2013-2014 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog (without addenda) 
    
    Jul 21, 2019  
2013-2014 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog (without addenda) [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Electrical and Computer Engineering (dual degree), B.S.


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With departmental permission, students may earn a single bachelor’s degree in electrical and computer engineering. This degree requires a total 144 credits rather than the usual 130 required for individual bachelor’s degrees.

Note: A GPA (technical) of at least 2.0 is required in all EE, CS and EL courses.

Typical Course of Study for the Bachelors of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering (dual degree)


 (For students beginning September 2013 or later.  Notes indicated by superscripts are listed at the end of the table.)

First Year


Second Year


Third Year


Fall Semester: 19 Credits


Spring Semester: 18 Credits


Fourth Year


Fall Semester: 18 Credits


Spring Semester: 18 Credits


Notes

1. Choice of a HuSS electives must conform to the established requirements of the Technology. Culture and Society Department.  After the first-year writing sequence, students will need one writing intensive elective course (designated by a W in the course number).

2. Grades of at least C- are required in CS1114, CS1124, CS2134, CS2204, EE2013 and EE2024.  C if repeated twice.

3. A special elective is any course that a student has the pre-requisites for and cannot be used to satisfy HuSS requirements.  For example, it can be a course in natural science, mathematics, finance, digital media, etc.

4. For transfer students and students changing their major, EE/CS1012/EE1002 is not required. EG1001 and EG1003 may also be excused depending on transfer credits.

5. Each student’s elective courses must include a two-semester sequence (beginning and advanced courses) in an approved subject area.

Total Credits Required for the Degree: 144


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