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Electrical Engineering Curriculum Guide 2010

Curriculum for Electrical Engineering Major: Click here to see the EE Electives
128 Semester Hours

FALL

SPRING

4 CHEM 131 - Engineering Chemistry

1 CHEM 135 - Engineering Chemistry Lab

3 ENG 101 - English Composition I

5 MATH 150 - Calculus I

3 IME 106 - Engineering Problem Solving

16 Total

3 ENG 102 - English Composition II

5 MATH 152 - Calculus II

4 PHYS 151 - University Physics I

1 PHYS 151L - University Physics Lab I

3 SPC 103 - Interpersonal Communications *

16 Total

FALL

SPRING

3 ECE 210 - Circuit Analysis I

3 CS 145 - Introduction to Computing for Engineers

3 ECON 111 - Macroeconomics

4 MATH 250 - Calculus III

4 PHYS 152 - University Physics II

1 PHYS 152L - University Physics Lab II

18 Total

4 ECE 211 - Circuit Analysis II

4 ECE 282 - Digital Systems Design

3 FAH or SS Intro ***

3 MATH 305 - Differential Equations I

3 DIST. SOCIAL SCIENCE

17 Total

FALL

SPRING

4 ECE 326 - Electronic Circuits I

5 MATH 355 - Engineering Mathematics

3 ECE 351 - Signals and Systems

3 ECE 352 - Engineering Probability & Statistics

15 Total

3 NON-ECE Elective **

3 ECE 340 - Engineering Electromagnetics

3 ECE 365 - Control Systems

3 ECE 375 - Intro to Communications

3 FAH Intro

15 Total

FALL

SPRING

4 ECE 341 - Electromechanical Energy Conv.

3 ECE 404 - ECE Design

3 ECE ELEC - Elective I

3 ECE ELEC - Elective II

3 PHIL 323 - Engineering Ethics, & Prof.

16 Total

3 ECE 405 - ECE Design Laboratory

3 ECE ELEC - Elective III

3 ECE ELEC - Elective IV

3 IME 345 - Engineering Economic Analysis

3 INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES ***

15 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.

** CE 240, MATH 321, ME 310, PHYS 303, or any 3.0 credit hour 400 level class in Engineering (Non-ECE), Math, and Physics.

*** In order to satisfy the International Issues (II) or International Culture (IC) requirement, ANTH 111, FL 111a, FL 111b, FL 111c, FL 111d, FL 111e, GEOG 111, HIST 111a, HIST 111b, POLS 111 or IS 324, 326, 336, 340, 352, 353, 363, 375, 377, 400 or 401 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.

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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