Cluster Search Results

Back to Search

Here is a listing of all clusters matching your search. Click on the title to go directly to complete information on that cluster.

Click the button below to see if any clusters have been cancelled that are still available to students who began them prior to their cancellation.

NOTE: Each cluster requires a minumum of 12 credits unless otherwise noted.



    Brain and Cognitive Sciences

    Biology

    Biomedical Engineering

    Chemical Engineering

    Chemistry

    Computer Science

    Electrical and Computer Engineering

    Earth and Environmental Sciences

    Interdepartmental

    Music and Sound

    Mechanical Engineering

    Mathematics

    Physics and Astronomy

    Public Health

    Philosophy

    Statistics

    Sustainability



    The Senses (N1BCS003)

    An introduction to the human senses, particularly vision and hearing, covering both the basic sensory processes and higher-level perceptual ones.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: BCS

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 110 NEURAL FOUNDATIONS OF BEHAV
    BCS 151 PERCEPTION & ACTION
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 220 THE INTELLIGENT EYE
    BCS 221 AUDITORY PERCEPTION
    BCS 223VISION AND THE EYE
    BCS 245 SENSORY & MOTOR NEUROSCIENCE


    Mind, Brain, and Development (N1BCS004)

    An introduction to the brain and cognitive processes, with a special emphasis on their development.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: BCS

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 110 NEURAL FOUNDATNS OF BEHAV
    BCS 172 DEVELOPMENT OF MIND & BRAIN
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 111 FOUNDATIONS OF COG SCIENCE
    BCS 112 COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGYSpring 2012


    Language and Cognitive Development (N1BCS006)

    An introduction to the development of language and cognition and their underlying biological mechanisms.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: BCS

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 110 NEURAL FOUNDATNS OF BEHAV
    BCS 172 DEVELOPMENT OF MIND & BRAIN
    BCS 259 LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT


    Perception and Development (N1BCS005)

    An introduction to perception, cognition, their development, and their underlying brain mechanisms.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: BCS

    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 110 NEURAL FOUNDATNS OF BEHAV
    BCS 111 FOUNDATIONS OF COG. SCIENCE
    BCS 112 COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGYSpring 2012
    Choose both of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 151 PERCEPTION & ACTION
    BCS 172 DEVELOPMENT OF MIND & BRAIN


    Biology and Behavior (N1BCS007)

    An introduction to animal behavior and its underlying biological and evolutionary mechanisms.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: BCS

    Choose three of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 110 NEURAL FOUNDATNS OF BEHAV
    BCS 183 ANIMAL MINDS
    BCS 244 NEUROETHOLOGY
    BIO 260 ANIMAL BEHAVIOR


    Neuropsychology (N1BCS009)

    An introduction to the biological mechanisms that underlie behavior with special emphasis on abnormal behavior.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: BCS

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 110 NEURAL FOUNDATIONS OF BEHAVIOR
    BCS 242 NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    BCS 246 BIOLOGY OF MENTAL DISORDERS


    Neurobiology (N1BCS008)

    An introduction to the biology of the brain and the neural mechanisms underlying behavior.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: BCS

    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BIO 110 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I
    BIO 112 BIOLOGY PERSPECTIVES I
    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 240 BASIC NEUROBIOLOGY
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 221 AUDITORY PERCEPTION
    BCS 242 NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    BCS 243 NEUROCHEMICAL FOUNDATIONS OF BEHAVIOR
    BCS 244 NEUROETHOLOGY
    BCS 245 SENSORY & MOTOR NEUROSCIENCE
    BCS 246 BIOLOGY OF MENTAL DISORDERS
    BCS 249 DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROBIOLOGY


    Mind and Brain (N1BCS001)

    A general introduction to perception, cognition, learning, memory, and development, considering both the nature of these processes and the brain mechanisms that underlie them.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: BCS

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 110 NEURAL FOUNDATNS OF BEHAV
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 111 FOUNDATIONS OF COG SCIENCE
    BCS 112 COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGYSpring 2012
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 151 PERCEPTION & ACTION
    BCS 152 LANGUAGE & PSYCHOLINGUISTICS
    BCS 153 COGNITION
    BCS 183 ANIMAL MINDS
    BCS 221AUDITORY PERCEPTION
    BCS 242NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    BCS 244NEUROETHOLOGY


    Language and Cognition (N1BCS002)

    An introduction to the mental processes involved in human language and cognition.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: BCS

    Choose two or three of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 152 LANGUAGE & PSYCHOLINGUISTICS
    BCS 153 COGNITION
    BCS 172 DEVELOPMENT OF MIND & BRAIN
    BCS 183 ANIMAL MINDS
    BCS 259 LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT
    BCS 261 LANGUAGE USE & UNDERSTANDING
    BCS 264 SIGNED LANGUAGE STRUCTURE
    BCS 265 LANGUAGE AND THE BRAIN
    You may also choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 111 FOUNDATIONS OF COG SCIENCE
    BCS 112 COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGYSpring 2012


    Biological Principles (N1BIO002)

    These courses provide students with an overview of the principles of biology.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: BIO

    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BIO 101GENES, GERMS & GENOMICS: AN INTRO. TO MODERN BIOLOGYFall 2011
    BIO 110 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I
    BIO 112 BIOLOGY PERSPECTIVES I [NOTE: AP score of 4 or 5 required]
    Students planning to take BIO 190 or 198 should take 110 or 112 from above group

    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BIO 111 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II
    BIO 113 BIOLOGY PERSPECTIVES II [NOTE: AP score of 4 or 5 required]
    Also choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BIO 104 ECOSYSTEM CONSERVATION & HUMAN SOCIETY
    BIO 107/PHL 107 ETHICS & SCIENCE OF STEM CELLSFall 2011Fall 2012
    BIO 190 GENETICS & THE HUMAN GENOMEFall 2010
    BIO 198 PRINCIPLES OF GENETICS
    BIO 203 MAMMALIAN ANATOMY
    BIO 204MAMMALIAN PHYSIOLOGY
    BIO 260 ANIMAL BEHAVIOR
    BIO 263 ECOLOGY
    BIO 266 TREE OF LIFESpring 2008Spring 2013


    Biomedical Engineering (N4BME001)

    Biomedical engineering combines the disciplines of engineering, design, and biological sciences to study, detect, measure, and ultimately improve the performance of human or animal bodies. This cluster will expose the students to the principal driving forces involved in understanding the functions of the human body or its parts. Note: this cluster requires 13 credits.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: BME

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BME 101INTRO TO BIOMED ENGINEERING
    BME 201FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOMECHANICS
    BME 201LBIOMECHANICS LAB (1 credit)
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 143CALCULUS III
    MTH 162CALCULUS IIA


    Green Engineering (N4CHE001)

    This cluster exposes students to topics related to the analysis of contemporary environmental issues and the role of chemical engineers in addressing these concerns.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CHE

    Choose 12 credits from the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    ANT 281K SOLVING UR'S ENVIRO-FOOTPRINTSpring 2008Fall 2008
    CHE 113 CHEMICAL PROCESS ANALYSIS
    CHE 150 GREEN ENERGY
    CHE 258 FUEL CELLS (2 credits)
    CHE 277 ENERGY RESOURCES & UTILIZATIONFall 2009
    CHE 278 ENERGY ALTERNATIVES DESIGN LABSpring 2010
    CHE 281K SOLVING UR'S ENVIRO-FOOTPRINTSpring 2009Spring 2010
    CHE 282 PROCESSING MICROELECTRONIC DEVICES (2 credits)
    CHE 391INDEPENDENT STUDY (with fac. approval)


