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    Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Undergraduate Program

    Computer Engineering by Term - Entry Fall 2006-07
    1

    MATH 121
    Calculus I 4 cr

     

    CHEM 101
    Chemistry I 3.5 cr

    ENGR 101
    Freshman Design I 2 cr

    CS 121
    Computation Lab I 1 cr

    ENGL 101,102,103;
    UNIV 101

    Liberal Studies and Seminars 11 cr

    2
    MATH 122
    Calculus II 4 cr
    PHYS 101
    Physics I 4 cr
    CHEM 102
    Chemistry II 4.5 cr
    ENGR 102
    Freshman Design II 2 cr
    CS 122
    Computation Lab II 1 cr
    3
    MATH 200
    Multivariable Calculus 4 cr
    PHYS 102
    Physics II 4 cr
    BIO 141
    Essential Biology 4.5 cr
    ENGR 103
    Freshman Design III 2 cr
    CS 123
    Computation Lab III 1 cr
    4

    ENGR 231
    Linear Eng Systems 3 cr

    PHYS 201
    Physics III 4 cr

    ENGR 220
    Materials 4 cr

    ECE 200
    Logic 3 cr

    ENGR 201,202

    Evaluation & Presentation of Experimental Data 6 cr

    5

    ENGR 232
    Dynamic Eng Systems 3 cr

    MATH 221
    Discrete Math 3 cr

    ECE 203
    Programming for Eng 3 cr

    ECE 201
    Circuits 3 cr

    6

    ECEC 301
    Adv Prog for Eng 3 cr

    ECES 302
    Transform Methods 4 cr

    ECEC 302
    Digital System Proj 4 cr

    ECEL 301
    ECE Lab. I 2 cr

    HIST 285
    Tech in Hist Perspective 3 cr

    7

    ECEC 304
    Design with Microcontrollers 4 cr

    ECEC 490
    Computer Architecture 3 cr

    Free Elective 3 cr

    ECEL 302
    ECE Lab. II 2 cr

    PHIL 315
    Engineering Ethics 3 cr

    8

    ENGR 361
    Stat of Engr Systems 3 cr

    ECEC 490
    Intro Computer Networking 3 cr

    CS 265
    Adv Programming Techniques 3 cr

    ECEL 303
    ECE Lab. III 2 cr

    Liberal Elective
    3 cr

    Free Elective 3 cr
    9

    ECEC 356
    Embedded Systems 4 cr

    ECEC 490
    Intro Operating Systems 3 cr

    CS 260
    Data Structures 3 cr

    ECEL 304
    ECE Lab. IV 2 cr

    Liberal Elective 3 cr

    10

    ECE 491
    Senior Design I 2 cr

    CE Elective 3 cr

    CE Elective 3 cr

    Free Elective 3 cr

    Liberal Elective 3 cr

    11

    ECE 492
    Senior Design II 2 cr.

    CE Elective 3 cr

    CE Elective 3 cr

    Free Elective 3 cr

    Liberal Elective 3 cr

    12

    ECE 493
    Senior Design III 4 cr.

    CE Elective 3 cr

    CE Elective 3 cr

    Free Elective 3 cr**

    Liberal Elective 3 cr

    Notes:

    • One liberal elective must be ECON 201 4 cr. Two liberal studies courses must be in the same area (HIST, PSY, etc.). Economics courses cannot make a sequence.
    • Computer Engineering Electives
      • ECEC 451 Computer Arithmetic 3 cr, ECEC 457 Security in Computing 3 cr, ECEC 459 Testing of Hardware 3 cr
      • ECEC 490 Processor Design 3 cr, ECEC 490 Parallel Computing 3 cr, ECEC 490 High Performance Computing 3 cr
      • ECEC 432 Internet Architectures 3 cr, ECEC 433 Network Programming 3 cr, ECEC 490 Network Security 3 cr
      • ECEC 490 Intro VLSI Design, ECEC 490 VLSI Automation 3 cr, ECEC 490 Modern VLSI Design

    ** The number of free elective credits will depend on the individual plan of study. Students who have taken 4 credit CE elective or technical elective courses will need fewer free elective credits. Those who took 3 credit courses will need more. The total of all credits taken must add to at least 192 for the CE degree.