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1 CATALOG Undergraduate Information Major: Building Construction Degree: Bachelor of Science Informational Text Bachelor of Science in Building Construction: (120 credit hours, w/ a min 60 upper level hrs) All course work must be completed with a grade of 'C' or better, unless otherwise noted. Once enrolled at UNF, any remaining prerequisites for the major / minor must be completed at UNF. Prerequisites Building Construction Prerequisites: (12 requirements semester hours)(f ) MAC G(M)Calculus for Business STA G(M) Elem Statistics-Business BCN Construction Drawing BCN1210C 3 Construction Materials BCN Introduction to Structures CGS Computer Applications for Busi CGSx531 or 1570 are acceptable alternatives to CGS1100. Any course covering the appropriate software may be approved for this requirement if approved by an advisor. ECO Principles of Macroeconomics ECO Principles of Microeconomics ACG Prin of Financial Accounting BUL Legal Environment of Business PHYSICS I Physics I requirement: PHY2053+L Algebra Physics I and Lab * PHY Lab may be substituted. PHYSICS II Physics II requirement: PHY2054+L Algebra Physics II and Lab * PHY Lab may be substituted. Foundation Building Construction - Business Requirements: (2 courses semester hours)[f ] MAR Principles of Marketing SELECT One business elective: REE 4043 Real Estate Analysis ACG2071 Princ of Managerial Accounting MAN3025 Administrative Management

2 Core Requirements Building Construction Core: (19 courses semester hours)[f ] Note: BCN Internship students will work with internship faculty advisor to secure their internship placement. Students must have a signed internship agreement prior to the first day of class. BCN Surveying: Construction Layout BCN History/Intro Const BCN Soils and Foundations BCN Construction Techniques BCN3611C 3 Construction Cost Estimating BCN Building Const Design and Code BCN Intro Construction Computing BCN Structural Systems BCN4591C 3 Mech and Elec Sys BCN Advanced Construction Estimati BCN Construction Documents/Contrac BCN Construction Proj Mgt Cap BCN Constr Project Plan/Scheduling BCN Construction Safety BCN Construction Admin/Economics BCN Seminar:Construction Mgt BCN Construction Management Intern (Note: Internship can be taken only two times for credit -- once for Internship credit and once for a concentration selection.) SELECT 2 courses for a concentration: Permalink: BCN 4587C Green Construction/Sustainability I BCN 4594C Green Construction/Sustainability II BCN 4751C Housing & Land Development I BCN 4758C Housing & Land Development II BCN 4870C Heavy/Civil Construction I BCN 4872C Heavy/Civil Construction II BCN 4871C Commercial Construction I BCN 4873C Commercial Construction II BCN 4801C Industrial Construction I BCN 4802C Industrial Construction II Copyright 2010 University of North Florida 1 UNF Drive Jacksonville, FL Phone: (904) Contact Emergency Privacy Regulations Disability Accommodations

3 CATALOG Undergraduate Information Major: Computer & Info Sciences Concentration: Information Technology Degree: Bachelor of Science Informational Text Bachelor of Science in Computer & Information Sciences: (120 credit hours, including a min 54 upper level hrs) [ ] All course work must be completed with a grade of 'C' or better, unless otherwise noted. [ ] Once enrolled at UNF, any remaining prerequisites for the major / minor must be completed at UNF. [ ] *** CIS Satisfactory Progress Policy *** Students who do not successfully complete a CIS prerequisite or core requirement on the first attempt, including W, WP, or WF, will have one chance to repeat the course. Unsuccessful completion after two attempts will block registration for future computing courses. [ ] Exit Requirements: 1. Proficiency in a high-level programming language. 2. Spoken Presentation: To apply oral communications skills in the program, you will deliver up to two presentations in computing courses. If the first presentation is satisfactory, a second presentation will be waived. Prerequisites Information Technology Prerequisites: (5 courses semester hours) All course work must be completed with a grade of C or better. MAC G(M)Calculus for Business CGS Microcomputer Applica Software STA G(M) Elem Statistics-Business SPEECH Select any public speaking*spc COP Introduction to OO Programming JAVA or an equivalent object-oriented programming course is required. Java will be used in subsequent courses. A second language is recommended. Core Requirements (26 credits) Information Technology Core Requirements: (8 courses semester hours) COT Computational Structures COP Data Structures Using OOP CGS Info Proc: Organizational Pers CGS Info Proc: Req Identi Spec CDA Introduction Computer Hardware CDA Computer Networks/Dist Process CIS Legal & Ethical Iss in Comput CIS Gen Cmp Security Adm