    Chemistry and the Physical World (N1CHM002)

    This cluster provides a comprehensive introduction to chemistry and concludes the sequence with a broad overview of physics.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CHM

    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CHM 131 CHEM CONCPTS SYST PRACT I
    CHM 171ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IFall 2013
    CHM 171Q ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IFall 2012
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CHM 132 CHEM CONCPTS SYST PRACT II
    CHM 172ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IISpring 2014
    CHM 172Q ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IISpring 2013
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    AST 104 THE SOLAR SYSTEM
    AST 106 THE COSMIC ORIGINS OF LIFESpring 2010
    PHY 100 NATURE PHYSICAL WORLD
    PHY 102 VISIONS OF THE MULTIVERSEFall 2009


    Chemistry and Life Science (N1CHM003)

    This cluster provides a comprehensive introduction to chemistry and concludes the sequence with a general course in biology.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CHM

    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CHM 131 CHEM CONCPTS SYST PRACT I
    CHM 171ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IFall 2013
    CHM 171Q ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IFall 2012
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CHM 132 CHEM CONCPTS SYST PRACT II
    CHM 172ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IISpring 2014
    CHM 172Q ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IISpring 2013
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BIO 101GENES, GERMS & GENOMICS: AN INTRO TO MODERN BIOLOGYFall 2011
    BIO 104 ECOSYSTEM CONSERVATION & HUMAN SOCIETY
    BIO 110 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I
    BIO 112PERSPECTIVES IN BIOLOGY I


    Chemistry and Reason (N1CHM006)

    This cluster provides a comprehensive introduction to chemistry and concludes the sequence with a formal approach to reasoning presented in a philosophy course.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CHM

    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CHM 131 CHEM CONCPTS SYST PRACT I
    CHM 171ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IFall 2013
    CHM 171Q ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IFall 2012
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CHM 132 CHEM CONCPTS SYST PRACT II
    CHM 172ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IISpring 2014
    CHM 172Q ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IISpring 2013
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    PHL 105 REASON AND ARGUMENT
    PHL 110 INTRODUCTORY LOGIC
    PHL 152 SCIENCE AND REASON
    PHL 252 PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE


    Chemistry and the Environment (N1CHM004)

    This cluster provides a comprehensive introduction to chemistry and concludes the sequence with a general survey course in geology.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CHM

    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CHM 131 CHEM CONCPTS SYST PRACT I
    CHM 171ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IFall 2013
    CHM 171Q ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IFall 2012
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CHM 132 CHEM CONCPTS SYST PRACT II
    CHM 172ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IISpring 2014
    CHM 172Q ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IISpring 2013
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    EES 101 INTRO GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    EES 103 INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
    EES 119 ENERGY AND SOCIETYSpring 2012
    EES 216ENVIRONMENTAL GEOCHEMISTRYFall 2012
    EES 218 ATMOSPHERIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    EES 219ENERGY AND SOCIETYFall 2012


    Chemical Sciences (N1CHM001)

    This cluster provides a comprehensive introduction to the chemical sciences and includes both lecture material and laboratory experience. The cluster is then completed with an additional course in an advanced area of chemistry chosen by the student.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CHM

    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CHM 131 CHEM CONCPTS SYST PRACT I
    CHM 171ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IFall 2013
    CHM 171Q ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IFall 2012
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CHM 132 CHEM CONCPTS SYST PRACT II
    CHM 172ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IISpring 2014
    CHM 172Q ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IISpring 2013
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CHM 203 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I
    CHM 204 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II
    CHM 211 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    Note: If you choose an Organic Chemistry course (CHM 171Q-172Q or CHM 203-204) then you must also complete the corresponding laboratory course.



    Chemistry and the History of Science (N1CHM005)

    This cluster provides a comprehensive introduction to chemistry and concludes the sequence with a social science perspective of the impact of science on humanity.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CHM

    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CHM 131 CHEM CONCPTS SYST PRACT I
    CHM 171ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IFall 2013
    CHM 171Q ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IFall 2012
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CHM 132 CHEM CONCPTS SYST PRACT II
    CHM 172ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IISpring 2014
    CHM 172Q ORGANIC CHEMISTRY IISpring 2013
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    HIS 180HISTORY OF TECHNOLOGYFall 2013
    HIS 185HISTORICAL ORIGINS OF MODERN ASTROLOGYFall 2013
    HIS 202HEALTH, MEDICINE & SOCIAL REFORMFall 2013
    HIS 203CHANGING CONCEPTS OF HEALTH & ILLNESSFall 2013
    HIS 204INTERNATIONAL & GLOBAL HEALTHFall 2013
    HIS 208 HEALTH MEDICINE & SOC REFORMSpring 2013
    HIS 209 CHANGING CONCEPTS OF HEALTH & ILLNESSSpring 2013
    HIS 287HISTORY OF INTERNATIONAL & GLOBAL HEALTHSpring 2013


    Computer Systems (N4CSC004)

    Covers the internal organization of computers and the relation to recent computer hardware developments, as well as to classical topics in computer software such as compilers and operation systems.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CSC

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 172DATA STRUCTURES
    CSC 252COMPUTER ORGANIZATION
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 171 THE SCIENCE OF PROGRAMMING
    CSC 173 COMPUTATION & FORMAL SYSTEMS


    Computer Science and Art (N4CSC009)

    This cluster introduces students to the use of computers in visual art and music.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CSC

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 108COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
    CSC 190A RECREATIONAL GRAPHICS I (2 credits)Fall 2004Spring 2009
    CSC 190B RECREATIONAL GRAPHICS II (2 credits)Fall 2004Spring 2009
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 161 THE ART OF PROGRAMMINGFall 2009
    CSC 170 INTRO TO PROGRAMMING & THE WEBFall 2011
    CSC 171 THE SCIENCE OF PROGRAMMING
    Also choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    AH 100 INTRO TO VISUAL & CULTURAL STUDIESFall 2006Spring 2011
    CSC 131RECREATIONAL GRAPHICSFall 2011
    CSC 166 VIDEO GAME PROGRAMMINGFall 2011
    CSC 198 COMPUTATIONAL MODELS OF MUSICFall 2011
    CSC 298 CONSOLE GAME PROGRAMMINGSpring 2010Spring 2011


    Computing for the Social Sciences (N4CSC010)

    This cluster introduces students to powerful software packages and fundamentals of computer programming. There is special emphasis on computation done in the context of the social sciences.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CSC

    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 108COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
    CSC 109COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR THE SCIENCESSpring 2010Spring 2011
    CSC 190B SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF COMPUTINGFall 2010Fall 2010
    CSC 199 SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF COMPUTINGSpring 2012
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 161 THE ART OF PROGRAMMINGFall 2009
    CSC 170 INTRO TO PROGRAMMING & THE WEBFall 2011
    CSC 171 THE SCIENCE OF PROGRAMMING
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    ECO 230ECONOMIC STATISTICS
    PSC 200 APPLIED DATA ANALYSIS
    PSC 201 POLITICAL INQUIRY
    PSY 211INTRO TO STAT METHODS FOR PSYCH
    STT 211 APPLIED STAT FOR SOCIAL SCI I
    STT 212 APPLIED STT-BIO PHY SCI I
    STT 213 ELEMENTS PROB & MATH STAT


    Business Computing (N1CSC002)

