The College of Engineering - Electrical & Computer Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering Curriculum for Class of 2018 and Beyond
|Freshman Engineering Clinic I (ENGR 01.101)||2||Freshman Engineering Clinic II (ENGR 01.102)||2|
|College Composition I (ENGL 01.111)||3||Computer Sci. & Prog2 (CS 04.103)||4|
|Calculus I (MATH 01.130)||4||Calculus II (MATH 01.131)||4|
|Introductory Mechanics I (PHYS 00.220)||4||Intro to Elec. & Mag. (PHYS 00.222)||4|
|Digital I (ECE 09.241)||3||General Education (Gen Ed) I1||3|
|Sophomore Engineering Clinic I (ENGR 01.201) with College Composition II||4||Sophomore Engineering Clinic II (ENGR 01.202) with Public Speaking||4|
|Calculus III (MATH 01.230)||4||Math for Engineering Analysis I (MATH 01.235)||4|
|Science Elective3||4||Data Structures for Engineers (CS 04.225)||3|
|Electrical Circuit Analysis (ECE 09.203)||4||Computer Architecture (ECE 09.243)||3|
Electronics I (ECE 09.311)
|Junior Engineering Clinic I (ENGR 01.301)||2||Junior Clinic II (ENGR 01.302)||2|
|Signals & Systems (ECE 09.341)||2||Systems & Control I (ECE 09.321)||3|
|Digital II: Microp. (ECE 09.342)||3||Digital Signal Processing (ECE 09.351)||3|
|Engineering Electromagnetics (ECE 09.303)||3||ECE Modules (ECE 09.363)||1|
|ME for ECEs (ME 10.320)||3||CpE Elective4||3|
|Microeconomics, ECON 04.102 Gen Ed / Rowan Exp II||3||Gen Ed / Rowan Exp III1||3|
|Senior Engineering Clinic I (ENGR 01.401)||2||Senior Engineering Clinic II (ENGR 01.402) (WI1)||2|
|Engineering Clinic Consultant I (ECE 09.460)||1||Engineering Clinic Consultant II (ECE 09.462)||1|
|Electronics II: VLSI Design (ECE 09.312)||3||Seminar: Frontiers (ECE 09.498)||1|
|Electrical Communication Systems (ECE 09.433)||3||ECE Elective4||3|
|EE Core Elective4||3||Technology Focus Elective5||3|
|Technology Focus Elective5||3||General Education IV1||3|
|General Education V1||3|
|General Education Requirements1|
|SBS 1||3||SBS 2||3|
|HHL 1||3||HHL 2||3|
|MC/G||3||Multidisciplinary / Out of Discipline5|
Total Program Credits: 128
Courses listed in bold face need to be completed with a minimum grade higher than D+ (C or C-, depending on the course) to satisfy the prerequisites of one or more subsequent courses.
General Education courses chosen to satisfy banks of Social and Behavioral Science (SBS), 6 SCH; History, Humanities, and Language (HHL), 6 SCH; and Artistic and Creative Experience (ACE), 3 SCH. Also must satisfy Multicultural/Global (MC/G), Literature (LIT), and Writing Intensive (WI) requirements.
Java-based language course if available.
Must be one of approved CHEM06.100, BIOL01.113, BIOL10.210, PHYS 00.300 or PHYS00.221
Computer Engineering (CpE), Electrical Engineering (EE), and Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) electives are chosen w/ consent of advisor to meet student and program goals.
OOD / Multidisciplinary experience requirement can be satisfied by either i) OOD clinic project or ii) providing consulting services to a true non-ECE clinic or other research project via clinic consulting.
Revised October 2014.
For Class of 2018 and beyond.