University Catalog

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Chairperson: Mark Petzold
Address:
211 Engineering & Computing Center
Phone: 320.308.3252
Website: www.stcloudstate.edu/ece

BS in Computer Engineering (106 credits)


Admission Requirements

Notes

  • A student admitted into the electrical and/or computer engineering major will be placed on probation if his/her semester GPA of major courses is below 2.0 or if he/she does not take any major courses in that semester. A student will be disqualified from the major if he/she is on probation for two consecutive semesters or three non-consecutive semesters.

Program Requirements

72 credits: ECE 101, ECE 102, ECE 201, ECE 202, ECE 221, ECE 301, ECE 310, ECE 311, ECE 322, ECE 323, ECE 380, ECE 461, ECE 462; CSCI 201, CSCI 301, CSCI 310, CSCI 311, CSCI 331; PHYS 234, PHYS 235; MATH 221, MATH 222, MATH 273, MATH 325.

Electives

Statistics Elective (3 credits): Select either STAT 353 or STAT 417. Junior Elective (3 credits): Select from ECE 312, ECE 381, ECE 391, CSCI 330, CSCI 430, MATH 373. Math and Physics Electives (3 credits): Select from MATH 311, MATH 312, MATH 321, MATH 373, MATH 452; PHYS 328, PHYS 333, 346. Senior Elective (3 credits): Select from PHYS 435, PHYS 436, PHYS 445; ENGR 425, ENGR 447; MATH 421, MATH 423, MATH 427, MATH 452, MATH 461; MME 450, or any 400 level ECE or CSCI course not included in the student's Computer Engineering Elective sequence. Computer Engineering Electives (12 credits): Select 1 sequence from the following: Hardware Systems: ECE 421, ECE 422, and ECE 423 (ECE 422 cannot double count as the Junior Elective), and 3 credits of 400 level CSCI coursework (CSCI 412 Highly Recommended). Software Systems: CSCI 411, CSCI 412, and CSCI 413, and 1 of the following: ECE 421, ECE 422 (cannot double count as Junior Elective), ECE 423.

Students fulfill the University's Upper Division Writing Requirement by successfully completing ECE 380.  


BS in Electrical Engineering (106 credits)


Admission Requirements

Notes

  • A student admitted into the electrical and/or computer engineering major will be placed on probation if his/her semester GPA of major courses is below 2.0 or if he/she does not take any major courses in that semester. A student will be disqualified from the major if he/she is on probation for two consecutive semesters or three non-consecutive semesters.

Program Requirements

79 credits: ECE 101, ECE 102, ECE 201, ECE 202, ECE 221, ECE 301, ECE 310, ECE 311, ECE 312, ECE 322, ECE 323, ECE 380, ECE 391, ECE 461, ECE 462; CSCI 201; CHEM 210; PHYS 234, PHYS 235; MATH 221, MATH 222, MATH 325.

Electives

Non-EE Elective (3 credits): Select from ENGR 334, MME 200, MME 210, MME 220, MME 241; PHYS 328, PHYS 329, PHYS 333; MATH 273; CHEM 211. PHYS/MATH Elective (3 credits): Select from PHYS 346, MATH 311. PHYS Elective (3 credits): Select from PHYS 328, PHYS 329, PHYS 435, PHYS 436, PHYS 445. STAT Elective (3 credits): Select from STAT 353 or STAT 417. Depth Sequence (6 credits): Select one sequence of courses from the 400 level ECE courses from the sequences listed below: Digital Sequence: ECE 421 and Select either ECE 422 or ECE 423. Communication Sequence: ECE 431 and Select either ECE 432, ECE 433 or ECE 471. Controls Sequence: ECE 451 and Select either ECE 452 or ECE 471. Digital Signal Processing Sequence: ECE 471 and Select either ECE 473 or ECE 474. Breadth Electives (6 credits). Select two from ECE 411, ECE 421, ECE 422, ECE 423, ECE 431, ECE 451, ECE 471, or ECE 482. Senior Elective (3 credits). Select from PHYS 435, PHYS 436, PHYS 445; ENGR 425, ENGR 447; MATH 421, MATH 423, MATH 427, MATH 452, MATH 461; STAT 353, STAT 417, STAT 447; CSCI 330, CSCI 331, CSCI 421, 450; ECE 381, ECE 411, ECE 421, ECE 422, ECE 423, ECE 431, ECE 432, ECE 433, ECE 440, ECE 444, ECE 451, ECE 452, ECE 471, ECE 473, ECE 474, ECE 482; MME 350, MME 351, MME 450.

Students fulfill the University's Upper Division Writing Requirement by successfully completing ECE 380.


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