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Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

without Computer Engineering Track

Starting Fall 2010

Total Credit Hours of College-Level Courses Required for Graduation: 128
General Education Requirements:

General Education Requirements:

IGED 110Foundation Writing I3
IGED 111Foundation Writing II3
IGED 210Discovery Writing3
IGED 130Foundation Oral Communication3
IGED 140Foundation Ethics3
IGED 270Discovery Diversity3
IGED 280Discovery Civics3
MATH 151Calculus I Lecture3
MATH 155Calculus I Lab1
MATH 152Calculus II Lecture3
MATH 156Calculus II Lab1
CHEM 111General Chemistry I Lecture3
CHEM 113General Chemistry I Lab1
APCT 231Computer Science I Lecture3
APCT 233Computer Science I Lab1

Program Core Required Courses:  

CCEN 101Introduction to Engineering2
CHEM 111General Chemistry I Lecture3
CHEM 113General Chemistry I Lab1
MATH 151Calculus I Lecture3
MATH 155Calculus I Lab1
MATH 152Calculus II Lecture3
MATH 156Calculus II Lab1
MATH 260Differential Equations with Linear Algebra4
PHYS 201University Physics I Lecture3
PHYS 205University Physics I Lab1
PHYS 202University Physics II Lecture3
PHYS 206University Physics II Lab1
APCT 231Computer Science I Lecture3
APCT 233Computer Science I Lab1
ELEC 221Electrical Circuits I Lecture3
ELEC 223Electrical Circuits I Lab1
ELEC 222Electrical Circuits II Lecture3
ELEC 224Electrical Circuits II Lab      1
ELEC 301Engineering Mathematics      1
ELEC 311Computer Organization I Lecture3
ELEC 313Computer Organization I Lab1
ELEC 351Electronics I Lecture3
ELEC 353Electronics I Lab1
ELEC 312Computer Organization II Lecture          3
ELEC 314Computer Organization II Lab  1
ELEC 352Electronics II Lecture3
ELEC 354Electronics II Lab1
ELEC 307Probability and Statistics for Engineers  3
ELEC 371Signals and Systems Lecture3
ELEC 374Signals and Systems Lab  1
ELEC 467Fundamentals  of Communications Lecture3
ELEC 476Fundamentals of Communications Lab1
MECH 406Engineering Economics3
ELEC 495Capstone Senior Project I3
ELEC 496Capstone Senior Project II3

 

Electrical Engineering (non-Computer Engineiering Track):
Required courses in addition to the core courses for the non-computer engineering option track:  

MECH 201Engineering Mechanics I3
PHYS 203University Physics III Lecture3
PHYS 207University Physics III Lab1
ELEC 356Physical Electronics3
ELEC 361Electromagnetic Theory3
ELEC 470Control Systems & Applications Lecture3
ELEC 477Control Systems & Applications Lab3
ELEC XXX*Electrical Engineering Electives13

(*) To be selected from: ELEC 458, ELEC 469/473, ELEC 470/477, ELEC 471, ELEC 474, ELEC 461/462, ELEC 463, MECH 473 (MEMS), MECH 478 (MECHATRONICS), or equivalent.

Additional Comments or Requirements
A grade of "C" or better is required in all ELEC (electrical engineering) courses.

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering General Option): Four Year Plan of Study
Credit Hours: 128

Year 1: Semester 1
IGED 110Foundation Writing I3
IGED 130Foundation Oral Communication3
MATH 151/155Calculus I Lecture + Lab4
CHEM 111/113General Chemistry I Lecture + Lab4
CCEN 101Introduction to Engineering2
 Sub-Total16
Year 1: Semester 2
IGED 111Foundation Writing II3
APCT 231/233Computer Science I Lecture + Lab4
MATH 152/156Calculus II Lecture + Lab4
PHYS 201/205University Physics I Lecture + Lab4
 Sub-Total15
Year 2: Semester 3
IGED 210Discovery Writing3
PHYS 202/206University Physics II Lecture + Lab4
MECH 260Engineering Mechanics I3
ELEC 221/223Electrical Circuits I Lecture + Lab4
 Sub-Total14
Year 2: Semester 4
IGED 140Foundation Ethics and Values3
PHYS 203/207University Physics III Lecture + Lab4
MATH 201Differential Equations and Linear Algebra4
ELEC 222/224Electrical Circuits II Lecture + Lab4
 Sub-Total15
Year 3: Semester 5
ELEC  301Engineering Mathematics3
ELEC 311/313Computer Organization I Lecture + Lab4
ELEC 351/353Electronics I Lecture + Lab4
ELEC  356Physical Electronics3
ELEC 361Electromagnetic Theory I3
 Sub-Total17
Year 3: Semester 6
ELEC 312/314Computer Organization II Lecture + Lab4
IGED 270Discovery Diversity3
ELEC 352/354Electronics II Lecture + Lab4
ELEC 307Probability & Statistics for Engineers3
ELEC 371/374Signals and Systems Lecture + Lab4
 Sub-Total18
Year 4: Semester 7
ELEC 467/476Fundamentals of Communication Lecture + Lab4
ELEC 470/477Control Systems & Applied Lecture + Lab4
ELEC 495Capstone Senior Project I3
ELEC XXXElectrical Engineering Elective7
 Sub-Total

 

18
Year 4: Semester 8
IGED 280Discovery Civics3
ELEC 496Capstone Senior Project II3
MECH 406Engineering Economics3
ELEC XXXElectrical Engineering Elective6
 Sub-Total15