Sample Curriculum

This curriculum map is representative of the course of study for this program. For updated information, download the current University Catalog.

BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering

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First Year
Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
CH103 General Chemistry I 4 EG110 Intro. to Engineering II 3
EG109 Intro. to Engineering I 3 EE200
or CH104
Engineering Programming
or General Chemistry II*
EN101 Comp & Literature I 3 EN102 Comp & Lit II 3
MA121 Calculus I 4 MA122 Calculus II 4
Gen. Ed. Elective * 3
Total credits 14 16/17
Second Year
Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
EE204 Electric Circuits I 3 MA224 Differential Equations 4
EE215 Fundamentals of Digital Design 4 EG206 Thermodynamics 3
MA223 Calculus III 4 EE356 Electric Circuits II 3
PS211 University Physics I 4 PS212 University Physics II 4
Gen. Ed Elective * 3 EE200 Engineering Programming* 3
Total credits 18 14/17
Third Year
Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
MA306 Discrete Math 3 EE325 Computer Architecture and Op Sys 3
EE357 Electronics I 3 EE366 Electronics II 4
EE303 EM Field Theory I 3 EE350 Linear Systems 3
EE321 Embedded Systems 4 EE373 Electrical Energy Conversion 4
EE359 Electrical Engineering Lab 1 EN204 Professional and Technical Writing 3
Gen. Ed Elective 3
Total credits 17 17
Fourth Year
Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
EE411 Microprocessor Systems 4 EE494 Systems Design II 3
EE463 Communication Systems 4 EE486 Digital Signal Processing 3
MA311 Statistical Methodologies 3 EE487 Digital Signal Processing Lab 1
EE491 Systems Design I 3 EE459 Power Systems Analysis 3
EG450 Engineering Prof. Issues 3 EE478 Control Systems 3
Gen. Ed Elective 3
Total credits 17 16

*EE200 Engineering Programming is to be taken no later than the end of the Sophomore year.

*ROTC is required 6 semesters for members of the Corps of Cadets.

University general education requirement dictates that the Humanities–Social Science Electives be distributed as follows: one history course, one literature course, one course in psychology, sociology, economics or political science, and one arts or humanities course beyond the literature course.

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