***Note that this sequence is designed to assist students in planning for the prereqs needed for the preengineering courses only. Students should continue to follow their major sequence in addition.*** 

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Biosystems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Mining Engineering  

UK Course  Prerequisites  
EM 221 Statics (3 semester hours) 
MATH 2144 Calculus III (may be taken concurrently) 

EM 302 Mechanics of Derformable Solids (3 semester hours) 
EM 221 Statics and MATH 2084 Differential Equations (MATH 2084 may be taken concurrently) 

EM 313 Dynamics (3 semester hours) 
EM 221 Statics and MATH 2084 Differential Equations 

ME 220 Engineering Thermodynamics (3 semester hours) 
PHYS 2115 University Physics I and MATH 2084 Differential Equations 

ME 330 Fluid Mechanics (3 semester hours) 
ME 220 Thermodynamics and MATH 2084 Differential Equations 

EE 305 Electrical Circuits and Electronics (3 semester hours) 

Recommended Sequence of Courses for Biosystems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Mining Engineering 

First Year  
Fall Term  Winter Term  May Term 
MATH 1304 Calculus I* OR  MATH 1324 Calculus II OR  
MATH 1324 Calculus II  MATH 2144 Calculus III  
Sophomore Year  
Fall Term  Winter Term  May Term 
MATH 2084 Differential Equations (Offered in Fall term every other year)  MATH 2144 Calculus III  
PHYS 2115 University Physics I  PHYS 2125 University Physics II  
Junior Year  
Fall Term  Winter Term  May Term 
EM 221 Statics (at UK)  ME 220 Thermodynamics (at UK)  
EM 302 Mechanics of Deformable Solids (at UK)  
Senior Year  
Fall Term  Winter Term  May Term 
ME 330 Fluid Mechanics (at UK)  EM 313 Dynamics (at UK)  
EE 305 Electrical Circuits (at UK)  
NOTES:  
*Anyone with a Math ACT Score of 26 or lower must take MATH 1214 Functions before taking Calculus. 

Chemical Engineering  

UK Course  Prerequisites  
CME 200 Process Principles (3 semester hrs) 
CHEM 1065 Principles of Chemistry II (Grade of C or better required), MATH 1304 Calculus I (Grade of C or better), MATH 1324 Calculus II (may be taken concurrently), and PHYS 2115 University Physics I (may be taken concurrently) 

CME 220 Computational Tools in Chemical Engineering (3 semester hrs) 
CME 200 Process Principles (Grade of C or better) 

CME 320 Engineering Thermodynamics (3 semester hrs) 
MATH 2144 Calculus III, PHYS 2115 University Physics I, and CME 200 Process Principles (Grade of C or better)  
CME 330 Fluid Mechanics (3 semester hrs) 
CME 200 Process Principles, CME 320 Engineering Thermodynamics, and MATH 2084 Differential Equations 

CME 220 Computational Tools in Chemical Engineering and CME 320 Engineering Thermodynamics  
CME 425 Heat and Mass Transfer (3 semester hrs) 
CME 330 Fluid Mechanics and CME 415 Separation Processes  
Recommended Sequence of Courses for Chemical Engineering 

First Year  
Fall Term  Winter Term  May Term 
MATH 1304 Calculus I* OR  MATH 1324 Calculus II OR  
MATH 1324 Calculus II  MATH 2144 Calculus III  
CHEM 1055 Principles of Chemistry I  CHEM 1065 Principles of Chemistry II  
Sophomore Year  
Fall Term  Winter Term  May Term 
MATH 2084 Differential Equations (Offered in Fall term every other year)  MATH 2144 Calculus III  
PHYS 2115 University Physics I  
Junior Year  
Fall Term  Winter Term  May Term 
CME 200 Process Principles (at UK)  CME 220 Computational Tools in Chemical Engineering (at UK)  
CME 320 Engineering Thermodynamics (at UK)  
Senior Year  
Fall Term  Winter Term  May Term 
CME 330 Fluid Mechanics (at UK)  CME 425 Heat and Mass Transfer (at UK)  
CME 415 Separation Processes (at UK)  
NOTES:  
*Anyone with a Math ACT Score of 26 or lower must take MATH 1214 Functions before taking Calculus.  
Civil Engineering  
UK Course  Prerequisites  
CE 106 Computer Graphics and Communications (3 semester hrs) 

CE 341 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics (3 semester hrs) 
PHYS 2115 University Physics I and MATH 2084 Differential Equations 

CE 381 Civil Engineering Materials I (3 semester hrs) 

EM 221 Statics (3 semester hrs) 
MATH 2144 Calculus III (may be taken concurrently) 

EM 302 Mechanics of Derformable Solids (3 semester hrs) 
EM 221 Statics and MATH 2084 Differential Equations (MATH 2084 may be taken concurrently) 

Recommended Sequence of Courses for Civil Engineering 

First Year 

Fall Term  Winter Term  May Term 
MATH 1304 Calculus I* OR  MATH 1324 Calculus II OR  
MATH 1324 Calculus II  MATH 2144 Calculus III  
Sophomore Year 

Fall Term  Winter Term  May Term 
MATH 2084 Differential Equations (Offered in Fall term every other year)  MATH 2144 Calculus III  
PHYS 2115 University Physics I  
Junior Year 

Fall Term  Winter Term  May Term 
CE 106 Computer Graphics and Communications (at UK)  EM 302 Mechanics of Derformable Solids (at UK)  
EM 221 Statics (at UK)  
Senior Year 

Fall Term  Winter Term  May Term 
CE 341 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics (at UK)  CE 381 Civil Engineering Materials I (at UK)  
NOTES: 

*Anyone with a Math ACT Score of 26 or lower must take MATH 1214 Functions before taking Calculus. 

Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering  
UK Course  Prerequisites  
EE 211 Circuits I (4 semester hrs) 
MATH 1324 Calculus II and PHYS 2115 University Physics I (PHYS 2115 may be taken concurrently) 

EE 221 Circuits II (3 semester hrs) 
EE 211 Circuits I and MATH 2084 Differential Equations (MATH 2084 may be taken concurrently) 

EE 222 Electrical Engineering Lab I (2 semester hrs) 
EE 211 Circuits I (may be taken concurrently) 

EE 280 Design of Logic Circuits (3 semester hrs) 

EE 281 Logical Design of Lab (2 semester hrs) 

Recommended Sequence of Courses for Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering 

First Year 

Fall Term  Winter Term  May Term 
MATH 1304 Calculus I* OR  MATH 1324 Calculus II OR  CS2124 Logic and Problem Solving 
MATH 1324 Calculus II  MATH 2144 Calculus III  
CS 1124 Foundations of Computer Science  CS2124 Logic and Problem Solving (or in May)  
Sophomore Year 

Fall Term  Winter Term  May Term 
MATH 2084 Differential Equations (Offered in Fall term every other year)  MATH 2144 Calculus III  
PHYS 2115 University Physics I  PHYS 2125 University Physics II  
Junior Year 

Fall Term  Winter Term  May Term 
EE 211 Circuits I (at UK)  EE 221 Circuits II (at UK)  
EE 222 Electrical Engineering Lab I (at UK)  
Senior Year 

Fall Term  Winter Term  May Term 
EE 280 Design of Logic Circuits (at UK)  EE 281 Logical Design Laboratory (at UK)  
NOTES: 

*Anyone with a Math ACT Score of 26 or lower must take MATH 1214 Functions before taking Calculus.  
Materials Engineering  
UK Course  Prerequisites  
CME 200 Process Principles (3 semester hrs) 
CHEM 1065 Principles of Chemistry II (Grade of C or better required), MATH 1304 Calculus I (Grade of C or better), MATH 1324 Calculus II (may be taken concurrently), and PHYS 2115 University Physics I (may be taken concurrently) 

EE 305 Electrical Circuits (3 semester hrs) 
PHYS 2125 University Physics II and MATH 1324 Calculus II  
EM 221 Statics (3 semester hrs) 
MATH 2144 Calculus III (may be taken concurrently) 

EM 302 Mechanics of Derformable Solids (3 semester hrs) 
EM 221 Statics and MATH 2084 Differential Equations (MATH 2084 may be taken concurrently) 

MSE 201 Materials Science (3 semester hrs) 
CHEM 1055 Principles of Chemistry I and MATH 1324 Calculus II (both may be taken concurrently)  
MSE 351 Materials Thermodynamics (3 semester hrs) 
MSE 201 Materials Science and MATH 2144 Calculus III (MATH 2144 may be taken concurrently)  
Recommended Sequence of Courses for Materials Engineering 

First Year 

Fall Term  Winter Term  May Term 
MATH 1304 Calculus I* OR  MATH 1324 Calculus II OR  
MATH 1324 Calculus II  MATH 2144 Calculus III  
CHEM 1055 Principles of Chemistry I  CHEM 1065 Principles of Chemistry II  
Sophomore Year  
Fall Term  Winter Term  May Term 
MATH 2084 Differential Equations  MATH 2144 Calculus III  
PHYS 2115 University Physics I  PHYS 2125 University Physics II  
Junior Year  
Fall Term  Winter Term  May Term 
MSE 201 201 Materials Science (at UK)  EM 221 Statics (at UK)  
CME 200 Process Principles (at UK)  MSE 351 Materials Thermodynamics (at UK)  
Senior Year  
Fall Term  Winter Term  May Term 
EM 302 Mechanics of Derformable Solids (at UK)  
EE 305 Electrical Circuits (at UK)  
NOTES:  
*Anyone with a Math ACT Score of 26 or lower must take MATH 1214 Functions before taking Calculus.  
Biomedical Engineering  
There is no undergraduate program in Biomedical Engineering. If a student wishes to pursue graduate work in Biomedical he/she should follow the prescribed courses for the area that most closely fits their interests. For example, a student interested in biomechanics should take the courses listed above for Mechanical Engineers, a student interested in drug delivery should follow the Chemical Engineering path, and a student interested in imaging or signals should take the courses listed for Electrical Engineering. 