    This cluster appears as N4CSC002 effective with the Fall 2009 semester.Introduction to software packages, computing, and computerized business systems analysis. The mixture of programming skills, information systems and powerful analysis packages like EXCEL is a strong foundation for serious applications.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CSC

    Expires: Spring 2009

    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 108 INTRO TO COMPUTERS
    CSC 190E ISSUES IN COMPUTING: E-COMMERCEFall 2005Fall 2006
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 161 THE ART OF PROGRAMMINGFall 2009
    CSC 170 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER PROGRAMMINGSpring 2008
    CSC 171 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CIS 215 FDN OF MGMT INFO SYSTEMS
    CIS 225 DATABASE MANAGEMENTFall 2005


    Algorithms (N4CSC011)

    Emphasizes algorithmic thought, use of data structures, and the design and analysis of efficient algorithms.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CSC

    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 172 DATA STRUCTURESSpring 2011
    MTH 150 DISCRETE MATH
    MTH 162 CALCULUS II
    MTH 172 HONORS CALCULUS II
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 160 ENGINEERING COMPUTINGFall 2011
    CSC 161THE ART OF PROGRAMMINGFall 2011
    CSC 171 THE SCIENCE OF PROGRAMMING
    CSC 173 COMPUTATION & FORMAL SYSTEMSSpring 2011
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 281 CRYPTOGRAPHYFall 2011
    CSC 282 DESIGN & ANAL. OF EFFIC. ALGORITHMS


    Human Computer Interaction (N4CSC013)

    The cluster teaches the program and design tools for Human Computer Interaction.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CSC

    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 212 HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTIONFall 2010
    CSC 290 HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTIONFall 2009
    DMS 103INTRO TO HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTIONSpring 2013
    Choose two of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 108 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR THE HUMANITIESFall 2009Spring 2011
    CSC 109 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR THE SCIENCESSpring 2010Spring 2011
    CSC 131 RECREATIONAL GRAPHICSSpring 2011
    CSC 161 THE ART OF PROGRAMMING
    CSC 170 INTRO TO PROGRAMMING & THE WEBFall 2011
    CSC 171 THE SCIENCE OF PROGRAMMING
    CSC 210 WEB PROGRAMMINGSpring 2010


    Computer Graphics (N4CSC014)

    Only students who have completed at least one course in this cluster by the end of the Spring 2013 semester may complete it. Teaches the use of modern computational systems as a tool for creative artistic expression. Focuses on 3D computer graphics and animation technique. Suitable for students with an interest in creating animated video or interactive digital media (computer games).


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CSC

    Expires: Spring 2013

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 108 COMPUTER APPLICATIONSFall 2009
    Choose two of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 131 RECREATIONAL GRAPHICS I
    CSC 132 RECREATIONAL GRAPHICS IISpring 2010Spring 2011
    CSC 298 CONSOLE GAME PROGRAMMINGSpring 2010
    EAS 106/CSC 166 VIDEO GAME PROGRAMMINGFall 2011


    Computing for the Social Sciences (N1CSC010)

    This cluster appears as N4CSC010 effective with the Fall 2009 semester.This cluster introduces students to powerful software packages and fundamentals of computer programming. There is special emphasis on computation done in the context of the social scienes.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CSC

    Expires: Spring 2009

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 108 INTRO. TO COMPUTERS
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 161 THE ART OF PROGRAMMINGFall 2009
    CSC 170 INTRO. COMPUTER PROGRAMMINGSpring 2009
    CSC 171 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    PSC 200 APPLIED DATA ANALYSIS
    PSC 201 POLITICAL INQUIRY
    STT 211 APPLIED STAT FOR SOCIAL SCI I
    STT 212 APPLIED STT-BIO PHY SCI I
    STT 213 ELEMENTS PROB & MATH STAT


    Computational Problem Solving (N4CSC015)

    An introduction to problem solving through standard computer applications and computer programming. Suitable for students in a wide variety of disciplines.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CSC

    Choose three of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 108 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR THE HUMANITIESFall 2009Spring 2011
    CSC 109 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR THE SCIENCESSpring 2010Spring 2011
    CSC 160 ENGINEERING COMPUTINGFall 2011
    CSC 161 THE ART OF PROGRAMMING
    CSC 162 THE ART OF DATA STRUCTURESSpring 2011
    CSC 170 INTRO TO PROGRAMMING & THE WEBFall 2011
    CSC 171 THE SCIENCE OF PROGRAMMING
    CSC 172 THE SCIENCE OF DATA STRUCTURESSpring 2011
    CSC 199 CREATIVE COMPUTINGFall 2011


    Algorithms (N1CSC011)

    This cluster appears as N4CSC001 effective with the Fall 2009 semester.Emphasizes algorithmic thought, use of data structures, and the design and analysis of efficient algorithms.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CSC

    Expires: Spring 2009

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 172 DATA STRUCTURES
    CSC 282 DESIGN & ANAL. EFFIC. ALGORITHMS
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 171 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
    CSC 173 COMPUTATION & FORMAL SYSTEMS


    Management of Data (N4CSC016)

    Only students who have completed at least one course in this cluster by the end of the Spring 2013 semester may complete it. Computer programming and software packages, with an emphasis on the application of databases and information systems to problems in business and commerce.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CSC

    Expires: Spring 2013

    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 161 THE ART OF PROGRAMMING
    CSC 171 THE SCIENCE OF PROGRAMMING
    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 172 THE SCIENCE OF DATA STRUCTURES
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CIS 215 MANAGEMENT INFO. SYSTEMS
    CIS 225 DATA MANAGEMENT
    CSC 290 INTRO. TO DATABASE SYSTEMSSpring 2011
    CSC 296 INTRO. TO DATABASE SYSTEMSSpring 2012


    Concepts in Computing (N1CSC012)

    Only students who have completed at least one course in this cluster by the end of the Spring 2009 semester may complete it. This cluster provides a survey of the field of Computer Science. It includes both practical hands-on beginner skills and a broad introduction to the research challenges faced by today's computer scientists.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CSC

    Expires: Spring 2009

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 101 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS WITHOUT PROGRAMMING
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 161 THE ART OF PROGRAMMINGFall 2009
    CSC 170 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMINGSpring 2009
    CSC 171 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 108 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS
    MTH 150 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS


    Foundations of Computer Science (N1CSC001)

    This cluster appears as N4CSC001 effective with the Fall 2009 semester. This is the main course sequence leading into the Computer Science majors and minor. It provides a thorough overview of foundational computer science techniques and issues. (Prerequisite: none, but those with no computer experience may consider taking CSC 108: INTRO TO COMPUTERS before starting this sequence.)


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CSC

    Expires: Spring 2009

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 171 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
    CSC 172 DATA STRUCTURES
    CSC 173 COMPUTATION & FORMAL SYSTEMS


    Computer Systems (N1CSC004)

    This cluster appears as N4CSC004 effective with the Fall 2009 semester.Covers the internal organization of computers and its relation to recent computer hardware developments as well as to classical topics in computer software such as compilers and operating systems. (Prerequisite: familiarity with a high-level language like C or Pascal equivalent to CSC 171: COMPUTER PROGRAMMING.)


