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    Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Undergraduate Program

    Drexel Computer Engineering Degree Program for
    Students Who Entered Before Fall of 2003

    1

    TDEC 110,112,114

    Mathematical Foundations of Engineering - 9 cr

    TDEC 111,113,115

    Physical Foundations of Engineering - 9 cr

    TDEC 120,121,122

    Chemical and Biological Foundations of Engineering - 9 cr

    TDEC 130,131,132

    Engineering Design and Laboratory - 12 cr

    HUM 106,107,108; UNIV 101,102

    Liberal Studies and Seminars -
    13 cr

    2
    3
    4

    TDEC 221 Systems I - 3 cr

    TDEC 201
    Energy I - 3 cr

    TDEC 211 Materials I - 3 cr

    ECE 200 Logic -
    3 cr

    TDEC 231,232

    Evaluation & Presentation of Experimental Data - 8 cr

    5

    TDEC 222 Systems II - 3 cr

    TDEC 202
    Energy II - 3 cr

    TDEC 212 Materials II - 3 cr

    ECE 201
    Circuits - 3 cr

    6

    MATH 290 Linear Modeling - 4 cr

    ECEC 302 Digital System Projects -
    4 cr

    CS 171 Computer Programming -
    3 cr

    ECEL 301 ECE Lab. I - 2 cr

    HIST 285 Tech in Historical Perspective -
    3 cr

    7

    MATH 221 Discrete Mathematics -
    3 cr

    ECES 302 Transform Methods -
    4 cr

    CS 172 Computer Programming -
    3 cr

    ECEL 302 ECE Lab. II - 2 cr

    PHIL 315 Engineering Ethics -
    3 cr

    8

    ENGR 361 Stat Analysis of
    Eng Sys - 3 cr

    ECEC 355 Computer Structures - 4 cr

    CS 260 Data Structures - 3 cr

    ECEL 303 ECE Lab. III - 2 cr

    Liberal Elective -
    3 cr

    9

    ECE Technical Elective - 4 cr

    ECEC 304 Design with Microcontrollers - 4 cr

    ECEC 490 Embedded Systems - 4 cr

    ECEL 304 ECE Lab. IV - 2 cr

    Liberal Elective -
    3 cr

    10

    ECE 491 Senior Design I - 2 cr

    CE Sequence I

    CS 451 Software Engineering - 3 cr

    Free Elective -
    3 cr

    Liberal Elective -
    3 cr

    11

    ECE 492 Senior Design II - 2 cr

    CE Sequence II

    ECE Technical Elective - 3 cr

    Free Elective -
    3 cr

    Liberal Elective -
    3 cr

    12

    ECE 493 Senior Design III - 4 cr

    CE Sequence III

    ECE Technical Elective - 3 cr

    Free Elective -
    (0 - 4 cr)*

    Liberal Elective -
    3 cr

             

    Updated 10/18/04

    Notes:

    • Core Electives are 300-level ECE courses from other ECE 21 tracks.
    • ECE Tech Electives are 300- or 400-level ECE courses from any track.
    • One liberal elective must be in economics. ECON 211 (3 cr) and ECON 201 (4 cr) are accepted. Two liberal studies courses must be in the same area (HIST, PSY, etc.). Economics courses cannot make a sequence. The list of accepted liberal studies courses can be found here.
    • Computer Engineering Sequences - one full sequence must be completed:
      • ECEC 451 Computer Arithmetic (3 cr), ECEC 453 Image Processing Architectures (3 cr), ECEC 455 Intelligent Systems Architectures
        (3 cr)
        • This sequence is good for seniors in the 2003-04 year, but is being phased out.
      • ECEC 451 Computer Arithmetic (3 cr), ECEC 457 Security in Computing, ECEC 459 Testing of Hardware
      • ECEC 411 Computer Hardware (3 cr), ECEC 421 Operating Systems I (3 cr), ECEC 422 Operating Systems II (3 cr)
      • ECEC 431 Computer Networking (3 cr), ECEC 432 Network Protocols (3 cr), ECEC 433 Network Programming (3 cr)

    * The number of free elective credits will depend on the individual plan of study. Students who have taken 4 credit CE 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 192 for the CE degree.