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1 Dual Degree Advising Guidelines August 21, 2013 Overview Welcome to the dual degree program at UW-Eau Claire. In the dual degree program, you will complete most of the requirements for a physics major at UW-Eau Claire, then transfer to an engineering program at either UW-Madison or the University of Minnesota. Some of the courses taken at the engineering school will transfer back to UW-Eau Claire, and, at the end of the program, you will receive two degrees, a bachelors degree in physics from UW-Eau Claire and a bachelors degree in a field of engineering from the engineering school. The official name of the UW-Eau Claire major is Physics, Liberal Arts, Dual Degree Engineering Emphasis. Note that under this major, you do not receive your UW-Eau Claire degree until the engineering degree has been completed and the registrar s office has an official record of your engineering degree. Note: students are accepted into engineering programs based primarily on their technical GPA. Technical GPA is an average of all math, physics, chemistry, and computer science classes. If a class is retaken, both grades are included. Typically, a technical GPA of 3.2 is required for admissions to most programs see your adviser for the latest specific requirements for each school and major. Students in the dual degree program must calculate their technical GPA after each semester to ensure that they are on track for their desired program. It is also recommended that students maintain an overall GPA of at least 3.0. Acceptance into engineering school is controlled by UW-Madison and the University of Minnesota their entrance criteria can and do change. Related Programs You might also want to consider as alternatives a traditional physics degree (liberal arts emphasis or the applied physics emphasis) or the pre-engineering program. In the preengineering program, you take classes that will transfer to an engineering school, and then transfer, usually after 2 years. In pre-engineering, no UW-Eau Claire degree is earned. Consult with your adviser to be sure that you have chosen the best program for your situation. Note that if you switch programs, you will likely also switch advisers. Planning The dual degree program is complex and academically challenging. It is vital that you plan your college career at UW-Eau Claire very carefully. Failure to do so can mean taking unnecessary courses or spending additional semesters at UW-Eau Claire or the engineering school. To keep extra courses to a minimum, students should decide on a field of engineering and an engineering school as soon as possible. The purpose of this document is to help you plan so that your program is as smooth, efficient, and easy as possible. This document is intended to help you plan. Of course, the catalog has the official requirements for graduation, but we have summarized them here in a way that makes planning much easier. You should look over your degree plan, the newest version of this document, and the catalog every semester to make sure that you are on track to meet all the requirements for your catalog year. You should also periodically get degree audits to double check that you are indeed meeting the necessary requirements. 1

2 During the first semester of your freshman year you will make your degree plan. The degree plan is a detailed semester-by-semester listing of every course that you plan to take during your career at UW-Eau Claire. The plan should include, in detail, how you will meet all of the UW-Eau Claire requirements. After completing the degree plan, you will know how many semesters you should expect to take at UW-Eau Claire. Your degree plan may change over time. Usually the changes are small and can be made easily. Some courses may be canceled, or may not fit into your schedule, or you may change your mind. Every time you change your degree plan, give your adviser a copy. Completing the degree plan sounds very intimidating, and it is a lot of work, but we will help walk you through it. Just follow the directions listed below. The degree plan layout is listed on pages 7 and 8 of this document. Page 7 is a checklist of most of the important requirements you will need to meet: the University requirements, the College of Arts and Sciences requirements for the B.S. degree, and the dual degree emphasis requirements. (It is possible to get a B.A. in the program, but it is almost never done. See your adviser and the catalog if interested.) You will also need to complete a minor. Most students complete a minor in math since they are only 8 credits short after completing their other requirements. Some courses are required by certain engineering schools and engineering majors but not necessarily by UW-Eau Claire. In order to minimize your time in engineering school, consult the Dual Degree Advising Notes section to see what additional courses you should take. Page 8 is a semester-by-semester list of courses you have taken or plan to take at UW-Eau Claire. Filling Out the Degree Plan If you have the Word version of this document, edit pages 7 and 8. On page 8, list any transfer or AP credits, and fill in any semesters you have completed or are currently taking. Mark on the checklist (page 7) any requirements you have completed. Then, making sure you meet all the requirements listed on the checklist and the advising notes, fill out the courses you will take during your remaining semesters at UW-Eau Claire. We suggest you start with the required math, physics, and other technical courses and fill in the GE requirements around them. Often you can find courses that count in multiple categories. Be sure to list exact courses not just the GE type. For example, list ARTH 324 (GE IVA, CD2, FC) and not just GE IVA. As you choose your courses, check the catalog to make sure that you are only listing fall courses in the fall semesters, and spring courses in spring semesters. (Courses offered in the fall generally remain fall courses in later years, and so on.) You may also want to consider taking summer, winterim, or interim courses. List those courses in the degree plan as well. After you complete your degree plan, enter your future course plans into the CampS course planner (called My Planner) and keep that up to date, too. This will assist in future degree audits. Dual Degree Advising Notes Every student must have a minor. The minors that are usually completed by dual degree students are math, chemistry, computational science, foreign language and topical (general minor program designed by student and approved by the Dean of Arts and Sciences). You must officially add your minor. To do this, go to the department office that oversees that minor. The paperwork for the topical minor must be filled out during the fall of your sophomore year. 2