4 Major Requirements Information Technology Major Requirements: Select one concentration (4 courses hours) C 1. Computer Networking *Concentration in Computer Networking: (12 hrs) COP 4813 Internet Programming CNT 4704 (CDA 4527) Network Design/Planning CNT 4406 (CIS 4363) Network Security/Management CIS 4103 Web Performance C 2. Gaming and Mobile Applications *Concentration in Gaming and Mobile Applications: (14 hrs) CNT 4514C (CEN 4533C) Wireless/Mobile Computing CEN 4535C Development of Gaming and Mobile Applications CIS 4593 Gaming and Mobile Apps Capstone I CIS 4594 Gaming and Mobile Apps Capstone II C 3. Computer Security Admin *Concentration in Computer Security Administration: (12 hrs) CIS 4365 Security & Disaster Preparedness CIS 4615 Secure Software Development Select two (2) of the following: -- CIS 4362 Computer Cryptography -- CIS 4364 IS Intrusion Detection -- CIS 4366 Computer Forensics Technical Electives (12 credits) Information Technology Technical Electives: (minimum of 12.0 hours - 4 courses) SELECT 3-4 upper technology courses Select a minimum of 12 hrs of upper level courses from the following subject areas: CAP, CDA, CEN, CIS, CNT, COP, COT [**NOTE: 3000-level programming courses are excluded**] -- Other qualifying elective courses may be offered as special topics. See School of Computing for list of approved courses. -- Directed Independent Study courses may not be used to satisfy major or minor electives without prior permission from SoC Director. Exit Requirement Exit Requirement: Computer & Information Sciences Oral Communication (Spoken Presentation) To apply oral communications skills in the program, all CIS majors will deliver up to two presentations in computing courses for evaluation of presentation skills. If the first presentation is satisfactory, a second evaluated presentation will be waived. Electives (4 credits) Select additional courses as necessary to attain 54 upper level ( ) hours. The Info Technology major requirements provide at least 50 upper hours. Free electives (or a minor) provide the remaining hours. (This total may be adjusted by advisor depending on hours used in other areas.) UPPER-LVL FREE ELECTIVES ( ) Electives (21 credits) Select additional courses as necessary to attain 120 hours. (66 hrs beyond the 54 upper are required. These are usually: gen ed (36) + IT prereqs (12) + free electives (21) *. [*assumes calc & stats are used in gen ed.] This total may be adjusted by advisor depending on hours used in other areas.) ANY-LEVEL FREE ELECTIVES ( ) Permalink: Copyright 2010 University of North Florida 1 UNF Drive Jacksonville, FL Phone: (904) Contact Emergency Privacy Regulations Disability Accommodations

5 CATALOG Undergraduate Information Major: Civil Engineering Degree: Bachelor of Science Prerequisites All Engineering Prerequisites must be completed with a "C" or higher. (29.00 credit hours) MATH Math requirement: MAC2311 Calculus I MAC2312 Calculus II MAC2313 Calculus III MAP2302 Ordinary Diff. Equations *Students must complete Pre-Calculus at the college level with a "C" or higher to take Calculus I. *MAC2281, 2282, and 2283 may be substituted for MAC2311, 2312, and *MAP2305 may be substituted for MAP2302. CHEMISTRY Chemistry requirement: CHM2045+L General Chemistry *CHS1440 may be substituted for CHM2045. If CHS1440 is 4.0 cr hrs and includes lab, it may be used for CHM2045C. *CHM2045C may be substituted for CHM2045&L. PHYSICS I Physics I requirement: PHY2048+L Calculus Based Physics I * *Students who did not successfully complete high school physics must complete PHY1020C Intro to Physics with a "C" or higher before completing Calculus Physics I. *Calculus Based Physics has an additional prerequisite of Calculus I and a Co-requisite of Calculus II. *PHY2048C may be substituted for lecture and lab. *PHY2043 may be substituted for the lecture. PHYSICS II Physics II requirement: PHY2049+L Calculus Based Physics II * *PHY2049C may be substituted for lecture and lab. *PHY2044 may be substituted for the lecture. Foundation Civil Engineering Foundation: (8 courses semester hours) EEL Circuit Analysis I EGN Introduction to Engineering I EGN Introduction to Engineering II EGN Computer Aided Engineering EGN Statics EGN Economics for Engineers EML Thermodynamics I STA G(M) Prob/Statistics for Engrs

