Students seeking the Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering pursue one of two curricula—electrical engineering or computer engineering. Both curricula contain the fundamentals of electrical engineering and computer engineering; they differ in technical core requirements in order to suit different career objectives.
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E E 360C E E 360C. Algorithms. 3 Hours.
Advanced problem solving methods; algorithm design principles; complexity analysis; study of the nature, impact, and handling of intractability; study of common algorithmic classes and their applications. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Prerequisite: Computer Science 312 or Electrical Engineering 312 or 312H with a grade of at least C-; and Mathematics 325K with a grade of at least C-.
M E 360C M E 360C. Cyber Vehicle Systems. 3 Hours.
Study of the engineering principles of autonomous mobile robots. Subjects include understanding the dynamics of vehicle systems, and the principles and practical implementation of sensing, actuation, and control. Emphasis on providing practical laboratory study of these subjects using mobile robot platforms, and the use of the commercial software package LabVIEW for programming of real-time data acquisition and control targets. Simulation studies may also be conducted in LabVIEW and/or the Matlab environment, so some proficiency in use of both of these software packages is expected. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Only one of the following may be counted: Mechanical Engineering 360C, 379M (Topic: Cyber Vehicle Systems), 390C, 397 (Topic: Cyber Vehicle Systems). Prerequisite: For engineering majors, Mechanical Engineering 344 with a grade of at least C-; for others, upper-division standing and written consent of instructor.
E 360C E 360C. Postcolonial Literature. 3 Hours.
Examine the struggles of the migrant and exile with questions of identity, belonging, home, citizenship, and culture. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Prerequisite: Nine semester hours of coursework in English or rhetoric and writing.