Electrical Engineering (2005-06)

Below is the advised sequencing of courses for this degree,
the official degree requirements are found in the University General Catalog.

FRESHMAN YEAR SOPHOMORE YEAR
First Semester
CourseUnits
ENGR 1023
MATH 125#3
CHEM 103a3
CHEM 104a1
ENGL 1013
Tier 1 INDV*3
TOTAL16
Second Semester
CourseUnits
MSE 1104
MATH 1293
PHYS 1414
ENGL 1023
ECE 175 3
   
TOTAL17
First Semester
Course Units
ECE 274 3
MATH 223
4
PHYS 241 4
Tier 1 TRAD* 3
Tier 2 INDV* 3
   
TOTAL 17
Second Semester
CourseUnits
ECE 2205
MATH 254 3
PHYS 142 2
Tier 1 TRAD* 3
Tier 1 INDV* 3
  
TOTAL16
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JUNIOR YEAR SENIOR YEAR
First Semester
CourseUnits
ECE 3012
ECE 3204
ECE 351a3
SIE 3053
MATH 3223
TOTAL15
Second Semester
CourseUnits
ECE 304 6
ECE 3403
ECE 372 3
ECE 381 3
   
TOTAL15
First Semester
CourseUnits
ECE 352 3
ECE 498a*** 2
Tech Elect**
12
  
  
TOTAL 17
Second Semester
CourseUnits
ECE 498b***3
Tech Elect**9
Tier 2 Art/Hum*3
 
  
TOTAL15

TOTAL UNITS = 128

# MATH 124 is a 5 unit version of MATH 125. Students taking MATH 124 should consider delaying the Tier 1 INDV course to maintain a reasonable academic load.
* INDV/TRAD/Art/Hum courses must meet University general education requirements. One course must be recognized by the University as focusing on non-western culture, race, gender or ethnicity. TRAD 101 satisfies this requirement.
** 21 units of technical electives are required. These consist of ECE 369 and other upper-division courses in engineering, math, or science, chosen in consultation with a faculty advisor. 15 units must be in ECE courses containing a minumum of 8 units of engineering design.
*** ECE 498a grade will be awarded upon completion of ECE 498b.