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.
...States: one flagged course e. Ethics: one flagged...BIO 339 , 339M , 344 , 360K , BIO 349 , 350M...
...States: one flagged course e. Ethics: one flagged...446L , 344 or 366R , 360K , 260L , 361 , 361L...
...States: one flagged course e. Ethics: one flagged...Biology 330 , 230L , 336 , 360K , 260L , 361 , 361L...
E E 360K E E 360K. Introduction to Digital Communications. 3 Hours.
Communication channels and their impairments; modulation; demodulation; probability-of-error analysis; source coding; error control coding; link budget analysis; equalization; synchronization and multiple access; spread spectrum; applications in wireline and wireless communication systems. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Prerequisite: Biomedical Engineering 335 or Electrical Engineering 351K with a grade of at least C-, and Biomedical Engineering 343 or Electrical Engineering 313 with a grade of at least C-.
C E 360K C E 360K. Foundation Engineering. 3 Hours.
Effect of geotechnical conditions on the behavior, proportioning, and choice of foundation type; design of shallow and deep foundations; study of foundation case histories. Five hours a week for one semester, including lecture and discussion. Offered in the fall semester only. Prerequisite: Civil Engineering 357.
E 360K E 360K. English Grammar. 3 Hours.
The study of traditional and transformational grammar. Attention to social differences in language relevant to the teaching of English. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. English 360K and Linguistics 360K may not both be counted. Prerequisite: Nine semester hours of coursework in English or rhetoric and writing.
M E 360K M E 360K. Metallurgy of Engineering Alloys. 3 Hours.
Microstructure and property relationships of metals and alloys; steel alloys; aluminum alloys; titanium alloys; magnesium alloys; solidification and casting; thermomechanical processing; heat treating and solid-state phase transformations. Two or three lecture hours a week for one semester. Prerequisite: For engineering majors, Mechanical Engineering 334 (or 311) or the equivalent with a grade of at least C-; for others, upper-division standing and written consent of instructor.