EECS and Materials Science & Engineering
|CHEM 1A+1AL – General Chemistry, or CHEM 4A – General Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis(1)||4-5||–|
|ENGIN 7 – Introduction to Computer Programming for Scientists and Engineers, or COMPSCI 61A – Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs||–||4|
|MATH 1A – Calculus||4||–|
|MATH 1B – Calculus||–||4|
|PHYSICS 7A – Physics for Scientists and Engineers, or PHYSICS 5A – Introductory Mechanics and Relativity(2)||–||3-4|
|Reading & Composition Part A Course(3)||4||–|
|Reading & Composition Part B Course(3)||–||4|
|Humanities/Social Science Course(3)||3-4||–|
|COMPSCI 61B – Data Structures, or 61BL – Data Structures and Programming Methodology||4||–|
|MATSCI 45 – Properties of Materials+MATSCI 45L – Properties of Materials Laboratory||4||–|
|ELENG 16A – Designing Information Devices and Systems I||–||4|
|MATH 53 – Multivariable Calculus||4||–|
|MATH 54 – Linear Algebra and Differential Equations||–||4|
|PHYSICS 7B – Physics for Scientists and Engineers, or PHYSICS 5B – Introductory Electromagnetism, Waves, and Optics+5BL – Introduction to Experimental Physics(2)||4-5||–|
|PHYSICS 7C – Physics for Scientists and Engineers, or PHYSICS 5C – Introductory Thermodynamics and Quantum Mechanics+5CL – Introduction to Experimental Physics II(2)||–||4-5|
|Humanities/Social Science Course(3)||–||3-4|
|COMPSCI 61C – Great Ideas of Computer Architecture, or 61CL – Machine Structures (Lab-Centric), or ELENG 16B – Designing Information Devices and Systems II||4||–|
|ENGIN 40 – Engineering Thermodynamics, or PHYSICS 112 – Introduction to Statistical and Thermal Physics||4||–|
|ELENG 105 – Microelectronic Devices and Circuits||–||4|
|ELENG 126 – Probability and Random Processes, or STAT 134 – Concepts of Probability||–||3-4|
|MATSCI 102 – Bonding, Crystallography, and Crystal Defects||3||–|
|MATSCI 103 – Phase Transformations and Kinetics||–||3|
|MATSCI 104 – Materials Characterization+MATSCI 104L – Materials Characterization Laboratory||–||4|
|PHYSICS 137A – Quantum Mechanics||4||–|
|ELENG 117 – Electromagnetic Fields and Waves||4||–|
|ELENG 140 – Linear Integrated Circuits, EECS 151 – Introduction to Digital Design and Integrated Circuits+151LA – Application Specific Integrated Circuits Laboratory(4), or EECS 151+151LB-Field-Programmable Gate Array Laboratory(4)||4-5||–|
|MATSCI 111 – Properties of Electronic Materials, or ELENG 130 – Integrated-Circuit Devices||–||4|
|MATSCI 130 – Experimental Materials Science||3||–|
|PHYSICS 141A – Solid State Physics||4||–|
|Humanities/Social Science Courses(3)||3-4||3-4|
1CHEM 4A is intended for students majoring in chemistry or a closely related field.
2Students may choose to take the Physics 7 series or the Physics 5 series. Students who fulfill PHYSICS 7A with an AP exam score, transfer work, or at Berkeley may complete the physics requirement by taking either PHYSICS 7B and 7C, or PHYSICS 5B/5BL and 5C/5CL. Students who take PHYSICS 5A must take PHYSICS 5B/5BL and 5C/5CL to complete the physics requirement. Completion of PHYSICS 5A and PHYSICS 7B and Physics 7C will not fulfill the physics requirement.
3The Humanities/Social Sciences (H/SS) requirement includes two approved Reading & Composition (R&C) courses and four additional approved courses, with which a number of specific conditions must be satisfied. R&C courses must be taken for a letter grade (C- or better required). The first half (R&C Part A) must be completed by the end of the freshman year; the second half (R&C Part B) must be completed by no later than the end of the sophomore year. The remaining courses may be taken at any time during the program. See engineering.berkeley.edu/hss for complete details and a list of approved courses.
4EECS 151+151LA or EECS 151+151LB may be used to fulfill only one requirement.
5Technical electives must include two courses:
- ELENG 118, 143; EECS 151+151LA(4), or EECS 151+151LB(4); and
- at least 3 units from the MATSCI 120 series.
* A minimum of 120 units is required for graduation.