opr03F79 - GENERAL ENGINEERING FRESHMEN SPRING SEMESTER...

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GENERAL ENGINEERING FRESHMEN SPRING SEMESTER 2006 COURSE REQUEST INFORMATION READ THIS DOCUMENT COMPLETELY AND CAREFULLY! DISREGARD ANYTHING YOU HAVE HEARD FROM STUDENTS WHO STARTED HERE LAST YEAR OR BEFORE. SIGNIFICANT CHANGES HAVE BEEN MADE!!!! 1. After reviewing the appropriate sections below consult with your advisor as necessary. 2. Complete your course request online (using Hokie Spa). Course Request for spring 2006 runs from October 18 through October 25, 2005. More information is available at --- For students intending to major in Electrical or Computer Engineering or Computer Science --- NOTE: Students planning to major in Computer Engineering (CpE) or Electrical Engineering (EE) MUST have a grade of C or better in MATH 1205, 1206, 1114, 1224, and PHYS 2305 before they can transfer to CpE or EE. Plan your spring schedule accordingly, based on fall 2005 grades. General Engineering Freshmen on schedule WHO ARE INTENDING TO MAJOR IN ELECTRICAL OR COMPUTER ENGINEERING or COMPUTER SCIENCE should take the following courses in the Spring Semester, 2006: ENGE 1104 – prerequisite, ENGE 1024, Engineering Exploration (or EF 1015 or EF/ENGE 2984) with C or better. You should also enroll in CRN 90016 , which will reserve the Tuesday evening time when ENGE 1104 tests will be given. CHEM 1045 – If you were not able to take it or dropped it Fall 2005 ENGL 1106 – prerequisite, ENGL 1105 or Advanced Standing MATH 1206 – prerequisite, MATH 1205 MATH 1224 – prerequisite, MATH 1205, co-requisite Math 1206
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