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CSC

    Expires: Spring 2009

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 172 DATA STRUCTURES
    CSC 252 COMPUTER ORGANIZATION
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 171 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
    CSC 173 COMPUTATION & FORMAL SYSTEMS


    Foundations of Computer Science (N4CSC001)

    This is the main course sequence leading into the B.S. in Computer Science. It provides a thorough overview of foundational computer science techniques and issues.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CSC

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 171THE SCIENCE OF PROGRAMMING
    CSC 172THE SCIENCE OF DATA STRUCTURES
    CSC 173 COMPUTATION & FORMAL SYSTEMS


    Theory of Computation (N1CSC008)

    Only students who have completed at least one course in this cluster by the end of the Spring 2009 semester may complete it. Emphasizes mathematical models of the computational process, limitations on what is computable, the inherent complexity of practical problems, and the design and analysis of efficient algorithms. (Prerequisite: familiarity with a high-level language like C or Pascal equivalent to CSC 171: COMPUTER PROGRAMMING.)


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CSC

    Expires: Spring 2009

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 172 DATA STRUCTURES
    CSC 173 COMPUTATION & FORMAL SYSTEMS
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 280 COMPUTER MODELS&LIMITATIONS


    Business Computing (N4CSC002)

    Introduction to software packages, computing, and computerized business systems analysis. The mixture of programming skills, information systems and powerful analysis packages like EXCEL is a strong foundation for serious application.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: CSC

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 108COMPUTER APPLICATIONSFall 2011
    CSC 109COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR THE SCIENCESSpring 2010Spring 2011
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 161 THE ART OF PROGRAMMINGFall 2009
    CSC 170 INTRO TO PROGRAMMING & THE WEBFall 2011
    CSC 171 THE SCIENCE OF PROGRAMMING
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CIS 215 FDN OF MGMT INFO SYSTEMSFall 2009
    CIS 225 DATABASE MANAGEMENTFall 2009
    ECO 230ECONOMIC STATISTICS
    MTH 210INTRO TO FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS


    Electronics and Programming for Music (N4ECE001)

    This cluster provides an introduction to the basics of computer programming and electronics, with special application to digital music.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: ECE

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    ECE 140 INTRO TO DIGITAL MUSIC
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    ECE 111 INTRO TO SIGNALS & CIRCUITS
    ECE 112LOGIC DESIGN
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 161 THE ART OF PROGRAMMINGFall 2009
    CSC 170 INTRO COMPUTER PROGRAMMINGSpring 2009
    CSC 171 THE SCIENCE OF PROGRAMMING
    ECE 114 INTRO TO COMPUTRS & PROGRAMNG


    Earth through Time (N1EES001)

    This cluster is a general introduction to the earth and environmental sciences. (Note: EES 201 is a prerequisite for EES 203 and 204.)


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: EES

    Choose one or two of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    EES 101INTRO TO GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    EES 201 EVOLUTION OF THE EARTH
    Choose one or two of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    EES 100 OCEANOGRAPHYSpring 2009
    EES 103 INTRO. TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
    EES 105 INTRO. TO CLIMATE CHANGESpring 2012
    EES 106 METEORITES & IMPACT CRATERSFall 2011
    EES 108STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY
    EES 111 EARTHQUAKES & VOLCANIC HAZARDSSpring 2007Spring 2009
    EES 203 PHYSICAL SEDIMENTOLOGY
    EES 204 MINERALOGY
    EES 211GEOHAZARDS & THEIR MITIGATIONFall 2009


    Earth and Planetary Sciences (N1EES002)

    In this cluster students will become familiar with the history of the Earth, the processes that govern the patterns of that history and the relationship of our planet to the larger environment of the solar system. (Note: EES 201 is a prerequisite for EES 204.)


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: EES

    Choose one or two of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    AST 104 THE SOLAR SYSTEM
    AST 106 THE COSMIC ORIGINS OF LIFESpring 2010
    EES 105 INTRODUCTION TO CLIMATE CHANGESpring 2012
    EES 106 METEORITES AND IMPACTSFall 2011
    EES 111 EARTHQUAKES & VOLCANIC HAZARDSSpring 2007Spring 2009
    EES 211 GEOHAZARDS & THEIR MITIGATIONFall 2009
    Choose one or two of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    EES 204 MINERALOGY
    EES 208 STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY


    Earth Resources (N1EES003)

    Energy sources, their use and availability and the origin and mode of occurrence of minerals in the earth. (Note: EES 101 is a prerequisite for EES 204.)


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: EES

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    EES 101 INTRO TO GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    EES 119 ENERGY & MINERAL RESOURCESSpring 2010
    EES 219 ENERGY & SOCIETYFall 2012
    EES 222ENERGY RESOURCESSpring 2012
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    EES 204 MINERALOGY
    EES 208 STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY


    Global Environmental Change (N1EES007)

    This cluster examines the factors that shape the record of past environments. The current features and processes of the environment will be used to understand the past and predict the future.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: EES

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    EES 103 INTRO. TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
    Choose two of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    .EES 105 INTRO TO CLIMATE CHANGESpring 2012
    EES 101 INTRO. PHYSICAL GEOLOGYFall 2011
    EES 201 EVOLUTION OF THE EARTH
    EES 218 ATMOSPHERIC GEOCHEMISTRYFall 2011Spring 2013
    EES 219ENERGY AND SOCIETYFall 2011


    Earth and the Environment (N1EES004)

    This cluster is an introduction to the basic geological and chemical processes that govern earth systems dynamics. There is a general introduction to geological and environmental sciences, with additional focus on interactions between earth surface and atmosphere.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: EES

    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    EES 101 INTRO TO GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    EES 103 INTRO TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
    Choose two of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    EES 105 INTRO TO CLIMATE CHANGESpring 2012
    EES 119 ENERGY AND MINERAL RESOURCESSpring 2011
    EES 201 EVOLUTION OF THE EARTH
    EES 211 GEOHAZARDS & THEIR MITIGATIONFall 2009
    EES 213 PHYSICAL HYDROLOGYFall 2011
    EES 218 ATMOSPHERIC GEOCHEMISTRYFall 2011Spring 2013


    Impacts and Mass Extinctions (N1EES008)

    Only students who have completed at least one course in this cluster by the end of the Spring 2013 semester may complete it. Although it is a central tenet of geology that studying the present can be used to interpret the record of the past, some catastrophic events have no analog in the present workings of the environment. Two classes of such events are meteorite impacts and mass extinctions.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: EES

    Expires: Spring 2013

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    EES 101 INTRO. TO PHYSICAL GEOLOGY
    EES 106 METEORITES AND IMPACTS
    EES 201 EVOLUTION OF THE EARTH


    Life through Time (N1EES005)

    This cluster will introduce students to the geological record of life on Earth and also explain the environmental processes that sustain life and the biotic processes that affect the environment.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: EES

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    EES 201 EVOLUTION OF THE EARTH
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    EES 103 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
    EES 207 PRINCIPLES OF PALEONTOLOGY
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BIO 104 ECOSYSTEM PRESERVATION & HUMAN SOCIETYFall 2009
    BIO 110 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I
    BIO 111 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II
    BIO 112 BIOLOGY PERSPECTIVES I
    EES 270VERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGYSpring 2010


    The Scientific Method (N1INT013)

    An exmination of the scientific method aimed at providing a basic understanding of science and the scientific progress. The courses will address the larger view of science by exploring what constitutes a scientific theory and by examining the writings of scientists and their humanist contemporaries about the world view that science provides. The process of discovery will be used to teach the basic principles of science and the scientific method.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: INT

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    PHL 152 SCIENCE AND REASON
    PHY 103 PHYSICS OF MUSIC
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    PHY 100 NATURE OF PHYSICAL WORLD
    PHY 102 VISIONS OF MULTIVERSEFall 2009


    Math and Statistics for the Social Sciences (N1INT014)

