Academic Plans of Study

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Academic Plans of Study contain the list of courses required for a major. The plans are broken down into academic years and semesters. This is a general guide to support students on the track towards degree completion.

Click on the links below to view the First-Year Academic Plans of Study & Electives for each major in the W.S. Lee College of Engineering. Please note that individual plans may vary slightly.

  • ENGINEERING MAJORS – click on the “Engineering Majors” button below.
  • ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY & CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT MAJORS – click on the “Engineering Technology Majors & Construction Management Majors” button below.

Finding Prerequisites and Co-Requisites

It is important to understand the prerequisites and co-requisites for the courses you need to take for your major.

Prerequisites and co-requisites are listed in the catalog course description and on the Academic Plan of Study.

Academic Plans of Study

Lee College of Engineering Academic Plans of Study are available for use by all students.

  1. Click on the drop-down menu (engineering majors are in the first menu, engineering technology and construction management are in the second menu)
  2. Locate your major
  3. If there are two links, the top link is the Academic Plan of Study (majors with a second link provide major electives)
Engineering Majors
Engineering Technology & Construction Management Majors

Degree Requirements

All baccalaureate degrees require completion of 120 credit hours, including all requirements for a major field of study.  Specific requirements for degrees and programs are presented under the college and departmental sections of this Catalog.

Each student is responsible for the proper completion of his or her academic program, for familiarity with the Catalog, for maintaining the grade point average required, and for meeting all other degree requirements. Students assume academic and financial responsibility for the courses in which they enroll and are relieved of these responsibilities only by formally terminating enrollment.

Engineering Technology & Construction Management Degrees (view requirements in list form)

Civil Engineering Technology

Construction Management

Electromechanical Engineering Technology

Fire & Safety Engineering Technology – Fire Safety

Fire & Safety Engineering Technology – Occupational Safety

Mechanical Engineering Technology