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October 3, 2000 Electrical and Computer Engineering Degree Plans Dr. Dave Shattuck Associate Professor, ECE Dept. [email protected] (713) 743-4422 W326-D3
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October 3, 2000 What Degree Plans Are There? There are three ways to get a degree in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering: 1. BSEE, Electrical Engineering Option Diploma says BSEE, degree is accredited 1. BSEE, Computer Engineering Option Diploma says BSEE, degree is accredited 1. BSCpE Diploma says BSCpE, degree is not accredited (YET!)
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October 3, 2000 What Degree Plans Are There? There are three ways to get a degree in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering: 1. BSEE, Electrical Engineering Option Diploma says BSEE, degree is accredited 1. BSEE, Computer Engineering Option Diploma says BSEE, degree is accredited 1. BSCpE Diploma says BSCpE, degree is not accredited (We will seek accreditation as soon as we have a graduate with this degree.)
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October 3, 2000 What do the Different Degrees Mean? One view of this is in terms of the
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Unformatted text preview: degree of computer/software emphasis 1. BSEE, Electrical Engineering Option – 5 Computing Courses 1. BSEE, Computer Engineering Option – 9 Computing Courses 1. BSCpE – 13.5 Computing courses 1. BS Computer Science – 15 Computing Courses October 3, What if I Want Both? • Some have asked whether it is a good idea to get more than one major. 1. Double major? – Can’t at UH 1. Two undergraduate majors? – Not a good use of your time and money 1. Minor in Computer Science? – Better use of your time and money 1. Master’s Degree – Best use of your time and money October 3, What Degree Plan Can I Follow? • You may follow the degree plan • That was in effect when you were admitted to the program (changed your major) as long as you don’t take a year off • Adopted any time after your were admitted to the program • That agrees with your major – simply fill out a General Petition Form...
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