Mississippi College

FIRST SEMESTER (16 HOURS)

  • MAT 121 - Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (3 hrs.)
  • CHE 141 - General Inorganic Chemistry I (4 hrs.) 
  • ENG 101 - English Composition I (3 hrs.)
  • MC Core Requirements (6 hrs.)

SECOND SEMESTER (16 HOURS)

  • MAT 122 - Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (3 hrs.)
  • CHE 142 - General Inorganic Chemistry II (4 hrs.) 
  • ENG 102 - English Composition II (3 hrs.)
  • ESC 105 - Computational Tools for Physical Science I (2 hrs.)
  • MC Core Requirements (4 hrs.)

THIRD SEMESTER (16 HOURS)

  • MAT 221 - Calculus with Analytic Geometry III (3 hrs.)
  • PHY 251 - Fundamentals of Physics I (4 hrs.)
  • MC Core Requirements (9 hrs.)

FOURTH SEMESTER (16 HOURS)

  • MAT 222-Calculus with Analytic Geometry IV (3 hrs.)
  • PHY 252 - Fundamentals of Physics II (4 hrs.)
  • ESC 205 - Computational Tools for Physical Science II (2 hrs.)
  • MC Core Requirements (7 hrs.)

FIFTH SEMESTER (18 HOURS)

  • MAT 352 - Introduction to Differential Equations (3 hrs.)
  • ESC 311 - Statics (3 hrs.)
  • ESC 305 - Electrical Circuits (5 hrs.)
  • PHY 313 - Optics (4 hrs.)
  • CSC 204 - Practical Fortran Programming (3 hrs.)

SIXTH SEMESTER (17 HOURS)

  • ESC 312 - Dynamics (3 hrs.)
  • ESC 310 - Electronics (4 hrs.)
  • ESC 321 - Strength of Materials (3 hrs.)
  • CSC 220 - C/C++ Programming Language (3 hrs.)
  • MC Core Requirements (4 hrs.)

SEVENTH SEMESTER (16 HOURS)

  • PHY 406 - Electricity and Magnetism I (3 hrs.)
  • PHY 301 - Modern Physics (3 hrs.)
  • ESC 315 - Thermodynamics (3 hrs.)
  • COM 203 - Professional Communications Skills (3 hrs.)
  • General Electives (4 hrs.)

EIGHTH SEMESTER (15 HOURS)

  • PHY 407 - Electricity and Magnetism II (3 hrs.)
  • PHY 401 - Quantum Mechanics (3 hrs.)
  • ESC 350 - Fluid Mechanics (4 hrs.)
  • ESC 450 - Senior Design (2 hrs.)
  • General Electives (3 hrs.)

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