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Electrical Engineering Curriculum

2015-2016 SAMPLE PARADIGM for a B.S. in Electrical Engineering
Electronics and Systems Curricula

This sample paradigm shows a normal 4 year progression towards a degree in electrical engineering with an electronics and systems emphasis. Some of the courses should be taken in this order due to prerequisite structures, others may be switched.

 FRESHMAN YEAR - Semester I Credits
ECE 101 Intro to Engineering Problem Solving
3
ECE 150 Intro to Multimedia DSP
3
ENG 111 English Composition I 3
Math 131 Calculus I 3
PSYC 105 General Psychology
3
CBU 101 Orientation 0
Total   15
FRESHMAN YEAR - Semester II Credits
ECE 112 & 112L Computers in Engr Problem Solving & Lab
4
ECE 250 Digital Design
3
ENG 112 English Composition II
3
MATH 132 Calculus II
3
PHYS 150 & 150L Physics I & Lab
4
Total 17


SOPHOMORE YEAR - Semester I
Credits
ECE 221 Electric Circuits I
3
CE 201 Statics
3
CHEM 115 & 115L General Chemistry & Lab
4
MATH 231 Differential Equations
3
PHYS 251 & 251L Physics II & Lab 4
Total
17
SOPHOMORE YEAR - Semester II
Credits
ECE 222 Electric Circuits II 3
ECE 251 Microprocessors 3
ECE 251 Microprocessor Lab 1
ME 202 Dynamics
3
PHYS 252 Physics III
3
MATH 232 Calculus III 3
Total
16


JUNIOR YEAR - Semester I 
Credits
ECE 331 Electronics I 3
ECE 331L Junior Lab I 1
ECE 406 Electromagnetic Fields 3
ME 305 or CH E 231 Thermodynamics
3
MATH 309 Probability 3
General Education
3
Total
16
JUNIOR YEAR - Semester II
Credits
ECE 322 Linear Controls
3
ECE 332 Electronics II
3
ECE 332L Junior Lab II
1
ECE 335 Systems, Signals, Noise
3
ECE 401 Energy Conversion
3
ECE 401L Energy Conversion Lab
1
General Education
3
Total
17


SENIOR YEAR - Semester I Credits
ECE 314 Engineering Economy
3
ECE 400 The Compleat Engineer 3
ECE 411 ECE Project I 2
ECE Major Elective 3
Program Option 3
General Education 3
Total
17
SENIOR YEAR - Semester II
Credits
ECE 412 ECE Project II 1
ECE 450 Computer Networks 3
MATH 405 Discrete Math 3
General Education 3
General Education
3
Total 13

Total credits required for bachelor degree completion: 128

Refer to page 24 of the 2015-16 Academic Catalog for General Education Requirements (GER).