Engineering Majors

Use of American History (HIST 2010 and 2020) by Engineering Majors

For Students Currently enrolled in a BS degree in an engineering program (including Basic Engineering) at Tech and who are following the 128-hour degree requirements and the new General Education Requirements. This does not include Industrial Technology majors.

Action:

  1. Students who have earned credit for HIST 2010 BY the end of the 2003 fall semester, may use it to count as a "Humanities and Fine Arts" course or a "Social/ Behavioral Science" course.
  2. Students who have earned credit for HIST 2020 BY the end of the 2003 fall semester, may use it to count as a "Humanities and Fine Arts" course or a "Social/ Behavioral Science" course.
  3. Students, who earn credit for HIST 2010 or HIST 2020 AFTER the end of the 2003 fall semester, may not use the course as a "Humanities and Fine Arts" course or as a "Social/ Behavioral Science" course.

Students transferring from a Tennessee institute into a BS degree in an engineering program (including Basic Engineering) and who are following the 128-hour degree requirements and the new General Education Requirements.

Action:

  1. Students who have earned credit for HIST 2010 BY the end of the 2004 spring semester, may use it to count as a "Humanities and Fine Arts" course or a "Social/ Behavioral Science" course.
  2. Students who have earned credit for HIST 2020 BY the end of the 2004 spring semester, may use it to count as a "Humanities and Fine Arts" course or a "Social/ Behavioral Science" course.
  3. Students, who earn credit for HIST 2010 or HIST 2020 AFTER the end of the 2004 spring semester, may not use the course as a "Humanities and Fine Arts" course or as a "Social/ Behavioral Science" course.

Students transferring from another degree program at Tech into a BS degree in an engineering program AFTER the end of the 2003 fall semester and who are following the 128-hour degree requirements and the new General Education Requirements.

Students transferring from an institute outside of Tennessee into a BS degree in an engineering program AFTER the end of the 2003 fall semester and who are following the 128-hour degree requirements and the new General Education Requirements.

Action:

Students may NOT use HIST 2010 or HIST 2020 as a "Humanities and Fine Arts" course or as a "Social/ Behavioral Science" course.