Abet se program Criterion 5 requirements



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ABET SE Program Criterion 5 requirements

(a) a minimum of 30 semester credit hours (or equivalent) of a combination of college-level mathematics and basic sciences with experimental experience appropriate to the program.

MATH111 - 3
MATH113 - 3
MATH221 - 3
MATH223 - 3
STAT101 - 3
CS285 - 3

PHY105 - 4
PHY205 - 4
CHEM101 - 4

Total = 30 hours
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(b) a minimum of 45 semester credit hours (or equivalent) of engineering topics appropriate to the program, consisting of engineering and computer sciences and engineering design, and utilizing modern engineering tools.

Engineering – 27
*SE201 - 3
*SE311 - 3
*SE322 - 3
SE365 - 3
*SE371 - 3
SE401 - 3
*SE411 - 3
*SE423 - 3
SE499 - 3

Computer Science – 22
*CS101 - 4
*CS102 - 3
*CS175 - 3
CS210 - 3
CS330 - 3
CS331 - 3
CS340 - 3

Cyber Security - 3
*CYS401 - 3

Total = 52 hours

(* = Lab based courses 3,0,1)

(c) a broad education component that complements the technical content of the curriculum and is consistent with the program educational objectives.

ETHC303 - 3
ENG101 - 3
ENG103 - 3
COM201 - 3
PSY101 - 3
ARAB - 6
ISC - 8
PE - 1
SE Electives - 12

Total = 42 hours
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(d) a culminating major engineering design experience that 1) incorporates
appropriate engineering standards and multiple constraints, and 2) is based on the knowledge and skills acquired in earlier course work.

SE492 - 10

Total = 10 hours
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Grand Total = 134

=============SE Specific requirements=============
The curriculum must include
computing fundamentals, software design and construction, requirements analysis, security, verification, and validation;

APPLICABLE COURSES / TOPICS
CS101, CS102, CS210, CS330, CS331 (Computing fundamentals)
SE322, SE365, SE411 (Design and Construction)
SE311 (Requirement Analysis)
CYS401 (Security)
SE401 (Verification and Validation)


software engineering processes and tools appropriate for the development of complex software systems;
APPLICABLE COURSES / TOPICS

SE201
SE492


and discrete mathematics, probability, and statistics, with applications appropriate to software engineering.
APPLICABLE COURSES / TOPICS

CS285

STAT101

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