6 Core Requirements Civil Engineering Core: (5 courses semester hours) CES Analysis of Structures CES3104C 3 Mechanics of Materials CGN3322C 3 Civil Engineering Surveying CWR Fluid Mechanics EGN Dynamics Major Requirements Civil Engineering Major Requirements: (10 courses semester hours) CEG3011C 4 Geotechnical Engineering CEG Foundation Engineering CES3605C 3 Design of Steel Structures CES4702C 3 Design of Reinforced Concrete CGN3501C 4 Civil Engineering Materials CGN Senior Capstone Design I CGN Senior Capstone Design II CWR4202C 4 Hydraulic Engineering ENV3001C 4 Environmental Engineering TTE Transportation Engineering Technical Electives (6 credits) Civil Engineering Technical Electives: (2 courses semester hours) Select Six hours from the Courses listed below. SELECT 6 Hrs. from the following: ENV 4012 Adv Environ Engineering CES 4101 Adv Structure Systems TTE 4201 Adv Transport Engineering CGN 4905 Directed Independent Study (1-3 hrs) CGN 3930 Special Topics: Civil Engineering (1-3 hrs) CGN 4931 Special Topics: Civil Engineering (1-3 hrs) CGN 4949 Co-op Work Experience (0-1 hr.) Electives No additional hours should be necessary to reach 128 hrs. If necessary, select additional courses to attain a total of 128 hours. This area may include hours at any level ( ). ANY-HOURS FREE ELECTIVES ( ) Permalink: Copyright 2010 University of North Florida 1 UNF Drive Jacksonville, FL Phone: (904) Contact Emergency Privacy Regulations Disability Accommodations

7 CATALOG Undergraduate Information Major: Electrical Engineering Concentration: Engineering(Computer Design) Degree: BS in Electrical Engineering Prerequisites All Engineering Prerequisites must be completed with a "C" or higher. (29.00 credit hours) MATH Math requirement: MAC2311 Calculus I MAC2312 Calculus II MAC2313 Calculus III MAP2302 Ordinary Diff. Equations *Students must complete Pre-Calculus at the college level with a "C" or higher to take Calculus I. *MAC2281, 2282, and 2283 may be substituted for MAC2311, 2312, and *MAP2305 may be substituted for MAP2302. CHEMISTRY Chemistry requirement: CHM2045+L General Chemistry *CHS1440 may be substituted for CHM2045. If CHS1440 is 4.0 cr hrs and includes lab, it may be used for CHM2045C. *CHM2045C may be substituted for CHM2045&L. PHYSICS I Physics I requirement: PHY2048+L Calculus Based Physics I * *Students who did not successfully complete high school physics must complete PHY1020C Intro to Physics with a "C" or higher before completing Calculus Physics I. *Calculus Based Physics has an additional prerequisite of Calculus I and a Co-requisite of Calculus II. *PHY2048C may be substituted for lecture and lab. *PHY2043 may be substituted for the lecture. PHYSICS II Physics II requirement: PHY2049+L Calculus Based Physics II * *PHY2049C may be substituted for lecture and lab. *PHY2044 may be substituted for the lecture. Foundation Electrical Engineering (System Design or Computer Design) Foundation: (6 courses semester hours) COP Computer Science I EGN Introduction to Engineering I EGN Introduction to Engineering II EGN Statics SELECT one of the following:

8 EGN3321 Dynamics EGN3358 Applied Thermal Sciences STA G(M) Prob/Statistics for Engrs Core Requirements Electrical Engineering (Computer Design) Core: (12 courses semester hours) EEL Circuit Analysis I EEL Circuit Analysis II EEL Signals and Systems EEL3303L 1 Electrical Circuits Laboratory EEL Electronic Circuits I EEL3701C 4 Introduction Digital Systems EEL3889C 3 Intro Embedded System Design EEE4309C 4 Electronic Circuits II EEL4657C 4 Linear Control Systems EEL4744C 4 Microcontroller Applications EEL Senior Design I EEL Electrical Engineer Design II Major Requirements Electrical Engineering (Computer Design) Major Requirements: (5 courses semester hours) COP Computer Science II COP Data Structures EEL4712C 4 Digital Design EEL Digital Computer Architecture EEL4713L 1 Digital Comp Architecture Lab Technical Electives Electrical Engineering (ComputerDesign) Technical Electives: (8.0 semester hours) SELECT 8.0 hours from the following: EEL 3211 Intro to Electric Machines EEL 3216 Intro to Power Systems EEL 3472 Electromagnetic Fields EEL 4201L Electric Energy Conversion Lab EEL 4230 Electronic Drives and Motor Control EEL 4242C Power Electronic Circuits EEE 4310 Digital Integrated Circuits EEE 4314L Advanced Electronics EEL 4396 Solid State Electronic Devices EEL 4440 Optical Fiber Communications EEL 4514 Analog and Digitial Communication Systems EEL 4514L Analog and Digitial Communication Systems Lab EEL 4515 Advanced Digital Communication EEL 4515L Adv Digital Comm Lab EEL 4610 State-Space Control Systems EEL 4750 Intro to Digital Signal Processing EEL 4750L Digital Signal Processing Lab EEL 4905 Individual Study EEL 4930/31 Special Topics in EE EEL 4949 Co-op Work Experience EEL 4829 Digital Electronic Imaging Permalink: Copyright 2010 University of North Florida 1 UNF Drive Jacksonville, FL Phone: (904) Contact Emergency Privacy Regulations Disability Accommodations

