Computer Engineering- Pitt

Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science

Dual Degree: Any Bachelor of Arts or Science Degree from La Roche with Bachelor of Science in Engineering from University of Pittsburgh.

To successfully complete the terms of the articulation agreement, the following is required:

  • must be enrolled at LRC for at least the past 2 years
  • must have a QPA of 3.0 or higher (3.5 for Bioengineering) at time of application to University of Pittsburgh engineering program
  • must receive favorable recommendation from the combined degree progarm liason at LRC
  • must successfully complete all science and math pre-requisite course requirements for their intended engineering  major with a grade of C or better and a GPA of 3.0 or better
  • must have completed the major requirments prescribed by their LRC program prior to commencing study at the University of Pittsburgh or have a written plan in place to show how these requirements will be met at the University of Pittsburgh

Foundation Courses (Includes 18 credits of Humanities and Social Science courses): 46 credits

CHEM1001 General Chemistry I
CHEM1002 General Chemistry II
CHEM1003 General Chemistry I-Lab
CHEM1004 General Chemistry II-Lab
CSCI1010 Programming I
CSCI1010L Programming I Lab
MATH1032 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I
MATH1033 Analytic Geometry & Calculus II
PHYS1032 Physics I
PHYS1032L Physics I-Lab
PHYS1033 Physics II
PHYS1033L Physics II-Lab
  Technical/ Professional Electives: Pre-Approved

BIOL2025 Microbiology
BIOL2025L Microbiology-Lab
BIOL3013 Genetics
BIOL3015 General Ecology
BIOL3026 Cell Biology
BIOL3036 Biochemistry I
BIOL4019 Immunology
BIOL4030 Molecular Biology
CSCI2010 Programming II
CSCI2010L Programming II Lab
CSCI2020 Algorithm Analysis
CSCI2025 Systems Programming
CSCI2025L Systems Programming Lab
CSCI2055 Database Systems Theory
CSCI3040 Operating Systems
CSCI4045 Telecommunications I
CSCI4045 Telecommunications I
CSCI4055 Advanced Database Theory
MATH2050 Discrete Mathematics I
MATH2051 Discrete Mathematics II
MATH3045 Probability & Statistics II
MATH4003 History of Mathematics
MATH4015 Modern Abstract Algebra
MATH4020 Geometry
MATH4035 Real Analysis
  Mathematics: 6 credits

MATH2031 Ordinary Differential Equations
MATH3015 Linear Algebra
  Computer Science: 4 credits

CSCI2010 Programming II
CSCI2010L Programming II Lab
  Communications: 3 credits- choose one course

ENGL1012 College Writing II
ENGL2029 Business Communications
ENGL2030 Technical Writing
SPCH1001 Modern Public Speaking