Two-Year Sample Plan A
For well-prepared students who are ready
for calculus. This two-year plan allows for completion of core
mathematics, chemistry, physics, basic skills, and American Institutions
A “normal” student workload is 15 units, the schedule below is generally 15 or 16 units per quarter.
Students who can handle larger workloads without any diminishment to their grades can add an additional
class per quarter.
|ENGL 110||Writing and Research 1|
|MATH 201||Calculus I 2|
|CHEM 211||General Chemistry I 3|
|CSUB 101||CSUB Orientation|
|ENGR 160||Engineering Orientation|
|MATH 202/222||Calculus II and Laboratory Experience 4|
|CHEM 212||General Chemistry II|
|ENGR 161||Intro to Engineering|
|COMM 108||Public Communication 5|
|MATH 203||Calculus III|
|CMPS 221/150||Programming Fundamentals and Introduction to Unix||
|PHYS 221||Classical Physics I|
|MATH 204||Calculus IV|
|PLSI 101||American Government and Politics|
|PHYS 222||Classical Physics II|
|ENGR 240||Analytic Mechanics, Statics|
|PHIL 102||Logical Reasoning 6|
|PHYS 223||Optics and Modern Physics|
|MATH 205||Ordinary Differential Equations|
|ENGR 207||Electric Circuits|
- 1 Assumes the student is exempt from remedial English classes.
- 2 Students scoring 3 or better on the Calculus AP test can skip MATH 201.
Other students must pass the Calculus Readiness Test to be allowed to enroll in MATH 201.
- 3 Students must pass the Chemistry Placement Test to be allowed into CHEM 211.
- 4 MATH 222 is normally taken at the same time as MATH 202 but can instead be taken alongside MATH 203.
- 5 Students planning to transfer to a UC school should instead take ENGL 101.
- 6 Students transferring to Fresno, Northridge, or San Luis Obispo do not need to take PHIL 102,
take a different General Education course.
Class offerings vary, do not assume the above schedule will always be valid. Meet with a pre-engineering advisor
to plan your schedule.