9 CATALOG Undergraduate Information Major: Computer & Info Sciences Concentration: Computer Science Degree: Bachelor of Science Informational Text Bachelor of Science in Computer & Information Sciences: (120 credit hours, including a min 54 upper level hrs) [ ] All course work must be completed with a grade of 'C' or better, unless otherwise noted. [ ] Once enrolled at UNF, any remaining prerequisites for the major / minor must be completed at UNF. [ ] *** CIS Satisfactory Progress Policy *** Students who do not successfully complete a CIS prerequisite or core requirement on the first attempt, including W, WP, or WF, will have one chance to repeat the course. Unsuccessful completion after two attempts will block registration for future computing courses. [ ] Exit Requirements: 1. Proficiency in a high-level programming language. 2. Spoken Presentation: To apply oral communications skills in the program, you will deliver up to two presentations in computing courses. If the first presentation is satisfactory, a second presentation will be waived. Prerequisites Computer Science Prerequisites: (9 courses semester hours) CALCULUS 8.0 hours MAC 2311 Calculus I MAC 2312 Calculus II COP 2220 Computer Science I 'C' is preferred and will be used in subsequent courses. PHYSICS Calc-based Physics I & Lab PHY 2048 University Physics I PHY 2048L University Physics I Lab (PHY2048C is an acceptable substitute.) PHYSICS II Calc-based Physics II & Lab PHY 2049 University Physics II PHY 2049L University Physics II Lab (PHY2049C is an acceptable substitute.) SCIENCE 6.0 hrs of additional science Select 2 science courses for science majors.*** Appropriate prefixes include: APB, AST, BCH, BOT, BSC, CHM, CHS, ESC, GLY, ISC, MCB, PCB, PHY, PHZ, PSC, ZOO. --The following UNF courses, and courses with equivalent content, are acceptable for fulfilling the "science for science majors" requirement: AST2002 Astronomy, BSC1010C General Biology I, BSC1011C General

10 Biology II, CHM2045C General Chem I, ESC2000 (GLY2001C) Earth Science. CHM2046C General Chem II, and --The following UNF courses *cannot* be used: BSC1930, PCB2050, BCH3023C, CHM1025C, PHY1020C, PSC Consult with a CIS advisor before taking any other science. *** Core Requirements (27 credits) Computer Science Foundation and Core: (8 courses semester hours) [CIS4253 Ethics is required beginning Fall2006] COT Computational Structures COP Computer Science II COP Data Structures COP Intro to Systems Software CDA Introduction Computer Hardware COT Computability And Automata CIS Legal & Ethical Iss in Comput SPEECH Select any public speaking*spc Major Requirements (16 credits) Computer Science Major Requirements: (5 courses - 16 semester hours) COP Data Modeling COP Operating Systems COP Constr of Language Translators CIS Software Development SELECT ONE of the following courses: CDA 4503 (CNT4504) Networks/Distributed Processing COP 4813 Internet Programming Major Electives (9 credits) Computer Science Major Electives: (3 courses semester hours) SELECT Three Courses - min 9.0 hours Select 3 Courses for a minimum of 9.0 hours: *** CAP 4630 Intro to Artificial Intelligence CAP 4660C AI Robotics CAP 4710 Computer Graphics CAP 4770 Data Mining CEN 4510 Computer Communications CEN 4516 Networks/Distributed Processing CDA 4503 (CNT4504) Computer Networks/Distrib Process CEN 4610 Knowledge Engineering CEN 4943 Software Development Practicum COP 4300 Discrete Systems Modeling/Simulation COP 4813 Internet Programming COT 4400 Analysis of Algorithms COT 4560 Applied Graph Theory CDA 4102 Intro to Computer Architecture and CDA 4102L Intro to Computer Architecture Lab -- (Note CDA4102 must be taken with lab.) -- Other qualifying elective courses may be offered as Special Topics. See School of Computing for list of approved courses. -- Directed Independent Study courses may not be used to satisfy major or minor electives without prior permission from SoC Director. Contextual Courses Computer Science Contextual Courses: (2 courses semester hours) An overall average of C or better is required in the contextual coursework. MAS G(M) Linear Algebra STA G(M)Probability and Statistics Exit Requirement Exit Requirement: Computer & Information Sciences Oral Communication (Spoken Presentation) To apply oral communications skills in the program, all CIS majors will deliver up to two presentations in computing courses for evaluation of presentation skills. If the first presentation is satisfactory, a second evaluated presentation will be waived.

