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2016-2017 Catalog

Electrical and Computer Engineering, B.S. Major (Class of 2016)


The program consists of a minimum of 15-16 major courses and 12-13 collateral courses:

MATH 161Calculus I

MATH 162Calculus II

MATH 182Discrete Structures

MATH 263Calculus III

MATH 264Differential Equations with Linear Algebra

CHEM 121General Chemistry I


PHYS 131Physics I: Mechanics


PHYS 133Physics II: Electricity, Magnetism, and Waves


PHYS 151Accelerated Physics I: Mechanics and Thermodynamics


PHYS 152Accelerated Physics II: Electricity, Magnetism, and Optics


ES 101Introduction to Engineering


ES 231Nature of Engineering Materials


Science/mathematics elective


CS 104Introduction to Game Programming


CS 105Digital Media Computing


CS 106Personal Robotics


CS 150Data Structures and Algorithms

CS 205Software Engineering


ECE 211Digital Circuits I

ECE 212Digital Circuits II

ECE 221Basic Electric Circuit Analysis

ECE 313Computer Organization

ECE 322Introduction to Solid State Devices and Circuits

ECE 323Analysis and Design of Solid State Circuits

ECE 331Signals and Systems

ECE 332Communications Systems

ECE 341Engineering Electromagnetics

ECE 433Industrial Electronics and Control Systems

ECE 445Physics of Semiconductor Devices

ECE 491Senior Project

ECE 492Electrical and Computer Engineering Design Laboratory II

Choose from the following:

Three ECE electives OR two ECE electives and one approved CS elective

ECE 390-392Independent Study or Research

ECE 393-399Special Topics

ECE 414Embedded Systems

ECE 415Computer Arithmetic Circuits

ECE 417Digital ControlSystems

ECE 425VLSI Circuit Design

ECE 426VLSI System Design

ECE 427Sensors and Electronic Systems

ECE 434Digital Signal Processing

ECE 435Speech and Image Processing

ECE 436Communications Networks

ECE 437Biomedical System Modeling and Analysis

ECE 438

ECE 442Applied Optoelectronics

ECE 444Introduction to Fiber Optics

ECE 446Microwave Systems

ECE 450Introduction to Electrical Machinery

ECE 451Introduction to Electrical Power Systems

The Common Course of Study is required.