Supporting Science Subjects

No more than 36 units can be from the following Supporting Sciences list below. Students with appropriate interests may substitute two subjects in urban planning, economics, policy, or management for subjects in the Supporting Science category.

1.00

Introduction to Computers and Engineering Problem Solving

1.060

Engineering Mechanics II

1.061

Transport Processes in the Environment

1.080

Environmental Chemistry and Biology

3.012 or
5.60

Fundamentals of Materials Science and Engineering
Thermodynamics and Kinetics

5.03

Principles of Inorganic Chemistry I

5.12

Organic Chemistry I

5.61

Physical Chemistry

6.00

Introduction to Computer Science and Programming

7.03

Genetics

7.05

General Biochemistry

7.21

Microbial Physiology

8.03

Physics III

8.04

Quantum Physics I

8.044

Statistical Physics I

8.07

Electromagnetism II

8.09

Classical Mechanics III

8.21

Physics of Energy

12.010

Computational Methods of Scientific Programming

12.012

Matlab, Statistics, Regression, Signal Processing

12.320J

Introduction to Hydrology

18.04

Complex Variables with Applications

18.05

Introduction to Probability and Statistics

18.06

Linear Algebra

18.100

Real Analysis I

18.311

Principles of Applied Mathematics