Pre-Fall 2009 Curriculum

If you began your studies at the School of Engineering BEFORE the Fall 2009 semester, the curriculum below is what you should follow.

First Semester

EN 1014 Writing & Humanities 1, Credits: 4.00
MA 1024 Calculus I, Credits: 4.00
CS 1114 Intro to Programming & Problem Solving, Credits: 4.00
EG 1004 Introduction to Engineering and Design, Credits: 4.00
Total Credits: 16

Second Semester

EN 1204 Writing & Humanities 2, Credits: 4.00
MA 1124 Calculus II, Credits: 4.00
CS 1124 Object Oriented Programming, Credits: 4.00
PH 1004 Introductory Physics I, Credits: 4.00
Total Credits: 16

Third Semester

HI 2104 Modern World History, Credits: 4.00
MA 2012 Elements of Linear Algebra I, Credits: 2.00
MA 2132 Ordinary Differential Equations, Credits: 2.00
PH 2004 Introductory Physics II, Credits: 4.00
EE 2013 Fundamentals of Electric Circuits I, Credits: 3.00
Total Credits: 15

Fourth Semester

CM 1004 General Chemistry For Engineers, Credits: 4.00
MA 2112 Multivariable Calculus A, Credits: 2.00
MA 2122 Multivariable Calculus B, Credits: 2.00
CS 2204 Digital Logic and State Machine Design, Credits: 4.00
EE 2024 Fundamentals of Electric Circuits II, Credits: 4.00
Total Credits: 16

Fifth Semester

HU or SS Elective, Credits: 4
MA 3112 Complex Variables I, Credits: 2.00
MA 3012 Introduction to Probability I, Credits: 2.00
EE 3054 Signals and Systems, Credits: 4.00
EE 3114 Fundamentals of Electronics I, Credits: 4.00
Total Credits: 16

Sixth Semester

EE 3604 Electromagnetic Waves, Credits: 4.00
EE Restricted EE Elective2
EE Restricted EE Elective2
EE Restricted EE Elective2
Total Credits: 16

Seventh Semester

HU or SS Elective, Credits: 4.00
Free Elective, Credits: 3.00
EE 4xx3 EE Design Project, Credits: 3.00
EE / EL Elective, Credits 3.00
EE / EL Elective, Credits: 3.00
EE 4001 Ece Professional Development & Presentation, Credits: 1.00
Total Credits: 17

Eighth Semester

HU or SS Elective, Credits 4.00
EE 4223
EE / CS / EL Elective, Credits: 3.00
EE / CS / EL Elective, Credits: 3.00
EE / EL Elective, Credits: 3.00
Total Credits: 16


NOTES:

  1. Choice of HU and SS electives must conform to the established requirements of the HU/SS Department.
  2. The 2 Restricted Electives must be selected from the following list of 4 credit courses:
    1. EE 3124 Fundamentals of Electronics II, Credits: 4.00
    2. EE 3824 Electric Energy Conversion Systems, Credits: 4.00
    3. EE 3404 Fundamentals of Communication Theory, Credits: 4.00
    4. EE 3064 Feedback Control, Credits: 4.00
  3. Each student must select a two-semester University Sequence from an approved list of topics such as Manufacturing, Bioengineering,...
  4. Each student's elective courses must include at least one two-semester sequence (beginning and advanced courses) in an approved subject area. The first course in this Major sequence may be a Restricted Elective. Any of the 4-credit Restricted elective Courses may be used as EE Major Elective courses. Up to two of the Major elective courses may be CS courses.
  5. One Design Project lab course will be selected from several with different themes such as Wireless Communication, Electrical Power, Control & Robotics.....
  6. Grades of at least C- are required in
    1. CS 1114 Intro to Programming & Problem Solving, Credits: 4.00
    2. CS 2204 Digital Logic and State Machine Design, Credits: 4.00
    3. EE 2013 Fundamentals of Electric Circuits I, Credits: 3.00
    4. EE 2024 Fundamentals of Electric Circuits II, Credits: 4.00
    5. EE 3054 Signals and Systems, Credits: 4.00