11 Electives Select additional courses as necessary to attain 54 upper level ( ) hours. The Computer Science major requirements provide 57 upper hours. UPPER-LVL FREE ELECTIVES ( ) ** Electives Select additional courses as necessary to attain a total of 120 hours. This area may include hours at any level ( ). [Advisor will adjust this area based on individual needs.] ANY-HOURS FREE ELECTIVES ( ) ** Copyright 2010 University of North Florida 1 UNF Drive Jacksonville, FL Phone: (904) Contact Emergency Privacy Regulations Disability Accommodations

12 CATALOG Undergraduate Information Major: Electrical Engineering Concentration: Engineering(System Design) Degree: BS in Electrical Engineering Prerequisites All Engineering Prerequisites must be completed with a "C" or higher. (29.00 credit hours) MATH Math requirement: MAC2311 Calculus I MAC2312 Calculus II MAC2313 Calculus III MAP2302 Ordinary Diff. Equations *Students must complete Pre-Calculus at the college level with a "C" or higher to take Calculus I. *MAC2281, 2282, and 2283 may be substituted for MAC2311, 2312, and *MAP2305 may be substituted for MAP2302. CHEMISTRY Chemistry requirement: CHM2045+L General Chemistry *CHS1440 may be substituted for CHM2045. If CHS1440 is 4.0 cr hrs and includes lab, it may be used for CHM2045C. *CHM2045C may be substituted for CHM2045&L. PHYSICS I Physics I requirement: PHY2048+L Calculus Based Physics I * *Students who did not successfully complete high school physics must complete PHY1020C Intro to Physics with a "C" or higher before completing Calculus Physics I. *Calculus Based Physics has an additional prerequisite of Calculus I and a Co-requisite of Calculus II. *PHY2048C may be substituted for lecture and lab. *PHY2043 may be substituted for the lecture. PHYSICS II Physics II requirement: PHY2049+L Calculus Based Physics II * *PHY2049C may be substituted for lecture and lab. *PHY2044 may be substituted for the lecture. Foundation Electrical Engineering (System Design or Computer Design) Foundation: (6 courses semester hours) COP Computer Science I EGN Introduction to Engineering I EGN Introduction to Engineering II EGN Statics SELECT one of the following:

13 EGN3321 Dynamics EGN3358 Applied Thermal Sciences STA G(M) Prob/Statistics for Engrs Core Requirements Electrical Engineering (System Design) Core: (13 courses semester hours) EEL Circuit Analysis I EEL Circuit Analysis II EEL Signals and Systems EEL3303L 1 Electrical Circuits Laboratory EEL Electronic Circuits I EEL Electromagnetic Fields Applic EEL3701C 4 Introduction Digital Systems EEL3889C 3 Intro Embedded System Design EEE4309C 4 Electronic Circuits II EEL4657C 4 Linear Control Systems EEL4744C 4 Microcontroller Applications EEL Senior Design I EEL Electrical Engineer Design II Major Requirements Electrical Engineering (System Design) Major Requirements: (3 courses semester hours) SELECT: 3 courses from the following - System Design Specialty: EEL 3211 Intro to Electric Machines EEE 4314L Advanced Electronics EEL 4514 Analog and Digital Communications Systems EEL 4610 State-Space Control Systems EEL 4712C Digital Design EEL 4750 Intro to Digital Signal Processing Technical Electives Electrical Engineering (System Design) Technical Electives: (4 courses semester hours) SELECT 9-12 Hrs. from the following: EEL 3216 Intro to Power Systems (3) EEL 4201L Electric Energy Conversion Lab (1) EEL 4230 Electronic Drives and Motor Control (3) EEL 4242C Power Electronic Circuits (4) EEE 4314L Advanced Electronics (2) EEL 4396 Solid State Electronic Devices (3) EEL 4440 Optical Fiber Communications (3) EEL 4514L Analog and Digitial Comm Systems Lab (1) EEL 4515 Advanced Digital Communication (3) EEL 4515L Adv Digital Comm Lab (1) EEL 4712C Digital Design (4) EEL 4713 Digital Computer Architecture (3) EEL 4713L Digital Computer Architecture Lab (1) EEL 4750 Intro to Digital Signal Processing (3) EEL 4750L Digital Signal Processing Lab (1) EEL 4930 Special Topics in EE (3) EEL 4829 Digital Electronic Imaging (3) EEL 4949 Co-op Experience (0-1) MAS 3105 Linear Algebra (4) Permalink: Copyright 2010 University of North Florida 1 UNF Drive Jacksonville, FL Phone: (904) Contact Emergency Privacy Regulations Disability Accommodations

