HB 5 – Science Decisions Points: • Determine courses that will be eligible to satisfy the advanced science credit requirements. • Determine whether to differentiate between courses that may satisfy a second science credit under the foundation high school program and courses that may satisfy a third science credit under the foundation high school program. • Determine whether to differentiate between courses that may satisfy a third science credit under the foundation high school program and courses that may satisfy a fourth science credit for the endorsements. • Allow AP/IB courses to satisfy the biology credit, advanced science credit, or either. Examples: • Second science credit options: IPC, chemistry, or physics • Allow chemistry, physics, and courses that may currently satisfy a science credit requirement to satisfy the third science credit under the foundation high school program. • Allow chemistry, physics, and courses that may currently satisfy a science credit requirement to satisfy the fourth science credit required to earn an endorsement. • Identify additional CTE courses to satisfy the advanced science requirements.
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Metropolitan State University of Denver 2018-2019 Manufacturing Concentration Junior Year Senior Year 5th Semester (Fall) 6th Semester (Spring) 7th Semester (Fall) 8th Semester (Spring) 16 hours 13 hours 17 hours 14 hours CET 3135 MET 3100 Mechanics of Materials w/ Lab N/C Computer Programming Manufacturing Analysis MET 3300 MET 3110 MET 3185 Thermodynamics Fluid Mechanics Tool Design & Production Tooling MET 3160 MET 3410 Mechanics II: Dynamics Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerance MET 3000 Statistical Process Controls MET 3250 EET 2000 EET 3010 Electric Circuits & Machines Industrial Electronics OR General Studies Process Control Systems AND EET 3730 EET 3740 History Programmable Logic Controllers MET 4080 Computer Aided Manufacturing MET 3330 MET 4110 Robotics for Manufacturing Senior Project II MET 4000 Project Engineering Approved technical elective General Studies MET 4100 Social & Behavioral Science Senior Project I General Studies Arts & Humanities Mechanical Concentration Junior Year Senior Year 5th Semester (Fall) 6th Semester (Spring) 7th Semester (Fall) 8th Semester (Spring) 16 hours 13 hours 17 hours 13 hours CET 3135 Mechanics of Materials w/ Lab MET 3110 Thermodynamics MET 3160 MET 3410 MET 3070 Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerance Machine Design MET 3185 MET 3125 MET 4070 Heat Transfer w/ Lab Computer Aided Design Fluid Mechanics EET 3010 Mechanics II: Dynamics Industrial Electronics OR EET 2000 Process Control Systems AND Electric Circuits & Machines General Studies History EET 3730 EET 3740 MET 3320 Instrumentation Lab MET 4000 MET 4280 Project Engineering Adv. Energy Technology MET 4100 MET 4110 Senior Project I Senior Project II Programmable Logic Controllers General Studies Approved technical elective Approved technical elective Arts & Humanities Metropolitan State University of Denver, Department of Engineering And Engineering Technology MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Campus Box 29, Aerospace and Engineering Sciences Suite 300, P.O. Box 173362, Denver, CO 80217-3362 Phone: (303) 615-0499, http://www.msudenver.edu/met General Studies Social & Behavioral Science
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Planning & Building Your Class Schedule What if I want to make changes before or after classes start? You may add a course or change sections, on a space available basis before the start of classes only. Keep in mind that you must satisfy the course prerequisites and cannot go over 18 credit hours. Adding courses after the class has met the first time is not allowed. back | home | next
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A. S. Degree - 9 credit hours of Communications - 3 credit hours of Mathematics -10 credit hours of Life and Physical Science - 9 credit hours of Humanities and Fine Arts - 6 credit hours of Global Appreciation (can be fulfilled by completing appropriate courses in other general education categories) - 9 credit hours of Social and Behavioral Sciences - 2 credit hours of Health and Wellness A.A. Degree - 9 credit hours of Communications - 3 credit hours of Mathematics - 7 credit hours of Life and Physical Science - 12 credit hours of Humanities and Fine Arts - 6 credit hours of Global Appreciation (can be fulfilled by completing appropriate courses in other general education categories) - 9 credit hours of Social and Behavioral Sciences - 2 credit hours of Health and Wellness back | home | next
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