SouthEast Florida Engineering Education Consortium (SEFEEC)
## Broward College Curriculum Transfer to the FAU Computer Engineering Program

This curriculum applies to students entering BC for a future transfer to FAU, and is divided into three sections: Lower Division Non-Technical, and Lower Division Technical from BC, and an Upper Division Program from FAU.

See the note at the bottom for stipulations, and speak to your department or school advisor at BC, or FAU if you have any questions.

### Lower Division Non-technical Credits (Total 25 Credits) BC

### Lower Division Technical Credits (Total 37 Credits) BC

### Upper Division Program (Total 64 Credits) FAU

**NOTE:**

The lower division credit hours listed above will count toward the AA degree and will all transfer into the computer engineering program at FAU. If a student must take additional mathematics courses prior to becoming eligible for the initial calculus course listed in the 48 hours, those courses will count toward the AA degree, but will be over and above the prescribed number of hours for the bachelor's in computer engineering. The AA degree assures that the student has met the Gordon Rule requirements of the State University System. Students transferring without the AA degree may have to take additional courses to meet the Gordon Rule.

This curriculum is subject to change. For the most current information, students should check with departmental advisors at BC or FAU.

See the note at the bottom for stipulations, and speak to your department or school advisor at BC, or FAU if you have any questions.

Subject | Course | Credit |
---|---|---|

English Composition I | ENC 1101 | 3 |

English Composition II | ENC 1102 | 3 |

Humanities I | Area II | 3 |

Humanities II | Area II | 3 |

Social Science I | Area III | 3 |

Social Science II | Area III | 3 |

Wellness | Area IV-D | 1 |

International/Intercultural | Area VIII | 3 |

Intro to Speech Communication or Introduction to Public Speaking | SPC 1024 or SPC 1600 | 3 |

Subject | Course | Credit |
---|---|---|

Calculus & Analytical Geometry I [1] | MAC 2311 | 5 |

Calculus & Analytical Geometry II | MAC 2312 | 5 |

Calculus & Analytical Geometry III | MAC 2313 | 5 |

Differential Equations I | MAP 2302 | 3 |

General Physics w/Calculus I [2] | PHY 2048 | 4 |

General Physics w/Calculus I Lab | PHY 2048L | 1 |

General Physics w/Calculus II | PHY 2049 | 4 |

General Physics w/Calculus II Lab | PHY 2049L | 1 |

General Chemistry A & General Chemistry B OR General Chemistry I |
CHM 1040 & CHM 1041 OR CHM 1045 |
3 |

General Chemistry I Lab | CHM 1045L | 1 |

Introduction to C++ OR Intermediate C++ Programming [3] |
COP 1334C OR COP 1337C |
3 |

Introduction to Engineering [3] | EGS 1001 | 3 |

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Subject | Course | Credit |
---|---|---|

Foundations of Computer Science | COT 3002 | 3 |

Foundations of Computer Science Lab | COT 3002L | 1 |

Data Structures & Algorithms Analysis | COP 3530 | 3 |

Principles of Software Engineering OR Design and Analysis of Algorithms |
CEN 4010 OR COT 4400 | 3 |

Computer Operating Systems | COP 4610 | 3 |

Stochastic Models for Computer Science | STA 4821 | 3 |

Engineering Design I [4] | EGN 4410 | 2 |

Engineering Design II [4] | EGN 4411 | 2 |

Senior Seminar [4] | COT 4935 | 1 |

Introduction to Microprocessor Systems | CDA 3331 | 4 |

Select 2 courses from the list below (total 6 credits):Structured Computer Architecture Computer Systems Performance Evaluation Introduction to Embedded Systems Concurrency Modeling |
CDA 4105 CEN 4410 CDA 4360 COT 4930 |
3 |

Select 2 courses from the list below (total 6 credits):CAD-Based Computer Design Introduction to VLSI Introduction to Data Communications Computer Network Projects |
CDA 4170 CDA 4210 CEN 4500 COP 4364 |
3 |

Introduction to VLSI | CDA 4210 | 3 |

Introduction to Data Communications | CEN 4500 | 3 |

Computer Network Projects | COP 4364 | 3 |

Network Analysis I | EEL 3111 | 3 |

Introduction to Electronics | EEL 3300 | 4 |

Lab I | ELR 3308L | 2 |

Digital Electronics | EEL 4340 | 3 |

Technical Electives | - | 12 |

Discrete Math [4] | MAD 2104 | 3 |

- A maximum of 12 credit hours will be accepted at FAU for the Calculus sequence. This course as well as MAC 2312 and 2313 could be used towards BC's math general education requirements.
- A maximum of 8 credit hours will be accepted at FAU for the Physics sequence with lab. This course could be used towards BC's science general education requirements. Physics II also applies.
- This is not part of the Lower 48 curriculum but is required by the FAU computer engineering program, so the student can choose to take the course either at FAU or at BC.
- Can only be taken during senior year.

The lower division credit hours listed above will count toward the AA degree and will all transfer into the computer engineering program at FAU. If a student must take additional mathematics courses prior to becoming eligible for the initial calculus course listed in the 48 hours, those courses will count toward the AA degree, but will be over and above the prescribed number of hours for the bachelor's in computer engineering. The AA degree assures that the student has met the Gordon Rule requirements of the State University System. Students transferring without the AA degree may have to take additional courses to meet the Gordon Rule.

This curriculum is subject to change. For the most current information, students should check with departmental advisors at BC or FAU.

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