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The College of Engineering - Electrical & Computer Engineering

ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING PROGRAM: Class of 2008

Freshman Engineering Clinic I (0901.101) 2   Freshman Engineering Clinic II (0901.102) 2
Composition I (1501.111) 3   Computer Science & Programming (0704.103) 4
Calculus I (1701.130) 4   Calculus II (1701.131) 4
Advanced College Chemistry I (1906.105) 4   Physics I (1902.200) 4
General Education I1 3   General Education II1 3
Total Units 16   Total Units 17


Sophomore Engineering Clinic I (0901.201) w/ Composition II 4   Sophomore Engineering Clinic II (0901.202) w/ Public Speaking 4
Engineering Analysis I (1701.235) 4   Engineering Analysis II (1701.236) 4
Physics II (1902.201) 4   Statics (0901.271) 2
Network I (0909.201) 2   Dynamics (0901.291) 2
Network II (0909.202) 2   Digital I (0909.241) 2
      Electronics I (0909.311) 2
Total Units 16   Total Units 16

 

Junior Engineering Clinic I (0901.301) 2   Junior Engineering Clinic II (0901.302) 2
Clinic Consultant 4 (0909.400) 1   Clinic Consultant 4(0909.400) 1
Systems & Control I (0909.321) 3   Data Structures for Engineers (0704.225) 3
Engineering Electromagnetics I (0909.301) 2   Digital Signal Processing (0909.351) 3
Engineering Electromagnetics II (0909.302) 2   Electrical Communication Sys (0909.331) 4
Digital II: Microprocessors (0909.242) 2   Electronics II: VLSI Design (0909.312) 3
General Education III 1(µEcon, 2204.102) 3      
Total Units 15   Total Units 16


Senior Engineering Clinic I (0901.401) 2   Senior Engineering Clinic II (WI1) (0901.402) 2
Clinic Consultant 4 (0909.400) 1   Clinic Consultant 4(0909.400) 1
Computer Arch. I: Introduction (0909.443) 2   Seminar: Engineering Frontiers (0909.498) 1
Computer Arch. II: Specialized (0909.444) 2   Elective 3
CS Elective6 3   Technology Focus Elective2 3
Elective 3   General Education IV1 3
Technology Focus Elective2 3   General Education V 1 3
Total Units 16   Total Units 16

Total Credits: 128

Notes:
1. General Education courses chosen to satisfy SBS (6 SCH), HHL (6 SCH), and ART (3 SCH) banks, and to satisfy LIT, M/G, and WI.
2. Electives and Technology Focus Electives are chosen w/ consent of advisor to meet student and program goals. Electives are typically ECE courses; Technology Focus Electives are expected to be multidisciplinary engineering courses.
3. With prior permission, up to 2 hours of Engineering Clinic at the 3rd or 4th year may be satisfied by a supervised summer internship.
4. Clinic consultant is a 1-hour experience that is repeated for credit. Work and projects guided by the ECE Discipline Managers.
5. Students wishing to minor in Computer Science (CS) should instead take the 4-SCH, “Data Structures and Algorithms.” Consult the CS Department for the latest information on CS minor requirements.
6. Chosen from approved CS electives (Software Engineering, Operating Systems, Programming Languages, and/or others)