Undergraduate Master Plans & MyMaps
Starting Fall 2021, SDSU will be implementing the 120-unit curriculum policy. If the
student is admitted prior to December 2021, regardless of which catalog year they
were admitted, and will be graduating on or after December 2021, the student can elect to follow the 120-unit curriculum.
If a student chooses to use the new 120-unit curriculum, then he/she must follow the curriculum from the new catalog year. The master plan does not cover General Education (GE) courses so the student will have to use the Degree Audit Report or MyMAP to figure out what GE courses they need to take. The student is require to complete all required GEs and required program courses.
To see the requirements for the 120-unit program please visit the 2022/2023 SDSU General Catalog:
2022/2023 Computer Engineering
2022/2023 Electrical Engineering
IMPORTANT: The prerequisite courses for the major, required courses, and electives cannot be taken for credit/no credit (Cr/NC)
Prerequisites for the Major
Prior to filing a master plan, the student should have completed all of the prerequisites for the major and been accepted into the major. The prerequisites for the major and criteria are listed below:
|Complete with a grade of C (2.0) or better:||Have an overall cumulative GPA of:|
|Computer Engineering 160||2.1 for catalog years prior to 2015|
|Electrical Engineering 210||2.5 for catalog years 2015-Spring 2017|
|Mathematics 150, 151||2.7 for Fall 2017 and thereafter|
|Physics 195, 196|
Once all of the prerequisites for the major have been completed with a grade of C (2.0) or better, the university will automatically switch the student from the "pre-major" to the "major" status. At this point, the student will be able to enroll in major coded courses.
The master plan provides an advising record for both the computer and electrical engineering
majors and should be initiated by the student during the first semester of the junior
year. All students must have a master plan on file in the department prior to enrollment
in Electrical Engineering 410. The prerequisites for Electrical Engineering 410 are
Electrical Engineering 300 and 310 with a grade of C- or better in both courses and
have a master plan on file. Please contact your major advisor to go over the master
plan. To see who your major advisor is, please click on Major Advisors.
Master Plans for 2022/2023
The MyMap is a guideline created to help students navigate the course requirements for their majors and to identify which General Education course will also fulfill a major preparation course requirement.