Engineering Handbook

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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey . 94 Brett Road . Piscataway, NJ 08854-8058 (732) 445-3262/3127 . FAX: (732) 445-2820 Handbook for Undergraduate Students in Electrical and Computer Engineering Class year 2011 and onwards This handbook can be found on the internet: http://www.ece.rutgers.edu/degree/under/underhandbooks.html Undergraduate Program Undergraduate Director: Professor P. Sannuti CoRE Building-Room 525 Busch Campus e-mail: [email protected] (732) 445-3127(CoRE-Office) (732) 445-3262 (Dept. Secretary) October 2010
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2 DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING HANDBOOK FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS Program Educational Objectives, Outcomes, and Assessment Process ________________________ 3 Handbook 7 D e g r e e C r e d i t s 7 E l e c t i v e s 7 Science Math and Engineering Elective 8 Humanities/Social Science Electives 8 G e n e r a l E l e c t i v e s 8 C o - o p I n t e r n s h i p 8 F i v e - Y e a r B . S . / M . B . A . P r o g r a m 8 Five-Year Dual-Degree Program 8 Prerequisites for Computer Science Courses 9 E C E v e r s u s C S C o u r s e s 9 P a s s / N o C r e d i t C o u r s e s 1 0 Course Substitutions 11 T r a n s f e r C r e d i t s 1 1 G r a d u a t e C o u r s e s 1 0 P r e r e q u i s i t e s 1 0 Withdrawing from Courses 10 M a j o r A v e r a g e 1 1 A c a d e m i c S t a n d i n g / D i s m i s s a l 1 1 Academic Dishonesty 11 C o n t a c t I n f o r m a t i o n 1 2 Electrical Engineering Option Sample Curriculum 13 Computer Engineering Option Sample Curriculum 14 List of Electives for Electrical Engineering Option 15 List of Electives for Computer Engineering Option 18 Different Tracks in ECE _______________________________________________________ 20 Pre-requisite Chart ___________________________________________________________ 26
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3 Educational Objectives, Outcomes, and Assessment Process 1. Degree Title Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering (BSECE) 2. Program Educational Objectives Consistent with the stated mission of the University, the mission of the electrical and computer engineering program is to prepare its graduates for a rapidly changing technological field. The faculty of the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering strives to educate and train the students in a technically sound and challenging manner in order to achieve the following educational objectives : 1. To prepare graduates to pursue professional careers or continue their education in graduate programs. 2. To ensure that graduates are proficient and competent in at least one of the following electrical and computer engineering areas: communications, computer engineering, digital signal processing, systems and controls, and solid state electronics. 3. To produce graduates who will pursue life-long learning and professional development.
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