3 The plan for your topical minor must be carefully considered to be approved by the Dean. MATH 114, 215, 216 and 312 provide 16 credits toward a math minor. MATH 354 (Introduction to Mathematical Modeling, 4 cr.) and MATH 345 (Introduction to Probability and Mathematical Statistics, 4 cr.) together enable you to finish the math minor. (They are also excellent courses for engineering majors to take.) Note that MATH 345 is a Fall only course and MATH 354 is a Spring only course. (The catalog has a typo and incorrectly states that MATH 354 is Fall only.) Students need to take 12 credits of physics courses at or above the 325 level. These courses must be taken at UW-Eau Claire. Most students who start at UW-Eau Claire will automatically satisfy this requirement. If you received transfer credit in lieu of PHYS 332, PHYS 340, PHYS 350, PHYS 356, or PHYS 365, you may need to take additional upper-level physics courses at UW-Eau Claire. Civil, mechanical, and aerospace engineers must take PHYS 255 (Statics) and PHYS 356 (Dynamics) instead of PHYS 365. UW-Madison specific notes All engineering fields: take either CHEM 115 or both CHEM 103 and CHEM 104. Madison s EPD 397 (EPD=Engineering Professional Development) is a technical writing course effectively required in most engineering disciplines. EPD 397 transfers back to UW-Eau Claire as a 300 level GE 1A (English 305). Be sure you choose your UW-Eau Claire GE courses to meet UW-Madison s Liberal Electives requirements see your adviser. Also note that students transferring to UW- Madison will need a letter of recommendation from a faculty member in the sciences or mathematics who has been your instructor in a technical course. Have your recommender the letter to your adviser by December (if transferring in the fall of the following year) or by April (if transferring in the spring of the following year). Also look at the UW-Madison document Tips for Transfers ( Chemical: Chemical engineering is extremely difficult (but not impossible) to do with the dual degree program since it has less overlap with physics and math courses. See your adviser. Civil: take Statics (PHYS 255) and Dynamics (PHYS 356). In general, do NOT take CS 163; instead take CEE 291 at Madison. It will transfer back and fulfill the computing requirement of the dual-degree program. You will need to fill out course substitution paperwork before leaving UW-Eau Claire. Our MATH 345 counts for Madison s STAT 324, which is a required course in their program. Electrical: take CS 163, take PHYS 360 (talk to your adviser for more details). Our PHYS 350 & 360 together count as ECE 230, ECE 340, ECE 170 and ECE 270 at Madison for Electrical Engineers. Note that Madison s courses cover some topics that PHYS 350 & 360 do not--you may want to consider taking ECE 340 anyway. Talk to your UW-Madison adviser when you transfer. While MATH 346 3

