ECE Course Descriptions
- ECE Undergrad Course Descriptions
- ECE Experimental Courses
- BSEE Core Courses
- ECE Lab Courses
- Special Content Courses
- BSCmpE Core Courses
- BSCmpE Elective Courses
- Professional Practice Courses
- ECE Graduate Courses
- ECE Graduate Experimental Courses
- EPICS (Engineering Projects in Community Service)
For the BSEE degree, up to 6 credit hours of VIP and EPICS can be used as EE Electives. ECE 37900 for 2 credits, ECE 47900 for 2 credits, EPCS 30200 and EPCS 40200 can be used as upper-level labs for 2 of the 3 required upper-level labs provided the student has completed 2 of the 3 ECE 20000 level lab courses ECE 20700, 20800, and 27000 and is concurrently enrolled in the third ECE 20000 level lab courses. EPICS and VIP credits beyond this can be used as Complementary Electives.
For the BSCmpE degree, up to 3 credit hours of VIP and EPICS can be used as CmpE Electives. VIP and EPICS credits beyond this can be used as Complementary Electives.
In addition to the above limitations, EPCS 41100 and 41200 can be used to satisfy the ECE Senior Design Requirement for both the BSEE and BSCmpE degrees.