Guidelines for ECE Complementary Electives

Both the BSEE and BSCmpE degrees require students to choose additional coursework to bring their total credits to the minimum required for their chosen degree (124 credits for the BSEE and 125 credits for the BSCmpE). Students should carefully choose these courses to complement their personal and academic interests. Any course not appearing on the "not-applicable" list below can be used as a Complementary Elective. This list will be updated periodically.

Courses Not Applicable to BSEE or BSCmpE Requirements

  • Remedial courses, i.e., those with course numbers that start with zero (0)
  • CHM 10000 Preparation For General Chemistry
  • CHM 11100 General Chemistry
  • CHM 11200 General Chemistry
    • [If both CHM 11100 and CHM 11200 are taken, the combination can substitute for CHM 11500]
  • CS 11000 Introduction To Computers
  • MA 13700 Mathematics For Elementary Teachers I
  • MA 13800 Mathematics For Elementary Teachers II
  • MA 13900 Mathematics For Elementary Teachers III
  • MA 15300 College Algebra
  • MA 15800 Precalculus- Functions And Trigonometry
  • MA 16010 Applied Calculus I
  • MA 16020 Applied Calculus II
  • PHYS 14900 Mechanics, Heat, And Wave Motion
  • PHYS 21500 Physics For Elementary Education
  • PHYS 21800 General Physics
  • PHYS 21900 General Physics II
  • PHYS 22000 General Physics
  • PHYS 22100 General Physics
  • PHYS 22200 Mechanics Laboratory
  • PHYS 23300 Physics For Life Sciences I
  • PHYS 23400 Physics For Life Sciences II
  • PHYS 21400 The Nature Of Physics