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  • Undergraduate Program Requirements - Electrical and Computer Engineering - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    Electives list 4 Science Math Engineering Electives For Electrical Engineering 9 credits for Lasers and Optical Engrineering 3 credits chosen from any combination of courses on the Science Math Engineering Electives for Electrical Engineering or Science Math Engineering Electives for Lasers and Optical Engineering lists provided the course is not already required for the degree Courses not included on the list may be used with prior written approval of the Electrical Computer Engineering Department Head 5 All University Core Curriculum 1 Category I Basic Competencies IA Intermediate Writing CO150 3 cr IB Mathematics MATH160 3 cr Category II Additional Communication IIA Advanced Writing CO301B or JTC300 3 cr Category III Foundations Perspectives 21 24 credits total IIIA Biological Physical Sciences PH141 5 cr PH142 5 cr IIIB Arts Humanities 6 credits choose from the list available in the current General Catalog or Class Schedule no more than 3 credits of intermediate foreign languages may be used toward this category IIIC Social Behavioral Sciences ECON202 3 cr IIID Historical Perspectives 3 credits choose from the list available in the current General Catalog or Class Schedule IIIE Global Cultural Awareness 3 credits choose from the list available in the current General Catalog or Class Schedule 1 Students in the Honors Program substitute alternate courses please contact the Honors Program for additional information Background Information STUDENTS ARE ULTIMATELY RESPONSIBLE FOR KNOWING AND FULFILLING THE REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION THESE REQUIREMENTS ARE LISTED IN THE GENERAL CATALOG AND EACH SEMESTER S COURSE SCHEDULE 1 Required Total Credits A minimum of 42 upper division semester credits 300 400 level is required of all students completing a bachelor s degree program Elective credits taken at the 500 level may be used to fulfill this requirement A minimum of 30 upper division semester credits must be completed in

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  • Graduate Program Requirements - Electrical and Computer Engineering - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    earned 36 39 Note 1 33 ECE699 and or ECE799 Faculty mentor Note 2 M S Plan A 21 9 ECE699 Faculty Mentor M S Plan B Coursework Only 32 Not Applicable Faculty Mentor Note 3 M S Plan B with project 27 plus 3 Independent Study 3 ECE695 Note 3 M E 30 Not Applicable Graduate Curriculum Committee Chairperson Updated Summer 2014 Courses not accepted as regular include all courses ending in 82 99 e g 682 799 etc Note 1 Students who have had their Ph D research which was performed while enrolled at CSU and who have submitted at least two full papers for publication in peer reviewed journals or conference proceedings may fill out an Independent Study Form listing citations and validating documentation The form must be approved by the student s Ph D Adviser and then submitted to the department Academic Advisor for committee review and approval Note 2 All Ph D students are considered provisional by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering until they successfully complete an oral Qualifying Examination This examination must be completed before the end of the third semester following admission An advisory committee must be established before a qualifying examination can be attempted Note 3 In the Plan B Masters there are two ways to determine the program of study The student can self advise and select whatever courses are desired consistent with the program requirements as outlined in the Department s Graduate Student Handbook Please see the Recommended Courses by ECE Topic Area for appropriate courses to take based on the various ECE topic areas If a student wishes to pursue the project version of the Plan B then they must secure the agreement of a faculty member to supervise the required three 3 credits of ECE695 Independent

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  • Accelerated B.S./M.S. - Electrical and Computer Engineering - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    program allows you to take the fast track to a master s degree and earn graduate credits while completing upper division bachelor s degree requirements Students with strong scholarly and or research interests may apply for admission to a combined bachelor s and master s degree program to begin their graduate program during senior year of undergraduate study Students who are accepted into this program have the GRE requirement waived and are allowed to apply credits of 500 level course work toward both the undergraduate and graduate degrees Before applying to this program interested students should review the ECE Graduate Student Handbook Please read all sections of this document Eligibility Must be enrolled in bachelor s degree in electrical or computer engineering Cumulative GPA of 3 25 or better Grades of B or better in ECE311 ECE331 and ECE341 electrical engineering concentration Grades of B or better in ECE311 ECE331 and ECE451 computer engineering concentration Completed 75 credits of course work toward the undergraduate degree How to Apply Go to the Graduate School Online Application For admission type indicate Track III Leave the essay area blank Provide the following materials to your ECE advisor Resume Statement of purpose which should include statement regarding your educational goals summary of long term professional and personal goals statement indicating how participating in the combined degree program will contribute to your long term goals Letters of recommendation which should come directly from recommending parties including ECE faculty member whose course s you have taken one faculty member from another department another faculty member research supervisor academic advisor or work supervisor When to Apply Generally Track III candidates apply during the fall semester of the senior year for graduate school admission the following spring Applicants should submit all materials by July 15 for admission during

