ECECurriculum2008_000

ECECurriculum2008_000 - Rev 9/2008 The curriculum is...

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Rev 9/2008 The curriculum is Electrical Engineering is accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) and guided by the Mission Statement of the Department. The curriculum features required courses in Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, General Education, Computer Science, and the fundamentals of Electrical Engineering. Within the BSEE program, students have the opportunity to complete the degree by taking a broad range of courses within the field of Electrical Engineering. The Department also offers specialization tracks in Computer Engineering (CompE) and Bioelectrical Engineering (BioE). All students in the ECE Department receive a broad background in the fundamentals of electrical and computer engineering. The EE curriculum is defined by the requisite courses in electromagnetics, electronics, and control systems. The CompE curriculum is defined by the requisite courses in computer science, digital logic and microprocessor, and embedded systems. The BioE curriculum is defined by requisite courses in biology, anatomy, physiology, electromagnetics, control systems, and digital signal processing. The Electrical Engineering curriculum requires a minimum of 124 credits and can be completed as a Four Year Curriculum. Some courses can also be taken during Summer Sessions to alleviate the number of credit hours required in the Fall and Spring Semesters. In selecting a course of study, students should consider the concept that "It's not how long you take to graduate, it's how well" . Students who have part-time jobs should consider taking fewer courses of about 12 credit hours per semester, which allows completion of the degree in five years while they maintain full-time status as a student. Consult the faculty advisor for details. Curricula Courses (typical) Credits (typical) Mathematics 6 20 Basic Sciences 3 12 General Education 8 25 Engineering 26 64 Free Elective 1 3 Minimum Requirement 124 Undergraduate courses in the Department are listed with their prerequisites. ECE Departmental Policy is not to allow students to continue in a course for which they have registered but do not have the prerequisites. Students should consult their Faculty Advisor for questions about the required and elective curricula and the profession. Electives in Electrical Engineering allow the undergraduate to select a course of study in a variety of professional threads: Engineering Courses and Electives Semester (primary) Basic Courses Signals Systems Digital Systems Power and Electromagnetics Electronics Communication 1 ENGR1101 2 CIS1057 3 EE2312/2313 4 EE2322/2323 EE2612/2613 ENGR2011 5 ENGR2331 EE3512 EE3612/3613 EE3712 6 ENGR4169 EE3412 EE3622/3623 EE3722 EE3732 EE3312/3313 EE3522 7 ENGR4196 EE4512/4513 EE4522 EE4412/4413 EE4612 EE4712 EE4312 EE4532 8 ENGR4296 EE4542 EE4422 EE4322 EE4542
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2010 for the course EE 161/165 taught by Professor Varies during the Spring '08 term at Temple.

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ECECurriculum2008_000 - Rev 9/2008 The curriculum is...

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