Thursday, April 21, 2016

ABET Engineering

ABET

  • 1 Year Math and Basic Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, and Physics)
  • 1.5 Year Engineering
  • General Education must compliment Engineering, no constraint on how much general education is required.

1 Year = min(32 semester units, 25% of Bachelor's Degree)
  • 30 Units for 120-123 Unit Bachelor's Degree 
  • 31 Units for 124-127 Unit Bachelor's Degree
  • 32 Units for 128+ Unit Bachelor's Degree
California General Education Requirement
  • Public
    • 48 Units
  • Private
    • 25% of Bachelor's Degree

At least 12 Units overlap between General Education and Math and Basic Sciences
For each additional unit overlapping with General Education, an additional unit of free elective is available.

For 128 Units Bachelor's Degree in
  • Public University in California
    • *32 Units Math and Basic Sciences
    • *48 Units Engineering
    • 48 Units General Education
    • 12+ Units Free Electives
  • Private University in California
    • *32 Units Math and Basic Sciences
    • *48 Units Engineering
    • 32 Units General Education
    • 28+ Units Free Electives 
*Here, Engineering requires a minimum of 80 Units.

For 120 Units Bachelor's Degree in
  • Public University in California
    • *30 Units Math and Basic Sciences
    • *45 Units Engineering
    • 48 Units General Education
    • 9+ Units Free Electives
  • Private University in California
    • *30 Units Math and Basic Science
    • *45 Units Engineering
    • 30 Units General Education
    • 27+ Units Free Electives
*Engineering requires a minimum of 75 Units.

ABET
  • Direct Master
    • 1 Year Math and Basic Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, and Physics)
    • 1.5 Year Engineering
    • 30 Units Engineering, Appropriate for Master's Student
Direct Master 110+ Units
  • 32 Units Math and Basic Sciences
  • 48 Units Engineering
  • 30 Units Engineering, Appropriate for Master's Student
  • Sufficient Units to Classify as Master's Degree
    • At least 150 Units in California
      • At least 40 Upper Division in the second 60 Units (Units 61 to 120)
      • At most 15 at Upper Division in the final 30 Units.
      • At least 15 at Graduate Level in the final 30 Units.
A Direct Master bypasses the undergraduate degree, but there are states that restricts bypassing undergraduate degrees.

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