ENGR141 HW1 Q3 - school to become a mechanical engineering...

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January 21, 2007 Engr 141-106 Alexander Hyatt 3. a) The pre-requisite for ME 202 ME 201, the co-requisite for ME 202 is ME 222 and the conditions are that the pre-requisite classes must be completed and the co- requisite classes must be completed or being taken at the same time as ME 202. b) A student has to complete all of the required courses and hours designated by the
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Unformatted text preview: school to become a mechanical engineering major. He or she must develop his or her breadth, individuality and flexibility to be the best mechanical engineer he or she can become. c) Green = General Education Courses Pink = Humanity and Social Science Courses Blue = Mechanical Engineer Major Specific Courses...
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