3+2 Program Requirements

Engineering Foundation courses taken by all 3+2 engineering students (40 - 41 credits):

CS 111: Programming for Science and Engineering w/ lab (3)
ENGR 150: Engineering Seminar (2)
ENGR 250: System Design and Analysis w/Lab (4)
CHEM 113: General Chemistry I w/Lab (4)
CHEM 114: General Chemistry II w/Lab (4)
PHYS 113: Physics for Scientists and Engineers I w/Lab (4)
PHYS 114: Physics for Scientists and Engineers II w/Lab (4)
MATH 129: Analytic Geometry/Calculus I (4)
MATH 130: Analytic Geometry/Calculus II (4)
MATH 231: Analytic Geometry/Calculus III (4)
MATH 237: Mathematical Methods for the Physical Sciences (3) or MATH 250: Linear Algebra (4)

Required courses for B.S. Physics, with Aerospace, Biomedical, Mechanical, Civil, Electrical or Systems Engineering tracks (22 credits):

MATH 238: Differential Equations (3)
PHYS 231: Modern Physics w/Lab (4)
PHYS 330: Classical Mechanics (3)
PHYS 371: Electricity & Magnetism I (3)
PHYS 350: Thermodynamics (3)
PHYS 440: Quantum Mechanics (3)
PHYS 490: Senior Physics Seminar (3)

Required courses for Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Tracks (9 credits):

PHYS 241: Statics (3)
PHYS 242: Mechanics of Solids (3)
(1) AME Course (3000 or 4000 level) taken at the University of Notre Dame to satisfy the Physics Elective Requirement

Required courses for Civil Engineering Track (12 credits):

MATH 361: Probability & Statistics (3)
PHYS 241: Statics (3)
PHYS 242: Mechanics of Solids (3)
(1) CE Course (3000 or 4000 level) taken at the University of Notre Dame to satisfy the Physics Elective Requirement

Required courses for Electrical Engineering track (15 credits):

CS 270: Computer Organization (4)
PHYS 233: Electronics I w/Lab (4)
(2) EE Course (3000 or 4000 level) taken at the University of Notre Dame to satisfy the Physics Elective Requirement

Required courses for B.S. in Chemistry with Chemical Engineering track (34 credits):

MATH 238: Differential Equations (3)
CHEM 241: Organic Chemistry I w/Lab (4)
CHEM 242: Organic Chemistry II w/Lab (4)
CHEM 243: Analytical Chemistry w/Lab (5)
CHEM 244: Instrumental Analysis w/Lab (5)
CHEM 357: Physical Chemistry I w/Lab (5)
CHEM 358: Physical Chemistry II w/Lab (5)
CHEM 40443: Inorganic Chemistry (3) – taken at the University of Notre Dame as an Advanced Science Elective

Required courses for B.S. in Computer Science with Computer Engineering track (57 credits):

CS 112 — Introduction to Programming (3)
CS 120 — Object-Oriented Software Development (4)
CS 232: Data Structures (4)
CS 233: Advanced Data Structures (4)
CS 270: Computer Organization (4)
CS 315: Programming Paradigms (3)
MATH 127: Logics & Axiomatics (3)
MATH 235: Discrete Mathematics (3)
MATH 361: Probability & Statistics (3)
PHYS 233: Electronics I w/Lab (4)
CSE 30321: Computer Architecture I (4) – taken at the University of Notre Dame
CSE 30322 Computer Architecture II (4) – taken at the University of Notre Dame
CSE 30341: Operating Systems Principles (3) - taken at the University of Notre Dame
CSE 40232: Software Engineering (3) - taken at the University of Notre Dame
(4) CSE Electives (3 credits each)– taken at the University of Notre Dame

Required courses for B.S. in Environmental Science with Environmental Engineering track (54-60 credits):

ENST 201 Environmental Science I w/ Lab (4)
ENST 202 Environmental Science II w/ Lab (4)
ENST 401F Water Quality Analysis (3)
CHEM 241: Organic Chemistry I w/ lab (4)
CHEM 241: Organic Chemistry II w/ lab (4)
MATH 361: Probability & Statistics (3)
BIOL 113: Evolution & Diversity w/Lab (4) - fulfilled by taking CE 40341: Biological Process Design at the University of Notre Dame
BIOL 210: Organisms & Ecosystems w/Lab (4) - fulfilled by taking CE 40350: Environmental Microbiology at the University of Notre Dame
PHYS 241: Statics (3)
ENST 49x: Environmental Science Capstone (3) - taken at the University of Notre Dame
(6) ENST Electives (3/4 credits each)– taken at the University of Notre Dame

King’s College Core Curriculum (43 credits):

Students will fulfill the majority of their CORE Curriculum requirements at King’s, with some programs of study requiring some CORE courses being taken at Notre Dame or Washington University.  Quantitative Reasoning and Natural Science requirements are fulfilled by mathematics and science courses required in the 3+2 program of study.