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1 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ALABAMA ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (BS) - GENERAL TRACK 1 Electrical Engineering (BS) - General Track Degree Requirements First Year MA 125 CH 131 CH 131L EH 101* EG hrs Gen Ed MA 126 EH 102 PH 201 CIS 210 Gen Ed Second Year Fall 17 MA 227 PH 202 EE 263 EE 220 Gen Ed* Spring 15 EE 223 EE 227 EE 264 EE 268 MA 237 MA 238 EG 270 Third Year

2 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ALABAMA ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (BS) - GENERAL TRACK 2 EE 321 EE 322 EE 331 EE 354 EE 368 EE 381 EE 328 EE 334 EE hrs EE 337 EE 365 EE 372 EE 385 Fourth Year***** EE 401 EG 231 Gen Ed Gen Ed Tech Elect** Tech Elect** Spring 13 EE 404 Tech Elect** Tech Elect** Senior Lab*** Gen Ed *Students with an adequate ACT/SAT score in English Composition will not be required to take EH 101 as a prerequisite to EH 102. **EE technical electives must be selected from Electrical Engineering courses carrying a 400 number and must include a twocourse concentration from the following concentration areas with permission of the student's advisor: Control Systems: EE 422, EE 423, EE 424, EE427, EE 438, and EE 468. Communications and Networks: EE 441, EE 444, EE 456, EE 471, and EE 473. Digital Systems: EE 438, EE 440, EE 441, EE 443, EE 454, EE 457, EE 465, EE 468 and EE 469. Electromagnetics and Optics: EE 450, EE 452, EE 453, EE 455, EE 456, EE 458, and EE 488. Electronics: EE 430, EE 431, EE 432, EE 438, EE 439, EE 455, EE 470, EE 482, and EE 486. Power Systems: EE 430, EE 445, EE 481, EE 482, EE 483, EE 484, EE 485, EE 486, EE 488, and EE 489. Students may also take EG 480 provided the concentration requirement is satisfied.

3 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ALABAMA ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (BS) - GENERAL TRACK 3 ***Senior Lab may be chosen from EE 425, EE 446 or EE 447. Note: 1. A student must complete EH 101, EH 102, MA 125, MA 126, CH 131, PH 201, CIS 210, and EE 220 with a minimum overall GPA of 2.0 to obtain PCS in the Electrical Engineering Program. A grade of C or better is required in EE 220 and CIS 210. A minimum GPA of 2.0 is required in English (EH 101 and EH 102) and basic science (CH 131 and PH 201) courses. 2. Appropriate software tools will be utilized in almost all EE courses. Graduation Plan 4 Year Curriculum Bachelor Of Science In Electrical Engineering - General Track Please see Program Flowchart for additional information. First Year CH 131* Chemistry I MA 125* Calculus I EH 101* Composition I EG 101 Freshman Seminar 2 hrs Gen Ed Fine Arts PH 201 Calculus Based Physics I MA 126 Calculus II EH 102* Composition II CIS 210 Introduction to C++ Programming Gen Ed Humanities (CA 110) Second Year Fall 17 PH 202 Calculus Based Physics II MA 227 Calculus III EE 220 Circuit Analysis EE 263 Digital Logic Design Gen Ed Literature (Prereq: EH 101 and EH 102) MA 238 Diff. Equations EE 223 Network Analysis

4 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ALABAMA ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (BS) - GENERAL TRACK 4 EE 227 Circuits and Devices Lab EE 268 Digital Logic Design Lab EE 264 Microproc. Systems and Interfacing MA 237 Linear Algebra I EG 270 Engr. Thermo-Dynamics Third Year EE322 Prob., Rand. Signals & Stat. Analysis EE 321 Signals and Systems EE 331 Physical Electronics EE 354 Electromagnetics I EE 381 Electromech. Energy Conv. EE 368 Microproc. Sys. & Inter. Laboratory EE 365 Digital Signal Processing EE 328 Feedback Control Systems EE 372 Intro. to Communications EE 355 Electromagnetics II 2 hrs EE 385 Energy Conversion Lab. EE 334 Analog and Digital Electronics EE 337 Electronics Laboratory Fourth Year Gen Ed History/SS Gen Ed History/SS EE/CSC 4XX Technical Elective EE/CSC 4XX Technical Elective EE 401 Intro. to ECE Design (W) (Fall) EG 231 Ethics and Engineering Economics Spring 13 Gen Ed History/SS

