Undergraduate

Please see a general description of ECE-CEEN Curriculum below. For the most recent information about the degree plan please visit the undergraduate degree plans section of the ECE website.

Freshman Year
First Semester (Th-Pr) Cr Second Semester (Th-Pr) Cr
ENGL 104 Comp. and Rhetoric (3-0) 3 CHEM 107 Chemistry for Engineers (3-3) 3
ENGR 111 Foundations of Engineering I (1-3) 2 ENGR 112 Foundations of Engineering II (1-3) 2
MATH 151 Engineering Mathematics I 1 (3-2) 4 MATH 152 Engineering Mathematics II (3-2) 4
PHYS 218 Mechanics (3-3) 4 PHYS 208 Electricity and Optics (3-3) 4
University Core Curriculum elective 2 3 University Core Curriculum elective 2 3
* KINE 198 (0-2) 1 * KINE 199 (0-2) 1
 CHEM 117 Chem. for Engineers lab  (0-3) 1
17 18

NOTES:

  1. Entering students will be given a placement test in mathematics. Test results will be used in selecting the appropriate starting course which may be at a higher or lower level.
  2. To be selected from the University Core Curriculum. Of the 18 hours shown as University Core Curriculum electives, 3 must be from visual and performing arts, 3 from social and behavioral sciences, 6 from U.S. history, 6 from POLS 206 and 207, and 6 from international and cultural diversity. The international and cultural diversity requirement may be met by courses satisfying the visual and performing arts, social and behavioral sciences, and the political science and history requirements if they are also on the approved list of international and cultural diversity courses.
Sophomore Year
First Semester (Th-Pr) Cr Second Semester (Th-Pr) Cr
CSCE 113 Interm. Prog. & Design (1-3) 2 CSCE 221 Data Struct. and Algorithms (3-2) 4
MATH 251 Engr. Math III (3-0) 3 ECEN 214 Electrical Circuit Theory (3-3) 4
ECEN 248 Dig. System Design (3-3) 4 ECEN 303 or STAT 211 (3-3) 3
ECEN 222 Dis. Math or CSCE 222 (3-0) 3 MATH 308 Differential Equations (3-0) 3
Speech & Writing Skills Elective
1
3  UCC 3
15  17
Junior Year
First Semester (Th-Pr) Cr Second Semester (Th-Pr) Cr
ECEN 314 Signals & Systems (3-1) 3 CSCE 315 Program. Studio (2-2) 3
CSCE 481 Seminar (0-2) 1 ECEN 449 Microproc. Design (2-2) 3
ECEN 350 Comp. Arch. (3-3) 4 ECEN 454 Digital Int. Cir. Design (2-2) 3
CSCE 313 Intro. to Computer Syst. (3-2) 4 MATH 311 Applied Math I  (3-0)  3
Elective
1
3 ECEN 325 Electronics  (3-4)  4
15 16

Senior Year
First Semester (Th-Pr) Cr Second Semester (Th-Pr) Cr
ECEN 403 Electrical Des. Lab 1 (2-2) 3 ECEN 404 Electrical Des. Lab II (2-3) 3
ENGR/PHIL 482 Ethics & Engr.  (2-2) 3 Area Elective 3
ENGR Elective 3 Area Elective 3
Area Elective 3 UCC 3
Area Elective 3 UCC 3
15 15

NOTES:

  1. To be selected from the University Core Curriculum. Of the 18 hours shown as University Core Curriculum electives, 3 must be from visual and performing arts, 3 from social and behavioral sciences, 6 from U.S. history, 6 from POLS 206 and 207, and 6 from international and cultural diversity. The international and cultural diversity requirement may be met by courses satisfying the visual and performing arts, social and behavioral sciences, and the political science and history requirements if they are also on the approved list of international and cultural diversity courses.
  2. Of the 7 hours shown as computer engineering electives, 4 must be from one of the following courses: ELEN 450, 467, 468 or 475. The remaining hours can be selected from any 400-level course and selected 300 level courses (list available from department office) in either ELEN or CPSC.
  3. Three hours of course work to be approved by student’s advisor.