Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Degree (BSEE)
Curriculum Effective Fall 2006      (
Last Revised: 10-May-2006)          

Fall

 Freshman Spring
ENGL 1010  Expository Writing I 3
MATH 1910  Calculus I 4
CHEM 1110  General Chemistry 4
ENGR 1210  Intro to Engineering 1
Hum/Fine Arts Elec                               3
Soc/Beh Sci Elec                               3
ENGR 1020 Conn. to Engr & Technology 1
Total  19
ENGL 1020  Expository Writing II 3
MATH 1920  Calculus II 4
PHYS 2110 Gen. Physics I 3
PHYS 2111 Gen. Physics I  Lab 1
ENGR 1120  Prog for Engr (C-Lang.) 2
Hum/Fine Arts Elec                               3
   
Total 16

Fall

Sophomore Spring
ENGL 2130, 2230 or 2330  Literature 3
MATH 2120  Differential Equations 3
PHYS 2120 Gen. Physics II 3
PHYS 2121 Gen. Physics II Lab 1
ECE 2000  Introduction to ECE 2
ECE 2010  Circuits I 3
ENGR 2121  Engineering App. in C 1
Total 16
SPCH 2410 or PC 2500 Comm 3
MATH 2110  Calculus III 4
CEE 2100  Fund. of Engr. Mechanics 3
ECE 2060  Measurements Lab 1
ECE 2020  Circuits II 3
Soc/Beh Sci Elec                                3
Total 17

Fall

  Junior Spring
ECE 3010  Signals & Systems 3
ECE 3110  Introduction to Digital 3
ECE 3300  Electronics I 3
ECE 3510  EM Fields I 3
ECE Lab Elec (1)                              1
Engineering Fund Elec (4) 3
Total 16
ECE 3910  Prob & Random Var. 3
ECE Junior Elec (2)                              3
ECE Junior Elec (2)                              3
ECE Junior Elec (2)                              3
MATH Elec (3)                              3
ISE 3920 Fund. of Engr. Design 3
Total 18

Fall

  Senior Spring
ECE 4941 MultDiscp Design I   (7) 1
ECE Senior Sequence (5)                        3
ECE Senior Elec                              3
ECE Junior Elec (2)                              3
ECE Lab Elec (1)                              1
ECE 4910  Professional Issues in ECE 1
E/M/S/B Elec   (6)                              3
   
Total 15
ECE 4942 MultDiscp Design II  (7) 2
ECE Senior Sequence (5)                        3
ECE Junior Elec (2)                              3
ECE Lab Elec (1)                              1
E/M/S/B Elec   (6)                               3
Total 12
 

Grand Total   129 Hours        



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Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam __________
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Graduate Record Exam (GRE) (optional) __________

NOTES for BSEE

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(1) ECE Lab Electives: Three one-hour courses must be taken from 3000 level and 4000 level ECE lab courses. They may be taken during junior and senior years.

(2) ECE Junior Electives: A minimum of five courses must be taken from the ECE Junior Electives List consisting of ECE 3120, ECE 3210, ECE 3310, ECE 3320, ECE 3520, ECE 3540, ECE 3610, and ECE 3710. Only one of ECE 3310 and ECE 3320 may be used as a Junior Elective and only one of ECE 3520 and ECE 3540 may be used as a Junior Elective.

(3) MATH Elective: One three-hour course must be taken from a departmentally approved list of Mathematics courses.

(4) Engineering Fundamentals Elective: One three-hour course from departmentally approved list of Engineering Fundamentals courses.

(5) ECE Senior Sequence Courses: Two ECE 4000 level courses forming a sequence must be taken from a departmentally approved list.

(6) Engineering/Math/Science/Business (E/M/S/B) electives: A student must take six hours of E/M/S/B electives from a list of non-ECE courses approved by the ECE Department.

(7) Multidisciplinary Design: In place of the ECE 4941-4942 sequence, any ECE Department approved 3-credit multidisciplinary capstone design course may be taken. An approved list of such courses will be maintained by the ECE Department.


Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering / Tennessee Technological University / Cookeville, Tennessee, U.S.A.
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