Last modified on: Friday, November 09, 2018
One and only one course from outside the Colleges of Engineering, Math, or Physics may be approved for use as a technical elective and only if the course technical content is deemed sufficient and the student has prior approval.
One course may be 200 level (with special permission) and a “combination” of successfully completed courses as documented on a community college (or technical school) transcript “may” be substituted (via department head approval) as one and only one technical elective credit. No course with a G (general education) or V (Viewing a Wider World) number suffix will be accepted as a technical elective.
One Engineering course may be 300 level or above with special permission as one and only one technical elective credit. See advisor for more information.
Note – judicious use of technical electives may be used to fulfill requirements for a “concentration” or for a Minor. Electives are grouped under minors. Students may take any of these courses for technical electives with proper pre-requisites.