    This cluster provides a solid foundation in calculus and statistics for students interested in the social sciences. The normal math course to take would be MTH 141 or MTH 161. The other options are for students who have AP credits for MTH 161. All students should be aware of the following: No more than one course in a cluster may be used toward a major or minor being used to fulfill a divisional requirement.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: INT

    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 141 CALCULUS I
    MTH 161 CALCULUS IA
    MTH 161Q QUEST CALCULUS IAFall 2011
    MTH 162 CALCULUS IIA
    MTH 162Q QUEST CALCULUS IIASpring 2012
    MTH 163 ORD DIFFERENTAIL EQUATIONS I
    MTH 164 MULTIDIMENSIONAL CALCULUS
    MTH 165 LINEAR ALG WITH DIFF EQUATIONS
    MTH 171 HONORS CALCULUS I
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    STT 211 APPL STAT FOR SOCIAL SCI
    STT 213 ELEMENTS OF PROB & MATH STAT
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    ECO 207 INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMICS
    ECO 231 ECONOMETRICS
    PSC 200 APPLIED DATA ANALYSIS
    PSC 201 POLITICAL INQUIRY
    PSC 272 THEORIES OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
    PSC 274 INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
    PSC 281 FORMAL MODELS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE
    PSC 285 STRATEGY AND POLITICS
    PSC 288 GAME THEORY


    Musical Sound -- Science and Synthesis (N4INT002)

    Introduction to the physical basis of musical sound, the technology of music and basic music theory.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: INT

    Choose two or three of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    6TH 212 ACOUSTICS
    ECE 140 INTRO TO DIGITAL MUSIC
    PHY 103 PHYSICS OF MUSIC
    You may also choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MUR 101 ELEMENTS OF MUSIC
    MUR 110 INTRO TO MUSIC THEORY
    MUR 111 THEORY I


    Modern Technology (N4INT001)

    Modern technology uses changing forces, currents, light, and materials. Find how technology uses these primary concepts to solve important practical problems.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: INT

    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 141 CALCULUS I
    MTH 161 CALCULUS IA
    MTH 161Q QUEST CALCULUS IA
    Also either choose two of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    ECE 101Q INTRO TO EE
    ME 120 ENGINEERING MECHANICS I
    OPT 101 INTRODUCTION TO OPTICS
    Or choose two of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CHE 102Q GLOBAL WARMING
    CHE 103Q AIR POLLTN: ENGINEERNG PERSCT
    CHE 105 CHIPS DIPS & AIR BAGS


    Origins (N1INT004)

    These courses explore our understanding of the origins of the Universe, the Milky Way galaxy, the chemical elements, the Sun and Solar System, the Earth, its oceans, continents and atmosphere, life, and human kind. Important background material will be covered in class.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: INT

    Choose three of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    AST 102 BLACK HOLES TIME WARPS...
    AST 104 THE SOLAR SYSTEM
    AST 105 INTRO TO THE MILKYWAY GALAXY
    AST 106 THE COSMIC ORIGINS OF LIFESpring 2010
    EES 101 INTRO PHYSICAL GEOLOGY


    The Science of Light and Sound (N1INT005)

    Physics of Music deals with sound waves, and Optics deals with light waves. The two kinds of waves have interesting similarities and differences. Students will learn about the sources, propagation and the perception of light and sound waves by living systems.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: INT

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 151 PERCEPTION & ACTION
    OPT 101INTRODUCTION TO OPTICS
    PHY 103PHYSICS OF MUSIC


    Mechanics (N4INT006)

    The essence of the mechanical universe: forces, structures transmitting forces, and motion.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: INT

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    ME 120 ENGINEERING MECHANICS I
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    PHY 121 MECHANICS
    PHY 141 MECHANICS (HONORS)
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 141 CALCULUS I
    MTH 161 CALCULUS IA
    MTH 161Q QUEST CALCULUS IA


    Energy and Power (N4INT007)

    What are energy and power? How are they produced, transmitted, and possibly wasted?


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: INT

    Note: Four courses (sixteen credits) required.

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    ME 123 THERMODYNAMICS
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    PHY 113 GENERAL PHYSICS I
    PHY 121 MECHANICS
    PHY 141 MECHANICS (HONORS)
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 141 CALCULUS I
    MTH 161 CALCULUS IA
    MTH 161Q QUEST CALCULUS IA
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 142 CALCULUS II
    MTH 162 CALCULUS IIA
    MTH 162Q CALCULUS IIA


    Life on Earth -- Biology, Earth and Environmental (N1INT015)

    This cluster will introduce major themes in biology, energy resource availability, and environmental science. The graduate will have the foundation necessary to make informed personal and political decisions concerning today's complex issues of biotechnology, ecosystem modification, and energy resource use and management.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: INT

    Choose at least one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BIO 101GENES, GERMS & GENOMICS: AN INTRO TO MODERN BIOLOGYFall 2011
    BIO 104 ECOSYSTEM CONSERVATION & HUMAN SOCIETY
    BIO 110 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I
    BIO 111 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II
    BIO 112 BIOLOGY PERSPECTIVES I
    BIO 113BIOLOGY PERSPECTIVES II
    Choose at least one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    EES 101 INTRO. TO GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    EES 103 INTRO. TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
    EES 219 ENERGY & SOCIETYFall 2011
    EES 318W ENVIRONMENTAL DECISIONS
    You may also choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    PHY 100 NATURE OF THE PHYSICAL WORLD
    PHY 102 VISIONS OF THE MULTIVERSEFall 2009


    Introduction to Physical Science (N1INT003)

    The utility of the scientific method is demonstrated across three fields of physical science. This cluster is for the student with little or no science background.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: INT

    Choose three courses (no more than one from each of the following groups)

    Astronomy group
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    AST 102 BLACK HOLES TIME WARPS...
    AST 104 THE SOLAR SYSTEM
    AST 105 INTRO TO THE MILKYWAY GALAXY
    AST 106 THE COSMIC ORIGINS OF LIFESpring 2010
    Chemistry group
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CHM 131 CHEM CONCPTS SYST PRACT I
    Optics group
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    OPT 101INTRODUCTION TO OPTICS
    Physics group
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    PHY 100 NATURE PHYSICAL WORLD
    PHY 102 VISIONS OF THE MULTIVERSEFall 2009
    PHY 103 PHYSICS OF MUSIC
    Earth and Environmental Sciences group
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    EES 101 INTRO TO GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    EES 103 INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
    EES 105 INTRO TO CLIMATE CHANGESpring 2012
    EES 106 METEORITES AND MASS EXTINCTIONS
    EES 201 EVOLUTION OF THE EARTH


    General Science (N1INT010)

    This Cluster is intended for students who had intended to major in a natural science or engineering field. Students with a continuing interest in one of these fields should consider a Cluster from that field.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: INT

    Choose two courses from any one group and one course from any other group. (Reminder: One cannot receive credit for both the Quest and non-Quest version of the same course.)

