Curriculum in Electrical Engineering
|CHEM 1030 Fundamentals Chemistry I||3||COMP 1200 Introduction to Computing for Engineers and Scientists2||2|
|CHEM 1031 Fundamental Chemistry I Laboratory||1||ENGL 1120 English Composition II||3|
|ENGL 1100 English Composition I||3||ENGR 1110 Introduction to Engineering||2|
|ENGR 1100 Engineering Orientation||0||MATH 1620 Calculus II||4|
|MATH 1610 Calculus I||4||PHYS 1600 Engineering Physics I||4|
|Core Fine Arts1||3|
|ELEC 2200 Digital Logic Circuits||3||ELEC 2110 Electric Circuit Analysis||4|
|ENGR 2100 Fundamentals of Engineering Mechanics||3||ELEC 2220 Computer Systems||3|
|MATH 2630 Calculus III||4||MATH 2650 Linear Differential Equations||3|
|PHYS 1610 Engineering Physics II||4||MATH 2660 Topics in Linear Algebra||3|
|Core History1||3||Core History or Core Social Science1||3|
|ELEC 2120 Signals and Systems||4||ELEC 3030 RF Systems Lab||1|
|ELEC 2210 Digital Electronics||4||ELEC 3040 Electrical System Design Lab||1|
|ELEC 3310 Fundamentals of Applied Electromagnetics||3||ELEC 3320 Electromagnetics for Wireless Communication||3|
|ELEC 3600 Electric Power Engineering||3||ELEC 3500 Control Systems||3|
|Ethics3||3||ELEC 3700 Analog Electronics||3|
|ELEC 3800 Random Signals and Systems||3|
|ELEC 3400 Communication Systems||3||ELEC 4020 Capstone Design II5||3|
|ELEC 4010 Capstone Design I||1||ENGR 2200 Introduction To Thermodynamics, Fluids And Heat Transfer6||3|
|INSY 3600 Engineering Economy||3||Core Literature1||3|
|Core Social Science1||3||ELEC Elective||3|
|ELEC Elective||3||Free Elective6||3|
|Technical Elective4||3||UNIV 4AA0 Creed to Succeed||0|
|Total Hours: 124|
The AU Bulletin lists the University Core Curriculum requirements for students in the College of Engineering. Students must complete a sequence in either Literature or History. Because of the discipline specific requirements for the Humanities courses, it is recommended that a History sequence be completed in the Social Sciences courses.
Students take the C-programming version of COMP 1200, or they may opt for the 3 credit course COMP 1210 Fundamentals of Computing I. Only two credits of COMP 1210 will count in place of COMP 1200, and the third hour may count towards free elective credit.
Ethics course options: PHIL 1020 Introduction to Ethics, PHIL 1030 Ethics and the Health Sciences, PHIL 1040 Business Ethics, and PHIL 1113 Ethical and Conceptual Foundations of Science.
Technical elective is chosen from an approved list of MATH/SCIENCE, ELEC, and other College of Engineering electives.
Students must have completed ELEC 3030, ELEC 3040, and ELEC 3500, and must have completed at least 3 of the following 4 courses: ELEC 3320, ELEC 3400, ELEC 3600, ELEC 3700 before registering for ELEC 4020.
For students completing the ROTC program, the first ROTC course may be used as the 3-hour free elective, and the second ROTC course may be substituted for ENGR 2200.
ELEC and Technical Elective: see adviser for approved course listing.