Computer Engineering

Computer Engineering - 3115 ; ECE 2115 , 3220 , 2140 ;...

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Computer Engineering Computer engineering combines electronic design, computer architecture, programming  of computing systems, computer networks, and applied mathematics. Students in the  program are prepared in the theory and application of hardware and software design,  computer networks, embedded systems, and very large scale integrated (VLSI) circuit  design and applications. Students can take electives in advanced topics, such as optical  networks, broadband wireless networks, and technologies for the next generation of  information systems. First Semester —UW  1020 ; ECE  1010 ; Chem  1111 ; Math  1231 ; SEAS  1001 ; elective. Second Semester —CSci  1121 1311 ; ECE  1020 ; Math  1232 ; Phys  1021 ; elective. Third Semester —ApSc  2113 ; CSci  1132 ; ECE  2110 ; Math  2233 ; Phys  1022 . Fourth Semester —ApSc 
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Unformatted text preview: 3115 ; ECE 2115 , 3220 , 2140 ; elective. Fifth Semester CSci 3411 ; ECE 2210 , 3130 , 3520 , 3910 , 3135 . Sixth Semester ECE 3310 , 3415 , 3425 , 3915 , 3525 , 3515 ; elective. Seventh Semester ECE 4140 , 4920 , 4535 ; two electives. Eighth Semester ECE 4150 , 4925 ; Phil 2135 ; two electives. The eight electives must include three 3-credit courses in the social sciences, two 3-credit courses in the humanities, and three 3-credit technical courses. Technical electives may be chosen with the approval of the advisor from advanced undergraduate or graduate courses in engineering, computer science, mathematics, physical sciences, or biological sciences. More information can be found at www.ece.gwu.edu ....
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course SCHOLARS 1111 taught by Professor Mason during the Spring '11 term at GWU.

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