382 to 388 units for the double major. Most of our special topics courses are actually offered under this number. I think I have covered the most important topics in this packet. and many courses are open to students under the numerical year indicated. 12-411 Engineering Economics is renumbered to 12-421. 4XX: These courses are aimed at freshmen. so timing is not critical. Important Information on EPP Course Numbering. and 6 additional units that result from two 12 unit project courses replacing 9 unit electives in the single major. The reason is that 600 level courses are open to both undergrads and graduate students. 19-5XX: These courses are either research credits or “special topics” courses. Note that. the number of units required for the Civ E single major increases from 373 to 379. EPP also offers some courses to both undergraduates and graduates under a single “600” level number. I can register you for a course if you have the instructor’s permission. the double major units are higher by 9 units. juniors. Many students have been confused. These divisions are not always exact. sophomores. and seniors respectively. The 12-648 and 12-690 courses do NOT satisfy this requirement.

33-104. or 03-121) Junior Year Fall 12-301 12-335 12-336 12-355 12-356 xx-xxx Civil and Environmental Engineering Projects Soil Mechanics Soil Mechanics Lab Fluid Mechanics Fluid Mechanics Lab H&SS or CFA Elective Units 12 9 3 9 3 9 45 9 3 6 3 9 9 9 48 Junior Year Fall 12-301 12-335 12-336 12-355 12-356 xx-xxx Same Same Same Same Same EPP Social Analysis Elective* Units 12 9 3 9 3 9 45 9 3 6 3 9 9 12 51 Spring 12-351 12-352 27-357 12-358 36-220 xx-xxx xx-xxx Introduction to Environmental Engineering Environmental Engineering Lab Materials Selection Materials Lab Engineering Statistics and Quality Control Elective 2 Elective 3 12-351 12-352 27-357 12-358 36-220 xx-xxx 19-451 Spring Same Same Same Same Engineering Statistics and Quality Control EPP Social Analysis Elective* EPP Project Senior Year Fall 12-401 12-411 xx-xxx xx-xxx 12-xxx Civil and Environmental Engineering Design Engineering Economics H&SS or CFA Elective Elective 4 Elective 5 Units 15 6 9 9 9 48 9 9 9 9 9 45 Senior Year Fall 12-401 12-411 12-3xx 36-XXX 19-452 Same Same Restricted Elective Co Requisite for 12-401 2nd EPP Stats Course (36-217 or 36-310) EPP Project Units 15 6 9 9 12 51 9 9 9 9 9 45 Spring xx-xxx xx-xxx xx-xxx xx-xxx xx-xxx H&SS or CFA Elective H&SS or CFA Elective Elective 6 Elective 7 Elective 8 xx-xxx xx-xxx xx-xxx xx-xxx xx-xxx Spring EPP Social Analysis Elective EPP Social Analysis Elective EPP Technical Elective EPP Technical Elective EPP Technical Elective Minimum number of units required for degree: 373 Minimum number of units required for degree: 382 * One of these must be taken from the following list: 88-302 88-223 19-426 Behavioral Decision Making Decision Analysis and Decision Support Systems Environmental Decision Making .Civil Engineering (Class of 2010) Single Major Sophomore Year Fall 12-235 15-100 21-259 09-101 09-105 xx-xxx Statics Introductory / Intermediate Programming Calculus in Three Dimension Intro to Experimental Chemistry Modern Chemistry I H&SS Elective Civil Engineering With an Additional Major in Engineering and Public Policy Units 9 10 9 3 10 9 50 Sophomore Year Fall 12-235 15-100 21-259 09-101 09-105 73-100 19-102 Same Same Same Same Same Principles of Economics EPP Sophomore Seminar Units 9 10 9 3 10 9 3 53 9 3 9 9 9 9 48 Spring 12-231 12-232 12-271 21-260 xx-xxx xx-xxx Solid Mechanics Solid Mechanics Lab Intro Computer Apps in Civil & Environmental Engr Differential Equations H&SS or CFA Elective Elective 1 9 3 9 9 9 9 48 12-231 12-232 12-271 21-260 xx-xxx xx-xxx Spring Same Same Same Same EPP Social Analysis Elective Basic Science Elective (09-106.

