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Typical Electrical Engineering B.S. Sequence

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Planning a Program of Study

Students in the electrical engineering program work closely with their faculty advisors to plan their programs of study in order to ensure that they make satisfactory progress toward the completion of their degrees. As an illustration of this planning process, a typical sequence of courses is shown below for a full-time student.

Fall Freshman Year (17)

ENGL 101 College Composition 3
UNIV 101 City-University Life 3
EE 101 Circuit Analysis I 3
EE 103 Circuit Analysis Laboratory I 1
MATH 190 Calculus I (Investigate Mathematics) 4
NSET 101 Introduction to NSET (Discover Technology) 3

Spring Freshman Year (17)

COMM 101 Oral Communications 3
EE 102 Circuit Analysis II 3
EE 104 Circuit Analysis Laboratory II 1
ET 204 Programming for Engineering Technology 3
MATH 210 Calculus II 4
CORE  __ Core Choice 3

Fall Sophomore Year (18)

EE 221 Electronics I 4
MATH 300  Calculus III 4
MET 101 Statics 3
PHYS 201 Fundamentals of Physics I 3
PHYS 103 Physics Laboratory I 1
CORE __ Core Choice 3

Spring Sophomore Year (17)

EE 222 Electronics II 4
MATH 230 Linear Algebra I 3
MET 102 Dynamics 3
PHYS 202 Fundamentals of Physics II 3
PHYS 104 Physics Laboratory II 1
CORE __ Core Choice 3

Fall Junior Year (17)

CHEM 101 General Chemistry I (Investigate Science) 3
CHEM 103 General Chemistry Laboratory I 1
EE 331 Electrical Power I 4
EE 351 Digital Electronics I 3
MATH 310 Differential Equations 3
CORE __ Core Choice 3

Spring Junior Year (17)

EE 332 Electrical Power II 4
EE 352 Microprocessors I 3
EE 375 Signals and Systems 4
MATH 330 Mathematical Statistics 3
CORE __ Core Choice 3

Fall Senior Year (14)

EE 4XX Technical Elective 4
EE 4XX Technical Elective 4
EGR 401 Engineering Design I 3
ET 405 Fundamentals of Engineering Examination I 0
CORE __ Core Choice 3

Spring Senior Year (14)

EE 4XX Technical Elective 4
EE 4XX Technical Elective 4
EGR 402 Engineering Design II (Senior Capstone) 3
ET 406 Fundamentals of Engineering Examination II 0
CORE __ Core Choice 3

Grand Total: 131 credits

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