In the College of Engineering .
A. B. Apsel, director; D. Albonesi, associate director, D. F. Delchamps, advising coordinator; J. Acharya, K. K. Afridi, C. Batten, E. Y. Bitar, A. W. Bojanczyk, H.-D. Chiang, C. Delimitrou, P. C. Doerschuk, A. S. El-Ghazaly, Z. Goldfeld, D. A. Hammer, D. Jena, C. R. Johnson, Jr., E. Kan, V. Krishnamurthy, A. Lal, D. D. Lee, J. F. Martínez, A. Molnar, F. Monticone, N. E. Napp, K. Petersen, C. R. Pollack, F. Rana, A. P. Reeves, M. Sabuncu, J. R. Shealy, M. Shoaran, C. Studer, G. E. Suh, A. K. Tang, S. Tiwari, L. Tong, A. B. Wagner, S. B. Wicker, H. G. Xing, Z. Zhang, Q. Zhao
Electrical and Computer Engineering:
Offered by the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Contact: Student Services Office, 222 Phillips Hall, (607) 255-9442, or visit the Electrical and Computer Engineering website.
The Electrical and Computer Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.
The Electrical and Computer Engineering major (ECE), leading to a B.S. degree, provides a foundation that reflects the broad scope of this engineering discipline.
Concentrations include computer architecture and organization, digital systems and computer vision; power systems control; communications, networks, information theory and coding, signal processing and optimization; electronic circuits, VLSI, solid state physics and devices, MEMs, nanotechnology, lasers and optoelectronics; electromagnetics, radiophysics, space sciences, and plasmas.
ECE majors must take ECE 2300 /ENGRD 2300 as an engineering distribution course. The major normally begins in the spring of the sophomore year. Of the courses listed below, only ENGRD 2100 /ECE 2100 and ECE 2300 /ENGRD 2300 , and ECE 2200 /ENGRD 2220 are currently taught in both the fall and spring semesters.
ECE Majors must complete:
1. The major required courses:
2. At least three ECE foundation courses:
The current list of ECE foundation courses is:
4. At least 14 credit hours (not including the credit hours of the CDE course):
Must include four ECE courses (in addition to the CDE course) at the 3000-level or above, at least two of which must be at the 4000-level or above, totaling at least 14 credits.
6. A minimum of 51 credits in satisfying items 1 through 5.
Majors in Electrical and Computer Engineering are expected to meet the following academic standards:
- GPA ≥ 2.3 every semester.
- At least C– in every course used to satisfy major requirements.
- Satisfactory completion of MATH 2940 , PHYS 2214 , and at least two of ENGRD 2100 /ECE 2100 , ECE 2200 /ENGRD 2220 , ECE 3400 , and ENGRD 2300 /ECE 2300 by the end of the sophomore year and adequate progress toward the degree in subsequent semesters.