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EE Undergraduate Graduation Requirements

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EE Undergraduate Graduation Requirements

 
REQUIRED COURSES:
MATHEMATICS
MATH 20100 Calculus I 3 cr. R
MATH 20200 Calculus II 3 cr. R
MATH 20300 Calculus III 4 cr. R
MATH 39100 Diff. Equations 3 cr. R
MATH 39200 Linear Algebra and Vector Analysis 3 cr. R
SCIENCES
CHEM 10301 General Chemistry I 4 cr. R
CSC 10200 Intro to Computing 3 cr. R
PHYS 20701 General Physics I 4 cr. R
PHYS 20801 General Physics II 4 cr. R
PHYS 32300 Quantum Mechanics for Engineers 3 cr. R
ENGINEERING
ENGR 10100 Engineering Design I 1 cr. R
ENGR 10300 Analysis Tools for Engineers 2 cr. R
ENGR 20400 Electrical Circuits 3 cr. R
ENGR 27600 Engineering Economics 3 cr. R
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
EE 20500 Linear Systems I 3 cr. R
EE 21000 Switching Systems 3 cr. R
EE 22100 EE Lab I 1 cr. R
EE 24100 Electronics I 3 cr. R
EE 25900 Programming for EE 4 cr. R
EE 30600 Linear Systems II 3 cr. R
EE 31100 Probability and Statistics 3 cr. R
EE 31200 Communication Theory 3 cr. R
EE 32200 EE Lab II 1 cr. R
EE 33000 Electromagnetics 3 cr. R
EE 33900 Semiconductor Materials and Devices 3 cr. R
EE 34400 Digital Computer Systems 3 cr. R
EE 42500 Digital Computer Lab 1 cr. R
EE 59866 Senior Design I 3 cr. R
EE 59867 Senior Design II 3 cr. R
ENGLISH
ENGL  11000  Freshman Composition                                 3 cr. R
ENGL 21007  Writing for Engineers 3 cr. R

Sub-Total Required Courses:                                                                          89 cr.   -


ELECTIVE COURSES:

All Electrical Engineering major students must complete the credit requirements from the A, B,  and C Electives lists:
 
A. Lecture Electives
All EE students, in consultation with their faculty advisor, must select 6 courses of Lecture Electives, at least 3 courses of which must be Electrical Engineering courses.
Electrical Engineering
EE 33300: Antennas & Fiber-Optics 3 cr. E
EE 34200: Electronics II 3 cr. E
EE 35700: Electric Power Engineering
3 cr.
E
EE 37100: Control & Feedback Systems 3 cr. E
EE 43800: Management Concepts for Engineering
3 cr.
E
EE 44100: Solid State Devices 3 cr. E
EE 45000: Microwave Networks
3 cr.
E
EE 45100: Communication Electronics
3 cr.
E
EE 45200: Fiber Optic Communications
3 cr.
E
EE 45300: Digital Signal Processing
3 cr.
E
EE 45400: Physical Electronics
3 cr.
E
EE 45500: Elements of Power Systems
3 cr.
E
EE 45600: Elements of Control Theory
3 cr.
E
EE 45700: Digital Integrated Circuits
3 cr.
E
EE 45800: Introduction to Lasers
3 cr.
E
EE 45900: Microprocessors
3 cr.
E
EE 46000: Computer Communication Systems
3 cr.
E
EE 46200: Photonic Engineering
3 cr.
E
EE 46300: Wireless Communications
3 cr.
E
EE 46400: VLSI Design 3 cr. E
EE 47100: Introduction to Digital Image Processing
3 cr.
E
EE 51000: Independent Study (departmental approval required)
3 cr.
E
 
Computer Science
CSc 31800: Internet Programming
3 cr.
E
CSc 34200: Computer Organization
3 cr.
E
 
Mathematics
Math 32800: Numerical Analysis**
3 cr.
E
 
Physics
Phys 45200: Optics
3 cr.
E
 
Engineering
ENGR I0600: Applied Algebra (GPA 2.75 or better required)
3 cr.
E
ENGR I1100: Engineering Analysis (GPA 2.75 or better required)
3 cr.
E
ENGR I1200: Complex Variables (GPA 2.75 or better required)
3 cr.
E
ENGR 23000: Thermodynamics
3 cr.
E
ENGR 30000: Social Impact of Biomedical Technology
3 cr.
E
ENGR 30100: Introduction to Satellite Remote Sensing & Imaging
3 cr.
E
 
Biomedical Engineering
BME 50100: Cell and Tissue Mechanics 3 cr.
E
BME 50200: Cell and Tissue Transport 3 cr. E
BME 50300: Cell and Tissue Biomaterial Interactions 3 cr. E
BME 50500 Image and Signal Processing in Biomedicine 3 cr. E
 
Chemistry
Chem 10401: General Chemistry II (minimum grade of C required)
4 cr.
E
   
   ** Credit can not be received for both Math 32800 and CSc 44000.
Sub-Total Lecture Elective Credits:                                                        18 -
19 cr.

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B. Advanced Laboratory Electives
Two of the following courses:
EE 32300: Lab III
1 cr.
E
EE 42100: Local Area Network Laboratory
1 cr.
E
EE 42200: Analog Communication Laboratory
1 cr.
E
EE 42300: Microwave Laboratory
1 cr.
E
EE 42600: Control Laboratory
1 cr.
E
EE 42700: Digital Systems Laboratory
1 cr.
E
EE 42800: Photonics Engineering Laboratory
1 cr.
E
EE 42900: Solid State 1 cr. E
CSc 34300: Computer Systems Design
1 cr.
E
Sub-Total Advanced Laboratory Electives Credits:
2 cr.

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Note for Transfer Students: Any transfer student exempted from taking Engr 101 must have an additional Advanced Laboratory Elective credit.

C. Restricted Electives
Please note: Although the following courses may be selected for Lecture Elective credits, they cannot be selected as both Lecture Electives credits and Restricted Electives credits at the same time.
Two of the following courses:
EE 33300: Antennas & Fiber Optics
3 cr.
E
EE 34200: Electronics II
3 cr.
E
EE 37100: Control & Feedback Systems
3 cr.
E
EE 44100: Solid State Devices
3 cr.
E
Sub-Total Restricted Electives Credits:
6 cr. 

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LIBERAL ARTS REQUIREMENTS

EE Students must take five approved liberal arts courses:

LIBERAL ARTS PER PATHWAY SCHEDULE    
LA 100-LEVEL Creative Expression   3 cr. R
LA 100-LEVEL World Cultures and Global Issues 3 cr. R
LA 100-LEVEL Individual and Society 3 cr. R
LA 100-LEVEL US Experience in Its Diversity 3 cr. R
LA 200-LEVEL See List of Approved Classes        3 cr. R
Sub-Total Liberal Arts Credits:     15 cr.  

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GRAND TOTAL CREDITS FOR EE MAJOR: 130 Credits


R - Required course
E - Elective course