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Engineering Units and Concentration Requirements

Original post: June 1, 2009.  Posted by Hosoi in Guidelines & Requirements. Updated and moved to its own page 10/1/12.

In your 2-A curriculum, your concentration must include 72 units of subjects within your concentration, as well as 72 units of engineering topics (69 units of engineering for old 2-A).  Engineering courses that fit within your concentration may be counted BOTH towards the concentration AND towards the engineering unit requirement, however, if you have subjects in your concentration that have no or partial engineering, you may need to take extra engineering subjects.

Criteria to qualify for engineering units defined here: https://course2a.wordpress.com/2009/06/01/engineering-units/

Generally (unless noted otherwise below):

  1. If the class is taught in course 1, 2, 3, 6, 10, 16, 20, or 22, then usually all of its units may be counted as engineering units. (Exceptions are listed below.)
  2. Engineering units of all other classes need to be assessed individually by the 2-A faculty coordinator.

Typical engineering units for various common courses
Note that these units counts should be viewed as guidelines rather than rules.  We evaluate each 2-A program individually to assess the total amount of engineering content as a whole.

*HASS subject – you must take an additional HASS in order to include a HASS in your concentration.

Course 1:

Course 2:

Course 3:

Course 4:

Course 5:

Course 6:

Course 7:

Course 8:

Course 9:

Course 10:

Course 11:

Course 12:

Course 14:

Course 15:

Course 16:

Course 17:

Course 18:

Course 20:

IDS:

MAS:

EC:

CMS:

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