14 CATALOG Undergraduate Information Major: Computer & Info Sciences Concentration: Information Science Degree: Bachelor of Science Informational Text Bachelor of Science in Computer & Information Sciences: (120 credit hours, including a min 54 upper level hrs) [ ] All course work must be completed with a grade of 'C' or better, unless otherwise noted. [ ] Once enrolled at UNF, any remaining prerequisites for the major / minor must be completed at UNF. [ ] *** CIS Satisfactory Progress Policy *** Students who do not successfully complete a CIS prerequisite or core requirement on the first attempt, including W, WP, or WF, will have one chance to repeat the course. Unsuccessful completion after two attempts will block registration for future computing courses. [ ] Exit Requirements: 1. Proficiency in a high-level programming language. 2. Spoken Presentation: To apply oral communications skills in the program, you will deliver up to two presentations in computing courses. If the first presentation is satisfactory, a second presentation will be waived. Prerequisites Information Science Prerequisites: (4 courses semester hours) All course work must be completed with a grade of C or better. MAC G(M)Calculus for Business (MAC2311 may be used.) CGS Microcomputer Applica Software STA G(M) Elem Statistics-Business (STA2014 may be used.) COP Introduction to OO Programming Java, an object oriented language, is preferred and will be used in subsequent courses. Foundation Information Science Foundation: (4 courses semester hours) SPEECH Select any public speaking*spc COP Intro to Visual Proc Prog COP 2010 or a procedural programming language is required. Visual BASIC is preferred and will be used in subsequent courses. COT Computational Structures COP Web Access and System Design

15 Core Requirements (10 credits) Information Science Core Requirements: (3 courses semester hours) COP Data Structures Using OOP COP OS Env Admin CIS Legal & Ethical Iss in Comput Major Requirements (12 credits) Information Science/Systems Major Requirements: (4 courses semester hours) COP Database Systems CIS Information Syst Sr Project I CIS Information Syst Sr Project II CDA Computer Networks/Dist Process Major Electives (12 credits) Information Science/Systems Major Electives: (4 courses semester hours) SELECT Four Courses - min 12.0 hours* Select 4 Courses for a minimum of 12.0 hours: CAP 4730 Graphic Systems/Applications CAP 4020 Multimedia Systems CAP 4770 Data Mining CAP 4772 Data Warehousing CDA 3101 Intro Computer Hardware CDA 4503 (CNT4504) Comp Networks/Distributed Processing CDA 4011 (4010) Office Automation/Human Factors CEN 4516 Networks/Distributed Processing CIS 4100 System Performance/Evaluation CIS 4510 Expert Systems/Decision Support COP 3543 Enterprise Computing COP 4640 Operating Systems Environments COP 4722 Database Systems II COP 4813 Internet Programming COP 4723 Database Administration COT 4560 Applied Graph Theory -- Other qualifying elective courses may be offered as Special Topics. See School of Computing for list of approved courses. -- Directed Independent Study courses may not be used to satisfy major or minor electives without prior permission from SoC Director. Exit Requirement Exit Requirement: Computer & Information Sciences Oral Communication (Spoken Presentation) To apply oral communications skills in the program, all CIS majors will deliver up to two presentations in computing courses for evaluation of presentation skills. If the first presentation is satisfactory, a second evaluated presentation will be waived. Minor Required A minor is required for this major.* The minor must be selected from the list of approved minors, including those outside the college of the major. See List of Minors in the Undergraduate Catalog. Minors are generally completed during the last 60 hrs of your program. Your minor may require prerequisites, so choosing a minor early is beneficial. See your advisor to declare a minor. *(Double majors are exempt from a minor.) Electives Select additional courses as necessary to attain 54 upper level ( ) hours. *Note: This area is MET by default, initially. Should more upper hours be required, it will be adjusted.* The Info Science major requirements provide 41 upper hours, plus those provided by the minor. The Info Systems major provides 56 upper hours. *(This total will be adjusted by advisor depending on hours used in other areas.) UPPER-LVL FREE ELECTIVES ( ) Electives Select, as necessary, additional courses at any level ( ) to attain 120 hours. (The usual amount is 3.0 hrs at any level. This total may be adjusted by advisor depending on hours used in other areas.) ANY-LEVEL FREE ELECTIVES ( ) Copyright 2010 University of North Florida 1 UNF Drive Jacksonville, FL Phone: (904) Contact Emergency Privacy Regulations Disability Accommodations

