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Summer School Before Baylor

 

Summer school at a community college is a great option for students who want to get a head start on an ECS degree before entering Baylor. We strongly recommend that you take engineering, computer science, and math courses at Baylor. This will ensure you receive the foundation needed to be successful. Below are some courses we recommend to be transferred to Baylor if you choose to take summer classes. We strongly recommend that you only take those already listed as equivalent courses according to the Equivalent Course Tool.


 

Engineering Majors

 

  • CHE 1301 (Basic Principles of Modern Chemistry I)
  • ENG 1302 (Thinking and Writing)
  • ENG 2301, 2304, or 2306 (Literature option)
  • PHY 1420 (General Physics I)
  • PHY 1430 (General Physics II)
  • PSC 1305 or 1306 (American National Government OR American State & Local Government)
  • Foreign Language - Second-level proficiency (1402 OR 1412)

 

Computer Science/Bioinformatics Majors

 

  • ENG 1302 (Thinking and Writing)
  • ENG 2301, 2304, or 2306 (Literature option)
  • PSC 1305 or 1306 (American National Government OR American State & Local Government)
  • History/Social Science elective (Prefer PHI 1306)
  • Lab Science elective (equivalents for CHE 1301/1101, CHE 1302/1102, BIO 1305/1105, BIO 1306/1106, PHY 1420, PHY 1430, GEO 1405, or GEO 1406)
  • Foreign Language - Second-level proficiency (1402 OR 1412) for Computer Science majors and third-level proficiency (2310) for Bioinformatics majors

For questions regarding degree requirements, e-mail ECS_Advising@Baylor.edu.