The ECE curriculum is designed to offer an education in three areas - foundational sciences, primary focus areas and technical electives. Students creating a course schedule following this program receive a well-balanced perspective of the world’s challenges and the industry’s role in contributing to advancements while gaining experience in their preferred area of research.
As part of the program, students must follow a strict policy of academic integrity.
|Course Number||Course Name||Instructor|
|EE 212||Quantum Electron Transport||Lake|
|EE 217||GPU Architcture and Programming||Wong|
|EE 226||Wireless Communications||Hua|
|EE 232||Introduction to Smart Grid||Mohsenian-Rad|
|EE 237||Nonlinear Systemts and Control||W.Ren|
|EE 240||Pattern Recognition||Asif|
|EE 243||Advanced Computer Vision||Roy-Chowdhury|
|EE 245||Advanced Robotics||Karydis|
|EE 250||Information Theory||Tuncel|
|EE 260A||Big Data Analytics in Smart Grid||Nanpeng Yu|
|EE 260F||Seminar in Electrical Engineering||Mihri Ozkan|
|EE 260G||Seminar in Electrical Engineering||Cheng|
|EE 260H||Introduction to Deep Learning||Oymak|