    Chemistry group
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CHM 131 CHEM CONCPTS SYST PRACT I
    CHM 132 CHEM CONCPTS SYST PRACT II
    Biology group
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BIO 110 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I
    BIO 111 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II
    BIO 112 BIOLOGY PERSPECTIVES I
    BIO 113 BIOLOGY PERSPECTIVES II
    Physics group
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    PHY 113 GENERAL PHYSICS I
    PHY 114 GENERAL PHYSICS II
    PHY 121 MECHANICS
    PHY 122 ELECTRICITY & MAGNETISM
    PHY 141 MECHANICS (HONORS)
    PHY 142 ELECTR & MAGNETISM (HONORS)
    Math group
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 140A CALCULUS WITH FOUNDATIONS I
    MTH 141CALCULUS I
    MTH 141A CALCULUS I
    MTH 142 CALCULUS II
    MTH 143 CALCULUS III
    MTH 161 CALCULUS IA
    MTH 161Q QUEST CALCULUS IA
    MTH 162 CALCULUS IIA
    MTH 162Q CALCULUS IIA
    MTH 171Q HONORS CALCULUS I
    Hajim School group
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 160 ENGINEERING COMPUTINGSpring 2011
    CSC 161 THE ART OF PROGRAMMINGFall 2008
    CSC 171 THE SCIENCE OF PROGRAMMINGFall 2008
    EAS 101/BME 101 INTRO TO BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
    EAS 102/CHE 150 GREEN ENGINEERINGFall 2008
    EAS 103/ECE 140 INTRO TO DIGITAL MUSICFall 2008
    EAS 104/ME 104 ENGINEERING OF BRIDGESFall 2008
    EAS 105/OPT 101 INTRO TO OPTICS
    EAS 106/CSC 166 VIDEO GAME PROGRAMMINGFall 2011
    EAS 107/ME 103 LOUDSPEAKER DESIGNFall 2010
    ECE 101 INTRO TO ECE
    ECE 114 INTRO TO COMPUTRS & PROGRAMNGSpring 2009
    ME 120 ENGINEERING MECHANICS IFall 2010


    Music Cognition (N1MAS002)

    This cluster provides an introduction to cognitive science through the window of music perception. Students will learn fundamentals of musical structure and basic principles of cognition, then use this knowledge to explore how music is perceived and remembered.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: MAS

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 260MUSIC AND THE MIND
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 110NEURAL FOUNDATIONS OF BEHAVIOR
    BCS 111FOUNDATIONS OF COGNITIVE SCIENCE
    BCS 112COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGYSpring 2012
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MUR 101ELEMENTS OF MUSIC
    MUR 110INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC THEORY
    MUR 111THEORY I
    TH 101MODEL COMPOSITION (MUST BE TAKEN WITH TH 161)
    TH 161AURAL SKILLS (MUST BE TAKEN WITH TH 101)


    Music Cognition for Musicians (N1MAS001)

    This cluster is designed for music majors or minors who have already taken MUR 110/111. Students will learn basic principles of cognition and the auditory system, then use this knowledge to explore how music is perceived and remembered.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: MAS

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 221AUDITORY PERCEPTION
    BCS 260MUSIC AND THE MIND
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 110NEURAL FOUNDATIONS OF BEHAVIOR
    BCS 111FOUNDATIONS OF COGNITIVE SCIENCE
    BCS 112COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGYSpring 2012


    Music and Language for Musicians (N1MAS003)

    This cluster is designed for music majors or minors who have already taken MUR 110/111 or equivalent. It explores the structural relations between music, cognition and language systems.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: MAS

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 260MUSIC AND THE MIND
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 152LANGUAGE AND PSYCHOLINGUISTICS
    BCS 261LANGUAGE USE AND UNDERSTANDING
    BCS 265LANGUAGE AND THE BRAIN
    LIN 110INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BCS 110NEURAL FOUNDATIONS OF BEHAVIOR
    BCS 111FOUNDATIONS OF COGNITIVE SCIENCE
    BCS 112COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGYSpring 2012


    Force and Motion (N4ME001)

    How do mechanical forces transmit and cause motion of things small and large?


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: ME

    Note: Four courses (sixteen credits) or five courses (twenty credits) required.

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    ME 120 ENGINEERING MECHANICS I
    ME 121 ENGINEERING MECHANICS II
    Choose this sequence
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 141 CALCULUS I
    MTH 142 CALCULUS II
    MTH 143 CALCULUS III
    or this sequence
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 161 CALCULUS IA
    MTH 162 CALCULUS IIA
    or this sequence
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 161Q QUEST CALCULUS IA
    MTH 162Q CALCULUS IIA


    Engineering Design (N4ME002)

    The process of design as found in biological structures (human or animal bodies) or man-made structures, the software used in man-made design, and the basic principles of structural analysis applicable to large or small structures.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: ME

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    ME 110INTRO TO CAD AND DRAWING
    ME 120ENGINEERING MECHANICS I
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 141 CALCULUS I
    MTH 161 CALCULUS IA
    MTH 161Q QUEST CALCULUS IA
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    EAS 104THE ENGINEERING OF BRIDGESFall 2010
    ME 104QLIFES DEVCSFall 2009


    Biomechanics (N4ME004)

    Biological structures (such as human and animal bodies, plants, etc.) are made so as to transmit forces, motion, and power. This cluster examines the principles of biomechanics, emphasizing the principles of design in the efficient function of animals and plants, and the application of these principles.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: ME

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BME 101 INTRO TO BIOMED ENGINEERING
    ME 120ENGINEERING MECHANICS I
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BIO 110 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I
    BIO 112 BIOLOGY PERSPECTIVES I
    CHM 131 CHEM CONCPTS SYST PRACT I
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    EAS 104THE ENGINEERING OF BRIDGESFall 2010
    ME 104QLIFES DEVCS: BIO & MAN MADE STRFall 2009
    This cluster requires four courses (sixteen credits).



    Engineering and Technology in Antiquity (N4ME005)

    An exploration of basic mechanics and optics through a study of engineering and technology in antiquity.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: ME

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    ME 106ENGINEERING IN ANTIQUITY
    ME 107MECHANICS AND OPTICS IN ANTIQUITY
    ME 206BUILDING ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY


    Design with Materials (N4ME003)

    Engineering design uses solids, fluids, or gases for the transmission of forces and power. Find out how materials are chosen, and why, to fit specific design requirements.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: ME

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CHM 131CHEM CONCPTS SYST PRACT I
    ME 110 INTRO TO CAD AND DRAWING
    ME 280INTRO TO MATERIALS SCIENCE
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    EAS 104 THE ENGINEERING OF BRIDGESFall 2010
    ME 104QLIFES DEVCS: BIO&MAN MADE STRFall 2009


    Introduction to Calculus and Contemporary Mathemat (N1MTH006)

    The first two courses in the cluster integrate precalculus mathematics with an introduction to the differential calculus. The third course covers either the integral calculus or contemporary mathematics. This cluster is designed for students who lack the mathematics skills needed to perform successfully in the standard calculus courses.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: MTH

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 140A CALCULUS WITH FOUNDATIONS I
    MTH 141A CALCULUS I
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 130 EXCURSIONS IN MATH
    MTH 142 CALCULUS II


    Math and Statistics (N1MTH008)

    This cluster provides a solid foundation in calculus and statistics. The normal track would be MTH 161-162 and the statistics course, or MTH 141-142 and the statistics course. (Students who have AP credit for MTH 161 might consider N1MTH001, which is the only cluster that permits AP credit.)


