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Approved EE Electives information

Three year Forecasted Permanent Schedule

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                           2015-2016 Electrical Engineering Curriculum at KSU

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hours

Prerequisite

Freshman Fall Semester

EE

1000

Foundation Electr. Engr.

2

COM 1100

 co-req LC

CHEM

1211

Chemistry I

4

MATH 1111

ENGL

1101

Composition I

3

 

COM

1100

Public Speaking

3

EE 1000 co-req LC 

MATH

1190

Calculus I

4

MATH 1113

 

 

 

 

 

Freshman Spring Semester

CSE

1301E

Engineering Programming

4

MATH 1113

ENGL

1102

Composition II

3

ENGL 1101

MATH

2202

Calculus II

4

MATH 1190

PHYS

2211

Physics I

4

MATH 1190

STS

2400

Science, Tech & Society

2

ENGL 1101

 

 

 

 

 

Sophomore Fall Semester

Core

C2

Arts

3

ENGL 1101

EE

2301

Circuit Analysis I

4

PHYS 2211

Core

E3

Economics/Psychology/etc.

3

 

MATH

2306

Differential Equations

3

MATH 2202

PHYS

2212K

Physics II

4

MATH 2202
PHYS 2211

 

 

 

 

 

Sophomore Spring Semester

ENGR

2214

Statics

3

PHYS 2211

EE

2302

Circuit Analysis II

3

EE 2301, MATH 2306,      

PHYS 2212

EE

2501

Digital Logic Design

4

EE 2301

MATH

2203

Calculus III

4

MATH 2202

EE

2401

Semiconductor Devices

3

CHEM 1211

 

 

 

 

 

STUDENTS need to be sure to apply for Engineering Standing prior to the end of their Sophomore year.  More info and the application can be found on the Electrical Engineering website.

 

Junior Fall Semester (Note: Engineering Standing is required to take most of the following below)

 

 

 

 

 

MATH

2332

Probability & Data Analysis

3

MATH 1190

EE

3501

Embedded Systems

4

EE 2501

EE

3701

Signals & Systems

3

EE 2302, MATH 2306

CORE

C1

Literature

3

ENGL 1102

ENGR

4402

Engineering Ethics

1

 

 

Junior Spring Semester

Core

E1

U.S. History/Pol/Sci.

3

 

EE

3605

Electromagnetics

3

 MATH 2203, PHYS 2212

EE

3401

Engineering Electronics

4

EE 2301

EE

3702

Communications Systems

3

 EE 3701 

EE

3601

Electric Machines

4

EE 2301

 

 

 

 

 

 

Senior Fall Semester

EE/ENGR

3XXX

Technical Elective

3 or 4

varies 

EE

4701

Professional Practice

3

EE 3401

EE

4201

Control Systems

4

MATH 2306, EE 2301,     ENGR 2214

CORE

E2

World Civilization

3

 

EE/ENGR

3XXX

Engr. Science Elective***

3

varies 

 

 

 ***SYE 3320 strongly recommended

 

 

 

Senior Spring Semester

EE/ENGR

3XXX

Technical Elective

3 or 4

varies

MATH

>2306

Math Elective

3

varies 

Core

E4

Cultures and Societies

3

 

EE/ENGR

3XXX

Technical Electives

1 or 3

varies 

EE

4800

Senior Project

4

EE 4XXX


**Note: Any student who fulfills Area E Group 4 of the USG core other than with ECON 2107, must pass SyE 3320 to fulfill the engineering economics requirement as part of an Engr. Science Elective.     

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