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    Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Undergraduate Program

    Electrical Engineering Track by Term for Drexel EE 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 -
    11 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

    ECES 302 Transform Methods -
    4 cr

    ECEE 302 Electronic
    Devices - 4 cr

    ECEL 301 ECE Lab. I - 2 cr

    HIST 285 Technology in Historical Perspective -
    3 cr

    7

    MATH 291 Complex and Vector
    Analy for Eng -
    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 Analysis of Eng Sys - 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

    ID Elective - 4 cr

    ECEP 352 Electric Motor Control Principles - 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

    EE Track Seq I

    ECE Tech. Elective - 3 cr

    Free Elective -
    3 cr

    Liberal Elective -
    3 cr

    11

    ECE 492 Senior Design II - 2 cr.

    EE Track Seq II

    ECE Tech. Elective - 3 cr

    Free Elective -
    0-3 cr*

    Liberal Elective -
    3 cr

    12

    ECE 493 Senior Design III - 4 cr

    EE Track Seq III

    ECE Tech. Elective - 3 cr

     

    Liberal Elective -
    3 cr

             

    Updated 7/5/05

    Notes:

    1. Core Electives are 300-level ECE courses from other ECE 21 tracks.
    2. ECE Tech Electives are 300- or 400-level ECE courses from any track.
    3. One liberal elective must be in economics. ECON 211 (3 cr) and
      ECON 201 (4 cr) are accepted. Economics courses cannot make a sequence. The list of accepted liberal studies courses can be found here.
    4. Electrical Engineering Track Sequences - one full sequence must be completed:
      • ECES 444 Systems & Controls I (4 cr), ECES 445 Systems & Controls II (4 cr), ECES 446 Systems & Controls III
        (4 cr)
      • ECEP 411 Power Systems I (3 cr), ECEP 412 Power Systems II
        (4 cr), P 413 Power Systems III (3 cr)

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