Alternate Paths You Might Take

Students Entering with Advanced Placement Credit

For students entering with a significant number of advanced placement credits, the following courses may be moved in schedule with no detrimental effects to learning outcomes:

Programming for Imaging Science (1051-211)
This course may be taken by any first year student provided there is room in their Fall term schedule due to acceptance of advanced placement credits in another topical area.

Introduction to Imaging Systems (1051-300)
This course may be taken during the Fall term of a student's first year provided advance placement credit for two (2) terms of Calculus and one (1) term of University Physics has been accepted by the Institute.

Probability & Statistics for Imaging Science (1051-553)
This course may be taken during any term after the student has completed (or received advanced placement credit for) Project-Based Calculus III (1016-283) or its equivalent.
 

    Students Desiring a Less Compact Schedule

    For students that would like to take a little bit longer time to complete all of the required courses in Imaging Science, the following courses can be moved without impacting prerequisite requirements for other classes in the major:

      Digital Image Processing I (1051-361)
      This course may be taken in the Spring term of the 3rd year of study.

      Color Science (1051-402)
      This course may be taken in the Fall term of the 4th year of study.

      Physical Optics (1051-455)
      This course may be taken in the Spring term of the 4th year of study.

      Digital Image Processing II (1051-462)
      This course may be taken in the Fall term of the 4th year of study.

      Detectors (1051-465)
      This course may be taken in the Spring term of the 4th year of study.

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