5 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ALABAMA ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (BS) - GENERAL TRACK 5 EE/CSC 4XX Technical Elective EE/CSC 4XX Technical Elective EE 4XXL Senior Technical Elective Lab EE 404 ECE Design (W) (Spring) Technical Elective Selection EE technical electives must be selected from Electrical Engineering courses carrying a 400 number and must include a twocourse concentration from the following concentration areas with permission of the student's advisor: Control Systems: EE 422, EE 423, EE 424, EE 427, EE438, EE 468 Communications and Networks: EE 441, EE 444, EE 456, EE 471, EE 473 Digital Systems: EE 438, EE 440*, EE 441, EE 443*, EE 454, EE 457, EE 465, EE 468, EE 469 Electromagnetics and Optics: EE 450, EE 452, EE 453, EE 455, EE 456, EE 458, EE 488 Electronics: EE 430, EE 431, EE 432, EE 438, EE 439, EE 455 EE 470, EE 482, EE 486 Power Systems: EE 430, EE 445, EE 481, EE 482, EE 483, EE 484, EE 485, EE 486, EE 488, EE 489 Other: EG 480 * Note: Credit for both EE 440 and EE 443 is not allowed. Senior Lab: Senior Lab may be selected from EE 425 or EE 447. Laptop Policy: Students enrolling in CIS 210 are required to own a personal laptop computer system that conforms to the current departmental minimum published standards. This is a one machine per student requirement. 5 Year Curriculum Bachelor Of Science In Electrical Engineering - General Track Please see Program Flowchart for additional information. First Year Fall 12 MA 112* Precal Algebra EH 101* Composition I Gen Ed History/SS Gen Ed Fine Arts Spring 16 CH 100* Fundamentals of Chem. MA 113* Precal Trig EH 102* Composition II Gen Ed History/SS Gen Ed Humanities (CA 110) Second Year Fall 13

6 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ALABAMA ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (BS) - GENERAL TRACK 6 CH 131* General Chemistry I MA 125* Calculus I Gen Ed Literature (Prereq: EH 101 and EH 102) EG 101 Intro to Eng. and Design 2 hrs Spring 14 PH 201 Calculus based Physics I MA 126 Calculus II EE 220 Circuit Analysis CIS 210 Introduction to C+ + Programming Third Year Fall 14 PH 202 Calculus Based Physics II MA 227 Calculus III EE 263 Digital Logic Design MA 237 Linear Algebra I Spring 14 MA 238 Diff. Equations EE 223 Network Analysis EE 227 Circuits and Devices Lab EE 268 Digital Logic Design Lab EE 264 Microproc. Systems and Interfacing EG 270 Engr. Thermo-Dynamics Fourth Year EE322 Prob., Rand. Signals & Stat. Analysis EE 321 Signals and Systems EE 331 Physical Electronics EE 354 Electromagnetics I EE 381 Electromech. Energy Conv. EE 368 Microproc. Sys. & Inter. Laboratory

7 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ALABAMA ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (BS) - GENERAL TRACK 7 EE 365 Digital Signal Processing EE 328 Feedback Control Systems EE 372 Intro. to Communications EE 355 Electromagnetics II 2 hrs EE 385 Energy Conversion Lab. EE 334 Analog and Digital Electronics EE 337 Electronics Laboratory Fifth Year Fall 12 EE/CSC 4XX Technical Elective EE 355 Electromagnetics II 2 hrs EE/CSC 4XX Technical Elective EE 401 Intro. to ECE Design (W) (Fall) EG 231 Ethics and Engineering Economics Spring 13 Gen Ed History/SS EE/CSC 4XX Technical Elective EE/CSC 4XX Technical Elective EE 4XXL Senior Technical Elective Lab EE 404 ECE Design (W) (Spring) Department Information Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Administrative Staff (251) Chair Professors Associate Professors Assistant Professors Emeritus Professors Part-time Instructor Mohammad Alam Alam, Steadman El-Sharkh, Khan, Russ, Sakla, Thomas Al-Assadi, Latif, Lazarou, Spencer Bosarge, Gungor, Hayes Gholson, Nicholson, Peirre Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering web site