or 03-121) 9 (need) CHEMISTRY COURSES 09-101 Intro to Experimental Chemistry 3 (need) 09-105 Modern Chemistry I 10 (need) PROB / STATS 36-220 Engineering Statistics and Quality Cntl 9 (need) CEE Intro and Core 12-100 Intro to Civil & Environmental Eng 12 (need) 12-231 Solid Mechanics was 12-331 9 (need) 12-232 Solid Mechanics Lab was 12-332 3 (need) 12-235 Statics 9 (need) 12-271 Intro to Computer Apps in CEE 9 (need) 12-301 Civil and Environmental Eng Projects 12 (need) 12-335 Soil Mechanics was 12-235 9 (need) 12-336 Soil Mech & Materials Lab was 12-236 3 (need) 12-351 Introduction to Environmental Eng 9 (need) 12-352 Environmental Engineering Lab 3 (need) 12-355 Fluid Mechanics 9 (need) 12-356 Fluid Mechanics Lab 3 (need) Materials Selection 6 (need) 27-357 12-358 Materials Lab 3 (need) 12-401 Civil and Environmental Eng Design 15 (need) 12-411 Engineering Economics 6 (need) Elective 12-3XX as Co-Req to 12-401 (need) . 33-104. 118) 10 (need) 21-259 Calculus in 3D 9 (need) 21-260 Differential Equations 9 (need) 33-106 Physics for Engr Students I 12 (need) 33-107 Physics for Engr Students II 12 (need) 99-10X Computer Skills Workshop 3 (need) FRESHMAN HUMANITIES COURSES Writing and Expression 9 (need) 79-104 or Cultural Analysis Elective 9 (need) SECOND INTRO TO ENGINEERING COURSE 12 (need) BASIC SCIENCE ELECTIVE (09-106. SCIENCE AND COMPUTER COURSES 15-100 Introductory / Intermediate Prg 10 (need) 21-120 Diff & Int Calculus (Repl 21-115.Civ E-EPP Curriculum Tally Sheet CLASS OF '10 REV 05 24 07 STUDENT NAME CLASS COURSES Units Sem Yr Type Number Title MATH. 116) 10 (need) 21-122 Int. Diff Eq & Approx (Repl 12-117.

27 units. EPP-approved substitute) 9 (need) ADDITIONAL COURSES (Replace double counted courses or meet 382 unit min) . 12-411 DC together for 4th) Please indicate additional double counting. or 19-426) 9 EPP Project 19-451 / 452 (2 required) 19-45X EPP Project 12 19-45X EPP Project 12 EPP Social Analysis Electives (4 courses. 88-302. 36-220. 36 units) (need) (need) (need) (need) (need) (need) (need) (need) (need) EPP Technical Electives (3 courses.EPP Sophomore Seminar 19-102 EPP Sophomore Seminar 3 Economics 73-100 Principles of Economics 9 Decision Analysis / Decision Science (88-223. (need) (need) (need) 2nd Prob Stat ( 36-217. 36-310. 27-357.

33-104.Department of Engineering and Public Policy 147 Civil Engineering Class of 2012 Single Major Civil Engineering with an Additional Major in Engineering and Public Policy Sophomore Year Fall 12-212 15-100 21-259 09-101 09-105 xx-xxx Statics Introductory/Intermediate Programming Calculus in Three Dimensions Intro to Experimental Chemistry Modern Chemistry I H&SS Elective Units 9 10 9 3 10 9 Sophomore Year Fall 12-212 15-100 21-259 09-101 09-105 73-100 19-102 Same Same Same Same Same Principles of Economics EPP Sophomore Seminar Units 9 10 9 3 10 9 3 53 12-231 12-232 12-271 21-260 xx-xxx xx-xxx Solid Mechanics Solid Mechanics Lab Intro Computer Apps in Civil & Environmental Engr Differential Equations H&SS or CFA Elective Elective 1 Spring 50 9 3 9 9 9 9 48 12-231 12-232 12-271 21-260 xx-xxx xx-xxx Same 9 Same 3 Same 9 Same 10 EPP Social Analysis Elective 9 Basic Science Elective (09-106. or 03-121) 9 48 Spring Junior Year Fall 12-301 12-335 12-336 12-355 12-356 xx-xxx xx-xxx Civil and Environmental Engineering Projects Soil Mechanics Soil Mechanics Lab Fluid Mechanics Fluid Mechanics Lab Elective 2 H&SS or CFA Elective Units 9 9 3 9 3 9 9 Junior Year Fall 12-301 12-335 12-336 27-355 12-356 xx-xxx xx-xxx Same Same Same Same Same EPP Social Analysis Elective* EPP Social Analysis Elective* Units 9 9 3 6 3 9 9 12-351 12-352 27-357 12-358 36-220 xx-xxx xx-xxx Introduction to Environmental Engineering Environmental Engineering Lab Materials Selection Materials Lab Engineering Statistics and Quality Control Elective 3 Elective 4 Spring 51 9 3 6 3 9 9 9 48 12-351 12-352 27-357 12-358 36-220 xx-xxx 19-451 Same Same Same Same same EPP Social Analysis Elective* EPP Project Spring 51 9 3 6 3 9 9 12 51 Senior Year Fall 12-401 12-421 xx-xxx 12-411 12-xxx Civil and Environmental Engineering Design Engineering Economics H&SS or CFA Elective Project Management Elective 5 Units 15 6 9 9 9 48 9 9 9 9 9 45 Senior Year Fall 12-401 12-421 12-xxx 12-411 19-452 Same Same Restricted Elective Co-Requisite for 12-401 Same EPP Project Units 15 6 9 9 12 51 9 9 9 9 9 45 xx-xxx xx-xxx xx-xxx xx-xxx xx-xxx H&SS or CFA Elective H&SS or CFA Elective Elective 6 Elective 7 Elective 8 Spring xx-xxx 36-xxx xx-xxx xx-xxx xx-xxx EPP Social Analysis Elective 2nd EPP Stats Course (36-217 or 36-310) EPP Technical Elective EPP Technical Elective EPP Technical Elective Spring Minimum number of units required for degree: 379 Minimum number of units required for degree: 388 * One of these must be taken from the following list: 88-302 Behavioral Decision Making 88-223 Decision Analysis and Decision Support Systems .

