Electrical Engineering Curriculum: Pre-2009

Degree Earned: Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

Effective: 08/2006  |  Updated: 07/2006

FRESHMAN YEAR
Fall Semester
Credit 
 
Spring Semester
Credit 
CH 101 Chemistry, A Molecular Sciencea
CH 102 General Chemistry Laba
E 101 Intro. to Engineering & Problem Solving 
E 115 Introduction to Computing Environment 
ENG 101 Academic Writing & Researcha
MA 141 Calculus Ia
3 
1 
1 
1 
4 
4 
  ECE 109 Introduction to Computer Systemsa
MA 241 Calculus IIa
PY 205 Physics for Engineering & Science Ia
Humanities/Social Science Electiveb
PE 10* Fitness & Wellness Elective 
3 
4 
4 
3 
1 
14   15
SOPHOMORE YEAR
Fall Semester
Credit 
 
Spring Semester
Credit 
ECE 200 Intro. to Signals Circuits and Systemsa
ECE 209 Computer Systems Programming a
MA 242 Calculus III 
PY 208 Physics for Engineering & Science II 
Humanities/Social Science Electiveb
4 
3 
4 
4 
3 
  ECE 211 Electric Circuitsa
ECE 212 Fundamentals of Logic Designa
ECE 220 Analytical Foundations of ECEa
COM 110 Public Speaking 
Humanities/Social Science Electiveb
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
18   16
JUNIOR YEAR
Fall Semester
Credit 
 
Spring Semester
Credit 
ECE 301 Linear Systems 
ECE 302 Introduction to Microelectronics 
ST 371 Introduction to Prob. & Dist. Theory 
Humanities/Social Science Electiveb
PE *** Physical Education 
4 
4 
3 
3 
1 
  ECE 303 Electromagnetic Fields 
ECE *** ECE Level I Electivec
ECE *** ECE Level I Electivec
ENG 331 Comm. for Engineering & Technology 
Humanities/Social Science Electiveb
ECE 380 Engineer Prof EE 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
1 
15   16
SENIOR YEAR
Fall Semester
Credit 
 
Spring Semester
Credit 
ECE *** ECE Level I Electivec
ECE *** ECE Level II Electived
ECE *** ECE Electivee
Approved Technical Electivef
Humanities/Social Science Electiveb
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
  ECE 480 Senior EE Design Project 
ECE *** ECE Electivee
ECE *** ECE Electivee
Approved Technical Electivef
Humanities/Social Science Electiveb
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
15   15
Minimum Credit Hours Required for Graduation
123
 
Footnotes:
All students who graduate from this curriculum must demonstrate competency in a foreign language at the 102 level (second semester).
  1. Must be completed with a grade of C- or higher for graduation.
  2. All Humanities/Social Science Electives must be selected from the approved College of Engineering lists. The complete list of approved electives is available at: http://www.engr.ncsu.edu/undergrad/curricula/documents/HSS2006.pdf
  3. ECE 305, ECE 306 OR ECE 406, ECE 402 OR ECE 421, ECE 403 OR ECE 422, ECE 404, ECE 407, ECE 435 OR ECE 456
  4. ECE 420, ECE 436, ECE 442, ECE 451, ECE 453, ECE 455, ECE 463, ECE 464, ECE 466, ECE 470, ECE 506, ECE 511, ECE 513, ECE 520, ECE 521, ECE 523, ECE 531, ECE 532, ECE 540, ECE 561, ECE 566, ECE 582
  5. ECE 305, ECE 402, ECE 421, ECE 403, ECE 422, ECE 404, ECE 407, ECE 435, ECE 437, ECE 456, ECE 420, ECE 436, ECE 442, ECE 451, ECE 453, ECE 455, ECE460, ECE 463, ECE 464, ECE 465, ECE 466, ECE 470, ECE 506, ECE 511, ECE 513, ECE 520, ECE 521, ECE 523, ECE 531, ECE 532, ECE 540, ECE 561, ECE 566, ECE 582, ECE 492 Special Topics Courses
  6. CE 213, CE 214, CE 215, ISE 311, MAE 206, MAE 208, MAE 301, MAE 302, MAE 308, MSE 201, NE 418, NE 419