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: MTH

    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    STT 211 APPLIED STT FOR SOCIAL SCI I
    STT 212 APPLIED STT BIO PHY SCI I
    STT 213 ELEMENTS PROB & MATH STATS
    You may choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 141 CALCULUS I
    MTH 161 CALCULUS IA
    MTH 161Q QUEST CALCULUS
    You may choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 142 CALCULUS II
    MTH 162 CALCULUS IIA
    MTH 162Q QUEST CALCULUS IIA
    You may choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 163 ORD. DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
    MTH 165 LINEAR ALG W/DIFFRNTL EQUATN
    You may choose one or two of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 130 EXCURSIONS IN MATH
    MTH 217 MTH MODELING IN POLITCL SCI
    MTH 218 INTRO MATH MOD-LIFE SCIENCE


    Honors Calculus (N1MTH001)

    An honors sequence covering the fundamental concepts of calculus.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: MTH

    Choose three of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    AP or CALCULUS IA
    MTH 162 CALCULUS IIA
    MTH 162Q QUEST CALCULUS IIASpring 2012
    MTH 163 ORD. DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
    MTH 164 MULTIDIMENSIONAL CALCULUS
    MTH 165 LINEAR ALG W/DIFFRNTL EQUATN
    MTH 171 HONORS CALCULUS I
    MTH 172 HONORS CALCULUS II
    MTH 173 HONORS CALCULUS III
    MTH 174 HONORS CALCULUS IV


    Calculus and Mathematics (N1MTH002)

    A three-semester calculus sequence covering techniques and applications of differentiation and integration, Taylor series, and other standard topics through partial derivatives.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: MTH

    Choose two or three of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 130 EXCURSIONS IN MATH
    MTH 142 CALCULUS II
    MTH 143 CALCULUS III
    You may also choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 141 CALCULUS I
    MTH 161 CALCULUS IA
    MTH 161Q QUEST CALCULUS


    Analysis and Calculus (N1MTH003)

    This cluster covers, at a faster pace, the material in the calculus cluster. In addition, a semester of differential equations or a semester of multidimensional analysis is required.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: MTH

    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 162 CALCULUS IIA
    MTH 162Q CALCULUS IIA
    Choose one or two of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 161 CALCULUS IA
    MTH 161Q QUEST CALCULUS IA
    MTH 164 MULTIDIMENSIONAL CALCULUS
    You may also choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 163 ORD. DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
    MTH 165 LINEAR ALG W/DIFFRNTL EQUATN
    Reminder: You cannot earn credit for both MTH 161: CALCULUS IA and MTH 161Q: QUEST CALCULUS IA.



    Calculus and Probability (N1MTH004)

    A cluster covering the fundamental concepts of calculus and probability.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: MTH

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 201 INTRO TO PROBABILITY
    Choose one or two of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 161 CALCULUS IA
    MTH 161Q QUEST CALCULUS IA
    MTH 162 CALCULUS IIA
    MTH 162Q CALCULUS IIA
    MTH 164 MULTIDIMENSIONAL CALCULUS
    You may also choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 163 ORD. DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
    MTH 165 LINEAR ALG W/DIFFRNTL EQUATN
    Reminder: You cannot earn credits for both the Quest and non-Quest versions of the same course.



    Mathematical Modeling for the Social Sciences (N1MTH007)

    A cluster for students interested in learning how mathematics is used for modeling in the social sciences.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: MTH

    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 130 EXCURSIONS IN MATH
    MTH 140A CALCULUS WITH FOUNDATIONS I
    MTH 141 CALCULUS I
    MTH 161 CALCULUS IA
    MTH 161Q QUEST CALCULUS IAFall 2011
    MTH 162 CALCULUS IIA
    MTH 171 HONORS CALCULUS I
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 217 MTH MODELING IN POLITCL SCI
    MTH 218 INTRO MATH MOD-SOC&LIFE SCISpring 2010
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    ECO 207 INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMICS
    PSC 272 THEORIES OF INTERNAT RELATNS
    PSC 274 INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
    PSC 281 FORMAL MODELS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE
    PSC 285 STRATEGY & POLITICS
    PSC 288 GAME THEORY


    Advanced Mathematics (N1MTH005)

    A cluster covering the fundamental concepts of calculus together with one semester of more advanced material.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: MTH

    Choose at least one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 150 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
    MTH 200 TRANSITION TO HIGHER MATH
    MTH 202 INTRO TO STOCHASTIC PROCESSE
    MTH 208 OPERATIONS RESEARCH I
    MTH 210 INTRO TO FINANCIAL MATHEMTCS
    MTH 215 FRACTALS& COMPUTER GRAPHICS
    MTH 217 MTH MODELING IN POLITCL SCI
    MTH 218 INTRO MATH MOD-LIFE SCIENCE
    MTH 230 NUMBER THEORY W/APPLICATIONS
    MTH 233INTRODUCTION TO CRYPTOGRAPHY
    MTH 235 LINEAR ALGEBRA
    MTH 236 INTRO TO ALGEBRA I
    MTH 237 INTRO TO ALGEBRA II
    MTH 238 COMBINATORIAL ANALYSIS
    MTH 240 INTRO TO TOPOLOGY
    MTH 246SET THEORY AND LOGIC
    MTH 248GRAPH THEORY
    MTH 250 INTRO TO GEOMETRY
    MTH 255 DIFF. GEOMETRY I
    MTH 256 DIFF GEOMETRY IISpring 2011
    MTH 263ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
    MTH 265FUNCTIONS OF A REAL VARIABLE I
    MTH 266REAL ANALYSIS II
    MTH 280 NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
    MTH 281 INTRO TO FOURIER ANALYSIS
    MTH 282 INTRO TO COMPLEX VAR WITH AP
    MTH 285 METHODS OF APPLIED MATH
    MTH 300 HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS
    You may also choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 161 CALCULUS IA
    MTH 161Q QUEST CALCULUS IASpring 2011
    MTH 162 CALCULUS IIA
    MTH 162Q CALCULUS IIASpring 2012
    MTH 164 MULTIDIMENSIONAL CALCULUS
    You may also choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 163 ORD. DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
    MTH 165 LINEAR ALG W/DIFFRNTL EQUATN


    Science -- Discovery, History and Methodology (N1PAS001)

    An examination of scientific discoveries in physics and astronomy from the scientist's point of view and compared to the understanding of science and the scientific process from other disciplines. No background knowledge is required and the material will be presented with very little mathematics.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: PAS

    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    HIS 185HISTORICAL ORIGINS OF MODERN ASTRONOMYFall 2013
    PHL 152SCIENCE AND REASON
    Choose one or two of the following:
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    AST 102 BLACK HOLES TIME WARPS...
    AST 104 THE SOLAR SYSTEM
    AST 105 INTRO TO THE MILKYWAY GALAXY
    AST 106 THE COSMIC ORIGINS OF LIFESpring 2010
    You may also choose one of the following:
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    PHY 100 NATURE OF THE PHYSICAL WORLD
    PHY 102VISIONS OF MULTIVERSEFall 2009


    The Nature of the Universe (N1PAS003)

    An overview of the study of the Universe. Emphasis is given to the important concepts with a minimal amount of mathematics.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: PAS

    Choose two or three of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    AST 102 BLACK HOLES TIME WARPS...
    AST 104 THE SOLAR SYSTEM
    AST 105 INTRO TO THE MILKYWAY GALAXY
    AST 106 THE COSMIC ORIGINS OF LIFESpring 2010
    You may also choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    PHY 100 NATURE PHYSICAL WORLD
    PHY 102VISIONS OF MULTIVERSEFall 2009
    PHY 103 PHYSICS OF MUSIC


    Quantitative Physics (N1PAS004)

    An overview of physics that uses mathematics, including calculus, so that quantitative calculations can be performed.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: PAS