4 will count for the Madison s STAT 311 requirement (MATH 345 will not), UW- Madison s transfer adviser encourages students to take STAT 311 at Madison. Engineering Mechanics: take Statics (PHYS 255) and Dynamics (PHYS 356), take CS 163. Our PHYS 350 counts as ECE 376. Engineering Mechanics requires separate differential equations and linear algebra courses. You may take our Math 311 (Differential Equations) and our Math 324 (Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory) to meet this requirement. If you take both, the physics department will waive the requirement for Math 312, our combined differential equations and linear algebra course. However, be aware that Math 311 is not offered very often. You may take differential equations (Madison s Math 319) at Madison, and it will transfer back as 3 math credits. Our Math 312 will count as Madison s linear algebra course. However, because of overlap, you cannot count both Math 312 and a differential equations course toward the UW-Eau Claire math minor. Engineering Mechanics requires only one technical elective, and our Optics course satisfies it. Materials: take CS 163. Our PHYS 350 counts as ECE 376. Organic Chemistry 1 with Laboratory I (CHEM 325) is also required. Mechanical: take Statics (PHYS 255) and Dynamics (PHYS 356), take CS 163. Our PHYS 350 counts as ECE 376. Our MATH 351 (Numerical Analysis I) counts as a technical elective. Nuclear: take Statics (PHYS 255) and Dynamics (PHYS 356), take CS 163. Our PHYS 350 counts as ECE 376. See you adviser regarding math classes. Any other fields: see your adviser. University of Minnesota specific notes All engineering fields: PHYS 350 and PHYS 360 together count as Minnesota s EE 3005 and EE 3006, most fields require only CHEM 103. You should also look at the University of Minnesota- UW-Eau Claire Transfer Plan document ( Aerospace: take Statics (PHYS 255) and Dynamics (PHYS 356), take CS 163, take PHYS 360. Chemical: Chemical engineering is extremely difficult (but not impossible) to do with the dual-degree program since it has less overlap with physics and math courses. See your adviser. Civil: take Statics (PHYS 255) and Dynamics (PHYS 356), take CHEM 103 and CHEM 104 (or just take CHEM 115), take CS 170 instead of CS 163. Electrical: take CS 163, take PHYS 360 if possible (talk to your advisor for more details). 4

5 Materials: take CS 163, take CHEM 103 and CHEM 104 (or just take CHEM 115). Organic Chemistry 1 with Laboratory I (CHEM 325) is also required. It is suggested that students try to pick up Minnesota s AEM 3031 in the summer prior to entry into the Institute of Technology. Mechanical: take Statics (PHYS 255) and Dynamics (PHYS 356), take CS 163, take PHYS360. IE 4521 (4 cr) will transfer back to UW-Eau Claire as MATH 345 for the purposes of the math minor. Any other fields: talk with your adviser. Transfer Application Process For UW-Madison: Bring the following to your adviser by December 10 (if applying for the fall semester) or April 20 (if applying for the spring semester). 1. A completed application form. Use the on-line application form and print it out. Do not send it in electronically. (NOTE: WE ARE WAITING FOR MORE UP-TO-DATE INSTRUCTIONS FROM UW-MADISON. THIS INSTRUCTION MY CHANGE SEE YOUR ADVISER. 2. A letter of recommendation from a physics or math professor who is not your adviser. A paper copy is preferred. 3. An electronic copy of your (unofficial) UW-Eau Claire transcript. 4. A check for the application charge made out to UW-Madison. (See your adviser to find out the current amount.) You will also need to send official copies of your UW-Eau Claire transcript, any other relevant college transcripts, and any AP scores to UW-Madison. For the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities: Do NOT use the online form. Get a special paper form from your adviser, fill it out, and mail it in. The transfer deadline for the spring semester is usually October 1. The transfer deadline for priority consideration for the fall semester is usually March 1, although applications are usually accepted until about June 1. Check these on the University of Minnesota web site, and be sure you apply well in advance of the priority deadline. Also, be sure to send official copies of your UW-Eau Claire transcript, any other relevant college transcripts, and your AP scores to the University of Minnesota. After Transferring After transferring to engineering school, you should do the following. 1. Regularly check your UW-Eau Claire . It s the only way your adviser has to let you know of changes to the program. 2. your UW-Eau Claire adviser at least once a semester. Inform your adviser of any problems. Also mention when you plan to graduate. 3. During your next-to-final semester, send an official transcript from your engineering school to the UW-Eau Claire registrar s office. Don t wait for that semester s grades to be finalized. 5

