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B.S. in Electrical Engineering Curriculum & Courses

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Curriculum Table - 2012-2013

First Year

Fall Spring
Course Hours Course Hours
MATH 1451, Calculus I 4 MATH 1452, Calculus II 4
ENGL 1301, Essentials of College Rhetoric 3 ENGL 1302, Advanced College Rhetoric 3
ECE 1304, Introduction to Electrical & Computer Engineering 3 ECE 1305, Introduction to Engineering & Computer Programming 3
POLS 1301, American Government & Organization 3 ECE 2372, Modern Digital Systems Design 3
HIST 2300, History of the U.S. (up to 1877) 3 CHEM 1307 & 1107, Principles of Chemistry I & Lab 4
TOTAL: 16 TOTAL: 17

Second Year

Fall Spring
Course Hours Course Hours
MATH 2450, Calculus III 4 MATH 3342, Statistics for Scientists & Engineers or
IE 3341 Engineering Statistics**
3
PHYS 1408, Principles of Physics I 4 MATH 3350, Higher Mathematics for Scientists & Engineers I 3
POLS 2302, American Public Policy 3 HIST 2301, History of the U.S. (since 1877) 3
ECE 3302, Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering 3 ECE 3311, Electronics I 3
ECE 3362, Digital Design Using Microcontrollers 3 ECE 3331, Project Laboratory I 3
ECE 3303, Linear System Analysis 3
TOTAL: 17 TOTAL: 18

Third Year

Fall Spring
Course Hours Course Hours
ECE 3332, Project Laboratory II 3 ECE 3333, Project Laboratory III 3
ECE 3312, Electronics II 3 ECE 3341, Electromagnetics Theory I 3
ECE 3323, Principles of Communication Systems 3 ECE 3353, Feedback Control Systems 3
PHYS 2401, Principles of Physics II 4 MATH 3351, Higher Mathematics for Scientists & Engineers II 3
Oral Communications Elective* 3 ECE Elective † 3
Humanities Elective* 3
TOTAL: 16 TOTAL: 18

Fourth Year

Fall Spring
Course Hours Course Hours
ECE 4333, Senior Project Laboratory IV 3 ECE 4334, Senior Project Laboratory V or ECE 4000−level Elective 3
ECE 3342, Electromagnetic Theory II 3 ECE Elective † 3
ECE Elective † 3 ECE Elective † 3
ECE Elective † 3 ECE Elective 3
Individual or Group Behavior Elective* 3 Dual Visual & Performing Arts / Multicultural Elective* 3
TOTAL: 15 TOTAL: 15

More Information

All students must satisfy the university foreign language requirement with two years of foreign language credit from high school (same language) or two semesters of college credit (same language). Electives must be selected from approved lists to ensure that ABET, Core Curriculum, departmental, and legislative requirements are satisfied.

* Choose from Core Curriculum list.
** Taking MATH 3342 will complete a math minor.
† Students pursuing PE license may take up to four other engineering electives. Select from departmentally−approved list.

Undergraduate Course Listing and Syllabi

 

Curriculum Table - 2013-2014

First Year

Fall Spring
Course Hours Course Hours
MATH 1451, Calculus I 4 MATH 1452, Calculus II 4
ENGL 1301, Essentials of College Rhetoric 3 ENGL 1302, Advanced College Rhetoric 3
ECE 1304, Introduction to Electrical & Computer Engineering 3 ECE 1305, Introduction to Engineering & Computer Programming 3
POLS 1301, American Government & Organization 3 ECE 2372, Modern Digital Systems Design 3
HIST 2300, History of the U.S. (up to 1877) 3 CHEM 1307 & 1107, Principles of Chemistry I & Lab 4
TOTAL: 16 TOTAL: 17

Second Year

Fall Spring
Course Hours Course Hours
MATH 2450, Calculus III 4 MATH 3342, Statistics for Scientists & Engineers or
IE 3341 Engineering Statistics**
3
PHYS 1408, Principles of Physics I 4 MATH 3350, Higher Mathematics for Scientists & Engineers I 3
POLS 2302, American Public Policy 3 ECE 3306, Electric Circuits II 3
ECE 3302, Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering 3 ECE 3311, Electronics I 3
ECE 3362, Digital Design Using Microcontrollers 3 ECE 3331, Project Laboratory I 3
ECE 3303, Linear System Analysis 3
TOTAL: 17 TOTAL: 18

Third Year

Fall Spring
Course Hours Course Hours
ECE 3332, Project Laboratory II 3 ECE 3333, Project Laboratory III 3
ECE 3312, Electronics II 3 ECE 3341, Electromagnetics Theory I 3
ECE 3323, Principles of Communication Systems 3 ECE 3353, Feedback Control Systems 3
PHYS 2401, Principles of Physics II 4 MATH 3351, Higher Mathematics for Scientists & Engineers II 3
Oral Communications Elective* 3 HIST 2301, History of the U.S. (since 1877) 3
Humanities Elective* 3
TOTAL: 16 TOTAL: 18

Fourth Year

Fall Spring
Course Hours Course Hours
ECE 4333, Senior Project Laboratory IV 3 ECE 4334, Senior Project Laboratory V or ECE 4000−level Elective 3
ECE 3342, Electromagnetic Theory II 3 ECE Elective † 3
ECE Elective † 3 ECE Elective † 3
ECE Elective † 3 ECE Elective 3
Individual or Group Behavior Elective* 3 Dual Visual & Performing Arts / Multicultural Elective* 3
TOTAL: 15 TOTAL: 15

More Information

All students’ must satisfy the university foreign language requirement with two years of foreign language credit from high school (same language) or two semesters of college credit (same language). Electives must be selected from approved lists to ensure that ABET, Core Curriculum, departmental, and legislative requirements are satisfied.

* Choose from Core Curriculum list.
** Taking MATH 3342 will complete a math minor.
† Students pursuing PE license may take up to four other engineering electives. Select from departmentally−approved list.

Undergraduate Course Listing and Syllabi

Accreditation

The bachelor of science in computer engineering and the bachelor of science in electrical engineering are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.

Accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET

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