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The entry-level mathematics requirement for the engineering programs is Calculus 1. Students who are placed in lower-level mathematics courses based on their ALEKS test scores and who need to maintain full-time status may have problems finding courses that are accepted in an engineering or computer science program in future semesters.
This may delay their entry into a particular engineering or computer science program.
After successfully completing the core courses, students may apply to a particular engineering program. The Division of Engineering Student Services and Advising is available to assist students in selection of a major field of study and can be reached at or engineering-services fau.
Students with engineering degrees from ABET-accredited institutions will be directly admitted to engineering or computer science programs of their choice. Students may appeal denial of admission to a major through the academic petition process.
For an appeal to have merit, students must explain new academic or personal information as well as extenuating circumstances.
The faculty coordinator for the preprofessional program will review the petition according to the established College guidelines and make a recommendation to the academic petition committee. Students transferring from Florida community or state colleges who meet the preprofessional program course requirements will be directly admitted to the particular engineering and computer science program of their choice.
The College of Engineering and Computer Science participates in the Southeast Florida Engineering Education Consortium, a collaborative effort among public colleges and universities in this region. Detailed advising sheets outlining the courses needed at the community or state college and at FAU are available for students transferring from Miami Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Indian River colleges.
These sheets also provide a useful guide for students transferring from other institutions. Students should contact their community or state college advisor or the FAU department in which they intend to enroll.
As students are accepted into particular engineering programs, each department has experienced advisors who meet with students every term to help ensure they are taking courses in the proper sequence and at a rate consistent with their personal objectives, academic ability and other commitments.
Final responsibility for meeting degree requirements and for fulfillment of course prerequisites rests with the student. Co-op students either alternate periods of full-time work and study or work half time while pursuing their degrees.
The College also sponsors one-semester internships available to students enrolled for a degree within the College. Internships provide an opportunity for students to gain career-related work experience while pursuing their degrees. All students must be registered with the Center to participate in co-op or internship programs.
Engineering Student Services The Division of Engineering Student Services and Advising promotes student success and professional development, encourages excellence and works to make the University experience more meaningful.
It provides a single place for students to go for assistance or for referral to others for help. Questions related to admissions, financial aid, advising, student organizations and activities and other student-related matters may be directed to the Division of Engineering Student Services at or engineering-services fau.
Work opportunities sometimes are available as student assistants in offices and laboratories and on externally sponsored research projects. For more information, contact the Division of Engineering Student Services and Advising at or engineering-services fau.
Foreign Language Requirement All students must satisfy the foreign language requirement for admission to the University. Innovation Leadership Honors Program Increasingly, engineers are expected to be able to collaborate effectively with a wide variety of other problem solvers including lawyers, economists, historians, artists and politicians.
The ability to seek out, appreciate and incorporate elements of economics, sociology, psychology and business to identify possible solutions to pressing problems will be a major part of the future of engineering.
ILHP offers a comprehensive, coordinated program incorporating leadership, innovation and entrepreneurship within the engineering and computer science curriculum, placing FAU at the forefront of engineering education.
The ILHP also provides students with invaluable practical experience and access to industry leaders. Innovation Leadership scholars complete both the degree requirements of their selected major and the special requirements of the ILHP. The requirements total 9 credits. For more information, contact the program coordinators at innovate fau.
Eligibility Requirements Engineering and Computer Science students with strong academic records and interest in improving their leadership and innovation skills are encouraged to apply for the ILHP program. Students must meet the following program entry requirements: A cumulative GPA of at least 3.
Submission of the online application. Additional eligibility requirements for departments include: Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatics Engineering 1. Department of Ocean and Mechanical Engineering 1.
Minimum grade of "C" in all courses taken. Minimum grade of "B" in both Statics and Engineering Thermodynamics. While it is expected that most students applying for this program will either have United States citizenship or evidence of permanent residence, international students will not be precluded from consideration and acceptance.
Acceptance of a student into this honors program will be based on the evaluation of the evidence of leadership skills, innovative capabilities and academic performance as evidenced in their application.Undergraduate Major in Computer Game Science.
The Computer Game Science major gives students a strong foundation in introductory information and computer science, an extensive education in technologies and design practices associated with computer games, and an opportunity to focus in two areas of particular interest to the student.
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Courses offered by the Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering are listed under the subject code CME on the Stanford Bulletin's ExploreCourses web site.. ICME is a degree granting (M.S./Ph.D.) interdisciplinary institute at the intersection of mathematics, computing, engineering and applied sciences.
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) spans a spectrum of topics from (i) materials, devices, circuits, and processors through (ii) control, signal processing, and systems analysis to (iii) software, computation, computer systems, and networking.
“The idea of threshold concepts emerged from a UK national research project into the possible characteristics of strong teaching and learning environments in the disciplines for undergraduate education (Enhancing Teaching-Learning Environments in Undergraduate Courses).
The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Civil Engineering equips students with the relevant skills and knowledge to provide a range of professional civil engineering services in regional, national and international environments. The course prepares graduates for work involving the planning, design, construction and maintenance of critical civil engineering infrastructure such as buildings.