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Textile Technology

First-year Course Requirements

Most first-semester first-year students in our college will take 15 to 17 credit hours (or 5-6 classes). A credit hour is the number of credits a course is worth; most courses are worth 3 credits without a lab and 4 credits with a lab. Students must take a minimum of 12 hours to be considered full-time (important for a variety of reasons including health insurance, financial aid, scholarships, housing, etc.), but the maximum number of credits any student is allowed to take without special permission is 18.

*Make sure that you allow a minimum of 30-45 minutes in between classes that meet on Main Campus and classes that meet on Centennial Campus.

Required classes are in bold.  Other classes should be used to reach 15-17 credits.

  • T 101
  • MA 131 or 231 (depending on math placement) * see note below
  • TT 105
  • CH 101 and 102 or CH 111- if required based on placement
  • A HESF 100-level course (highly encouraged in first semester)
  • EC 205 ideally (EC 201 or ARE 201 are okay if needed)
  • ENG 101
  • GEP course (see below for more information)

* students in the Technical Textiles concentration or students considering enrollment in the Textile Engineering ABM (Accelerated Bachelor’s/Master’s) program should plan to take the MA 141 and 241 calculus sequence

General Education Program (GEP) Course Options

You might consider special sections of GEP courses called First Year Inquiry (FYI) sections. These are sections reserved for new freshmen that feature a small student/faculty ratio and active learning opportunities. To see Fall 2023 FYI class sections, click here.

Click here to see more information about the GEP categories, requirements for your major and recommended GEP courses.