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    Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Undergraduate Program

    Electrical Engineering Track 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 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

    Choice* 3 cr

    ECE 203
    Programming for Eng 3 cr

    ECE 201
    Circuits 3 cr

    6

     Free Elective 3 cr

    ECES 302
    Transform Methods 4 cr

    ECEE 302
    Electronic Devices 4 cr

    ECEL 301
    ECE Lab. I 2 cr

    HIST 285
    Tech in Hist Perspective 3 cr

    7

    MATH 291
    Complex & Vector Analy 4 cr

    ECES 304
    Dynamic Systems 4 cr

    Core Elective 4 cr

    ECEL 302
    ECE Lab. II 2 cr

    PHIL 315
    Engineering Ethics 3 cr

    8

    ENGR 361
    Stat of Engr Systems 3 cr

    ECES 356
    Theory of Control 4 cr

    Core Elective 4 cr

    ECEL 303
    ECE Lab. III 2 cr

    Liberal Elective 3 cr

    9

    Free Elective 3 cr

    ECEP 352
    Electric Motor Control 4 cr

    Core Elective 4 cr

    ECEL 304
    ECE Lab. IV 2 cr

    Liberal Elective 3 cr

    10

    ECE 491
    Senior Design I 2 cr

    Liberal Elective 3 cr

    ECE Tech. Elective 3 cr

    Free Elective 3 cr

    Power Systems : ECEP 411 Power Systems I 3 cr and/or Systems: ECES 444 Sys & Controls I 4 cr

    11

    ECE 492
    Senior Design II 2 cr.

    Liberal Elective 3 cr

    ECE Tech. Elective 3 cr

    Free Elective 0-3 cr**

    Power Systems : ECEP 412 Power Systems II 4 cr and/or Systems: ECES 445 Sys & Controls II 4 cr

    12

    ECE 493
    Senior Design III 4 cr.

    Liberal Elective 3 cr

    ECE Tech. Elective 3 cr

     

    Power Systems : ECEP 413 Power Systems III 3 cr and/or Systems: ECES 446 Sys & Controls III 4 cr

    Notes:

    1. Core Electives are 300-level ECE courses from other EE tracks or computer engineering.
    2. ECE Tech Electives are 300- or 400-level ECE courses from any EE track or computer engineering.
    3. 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.

    * Courses here may include PHYS 202 Modern Physics, ENGR 210 Thermodynamics, MATH 221 Discrete Math, CHEM 103 Chemistry III or a BIO/BMES course with Dept. approval
    ** The number of free elective credits will depend on the individual plan of study. Students who have taken 4 credit EE sequence 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 EE degree.