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The educational objectives of the electrical engineering undergraduate program are to produce graduates who, within a few years of graduation, will:
- Demonstrate professional advancement as productive practicing engineers who continuously develop their technical expertise, as demanded by the rapidly changing technologies.
- Attain enhanced and broadened knowledge via graduate education in either engineering or other fields such as science, mathematics, business, medicine, and law.
These objectives are consistent with the mission of the University of Colorado Denver, congruent with the goals of the College of Engineering, Design and Computing and reflective of the mission of the Department of Electrical Engineering.
- This is an on-campus program.
Declaring This Major
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To earn a degree, students must satisfy all requirements in each of the areas below, in addition to their individual major requirements.
- CU Denver General Graduation Requirements
- CU Denver Core Curriculum
- College of Engineering, Design and Computing Graduation Requirements
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- The particular curriculum to be satisfied by each student is the one published in the catalog current at the time of the student's 30-hour senior checkout.
- A graduation agreement should be requested by each student before completing registration for the student's last semester.
- All electrical engineering students must satisfactorily complete ELEC 4309 Senior Design Project I and ELEC 4319 Senior Design Project II in consecutive semesters.
- Students must maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA in all courses applying to major requirements.
- Students must maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA in all ELEC courses attempted.
|ENGR 1200||Fundamentals of Engineering Design Innovation||3|
|ELEC 1510||Digital Logic||3|
|ELEC 1520||Programming for Electrical Engineers||3|
|ELEC 2132||Circuit Analysis I||3|
|ELEC 2142||Circuit Analysis II||3|
|ELEC 2520||Embedded Systems||3|
|ELEC 2531||Logic Laboratory||1|
|ELEC 2651||Signal Processing||3|
|ELEC 3133||Electromagnetic Fields||3|
|ELEC 3164||Energy Systems||3|
|ELEC 3316||Signals and Systems||3|
|ELEC 3520||Intelligent Systems: IoT & Cyber-Physical Systems||3|
|ELEC 3701||Machine Learning for Engineers||3|
|ELEC 3724||Energy Systems Laboratory||1|
|ELEC 3817||Engineering Probability and Statistics||3|
|ELEC 3900||Circuit Design and Fabrication Laboratory||3|
|ELEC 4309||Senior Design Project I 1||3|
|ELEC 4319||Senior Design Project II 1||3|
|ENGR 3400||Technology and Culture||3|
|Select one course 2||3|
|Select seventeen semester hours from the following lists. At least two laboratories with an associated lecture course must be completed.||17|
|Control Systems Analysis|
|Digital Control Systems|
|Control Systems Laboratory|
|Adaptive Control System Design|
|Micro-Electronics and VLSI|
|VLSI Circuit Simulation|
|Computer Methods for Device Electronics|
|Digital Communication Systems|
|Fields, Waves and Optics|
|Advanced Electromagnetic Fields|
|Introduction to Microwave Circuit Design|
|Introduction to Computational Electromagnetics|
|Radio Frequency Laboratory|
|Computer Engineering and Embedded System Design|
|Microprocessor Based Design|
|High Performance Computer Architecture|
|Energy and Power Systems|
|Electric Drive Systems|
|Electric Drive Systems Laboratory|
|Power Electronic Systems|
|Power Systems Analysis|
|Power Systems Laboratory|
|Power Electronics Laboratory|
|MATH 1401||Calculus I||4|
|MATH 2411||Calculus II||4|
|MATH 2421||Calculus III||4|
& MATH 3200
|Applied Linear Algebra|
and Elementary Differential Equations
|or MATH 3195||Linear Algebra and Differential Equations|
|ENGR 1130||Chemistry for Engineers||5|
|PHYS 2311||General Physics I: Calculus-Based||4|
|PHYS 2321||Intro Experimental Phys Lab I||1|
|PHYS 2331||General Physics II: Calculus-Based||4|
|PHYS 2341||Intro Experimental Phys Lab II (optional)||1|
Effective Spring 2020: Senior Design I will be offered only during fall semesters; Senior Design II will be offered only during spring semesters.
Professional electives may be selected from an approved list of upper-division or graduate-level courses or cooperative education. The electrical engineering advisor must be consulted prior to the selection of these electives.
To review the Degree Map for this program, please visit our website.