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  • ABET Accreditation - Electrical and Computer Engineering - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    program alumni and industry to ensure that they remain consistent with the mission statements of the ECE Department College of Engineering and Colorado State University the needs of program constituencies and ABET criteria The ECE PEOs are designed and implemented around the following three principal attributes mastery innovation and leadership Mastery Graduates of the Electrical and Computer Engineering ECE department will expertly solve engineering problems associated with their professional or educational positions by applying ECE fundamentals both independently and in a team environment They will demonstrate technical expertise in identifying analyzing formulating and creating engineering solutions Their skills and knowledge will reflect both depth and breadth of understanding including multidisciplinary aspects within global societal and environmental contexts Innovation They will successfully demonstrate innovation and creativity in their professional practice or advanced education in engineering or other related fields They will consider holistic and synergistic systems oriented approaches in their studies analyses and designs They will think strategically and apply their abilities talents and insights creatively and productively They will create solutions that employ the most innovative approaches and current engineering practices techniques skills and tools Leadership They will be effective influential ethical and inspirational leaders within their organizations and professions contributing to the overall strength and well being of society through service and engagement Possessing an entrepreneurial spirit they will demonstrate personal initiative resourcefulness and integrity ECE graduates will engage in lifelong learning through advanced education degrees professional development self learning and or other career appropriate training and educational opportunities They will communicate effectively in multiple formats with their colleagues professional clients research collaborators students and the public Program Outcomes Outcomes a through k are very similar for all majors in the College of Engineering and a general statement of those outcomes is presented in the CSU General Catalog in

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  • Graduate Exam Signup - Main - Electrical and Computer Engineering - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    Undergraduates REUs IEEE Fellows People Faculty Staff Alumni Affiliate Faculty IEEE Fellows Industry Industrial Advisory Board Giving Job Postings Career Outlook Engineer in Residence About Us Department Overview Open Positions About CSU and Fort Collins Contact Us Connect email Facebook Graduate Student Exam Request This form must be completed at least 14 DAYS in advance of your exam Please do not complete this form more than once If you need

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  • ECE401 Course Info - Electrical and Computer Engineering - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    CSU and Fort Collins Contact Us Connect email Facebook ECE401 402 Senior Design I II Senior Design for AY 2016 17 Choosing and signing up Application template Offered projects updated 4 21 2016 Senior Design Projects 2015 2016 2014 2015 2013 2014 2012 2013 2011 2012 2010 2011 2009 2010 2008 2009 2007 2008 2006 2007 Weekly Guest Lecture Schedule Fall 2015 Spring 2016 ECE401 End of Semester Requirements ECE402

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  • Cadence University Program Member - Electrical and Computer Engineering - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    Alumni Affiliate Faculty IEEE Fellows Industry Industrial Advisory Board Giving Job Postings Career Outlook Engineer in Residence About Us Department Overview Open Positions About CSU and Fort Collins Contact Us Connect email Facebook Cadence University Program Member The following courses use Cadence products in teaching up to 300 students per semester COURSE TITLE COURSE NUMBER Electronics I and II ECE 331 332 Digital Systems Design ECE 451 Analog Integrated Circuit

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  • Undergraduate Program - Electrical and Computer Engineering - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    About CSU and Fort Collins Contact Us Connect email Facebook ECE Undergraduate Program What our students do 100 Level In addition to tackling the math and physics core work you will begin to understand what it means to think like an engineer Engage in critical thinking and problem solving through the digital and analog circuit sequence 200 Level Develop an open ended project of your choice and learn the importance

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