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Computer Engineering Curriculum Guide:2005

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134 Semester Hours

Lower-Division Courses
(pre-engineering)

FALL SPRING
4 CHEM 121a - General Chemistry

1 CHEM 125a - General Chemistry Lab

3 IME 106 - Engr. Problem Solving

3 ENG 101 - English Composition I

5 MATH 150 - Calculus I

16 Total

3 ENG 102 - English Composition II

5 MATH 152 - Calculus II

3 CS 140 - Intro to Computing I

4 PHYS 211a - University Physics I

1 PHYS 212a - Univ Physics Lab I

16 Total

FALL SPRING
3 ECE 210 - Electrical Circuits

3 CS 150 - Intro to Computing II

4 MATH 250 - Calculus III

3 MATH 224 - Discrete Math

4 PHYS 211b - University Physics

1 PHYS 212b - University Physics Lab II

18 Total

4 ECE 211 - Circuit Analysis II

3 CS 240 - Intro to Computing III

3 FINE ARTS or HUMANITIES--Intro**

3 MATH 305 - Differential Eqs I

3 SPC 103 - Interpersonal Comm*

16 Total

ADMISSION TO UPPER-DIVISION COURSES REQUIRES SATISFACTORY COMPLETION OF LOWER-DIVISION CORE COURSES (see catalog for specific requirements). AN "APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO UPPER-DIVISION ENGINEERING COURSES" FORM MUST ALSO BE COMPLETED AND APPROVED. This form is available at all engineering department offices. A special five-year BS/MS degree program is available for qualified students. Contact your department office for specific details.

Upper-Division Courses

FALL SPRING
4 ECE 326 - Electronic Circuits I

4 ECE 382 - Digital Systems Design

3 CS 340 - Algorithms & Data Structures

3 ECE 351 - Signals & Systems

3 ECE 352 - Stochastic Processes

17 Total

4 ECE 327 - Electronic Circuits II

3 ECE 375 - Intro to Communications

3 CS 312 - Computer Arch. and Org.

3 ECON 111 - Macroeconomics

3 MATH 321 - Linear Algebra I

16 Total

FALL SPRING
3 CS 414 - Operating Systems

3 ECE 404 - EE Design

3 ECE 483 - Computer Design

3 ECE/CS ELECTIVE

3 INTRO TO FINE ARTS/HUMANITIES

3 DIST SOC SCI/CONSTITUTION***

18 Total

2 ECE 405 - EE Design Laboratory

6 ECE/CS ELECTIVE(2)

3 IE 345 - Engr Economic Analysis

3 INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES**

3 PHIL 323 - Engr, Ethics, & Prof

17 Total

* SPC 103 satisfies the Intergroup Relations requirement. If SPC 104 or 105 is taken instead, then a course from the list of Intergroup Relations courses in the current SIUE Undergraduate Catalog must also be taken.

** In order to satisfy the International Issues (II) or International Culture (IC) requirement, FL 111a, 111b, or 111c or IS 324, 326, 336, 340, 377, or 400 must be included. If not, an additional course from the list of II/IC courses in the current SIUE Undergraduate Catalog must also be taken.

*** HIST 200, 201, or 431, or POLS 112 satisfies the constitution requirement and the distribution social science requirement.

NOTE: The General Education courses listed in the curriculum guide meet Option A of the Skills requirement. A student who wishes to select Option B may replace IE 106 and SPC 103 with two semesters of a foreign language (101 and 102). An appropriate course is required to meet the Intergroup Relations requirement for students selecting Option B (see catalog).

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT THE ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OFFICE: (618) 650-2524.

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