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2014-2015 Undergraduate Calendar
HOME Programs and Academic Departments Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science Electrical Engineering Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical Engineering)

Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical Engineering)
The following table illustrates the academic sequence for full-time students in this program.

Academic Level Admission Cohort Follow this
Academic Semester:
1st Year Fall 2014 1st & 2nd Semester
2nd Year Fall 2013 3rd & 4th Semester
3rd Year Fall 2012 5th & 6th Semester
4th Year Fall 2011 7th & 8th Semester
1st & 2nd Semester
1st SEMESTER

Common to Aerospace, Biomedical, Chemical, Civil, Computer, Electrical, Industrial, and Mechanical Engineering Programs.

REQUIRED:
CEN 100 Introduction to Engineering
CEN 199*Writing Skills
CHY 102General Chemistry
MTH 140Calculus I
MTH 141Linear Algebra
PCS 211Physics: Mechanics
LIBERAL STUDIES: One course from Table A.
* This course is graded in a pass/fail basis.

2nd SEMESTER

Common to all options in Electrical Engineering.

REQUIRED:
CPS 125Digital Computation and Programming
ECN 801Principles of Engineering Economics
ELE 202 Electric Circuit Analysis
MTH 240Calculus II
PCS 125Physics: Waves and Fields
3rd & 4th Semester
Common to all options in Electrical Engineering.
3rd SEMESTER
REQUIRED:
COE 318Software Systems
COE 328Digital Systems
ELE 302Electric Networks
MTH 312Differential Equations and Vector Calculus
PCS 224Solid State Physics

NOTE: All required courses in 1st and 2nd semesters are prerequisites to all required courses in 3rd semester.

4th SEMESTER
REQUIRED:
CMN 432Communication in the Engineering Professions
COE 428Engineering Algorithms and Data Structures
ELE 401Field Theory
ELE 404Electronic Circuits I
MTH 314Discrete Mathematics for Engineers

NOTE: Some courses have 3rd semester prerequisites in addition to all 1st and 2nd semester required courses. Please refer to the course description section of this calendar.
5th & 6th Semester
5th SEMESTER

Common to all options in Electrical Engineering.

REQUIRED:
COE 538 Microprocessor Systems
ELE 504 Electronic Circuits II
ELE 531 Electromagnetics
ELE 532 Signals and Systems I
MTH 514 Probability and Stochastic Processes

LIBERAL STUDIES: One course from Table A.

NOTE: All required courses in 3rd and 4th semesters are prerequisites to all required courses in 5th semester.
6th SEMESTER

Revised Curriculum 2014-2015.

REQUIRED:
ELE 635Communication Systems
ELE 639Control Systems
MEC 511Thermodynamics and Fluids

REQUIRED GROUP 1*: Two courses from the following:
ELE 604Sensors and Measurement
ELE 614CMOS Analog Integrated Circuits
ELE 632Signals and Systems II
ELE 637Energy Conversion

LIBERAL STUDIES: One course from Table B.

* Course selection in Required Group 1 has a bearing on selection of courses available to specific Options. Please check requisites of courses in 7th and 8th semesters.

NOTE: Students who have a CLEAR Academic Standing may opt to enroll in the Industrial Internship Program (IIP). Eligible students should select WKT 99A/B during the Course Intention process.
7th & 8th Semester
7th SEMESTER

REQUIRED:
ELE 700*Engineering Design

LIBERAL STUDIES: One course from the following:
ENG 503Science Fiction
GEO 702Technology and the Contemporary Environment
HST 701Scientific Technology and Modern Society
PHL 709Religion, Science and Philosophy
POL 507Power, Change and Technology

PROFESSIONAL: Four courses from Table I.

* This course has a weight of 0.50.

ELE 700 and ELE 800 must be taken in the same academic year.

8th SEMESTER

REQUIRED:
CEN 800Law and Ethics in Engineering Practice
ELE 800*Design Project

PROFESSIONAL: Four courses from Table II.

* This course has a weight of 1.50.

ELE 700 and ELE 800 must be taken in the same academic year.


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