6 4. Before registering for your last semester of engineering school, run a UW-Eau Claire degree audit. Make sure that the courses you are taking in your final semester will finish up any unfulfilled UW-Eau Claire requirements. 5. Apply for graduation at UW-Eau Claire near the end your next-to-final semester. If you plan to graduate in spring, apply for graduation near the end of the previous fall semester. 6. After graduating from your engineering school, send a final official transcript to the UW-Eau Claire registrar s office. You cannot receive your UW-Eau Claire degree until your engineering degree is officially on record at the UW-Eau Claire registrar s office. 7. Inform your adviser after you have graduated! Transferring Back Courses The following are engineering courses that will transfer back to UW-Eau Claire to count as upper division (300 level or above) electives to satisfy the UW-Eau Claire Dual Degree Engineering Emphasis requirements. (The following list of courses have already been approved. Other courses may be approved by petition contact your adviser.) UW-Madison: University of Minnesota: CEE credits AEM cr CEE credits AEM cr CEE credits AEM cr CEE credits AEM cr CEE credits AEM cr ECE credit AEM cr ECE credit AEM cr ECE credit AEM cr ECE credit AEM cr ECE credit AEM cr ECE credit AEM cr ECE credit CE cr ECE credits CE cr ECE credits CE cr ECE credits CE cr ECE credits EE cr EMA credits EE cr EMA cr lab EE cr EMA credit EE cr EMA credits EE cr ISyE credits EE cr ISyE credit EE cr ISyE credits EE cr ISyE credits EE cr ME credits EE cr ME credit ME cr ME credits ME cr ME credits ME cr ME credits ME cr ME credits ME cr ME credits ME cr ME credits ME cr ME credits ME credits AEM cr ME credits AEM cr ME credits AEM cr MSE credits ME 4031W 4 cr MSE credits PHYS cr 6

7 Name: Engineering School: Date (Last Update of Degree Plan): Degree Plan UW-Eau Claire Engineering Field: Requirement Cr PHYS 231 University Physics I (F, Sp) 5 PHYS 232 University Physics II (F, Sp) 5 PHYS 332 University Physics III (F, Sp) 3 PHYS 340 Optics (Sp) 4 PHYS 350 Electric and Electronic Circuits (F) 4 PHYS 365 Theoretical Mechanics (F) or 4-6 PHYS 255 Statics (F) and PHYS 356 Dynamics (Sp) 12 Credits of 325 level or above physics courses at taken at UW-EC (usually 12 automatically completed) 9 to 11 Additional credits of upper division physics (see catalog usually completed 9-11 at engineering school) MATH 114 Calculus I (F, Sp) 4 MATH 215 Calculus II (F, Sp) 4 MATH 216 Calculus III (F, Sp) 4 MATH 312 Differential Equations and Linear Algebra (F, Sp) 4 University Writing Requirement must be completed by the end of the sophomore year Physical Activity 1 Wellness Theory 1 CS 163 C++ (F, Sp) (CS 170 for some programs) or Madison CS 310 for Civil Eng 3 CHEM 103 (F, Sp) (and CHEM 104 for certain programs), or CHEM 115 (F) 4 Cultural Diversity 3 Foreign Language/Culture -foreign lang. placement test score that qualifies student to enter a 201 level course 6 or -completing a 102 level foreign lang. course with a grade of C or above or mark of S 3 or -earning credit in a 101 or 102 level foreign lang. course AND earning at least 6 cr of 9 FC courses or -one full semester study abroad? or -9 cr of FC courses 9 General Education Requirements (need 45 cr total) 45 GE I Communications GEIA Language Skills (CJ 201, 202, ENGL 305, 308, Foreign Lang) 3 GEIB Analytical Skills (CS 163, MATH 114, MATH 215) 6 GEII Natural Science (PHYS 231, PHYS 232, CHEM 103, and CHEM 104 meet this) 15 U of Minnesota students not taking CHEM 104 will need an additional credit GE III Social Science (2 of 7 subcategories) 9-12 GE IV Humanities (2 of 5 sub categories) 9-12 GE V University Wide General Education level or above cr in any courses (Note: often completed at engineering school) level or above GE cr in 2 of 5 GE categories 9 Minor requirements. (For students earning the math minor, 8 credits of MATH courses labeled 310 or higher in addition to MATH 312 are required.) 8 Service Learning 30 hr Check if listed in degree plan Check when completed in degree audit or transcript 7

8 Degree Plan (continued) Name: Date (Last Update of Degree Plan): Transfer, AP courses Transfer, AP courses (continued) Fall 2013 Spring 2014 Fall 2014 Spring 2015 Fall 2015 Spring 2016 Fall 2016 Spring 2017 Notes: 8

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