The Engineering program requires you to take a number of electives:
All engineering students, as a part of a balanced curriculum, must take a number of courses in each of a number of specific areas to fulfill the complementary studies component of the curriculum. Some of these courses are already built into the standard timetables of most programs, although each student must ensure that he or she has successfully completed the courses in all of the following categories.
Read more about complementary studies electives.
ENGL 112 – Strategies for University Writing: Any of the other 100-level English courses may be substituted for this course, although ENGL 112 is recommended. Students must achieve a Language Proficiency Index (LPI) of 5 before being permitted to register for any 100-level English courses.
APSC 201 – Technical Communication
Students are also reminded of the English requirements that must be passed before continuing beyond certain milestones in their academic programs.
When you register for courses, your registration is checked for the necessary prerequisite/corequisite requirement. If you are not permitted to register for a course due of this reason, you need to obtain permission from the department that offers the course or the instructor of the course. However, it is your responsibility to ensure that you have met all of the necessary prerequisites before taking a course. Taking a course without the required prerequisites can easily lead to failure.