Degree and minor requirements can be found in the Undergraduate Record. Requirements are listed by expected semester of completion. You should discuss each semester's enrollment with your advisor. One of the ECE electives must be the Major Design Experience Course, either ECE4440 or ECE4991.
Electrical Engineering is a very broad discipline with applications to many areas. As you decide how to use your ECE, technical and unrestricted electives, we recommend that you meet with your faculty advisor to discuss how the suggested application areas and sample courses listed below can be combined to meet your personal and professional goals.
Applied Electrophysics:ECE 4332: Intro to VLSI, ECE 5150: IC Fabrication, ECE 4255: IC Fabrication Lab, ECE 5260: Microwave Engr., ECE 4265: Microwave Lab, ECE 6163: Semicond. Device Theory, ECE 4209: RF Circuit Design and Wireless Systems, MSE 6670: Prop. of Materials, PHYS 5310: Optics, PHYS 5320: Fund. of Photonics
Architecture:ARCH 3230: Building and Climate, ARCH 5300/5301: ecoMOD Seminar, ARCH 6410: CAAD 3D Modeling and Visualization, ENGR 4595/4599: Sustainable Building Design and Construction
Art:ARTS 2220/2222: Intro to Digital Art I & II, ARTS 3220/3222: Intermediate Digital Art I&II, ARTS 4220/4222: Advanced Digital Art I&II
Business:COMM 1800: Making Business Work, ECON 2010: Microeconomics, COMM 2010: Intro to Financial Accounting, STS 4510: The Technology and Product Development Life Cycle, COMM 4240: Electronic Commerce, COMM 4250: Innovation and Technology Management, COMM 4270: Information Technology Project Practicum, COMM 4280: Data Communications
Communication & Signal Processing: ECE 4710: Communications, ECE 4715: Communications Lab, ECE 5260: Microwave Engr., ECE 4265: Microwave Lab, ECE 5750: Dig. Sig. Proc., ECE 6713: Comp. Sys. Engr.
Controls: ECE 4850: Linear Controls, ECE 4855: Control Lab, ECE 4860: Digital Control, ECE 6851: Linear Automatic Control (Students may NOT receive credit for both ECE 6851 and ECE 4850)
Digital Systems:ECE 4332: Intro to VLSI, ECE 4434: Dependable Computing Systems, ECE 4435: Comp. Design, ECE 4440: Embedded Sys Design, ECE 4457: Computer Networks, ECE 6331: Adv. Switching Theory
Drama:DRAM 2110: Lighting Technology, DRAM 2130: Production Laboratory: Lighting and Sound, DRAM 2240: Digital Design: Remaking and Reimaging, DRAM 2620: Sound Design, DRAM 4110: Lighting Design
Education:EDIS 5330: Science in the Elementary School, EDIS 5450: Teaching Mathematics in Secondary Schools, EDIS 5050/5051: Teaching Science in Secondary Schools, EDIS 5052: Models of Science Instruction Lab
Electromechanics: ECE 3250: Electromechanical Energy Conversion, MAE 4710: Mechatronics
Energy:ECE 3250: Electromechanical Energy Conversion, MAE 2100: Thermodynamics, MAE 3120: Thermal Systems Analysis, ECE 6502: Photovoltaics, CHE 5561: Energy Outlook and Technical Options
Environment and Sustainability:CE 2100: Intro to Environmental Engineering, EVSC 3020: GIS methods, EVSC 4010: Intro to Remote Sensing, EVSC 4490: Air Pollution, EVSC 4040: GIS and Arc/Info, EVSC 4070: Advanced GIS
Medicine and Health:BME 2101: Physiology I, BME 3636: Neural Network Models of Cognition and Brain Computation, BME 4311: Bioinstrumentation and Design, BME 4641: Bioelectricity, BME 4783: Medical Image Modalities, BME 4784: Medical Image Analysis, NUIP 4001: Evaluating and Using Information Technology in Health Care, NUIP 4004: Strategies for Prehospital Emergency Care
Microelectronics:ECE 4332: Intro to VLSI, ECE 4907: Prop. of Materials, ECE 4209: Wireless Circuits, ECE 4435: Comp. Organ. & Des., ECE 4660: Analog Integrated Cir., ECE 5150: Microelect. IC Fab., ECE 4155: IC Fabrication Lab
Music:MUSI 2350: Technosonics: Digital Music and Sound Art Composition, MUSI 3390: Introduction to Music and Computers, MUSI 4535: Interactive Media, MUSI 4540: Computer Sound Generation and Spatial Processing, MUSI 4545: Computer Applications in Music