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74:162 Foundations of Physics II
18:160 General Chemistry I
18:170 General Chemistry II
62:160 Computer Science I
62:161 Computer Science II
15:162 Cells, Genetics & Evolution
15:163 Biodiversity, Functions & Inter.
42:160 Introduction to Earth Science
62:290 Calculus III
62:291 Calculus IV
18:261 Organic Chemistry I
18:271 Organic Chemistry II
74:272 Electricity and Magnetism
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62:287 C/C++ programming
18:260 Physical Chemistry I
18:270 Physical Chemistry II
18:262 Intro. Analytical Chemistry
62:206 Discrete Struct. + Programm.
42:281 Elementary Mineralogy
42:282 Petrology
74:363 Electronics
74:382 Analytical Mechanics
62:383 Mathematical Statistics
74:383 Electromagn. fields & waves
15:370 Molecular Cell Biology
15:363 Animal Physiology I
15:364 Animal Physiology II
18:362 Instrumental Methods I
62:306 Systems Programming
62:473 Analysis of Algorithms

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Engineering major

The three italicized columns show particular emphases within the the Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering major. Grey indicates
only required in Environmental emphasis.

Engineering 3+2 dual degree


Brandon University and the University of Minnesota
Enjoy the dual benefits of BUs personalized education featuring small class sizes and
undergraduate research opportunities coupled with reaping the benefits of the University of
Minnesotas reputation as one of the top engineering schools in North America, by choosing to
enter the new 3+2 year B.Sc./B.Eng. dual degree program. At BU you can expect your
professors to know you by name and mentor your progress as you make the transition from high
school to University graduate in Canadas 6th best place to live.

Take advantage of reciprocity


While enjoying one of the lowest tuition rates ($3285. 30 + $746.88 fees for 2011-12) in the
country while at Brandon University, as a Manitoba resident take advantage of reciprocity
agreements between Manitoba and the University of Minnesota to pay tuition rates comparable
to the in-state Minnesota tuition rates ($13 022 for 2011-12) for your final two years of study.
These reciprocal agreements are also available to Minnesota residents.

How should I choose a major at BU?


In the dual degree program, as part of your 3 year B.Sc. you should complete the courses in the
accompanying table corresponding to your Engineering major of choice in addition to any
prerequisites these courses have. Choosing a major/minor combination including most of the
required technical courses is recommended. For example, students interested in Aerospace,
Civil, Electrical, or Mechanical Engineering might choose Physics/Math; Biomedical or
Bioproducts and Biosystems might choose Biology/Math; Chemical or Materials Science might
choose Chemistry/Math or Physics; Computer might choose Computer Science/Physics or Math;
and Geological Engineering students might choose to major in Geology/Math or Physics.

Its all about choice


By completing a three year B.Sc. at Brandon University, you open yourself up to a world of
opportunities. Whether you choose to continue for an additional: two years at one of North
Americas top engineering schools; three years at a law school; two years in Brandon
Universitys education faculty to become a highly sought after high school science teacher; four
years of medical school; or buoyed by the unique research experience available at BU decide to
upgrade to a four year honours degree and pursue graduate studies in your discipline, proposing
solutions to the next generation of societys problems; science at Brandon University can take
you there!

A stellar reputation
According to the world university rankings by Times Higher Education 2011-12, the University of
Minnesotas engineering program is the 29th ranked program in the world. Within Canada, only
the University of Toronto ranks higher (at 18th). According to the 2012 U.S. News College
Compass, the undergraduate Chemical Engineering program at the University of Minnesota
ranks 4th in the United States among all universities offering doctorates as the highest degree.