Writing Intensive Course (as indicated by a superscript “w”)
At least one course taken to satisfy the World Languages/Diversity Elective, Humanities, Social Science, and Theology Electives, THEO 200 - The Christian Tradition , or ECE 211 must be a Writing Intensive Course. A list of courses approved as a Writing Intensive Course is provided on General Education Requirements .
Writing in the Discipline (as indicated by a superscript “d”)
At least one course must be a Writing in the Discipline course.
Six credits of GE 481 through GE 483 may be used to satisfy the Professional Electives requirement if a minimum of six credit s of cooperative education have been completed. All courses are graded S/U only.
Electrical Engineering Electives
Eighteen credits must be taken from among the following courses: ECE 222 , ECE 252 , ECE 323 , ECE 324 , ECE 422 , ECE 424 , ECE 429 , ECE 450 , ECE 452 , ECE 453 , ECE 455 , ECE 456 , ECE 460 , ECE 464 , ECE 471 , ECE 472 , ECE 473 , ECE 490 , and ECE 499 . Other courses may be used to satisfy this elective with the approval of the department faculty. A maximum of 3 credits of ECE 499 may be applied to this requirement unless approved by the department faculty. Multiple sections of ECE 490 can be counted toward this requirement provided topics are different.
World Language/Diversity Elective
Students will take three credits from either world language courses at the 102 level or above or from the diversity list beginning on General Education Requirements .
Humanities, Social Science, Theology Electives
Students will take six credits from the approved list of Humanities courses, Social Sciences courses, or Theology courses. Courses may be from the same area or from different areas. See General Education Requirements for Humanities and Social Sciences courses.
The Mathematics/Science Elective requirement may be met by taking nine credits from the approved list of courses found on College of Engineering Electives . Other choices may be made available by petition to the ECE Department.
These courses are selected, in consultation with the academic advisor, to support the student’s specific career goals. A current listing of approved professional electives is available on College of Engineering Electives . Other choices may be made available by petition to the ECE Department.