    Choose two or three of the following calculus-based Astronomy or Physics courses
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    AST 111 ELEMENTARY ASTRONOMY
    AST 142 ELEMENTARY ASTROPHYSICS
    PHY 113 GENERAL PHYSICS I
    PHY 114 GENERAL PHYSICS II
    PHY 121 MECHANICS
    PHY 122 ELECTRICITY & MAGNETISM
    PHY 123 MODERN PHYSICS
    PHY 141 MECHANICS (HONORS)
    PHY 142 ELECTRICITY & MAGNETISM
    PHY 143 MODERN PHYSICS
    You may choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 141 CALCULUS I
    MTH 142 CALCULUS II
    MTH 143 CALCULUS III
    MTH 161 CALCULUS IA
    MTH 161Q QUEST CALCULUS IA
    MTH 162 CALCULUS IIA
    MTH 162Q QUEST CALCULUS IIA
    Or you may choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CHM 131CHEM CONCPTS SYST PRACT I
    PHY 103PHYSICS OF MUSIC


    Physics in Seafaring (N1PAS006)

    This cluster focuses on the nature of forces affecting or employed by a ship on the high seas.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: PAS

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    NAV 249SHIP SYSTEMS II
    Choose two of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    PHY 113 GENERAL PHYSICS I
    PHY 114 GENERAL PHYSICS II
    PHY 121 MECHANICS
    PHY 122 ELECTRICITY & MAGNETISM
    PHY 141 MECHANICS (HONORS)
    PHY 142 ELECTRICITY & MAGN (HONORS)


    Honors Physics (Quest) (N1PAS005)

    An overview of Physics that uses mathematics, including calculus, so that quantitative calculations can be performed.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: PAS

    Choose three of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 161Q QUEST CALCULUS IA
    PHY 141 MECHANCIS (HONORS)
    PHY 142 ELECTRICITY & MAGNETISM
    PHY 143 MODERN PHYSICS
    PHY 237 QUANTUM MECHANICS OF PHYSICAL SYSTEMS


    Science and Technology by Inquiry (N1PAS007)

    The courses in this cluster will explore what constitutes a scientific theory by providing students with the opportunity to engage in scientific hypothesis testing in the laboratory. This cluster will also expose the students to the design process, specifically the process of determining constraints and optimization of a design.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: PAS

    Choose two of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    PHY 100 NATURE OF THE PHYSICAL WORLD
    PHY 102 VISIONS OF MULTIVERSEFall 2009
    PHY 103PHYSICS OF MUSIC
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    EAS 104THE ENGINEERING OF BRIDGESFall 2010
    ME 104QLIFE'S STRUCT: MECH. DESIGN & TECH. WORLDFall 2009


    An Introduction to the Physical World (N1PAS002)

    This is an introductory cluster designed especially for students in the humanities and other non-scientific fields who are interested in learning something about the physical world. Substantial use will be made of demonstrations. No background knowledge is required and the material will be presented with very little mathematics.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: PAS

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    PHY 103 PHYSICS OF MUSIC
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    PHY 100 NATURE PHYSICAL WORLD
    PHY 102 VISIONS OF MULTIVERSEFall 2009
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    AST 102 BLACK HOLES TIME WARPS...
    AST 104 THE SOLAR SYSTEM
    AST 105 INTRO TO THE MILKYWAY GALAXY
    AST 106 THE COSMIC ORIGINS OF LIFESpring 2010


    Epidemiology and Statistics (N1PH001)

    An examination of the principles and skills required to assess population health.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: PH

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    PH 103CONCEPTS OF EPIDEMIOLOGYFall 2009
    Choose one or two of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 218MATHEMATICAL MODELING IN THE LIFE SCIENCES
    STT 216APPLIED STAT. FOR BIOL. PHYSICAL SCIENCES II
    You may also choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    STT 212APPLIED STAT. FOR BIOL. PHYSICAL SCIENCES I
    STT 213ELEMENTS PROB. & MATH. STAT.


    Logic (N1PHL001)

    This cluster begins with the basic course in symbolic logic and is followed by two courses that explore theoretical questions about logic and computation and develop more advanced logical systems.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: PHL

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    PHL 110 INTRODUCTORY LOGIC
    Choose one or two of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    PHL 211 LOGIC & LANGUAGE
    PHL 212 (no title available for this course)
    PHL 213 (no title available for this course)
    PHL 214 LOGICAL METHODS PHILOSOPHY
    PHL 215 INTERMEDIATE LOGIC
    PHL 216 MATHEMATICAL LOGIC
    PHL 217 UNCERTAIN INFERENCE
    PHL 218 PHILOSOPHY OF MATHEMATICS
    PHL 219 DEVIANT LOGIC
    You may also choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 171 SCIENCE OF PROGRAMMING
    CSC 172 SCIENCE OF DATA STRUCTURES
    Or you may choose the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    LIN 265 FORMAL SEMANTICS


    Probability and Statistics (N1STT002)

    This cluster provides an introduction to methods and theory of probability and statistics.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: STT

    Required
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    STT 201 ELEMENTS OF PROBABILITY AND MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS
    STT 203 INTRO TO MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    MTH 162 ANALYSIS II
    MTH 172 ANALYSIS IIA


    Applied Statistics (N1STT001)

    This cluster provides an overview of applied statistics as used in various fields of science, industry and for government activity.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: STT

    Choose one or two of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    STT 216APPLIED STATISTICS II
    STT 221 SAMPLING TECHNIQUES
    You may also choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    STT 211 APPLIED STATISTICS FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES I
    STT 212 APPLIED STATISTICS FOR THE BIOLOGICAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES I
    STT 213 ELEMENTS PROB & MATH STATS
    You may also choose 4 credits of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    STT 277INTRO TO STT SOFTWARE & EXPLORATORY DATA ANALYSIS (4 credits)Fall 2013
    STT 277 COMPUTING: INTRO TO SOFTWARE (2 credits)Spring 2013
    STT 278 METHODS OF DATA ANALYSIS (2 credits)Spring 2013
    You may also choose both of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    STT 222 DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS (2 credits)
    STT 241 APPLIED MULTIVARIATE (2 credits)
    You may also choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CSC 161 THE ART OF PROGRAMMINGFall 2009
    CSC 170 INTRODUCTORY COMPUTER PROGRAMMINGSpring 2009
    CSC 171 THE SCIENCE OF PROGRAMMING


    Energy and Sustainability (N1SUS001)

    The cluster consists of three groups of courses: group one introduces students to the natural world and the impact humans have on it; group two discusses the basic ideas of energy availability and use; group three introduces students to the social/philosophical background of sustainability.


    Academic Division: Natural Sciences and Engineering
    Academic Department: SUS

    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    BIO 104 ECOSYSTEM PRESERVATION & HUMAN SOCIETY
    EES 101 INTRODUCTION TO GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    EES 103 INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
    EES 105 INTRO. TO CLIMATE CHANGESpring 2012
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    CHE 150 GREEN ENERGY
    CHE 278 ENERGY ALTERNATIVES DESIGN LABSpring 2010
    EES 119 ENERGY & MINERAL RESOURCESSpring 2010
    EES 219 ENERGY & SOCIETYFall 2011
    EES 222ENERGY RESOURCESSpring 2012
    Choose one of the following
    Course NumberCourse TitleValid BeginningValid Through
    HIS 300HISTORY OF NATUREFall 2013
    HIS 371WHISTORY OF NATURESpring 2013
    PHL 103 CONTEMPORARY MORAL PROBLEMS
    PHL 230 ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
    PSC 243 ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
    PSC 247 GREEN MARKETS: ENVIRONMENTAL OPP'S & PITFALLSSpring 2011