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Weber State University to Utah State University
Transfer Table

 
WSU   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            
ENGR 2300 3 BENG 2400 3 Biological Thermodynamics   X   X        
No Equivalent   BIOL 1010 3 Biology and the Citizen     X X        
No Equivalent   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 1210+1215 5+1 CHEM 1210+1215 4+1 Principles of Chemistry I + Lab I   X X X X4     X
CHEM 1220+1225 5+1 CHEM 1220+1225 4+1 Principles of Chemistry II + Lab II       X X4      
CHEM 2310 4 CHEM 2300 3 Principles of Organic Chemistry   X   X        
CHEM 2315 1 CHEM 2315 1 Organic Chemistry Lab I   X            
CHEM 3070 3 CHEM 3700 3 Introduction to Biochemistry   X            
CHEM 3075 1 CHEM 3710 1 Introduction to Biochemistry Lab   X            
CS 14001,2 4 CS 1400 4 Intro to Computer Science - CS 1     X X X     X2
CS 14101 4 CS 1410 3 Intro to Computer Science - CS 2         X      
See Advisor   CS 1440 3 Methods in Computer Science         X      
CS 24201 4 CS 2420 3 Algorithms & Data Structures - CS 3         X      
No Equivalent   CS 2410 3 Intro to Event-driven Programming & GUIs         X      
CS 2350 4 CS 2610 3 Developing Web Applications         X      
No Equivalent   CS 2810 3 Organization & Architecture         X      
CS 3100 4 CS 3100 3 OS + Concurrency         X X    
See Advisor   ECE 1400 4 Computer Programming 1           X X  
See Advisor   ECE 1410 3 Computer Programming 2           X X  
ECE 1270 4 ECE 2250 3 Electrical Circuits I           X X  
ECE 2260 4 ECE 2290 3 Electrical Circuits II           X X  
See Advisor   ECE 2420 3 Algorithms & Data Structures           X    
ECE 2700 4 ECE 2700 4 Digital Circuits           X X  
ENGL 1010 3 ENGL 1010 3 Introduction to Writing   X X X X X X X
ENGL 2010 3 ENGL 2010 3 Intermediate Writing   X X X X X X X
ENGR 2010 3 ENGR 2010 3 Engineering Mechanics - Statics   X X X       X
ENGR 2080 4 ENGR 2030 3 Engineering Mechanics - Dynamics     X X       X
ENGR 2140 3 ENGR 2140 3 Mechanics of Materials   X X         X
MATH 4620 3 ENGR 2450 3 Engineering Numerical Methods   X            
ENGR 2210/2215 4 ENGR 2210 3 Fundamental Electronics     X3         X
No Equivalent   ENGR 2270 2 Computer Engineering Drafting   X X X        
GEO 1110+1115 3+1 GEO 1110+1115 3+1 Dynamic Earth     X          
ENGR 1000 3 MAE 1010 3 Introduction to Mechanical Engineering               X
No Equivalent   MAE 1200 2 Engineering Graphics   X           X
ENGR 2160 3 MAE 2160 3 Material Science               X
No Equivalent   MAE 2165 1 Material Science Lab               X
ENGR 2300 3 MAE 2300 3 Thermodynamics I     X3         X
MATH 1210 4 MATH 1210 4 Calculus I   X X X X X X X
MATH 12201 4 MATH 1220 4 Calculus II   X X X X X X X
MATH 22101 4 MATH 2210 3 Multivariable Calculus     X       X X
MATH 2250 4 MATH 2250 4 Linear Algebra & Differential Equations   X X X       X
MATH 2270 3 MATH 2270 3 Linear Algebra         X X X  
MATH 2280 3 MATH 2280 3 Ordinary Differential Equations           X X  
No Equivalent   MATH 3310 3 Discrete Mathematics         X X    
MATH 3410 3 MATH 5710 3 Introduction to Probability             X  
PHYS 2210+2215 5+1 PHYS 2210 + 2215 4+1 General Physics - Science I   X X X X4 X X X
PHYS 2220+2225 5+1 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.