8 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ALABAMA ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (BS) - GENERAL TRACK 8 The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers the Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) and a joint program with the School of Computer and Information Sciences leading to the Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BSCpE), both degrees being granted by the College of Engineering. The program educational objectives (PEOs) of the Electrical Engineering Degree Program are to produce graduates who, during their first few years after graduation, will: Achieve professional advancement with increasing responsibility and leadership Function effectively on multidisciplinary teams, and individually, to develop and apply electrical engineering solutions within a global, societal, and environmental context Communicate effectively and manage resources skillfully as members and leaders of their profession Attain professional competence through life-long learning such as advanced degrees, professional registration, and other professional activities The student outcomes (SOs) of the Electrical Engineering degree program are to produce graduates who at the time of graduation will have: a.a practical working knowledge of mathematical, scientific, and engineering principles in the field of electrical engineering. [Criterion 3(a)] b.the ability to plan and conduct experiments in electrical engineering science and design, as well as to analyze and interpret data. [Criterion 3(b)] c.an ability to design electrical systems, components, or processes to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability. [Criterion 3(c)] d.an ability to effectively participate in a multi-disciplinary team environment. [Criterion 3(d)] e.a capacity for problem identification, formulation, solution generation, and decision making. [Criterion 3(e)] f. An ability to make ethical decisions in professional life and to cultivate personal integrity. [Criterion 3(f)] (1) A capacity for effective graphical and oral communication. [Criterion 3(g)] (2) A capacity for effective written communication. [Criterion 3(g)] g.a broad education to understand the role and impact of the electrical engineering profession in a global, environmental, and societal context. [Criterion 3(h)] h.recognition of the need for and an ability to continue life-long learning. [Criterion 3(i)] i. Knowledge of the changing technological environment and its impact on contemporary issues. [Criterion 3(j)] j. An ability to use modern engineering techniques, instrumentation, and software tools to practice the electrical engineering profession. [Criterion 3(k)] k.an appreciation of the unique concerns regarding safety requirements when designing and working with electrical systems. Electrical Engineering is among the fastest evolving disciplines in our technological society. The engineering developments in electrical technology have provided, in a substantial way, for improvement in the standard of living of humanity. The domain of the electrical engineer reaches from massive electrical energy systems to microscopic integrated circuits; from life studies in bioengineering to satellite communications systems; and from the control of electromagnetic radiation to the control of information flow in a computer. The Computer Engineering program is geared to students who are interested in the design of digital computing systems, integrating both hardware and software design components. The highly diverse and rapidly evolving characteristics of these fields require a thorough understanding of fundamentals as well as flexibility in the design of individualized programs of study. Therefore, emphasis is placed on mathematics, physics, humanities, social sciences, basic sciences and engineering sciences during the first two years while sufficient flexibility is provided at the senior level to allow a student, in consultation with an advisor, to prepare a specialized course of study in two areas from the broad field of electrical and computer engineering. The program educational objectives (PEOs) of the Computer Engineering Degree Program are to produce graduates who, during their first few years after graduation, will: Achieve professional advancement with increasing responsibility and leadership. Function effectively on multidisciplinary teams, and individually, to develop and apply computer engineering solutions within a global, societal, and environmental context. Communicate effectively and manage resources skillfully as members and leaders of their profession. Attain professional competence through life-long learning such as advanced degrees, professional registration, and other professional activities. The student outcomes (SOs) of the Computer Engineering Degree program are to produce graduates who at the time of graduation will have:

9 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ALABAMA ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (BS) - GENERAL TRACK 9 a.a practical working knowledge of mathematical, scientific, and engineering principles in the field of computer engineering. [Criterion 3(a)] b.the ability to plan and conduct experiments in computer engineering science and design, as well as to analyze and interpret data. [Criterion 3(b)] c.an ability to design computer systems, components, or processes to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability. [Criterion 3(c)] d.an ability to effectively participate in a multi-disciplinary team environment. [Criterion 3(d)] e.a capacity for problem identification, formulation, solution generation, and decision making. [Criterion 3(e)] f. An ability to make ethical decisions in professional life and to cultivate personal integrity. [Criterion 3(f)] (1) A capacity for effective graphical and oral communication. [Criterion 3(g)] (2) A capacity for effective written communication. [Criterion 3(g)] g.a broad education to understand the role and impact of the computer engineering profession in a global, environmental, and societal context. [Criterion 3(h)] h.recognition of the need for and an ability to continue life-long learning. [Criterion 3(i)] i. Knowledge of the changing technological environment and its impact on contemporary issues. [Criterion 3(j)] j. An ability to use modern engineering techniques, instrumentation, and software tools to practice the computer engineering profession. [Criterion 3(k)] k.an appreciation of the unique concerns regarding safety requirements when designing and working with computer systems. In the Computer Engineering Degree Program, sequences of courses are chosen from Electrical and Computer Engineering and from Computer Science that produce an in-depth treatment of digital logic and systems theory. In addition, means are provided in both degree programs, through the Electrical and Computer Engineering Design Laboratory, for a student to pursue a design topic outside of, but related to, the formal course work. Students are required to take general education (GenEd) elective courses, in two broad areas: i. Literature, Humanities and Fine Arts, ii.history, Social, and Behavioral Sciences, provide breadth to the educational experience of Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering students. These electives must be planned, in consultation with an academic advisor, to reflect a rationale appropriate to the educational objectives of the Departmental Programs, while conforming strictly to the requirements of the Articulation and General Studies Committee of the State of Alabama. A minimum of 18 semester hours from areas (i) and (ii) above must be successfully completed. Moreover, in area (i), at least one course must be in literature and at least one must be in the arts; in area (ii), at least one course must be in history and at least one course must be from disciplines in the social and behavioral sciences. CA 110, Public Speaking is required for all Electrical and Computer Engineering students. Students in Electrical Engineering are required to become Student Members of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) when they enroll in EE 401 and EE 404. Students in Computer Engineering are required to become members of either the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) or the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) when they enroll in EE 401 and EE 404. Through participation in the activities of such technical organizations the student becomes aware of the activities of electrical and computer engineers in society. An excellent opportunity is provided to students for contact with practicing professionals as well as fellow students. Any Electrical and Computer Engineering student interested in pursuing a career in medicine or bioengineering should consult with an advisor for an appropriate sequence of courses which will meet the minimum requirements for entry into a medical school or the necessary life sciences background to enter a graduate program in bioengineering. The attainment of the BSEE or the BSCpE degree will allow the graduate to enter the professions of electrical engineering or computer engineering directly, or to continue his/her education at the graduate level.

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