16 CATALOG Undergraduate Information Major: Mechanical Engineering Degree: Bachelor of Science Prerequisites All Engineering Prerequisites must be completed with a "C" or higher. (29.00 credit hours) MATH Math requirement: MAC2311 Calculus I MAC2312 Calculus II MAC2313 Calculus III MAP2302 Ordinary Diff. Equations *Students must complete Pre-Calculus at the college level with a "C" or higher to take Calculus I. *MAC2281, 2282, and 2283 may be substituted for MAC2311, 2312, and *MAP2305 may be substituted for MAP2302. CHEMISTRY Chemistry requirement: CHM2045+L General Chemistry *CHS1440 may be substituted for CHM2045. If CHS1440 is 4.0 cr hrs and includes lab, it may be used for CHM2045C. *CHM2045C may be substituted for CHM2045&L. PHYSICS I Physics I requirement: PHY2048+L Calculus Based Physics I * *Students who did not successfully complete high school physics must complete PHY1020C Intro to Physics with a "C" or higher before completing Calculus Physics I. *Calculus Based Physics has an additional prerequisite of Calculus I and a Co-requisite of Calculus II. *PHY2048C may be substituted for lecture and lab. *PHY2043 may be substituted for the lecture. PHYSICS II Physics II requirement: PHY2049+L Calculus Based Physics II * *PHY2049C may be substituted for lecture and lab. *PHY2044 may be substituted for the lecture. Foundation Mechanical Engineering Foundation: (7 courses semester hours) COP Computer Science I EEL Circuit Analysis I EGN Introduction to Engineering I EGN Introduction to Engineering II EGN Statics EGN Economics for Engineers STA G(M) Prob/Statistics for Engrs

17 Core Requirements Mechanical Engineering Core: (6 courses semester hours) EGN Modern Computational Methods EGN Dynamics EGN Strength of Materials EML Thermodynamics I EML Senior Capstone Design I EML Senior Capstone Design II Major Requirements Mechanical Engineering Major Requirements: (13 courses semester hours) EML Fluids I EML Thermodynamics II EML3520C 4 Material Science I EML3535C 3 Modern Engineering CAD EML4004L 1 Energy Systems Lab EML Transport Phenomena EML Heat Transfer EML4301L 1 Mechanical Systems Laboratory EML4304L 1 Fluid Mechanics Lab EML Model/Analysis Dynamic Systems EML Control of Machinery EML4320C 4 Integrated Design/Manufacture EML Machine Design Technical Electives (9 credits) Mechanical Engineering Technical Electives: (3 courses semester hours) Select Nine hours from the Courses listed below. SELECT 9 Hrs. from the following: EML 3553 Project Engineering I EML 4016 Fluids II EML 4414 Heat Power Engineering EML 4048 Simulation of Production Systems EML 4304 Advanced Solid Modeling EML 4320 Integrated Design & Manufacturing EML 4500 Finite Element Modeling & Analysis EML 4544 Materials & Handling I EML 4554 Project Engineering II EML 4601 HVAC Systems EML 4622 Clean & Renewable Energy Technology EML 4804 Mechatronics EML 4806 Robotics Engineering EML 4905 Directed Independent Study (1-3 hrs) EML 4930 Special Topics: Mechanical Engineering (1-3) EML 4949 Co-op Work Experience (0-1 hr) Electives No additonal hours should be necessary. If necessary, select additional courses to attain a total of 128 hours. This area may include hours at any level ( ). ANY-HOURS FREE ELECTIVES ( ) Permalink: Copyright 2010 University of North Florida 1 UNF Drive Jacksonville, FL Phone: (904) Contact Emergency Privacy Regulations Disability Accommodations

