2022-2023 Cal Poly Humboldt Catalog 
    
    Sep 29, 2022  
2022-2023 Cal Poly Humboldt Catalog

Environmental Resources Engineering, B.S. MAP (with MATH 101)


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Major Academic Plans


Major Academic Plans (or MAPS) show courses you might take each semester to meet your degree requirements. Students at Cal Poly Humboldt follow many different paths to graduation. Your educational and career goals, as well as personal interests all contribute to determining the courses you take. We encourage you to discuss course options with an advisor.

Build your personalized plan in DARS plans using the MAP as a resource. Meet with your advisor each semester to assist in planning and to review your progress. 

Set yourself up for academic success in historically difficult classes. Add a 1-unit Supplemental Instruction (SI) session to one or more of your classes. SI sessions are linked with specific classes. 

  options to see if there’s a match with a class you are taking.

Year 1


Semester 1 (14-16 Units)


[1] Credit earned for math support course (MATH 1) does not count toward unit requirements for graduation, GE or major.

[2] Prerequisite of math placement category 1, 2 or 3. Students in category 4 will need to adjust courses in consultation with an advisor.

Semester 2 (14-15 Units)


[3] If ENGL 104 was taken last semester, take an elective, other GE or major course in place of ENGL 103.

Year 2


Semester 3 (14 Units)


Semester 4 (14 Units)


Year 3


Year 4


Semester 8 (15 Units)


[4] See Environmental Resources Engineering, B.S.  for Engineering Design Elective course options. Select courses in consultation with an advisor.

[5] Take a course that double-counts for DCG.

Year 5


Semester 9 (15-17 Units)


 

Major Notes


The ERE program has approval for courses fulfilling requirements in American Institutions (6 Units) to count as fulfilling Lower Division GE (6 Units) of either area D or F. It is recommended that ERE majors choose NAS 200 to satisfy both GE area F and the U.S. History American Institutions requirements.

GE modifications in this major: the following requirements are fulfilled by completion of all major coursework: GE Area A Oral Communication, GE Area A Critical Thinking, 3 units in GE Area D, 3 units in area E, 3 units in upper division GE area B. Refer to the catalog for more details.

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