BS in Computer Engineering

Foundation Courses
ENGL 101College English I3
or ENGL 100 English Composition
ENGL 102College English II3
COMM 111Public Speaking3
PHIL 354Ethics and Computers3
Select 15 hours of fine arts/humanities & social/behavioral sciences courses 115
Mathematical/Natural Sciences
MATH 242
MATH 243
Calculus I
and Calculus II
10
MATH 321Discrete Structures I3
or CS 321 Discrete Structures I
MATH 511Linear Algebra3
MATH 555Differential Equations I3
PHYS 313Physics for Scientists I4
PHYS 314Physics for Scientists II4
CHEM 211General Chemistry I5
IME 254Engineering Probability and Statistics I3
Major Courses
AE 223Statics3
EE 282Circuits I4
IME 255Engineering Economy3
ME 398Thermodynamics I3
CS 194Introduction to Digital Design4
CS 211Introduction to Programming4
CS 238Assembly Language Programming3
CS 311Object-Oriented Programming4
CS 394Introduction to Computer Architecture3
CS 400Data Structures4
CS 464Computer Networks3
CS 540Operating Systems3
CS 594Microprocessor-Based System Design4
EE 284Circuits II3
EE 492Electronic Circuits I4
EE 585
EE 595
Senior Design Project I
and Senior Design Project II
4
Technical Electives
Select 10 credit hours which must be chosen with advisor's approval from a departmentally approved list. At least 6 of the 10 credit hours must be from the EECS department. Up to 2 credit hours of co-op can be used as nondepartmental technical electives.10
Total Credit Hours128

Applied Learning

Students in the Bachelor of Science in computer engineering program are required to complete an applied learning or research experience to graduate from the program. The requirement can be met by completing the two capstone design experiences consisting of EE 585 and EE 595.