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Computer Engineering Class of 2004

B.S. in Computer Engineering

Class of 2004

First Year of Studies

Fall Semester

Credit

MATH 125, Calculus I

4

CHEM 115, Gen Chem I

3

Arts and Letters (A&L,I)

3

EG 111, Intro to Engineering I

3

Composition

3

Physical Education

0
16

Spring Semester

Credit

MATH 126, Calculus II

4

CHEM 118, Gen Chem II

4

Univ. Sem

3

EG 112, Intro to Engineering II

3

PHYS 131, Gen Phys I

4

Physical Education

0
18

Sophomore Year

Fall Semester

Credit

MATH 225, Calculus III

3.5

CSE 232 Adv. Programming

4

EE 224 Electric Circuits

3

PHYS 132, Gen Phys II

4

Philosophy or Theology

3

EE 220 Devices & Systems

2
18.5

Spring Semester

Credit

CSE 210 Discrete Mathematics

3

CSE 221 Logic Design

4

EE 234 Electric Circuits II.

3

MATH 228 Linear Algebra & Diff. Eq.

3.5

Philosophy or Theology

3
16.5

Junior Year

Fall Semester

Credit

CSE 331 Data Structures

3

CSE 321 Computer Architecture

4

EE 344 Signals & Systems I

3

MATH 325 Diff. Eq

3

Philosophy or Theology

3
16

Spring Semester

Credit

CSE 341 Operating Systems

3

CSE 322 Computer Architecture II

4

MATH 323 Probability & Stats

3

EE 354 Signals & Systems II

3

EE 242 Electronics

4
17

Senior Year

Fall Semester

Credit

MATH 318 Intro to Numerical Methods

3

CSE Elective

3

CSE Elective

3

CSE Elective

3

Philosophy or Theology

3

Free Elective

3
18

Spring Semester

Credit

Free Elective

3

CSE Elective

3

Technical Elective

4

Arts and Letters Elective

3

CSE Elective

3

15

Program Total: 135 credits

Note: Computer Engineering Students are required to participate in a Capstone Design Experience.

** Most courses in the College of Arts and Letters may be used to satisfy the Arts & Letters Elective. Two such electives are required - the first one appearing in the Freshman year. These two electives, together with the University Seminar taken during the freshman year, must each lie in one of the following three areas of study: History, Social Science, Literature/Fine Arts. One course must be taken in each of these three areas.