118) 10 (need) 21-259 Calculus in 3D 9 (need) 21-260 Differential Equations 9 (need) 33-106 Physics for Engr Students I 12 (need) 33-107 Physics for Engr Students II 12 (need) 99-10X Computer Skills Workshop 3 (need) FRESHMAN HUMANITIES COURSES Writing and Expression 9 (need) 79-104 or Cultural Analysis Elective 9 (need) SECOND INTRO TO ENGINEERING COURSE 12 (need) BASIC SCIENCE ELECTIVE (09-106. Diff Eq & Approx (Repl 12-117. 33-104. SCIENCE AND COMPUTER COURSES 15-100 Introductory / Intermediate Prg 10 (need) 21-120 Diff & Int Calculus (Repl 21-115. or 03-121) 9 (need) CHEMISTRY COURSES 09-101 Intro to Experimental Chemistry 3 (need) 09-105 Modern Chemistry I 10 (need) PROB / STATS 36-220 Engineering Statistics and Quality Cntl 9 (need) CEE Intro and Core 12-100 Intro to Civil & Environmental Eng 12 (need) 12-231 Solid Mechanics 9 (need) 12-232 Solid Mechanics Lab 3 (need) 12-212 Statics 9 (need) 12-271 Intro to Computer Apps in CEE 9 (need) 12-301 Civil and Environmental Eng Projects 9 (need) 12-335 Soil Mechanics was 12-235 9 (need) 12-336 Soil Mech & Materials Lab was 12-236 3 (need) 12-351 Introduction to Environmental Eng 9 (need) 12-352 Environmental Engineering Lab 3 (need) 12-355 Fluid Mechanics 9 (need) 12-356 Fluid Mechanics Lab 3 (need) Materials Selection 6 (need) 27-357 12-358 Materials Lab 3 (need) 12-401 Civil and Environmental Eng Design 15 (need) 12-411 Project Management 9 (need) 12-421 Engineering Economics 6 (need) Elective 12-6XX as Co-Req to 12-401 (need) .Civ E-EPP Curriculum Tally Sheet CLASS OF '12 REV 09 26 08 STUDENT NAME CLASS COURSES Units Sem Yr Type Number Title MATH. 116) 10 (need) 21-122 Int.

or 19-426) 9 EPP Project 19-451 / 452 (2 required) 19-45X EPP Project 12 19-45X EPP Project 12 EPP Social Analysis Electives (4 courses. 27 units. 12-411 DC together for 4th) Please indicate additional double counting. 36-310. EPP-approved substitute) 9 (need) ADDITIONAL COURSES (Replace double counted courses or meet 388 unit min) . (need) (need) (need) 2nd Prob Stat ( 36-217. 36-220. 88-302.EPP Sophomore Seminar 19-102 EPP Sophomore Seminar 3 Economics 73-100 Principles of Economics 9 Decision Analysis / Decision Science (88-223. 36 units) (need) (need) (need) (need) (need) (need) (need) (need) (need) EPP Technical Electives (3 courses. 27-357.