CE2I participants spend a rigorous 30-35 hours in classes and lab each week and receive daily assignments. Students will take (1) a Mathematics course (College Algebra, College Algebra/Trigonometry, or Trigonometry, (2) Introductory Chemistry (CHEM 1053), (3) Physics, and a (4) Professional Development seminar. A placement exam is administered at the start of the program to determine which Mathematics class to place each student based on skill level and performance. The Chemistry and Physics courses provide a very general overview of important Chemistry and Physics concepts. No course hours will be earned toward a BS degree in Engineering, Computer Science, or Technology. However, performance in these courses will assist in the determination of student placement in the fall. Successful performance in these courses will assure students are curriculum ready, which starts with Calculus I, by the fall.