18 CATALOG Undergraduate Information Major: Computer & Info Sciences Concentration: Information Sys/Business Minor Degree: Bachelor of Science Informational Text Bachelor of Science in Computer & Information Sciences: (120 credit hours, including a min 54 upper level hrs) [ ] All course work must be completed with a grade of 'C' or better, unless otherwise noted. [ ] Once enrolled at UNF, any remaining prerequisites for the major / minor must be completed at UNF. [ ] *** CIS Satisfactory Progress Policy *** Students who do not successfully complete a CIS prerequisite or core requirement on the first attempt, including W, WP, or WF, will have one chance to repeat the course. Unsuccessful completion after two attempts will block registration for future computing courses. [ ] Exit Requirements: 1. Proficiency in a high-level programming language. 2. Spoken Presentation: To apply oral communications skills in the program, you will deliver up to two presentations in computing courses. If the first presentation is satisfactory, a second presentation will be waived. Prerequisites Information System Prerequisites: (8 courses semester hours) All course work must be completed with a grade of C or better. Note: UNF requires two high level programming languages for Info Systems majors. COP2010 is also required. ACG Prin of Financial Accounting ACG Prin Managerial Accounting ECO Principles of Macroeconomics ECO Principles of Microeconomics STA G(M) Elem Statistics-Business STA2023 is preferred. STA2122 may be used. MAC G(M)Calculus for Business CGS Microcomputer Applica Software CGS1570 is preferred. CGS1100 or CGS1060 may be used. COP Introduction to OO Programming Java, an object oriented language, is preferred and will be used in subsequent courses. Foundation Information Systems Foundation: (4 courses semester hours) SPEECH Select any public speaking*spc COP Intro to Visual Proc Prog Visual BASIC is preferred and will be used in subsequent courses.

19 COT Computational Structures COP Web Access and System Design Core Requirements Information Systems Core Requirements: (6 courses semester hours) COP Data Structures Using OOP COP OS Env Admin CIS Legal & Ethical Iss in Comput ISM Intro Management Info Systems MAN Administrative Management FIN Financial Management Major Requirements (12 credits) Information Science/Systems Major Requirements: (4 courses semester hours) COP Database Systems CIS Information Syst Sr Project I CIS Information Syst Sr Project II CDA Computer Networks/Dist Process Major Electives (12 credits) Information Systems Major Electives: (4 courses semester hours) SELECT Four Courses - min 12.0 hours* Select 4 Courses for a minimum of 12.0 hours: CAP 4730 Graphic Systems/Applications CAP 4020 Multimedia Systems CAP 4770 Data Mining CAP 4772 Data Warehousing CDA 3101 Intro Computer Hardware CDA 4503 (CNT4504) Comp Networks/Distributed Processing CDA 4011 (4010) Office Automation/Human Factors CEN 4516 Networks/Distributed Processing CIS 4100 System Performance/Evaluation CIS 4510 Expert Systems/Decision Support COP 3543 Enterprise Computing COP 4640 Operating Systems Environments COP 4722 Database Systems II COP 4723 Database Administration COT 4560 Applied Graph Theory COP 4813 Internet Programming MAN 4082 e-business Strategy MAN 4583 Project Management -- Other qualifying elective courses may be offered as Special Topics. See School of Computing for list of approved courses. -- Directed Independent Study courses may not be used to satisfy major or minor electives without prior permission from SoC Director. Minor Electives (6 credits) Information Systems Minor Electives: (2 courses semester hours) SELECT 2 courses hours from: BUL 3130 Legal Envir of Business MAN 3504 Prod-Oper-Logistics Mangmnt MAR 3023 Princ of Marketing Note: A total of 12 upper level hours of business courses must be taken at UNF. Exit Requirement Exit Requirement: Computer & Information Sciences Oral Communication (Spoken Presentation) To apply oral communications skills in the program, all CIS majors will deliver up to two presentations in computing courses for evaluation of presentation skills. If the first presentation is satisfactory, a second evaluated presentation will be waived. Electives Select additional courses as necessary to attain 54 upper level ( ) hours. *Note: This area is MET by default, initially. Should more upper hours be required, it will be adjusted.* The Info Science major requirements provide 41 upper hours, plus those provided by the minor.

20 The Info Systems major provides 56 upper hours. *(This total will be adjusted by advisor depending on hours used in other areas.) UPPER-LVL FREE ELECTIVES ( ) Electives Select, as necessary, additional courses at any level ( ) to attain 120 hours. (The usual amount is 3.0 hrs at any level. This total may be adjusted by advisor depending on hours used in other areas.) ANY-LEVEL FREE ELECTIVES ( ) Permalink: Copyright 2010 University of North Florida 1 UNF Drive Jacksonville, FL Phone: (904) Contact Emergency Privacy Regulations Disability Accommodations

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