No matter which threads you choose, there are some common requirements defined by the Board of Regents and necessary for ABET accreditation. They include mathematics, humanities, social sciences, and lab sciences as well as wellness, ethics and capstone courses.
Requirements are usually expressed in hours. For example, there are twelve (12) required hours for social sciences; however, the Institute also specifies which social sciences classes are eligible. For example, The Board of Regents requires that one of such class be a legislative class. Further requirements may come from the College of Computing. For example, all students must take at least one Physics course as a part of the requirements for a lab science. Finally, individual threads may have their own requirements. For example, the Intelligence thread requires that at least one of your social science classes be a psychology course. Details on specific requirements can be found under the requirements for each thread.
There are also free electives. You can use them to take a class you've always wanted to take for no reason other than you want to take it. Of course you may also choose to use those hours to take additional CS courses or courses recommended by your Thread, or other Threads.
Core Course Requirements
ENG 1101 English Comp I
ENG 1102 English Comp II
Six (6) additional hours of Humanities
MATH 1501 Calc I
MATH 1502 Calc II
MATH 2605, Calc III for CS
MATH 3012 Applied Combinatorics
MATH 3215 Probability and Statistics (MATH/ISYE/CE 3770 or ISYE 2027 + 2028 may be substituted for MATH 3215)
Three (3) Lab Sciences chosen from: PHYS 2211, PHYS 2212, EAS 1600, EAS 1601, EAS 2600, CHEM 1310, CHEM 1211K, CHEM 1212K, BIO 1510, BIO 1520.
*one class must be PHYS 2211, and you must choose two in a sequence (for example, PHYS 2211 & 2212 or BIO 1510 & 1520).
HIST 2111 or 2112, POL 1101, PUBP 3000, or INTA 1200
Nine (9) additional hours of Social Sciences
HPS 1040 Wellness
LCC 3403 Technical Communications
CS 4001 Computing & Society or CS 4002 Robots & Society
CS 4980 Research Project or CS 4911 Studio Project