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Engineering (Automotive Systems), BSE

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2015 - 2016 Major Map
Engineering (Automotive Systems) ( BSE )
Degree: BSE
College/School: Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering



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Term 1 0 - 14 Credit Hours Critical course signified by critical course Hours Minimum Grade Notes
critical course 1    
critical course 3    
critical course 3  
  4    
  3  
Term hours subtotal: 14
  • An SAT, ACT, Accuplacer, or TOEFL score determines placement into first-year composition courses
  • ASU Math Placement Exam score determines placement in Mathematics course
  • ASU 101 or College specific equivalent First Year Seminar required of all freshman students
Term 2 14 - 29 Credit Hours Critical course signified by critical course Hours Minimum Grade Notes
critical course 3    
critical course 3  
  3    
  3  
  3    
critical course
Complete CHM 113 course(s).
   
critical course
Complete ENG 101 OR ENG 105 OR ENG 107 course(s).
   
Term hours subtotal: 15
  • Please note that both PHY 121 and PHY 122 must be taken to secure SQ General Studies credit.
Term 3 29 - 44 Credit Hours Critical course signified by critical course Hours Minimum Grade Notes
critical course 3    
critical course 3    
critical course 3    
critical course 3  
  3    
critical course
Complete PHY 121 course(s).
   
 
Complete Mathematics (MA) requirement.
   
Term hours subtotal: 15
Term 4 44 - 59 Credit Hours Critical course signified by critical course Hours Minimum Grade Notes
critical course 3    
critical course 3    
critical course 3    
  3    
  3    
critical course
Complete EGR 280 course(s).
   
Term hours subtotal: 15
Term 5 59 - 75 Credit Hours Necessary course signified by necessary course Hours Minimum Grade Notes
necessary course 3    
necessary course 3    
  4    
 
Secondary Focus Area
3    
  3    
Term hours subtotal: 16
  • A secondary focus area is a group of courses comprising of 12 or more credit hours (at least 6 must be at the upper division level) which form a coherent theme. For example, all courses may share a common subject prefix. Students work with an academic success specialist to identify their secondary focus area.
Term 6 75 - 90 Credit Hours Necessary course signified by necessary course Hours Minimum Grade Notes
necessary course 3    
  3    
  3    
  3    
 
Secondary Focus Area
3    
Term hours subtotal: 15
  • A secondary focus area is a group of courses comprising of 12 or more credit hours (at least 6 must be at the upper division level) which form a coherent theme. For example, all courses may share a common subject prefix. Students work with an academic success specialist to identify their secondary focus area.
Term 7 90 - 105 Credit Hours Necessary course signified by necessary course Hours Minimum Grade Notes
necessary course 3    
necessary course 3    
  3    
  3    
 
Upper Division Secondary Focus Area
3    
Term hours subtotal: 15
  • A secondary focus area is a group of courses comprising of 12 or more credit hours (at least 6 must be at the upper division level) which form a coherent theme. For example, all courses may share a common subject prefix. Students work with an academic success specialist to identify their secondary focus area.
Term 8 105 - 120 Credit Hours Necessary course signified by necessary course Hours Minimum Grade Notes
necessary course 3    
  3    
  3    
 
Upper Division Secondary Focus Area
3    
  3    
Term hours subtotal: 15
  • A secondary focus area is a group of courses comprising of 12 or more credit hours (at least 6 must be at the upper division level) which form a coherent theme. For example, all courses may share a common subject prefix. Students work with an academic success specialist to identify their secondary focus area.



2015 - 2016 Major Map
Engineering (Automotive Systems), BSE
College/School: Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

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critical courseCritical Course
necessary courseNecessary Course
Term 1
0 - 14 Credit Hours
Hours: 1
Hours: 3
Hours: 3
Minimum Grade: C
Hours: 4
Hours: 3
Minimum Grade: C
Notes:
  • An SAT, ACT, Accuplacer, or TOEFL score determines placement into first-year composition courses
  • ASU Math Placement Exam score determines placement in Mathematics course
  • ASU 101 or College specific equivalent First Year Seminar required of all freshman students
Term 2
14 - 29 Credit Hours
Hours: 3
Hours: 3
Minimum Grade: C
Hours: 3
Hours: 3
Minimum Grade: C
Hours: 3
critical course
Complete CHM 113 course(s).
critical course
Complete ENG 101 OR ENG 105 OR ENG 107 course(s).
Notes:
  • Please note that both PHY 121 and PHY 122 must be taken to secure SQ General Studies credit.
Term 3
29 - 44 Credit Hours
Term 4
44 - 59 Credit Hours
Term 5
59 - 75 Credit Hours
Hours: 3
Hours: 3
Hours: 4
Secondary Focus Area
Hours: 3
Hours: 3
Notes:
  • A secondary focus area is a group of courses comprising of 12 or more credit hours (at least 6 must be at the upper division level) which form a coherent theme. For example, all courses may share a common subject prefix. Students work with an academic success specialist to identify their secondary focus area.
Term 6
75 - 90 Credit Hours
Hours: 3
Hours: 3
Hours: 3
Hours: 3
Secondary Focus Area
Hours: 3
Notes:
  • A secondary focus area is a group of courses comprising of 12 or more credit hours (at least 6 must be at the upper division level) which form a coherent theme. For example, all courses may share a common subject prefix. Students work with an academic success specialist to identify their secondary focus area.
Term 7
90 - 105 Credit Hours
Hours: 3
Hours: 3
Hours: 3
Hours: 3
Upper Division Secondary Focus Area
Hours: 3
Notes:
  • A secondary focus area is a group of courses comprising of 12 or more credit hours (at least 6 must be at the upper division level) which form a coherent theme. For example, all courses may share a common subject prefix. Students work with an academic success specialist to identify their secondary focus area.
Term 8
105 - 120 Credit Hours
Hours: 3
Hours: 3
Hours: 3
Upper Division Secondary Focus Area
Hours: 3
Hours: 3
Notes:
  • A secondary focus area is a group of courses comprising of 12 or more credit hours (at least 6 must be at the upper division level) which form a coherent theme. For example, all courses may share a common subject prefix. Students work with an academic success specialist to identify their secondary focus area.
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