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Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

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Electrical and Computer Engineering course descriptions are available at the Academic Dean site.


Core Courses

  • EE 301 Electrical Fundamentals and Applications
  • EE 331 Electrical Engineering I
  • EC 310 Applications of Cyber Engineering (Cyber II)
  • EC 312 Applications of Cyber Engineering for Systems Engineering

Majors Courses - Computer Engineering

  • EC 244 Electronics/ElectroMechanics
  • EC 262 Digital Systems
  • EC 356 Computer Networks with Security Applications
  • EC 361 Microcomputer-Based Design
  • EC 362 Computer Architecture
  • EC 404 Operating Systems
  • EC 415 Computer Engineering Design II
  • EC 456 Wireless Networking
  • EC 463 Microcomputer Interfacing
  • EC 486A Computer and Network Security Fundamentals
  • EC 495 / EC 496  Computer Engineering Research

Majors Courses - Electrical Engineering

  • EE 221 Introduction to Electrical Engineering I
  • EE 241 Electronics I
  • EE 320 Introduction to Electrical Engineering II
  • EE 322 Signals and Systems
  • EE 342 Electronics II
  • EE 344 Solid State Power Electronics
  • EE 353 Probability & Stochastic Analysis for ECE
  • EE 354 Modern Communication Systems with Cyber Applications
  • EE 372 Engineering Electromagnetics
  • EE 411 Electrical & Computer Engineering Design I
  • EE 414 Electrical Engineering Design II
  • EE 420 Electric Machines and Drives
  • EE 426 Fundamentals of Electronic Instrumentation
  • EE 431 Advanced Communication Theory
  • EE 432 Digital Signal Processing
  • EE 433 Wireless and Cellular Communication Systems I
  • EE 434 Wireless and Cellular Communication Systems II
  • EE 435 Biometric Signal Processing
  • EE 451 Electronic Properties of Semiconductors
  • EE 472 Fiber Optical Communications
  • EE 486 Brain-Machine Interfaces
  • EE 486C Fiber Optic Communications and Sensing
  • EE 488P Power Conversion
  • EE 495 / EE 496  Electrical Engineering Research

Service Courses

  • EE 313 Logic Design and Microprocessors
  • SY310 Introduction to Networking and Wireless Communications
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