Sample Course Sequence for the Major in Electrical Engineering, General Track

FRESHMAN

FALL Credits
 First Year Seminar 101 1
 WRT 102 (WRT) 3
 AMS 151 or MAT 131 (QPS) 4
 PHY 131/133 (SNW) 4
 ESE 123 (TECH) 4
Total 16
 
SPRING Credits
 First Year Seminar 101 1
  AMS 161  or  MAT 132 (QPS) 3-4
 PHY 132/134 (SNW)
4
 ESE 124
 3 
  AMS 210 3
 Total 14-15
 
SOPHOMORE

FALL Credits
 AMS 361 4
  ESE 218 4
  ESE 271 4
 ESE 305  3
 ESE 224
 3
 Total  18
 
SPRING Credits
AMS 261 (or MAT 203)
 4
ESE 372  4
ESE 306 4
ESE 231  3
ESE 211
 2
 Total 17
 
JUNIOR

FALL Credits
ESE 380
 4
ESE 314
 3
ESE 319  3
ESE 337  3
Math or Science Elective 5  4
 Total 17
 
SPRING Credits
ESE Elective 3 3
ESE Elective 3 3
ESE 324 2
ESE 300
3
ESE 301  (STAS, CER)  3
SBC 3
 Total  17
 
SENIOR

FALL Credits
ESE 440*
  3 
ESE Elective3  3
Technical Elective 4  3
SBC  3
SBC  3
 Total 15
 
SPRING Credits
ESE 441*  3 
ESE Elective3 3
Technical elective 4  3 
SBC  3
SBC  3
 Total  15

 

General, Microelectronics and telecommunications Specialization:

All courses in bold must be passed with a minimum grade of C.

1 –  AMS 151  and  AMS 161  can be replaced by ( MAT 131  and  MAT 132 ) or ( MAT 131  and 171), or ( MAT 125 MAT 126 , and  MAT 127 ) or ( MAT 141  and  MAT 142 ), or ( MAT 141  and  MAT 171 ).
2- 
PHY 131  and  PHY 132  can be replaced by ( PHY 125 PHY 126 , and  PHY 127 ), or ( PHY 141  and  PHY 142 ). Students taking the three semester sequence should take  PHY 125 PHY 127  and  PHY 126  in that order.
3- General ---Choice of four 300 – level ESE electives that are not required courses, 
ESE 476  may also be used. 2 Technical Electives (See Appendix A in EE Guide)
Microelectronics -- Choice of two 300—level ESE electives that are not required, 
ESE 476  may also be used. (must be selected from  ESE 304 , 307, 325, 345, 355, 366, 373, or 381)Telecommunications -- Choice of two 300—level ESE electives that are not required,  ESE 476  may also be used. (must be selected from ESE 321, 323, 341, 346, 347, 360, or 363)
4- Two courses selected from Appendix A.
5- Math or science elective: One 4- credit course or two 3 – credit courses from 
CHE 131 , CHE 141,  ESG 198 BIO 202 & 204, BIO 203 & 205,  PHY 251 &252,  AMS 301

* Note: This course partially satisfies the following: ESI, CER, SPK, WRTD, SBS+, STEM+, EXP+. For more information contact the CEAS Undergraduate Student Office.