The College of Engineering - Electrical & Computer Engineering
ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING PROGRAM: Class of 2009
|Freshman Engineering Clinic I (0901.101)||2||Freshman Engineering Clinic II (0901.102)||2|
|Composition I (1501.111)||3||Computer Science & Programming2 (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|
|Senior Engineering Clinic I (0901.401)||2||Senior Engineering Clinic II (WI2) (0901.402)||2|
|Clinic Consultant3 (0909.400)||1||Clinic Consultant3 (0909.400)||1|
|CpE Core Elective4||3||Seminar: Engineering Frontiers (0909.498)||1|
|CpE Elective4||3||ECE Elective4||3|
|EE Core Elective4||3||Technology Focus Elective5||3|
|Technology Focus Elective5||3||General Education IV1||3|
|General Education V 1||3|
|Total Units||15||Total Units||16|
Total Credits: 128
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 . Java-based language course if available.
3 . Clinic consultant is a 1-hour experience that is repeated for credit. Work and projects guided by the ECE Discipline Managers.
4 . CpE, ECE, and EE electives are chosen w/ consent of advisor to meet student and program goals. CpE electives may include approved CS courses.
5 . Technology Focus Electives are chosen w/ consent of advisor to meet student and program goals and are typically ECE courses; Technology Focus Electives are expected to be multidisciplinary engineering or interdisciplinary courses.