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Minimum Grade Requirements

Students are required to obtain a C- or better in Calc I, Calc II, Calc III & MEA I (or Acc Calc I, Acc Calc II & MEA I for students following the previous math sequence).

The table below shows additional courses that must be passed with a grade of C- or better (first column) in order to take subsequent courses (second column), for students entering Fall 2007 or later.

Prerequisite Course(s)

Course(s) affected

Advanced College Chemistry I (06.105) or

Chemistry I (06.100)

Environmental Engineering I (08.311)

Environmental Engineering I (08.311)

Environmental Engineering II (08.312)

Fluid Mechanics (01.341)

Water Resources Engineering (08.342)

Solid Mechanics (01.272)

Civil Engineering Materials (08.301); Structural Analysis and Design (08.382); Geotechnical Engineering (08.351)

Geotechnical Engineering (08.351)

Foundation Engineering for Seniors (08.452); Earth Retaining Systems for Seniors (08.453)