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Brigham Young University - Idaho to Utah State University
Transfer Table

 
BYU - I   USU         Required by USU Major
Course CR Course Cr Course Title   BE5 CI5 EN5 CS5 CM5 EL5 ME5
No Equivalent   BENG 1880 3 Quantitative Biological Systems   X            
No Equivalent   BENG 2330 3 Properties of Biomaterials   X            
ME 322 4 BENG 2400 3 Biological Thermodynamics   X   X        
No Equivalent   BIOL 1010 3 Biology and the Citizen     X X        
BIO 180+180L 4 BIOL 1610 + 1615 3+1 Biology I   X            
No Equivalent   BIOL 3300 4 General Microbiology   X            
No Equivalent   CEE 1880 1 CEE Orientation & Computer Applications     X X        
No Equivalent   CEE 2240 3 Engineering Surveying     X X        
CHEM 105+105L 4 CHEM 1210+1215 4+1 Principles of Chemistry I + Lab I   X X X X4     X
CHEM 106+106L 4 CHEM 1220+1225 4+1 Principles of Chemistry II + Lab II       X X4      
CHEM 351 3 CHEM 2300 3 Principles of Organic Chemistry   X   X        
CHEM 351L 1 CHEM 2315 1 Organic Chemistry Lab I   X            
CHEM 481 3 CHEM 3700 3 Introduction to Biochemistry   X            
No Equivalent   CHEM 3710 1 Introduction to Biochemistry Lab   X            
CS 1241,2 3 CS 1400 4 Intro to Computer Science - CS 1   X2 X2 X2 X2     X2
CS 1651 3 CS 1410 3 Intro to Computer Science - CS 2         X      
See Advisor   CS 1440 3 Methods in Computer Science         X      
CS 2351 3 CS 2420 3 Algorithms & Data Structures - CS 3         X      
No Equivalent   CS 2410 3 Intro to Event-driven Programming & GUIs         X      
CS 313 3 CS 2610 3 Developing Web Applications         X      
No Equivalent   CS 2810 3 Organization & Architecture         X      
See Advisor   ECE 1400 4 Computer Programming 1           X2 X2  
See Advisor   ECE 1410 3 Computer Programming 2           X X  
ECEN 150 3 ECE 2250 3 Electrical Circuits I           X X  
ECEN 250 4 ECE 2290 3 Electrical Circuits II           X X  
See Advisor   ECE 2420 3 Algorithms & Data Structures           X    
ECEN 160 3 ECE 2700 4 Digital Circuits           X X  
FDENG 101 3 ENGL 1010 3 Introduction to Writing   X X X X X X X
FDENG 301 3 ENGL 2010 3 Intermediate Writing   X X X X X X X
ME 201 3 ENGR 2010 3 Engineering Mechanics - Statics   X X X       X
ME 204 3 ENGR 2030 3 Engineering Mechanics - Dynamics     X X       X
ME 202 3 ENGR 2140 3 Mechanics of Materials   X X         X
No Equivalent   ENGR 2450 3 Engineering Numerical Methods   X            
ECEN 150 3 ENGR 2210 3 Fundamental Electronics     X3         X
ME 172  3 ENGR 2270 2 Computer Engineering Drafting   X X X        
GEOL 111+ 111L 3+1 GEO 1110+1115 3+1 Dynamic Earth     X          
No Equivalent   MAE 1010 3 Introduction to Mechanical Engineering               X
ME 272   MAE 1200 2 Engineering Graphics   X           X
ME 250 3 MAE 2160 3 Material Science               X
ME 250L 1 MAE 2165 1 Material Science Lab               X
ME 322 4 MAE 2300 3 Thermodynamics I     X3         X
FDMAT 112 4 MATH 1210 4 Calculus I   X X X X X X X
MATH 1131 3 MATH 1220 4 Calculus II   X X X X X X X
MATH 2141 3 MATH 2210 3 Multivariable Calculus     X       X X
No Equivalent   MATH 2250 4 Linear Algebra & Differential Equations   X X X       X
MATH 341 3 MATH 2270 3 Linear Algebra         X X X  
No Equivalent   MATH 2280 3 Ordinary Differential Equations           X X  
No Equivalent 3 MATH 3310 3 Discrete Mathematics         X X    
MATH 423 3 MATH 5710 3 Introduction to Probability           X X  
PH 121+123 3+1 PHYS 2210 + 2215 4+1 General Physics - Science I   X X X X4 X X X
PH 220 3 PHYS 2220 + 2225 4+1 General Physics - Science II         X4 X X X

1 Series should be completed at one school (isu.edu).

2 Electrical/Computer Engineering requires C for 1400 and C++ for 1410. For all other majors, please see advisor.

3 Civil Engineering students can choose one out of ENGR 2210 and MAE 2300

4 Computer Science students can choose either PHYS 2210&2220 or CHEM 1210&1220.

5 BE=Biological Engineering, CI=Civil Engineering, EN=Environmental Engineering, CS=Computer Science, CM=Computer Engineering, EL=Electrical Engineering, ME=Mechanical Engineering.

Additional classes may be acceptable for the professional program. Contact USU for more information.