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The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 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.

The Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Electrical Engineering are designed to introduce the latest research and applications in a wide variety of areas. Students are encouraged to promote interdisciplinary collaboration with engagement from other departments and colleges on campus, universities throughout the world, and business leaders in various fields of industry.

As part of the program, students must follow a strict policy of academic integrity.

 

Fall 2019

  • Undergraduate
    Course Number Course Description Instructor
    EE 001A Engineering Circuit Analysis I El-Sherief
    EE 001B Engineering Circuit Analysis II El-Sherief
    EE 010 Introduction to Electrical Engineering  Chomko
    EE 020 Linear Methods for Engineering Analysis and Design Using MATLAB Lindsey
    EE 100B Electronic Circuits M.Liu
    EE 110A Signals and Systems S.Ren
    EE 115 Introduction to Communication Systems Dumer
    EE 116 Engineering Electromagnetics Khitun
    EE 120A Logic Design  Cook and Sadiqbatcha
    EE 128 Data Acquisition, Instrumentation, and Process Control Chomko
    EE 133  Solid-State Electronics  Chen
    EE 139 Magnetic Materials Ozkan
    EE 141 Digital Signal Processing Tuncel
    EE 142   Pattern Recognition and Analysis of Sensor Data Asif
    EE 144 Introduction to Robotics Karydis
    EE 175A Senior Design Project Chomko
    EE 175A Senior Design Project Cybart
    EE 175A Senior Design Project Roy-Chowdhury
    ENGR 108 Technology in Premodern Civilizations Heidarzadeh
    ENGR 160 Introduction to Engineering Optimization Techniques Mohsenian-Rad
  • Graduate
    Course Number Course Description Instructor
    EE 201 Applied Quantum Mechanics Lake
    EE 206 Nanoscale Characterization Techniques J.Liu
    EE 215 Stochastic Processes Oymak
    EE 217 GPU Architecture and Parallel Programming Abu-Ghazaleh
    EE 224 Digital Communication Theory and Systems Hua
    EE 230 Mathematical Methods for Electrical Engineers Cheng
    EE 244 Computational Learning Bhanu
    EE 252 Data Center Architecture S. Ren

Winter 2020

This is a tentative course listing that is subject to change.

  • Undergraduate
    Course Number Course Description Instructor
    EE 001A Engineering Circuit Analysis I Ozkan
    EE 001B Engineering Circuit Analysis II Khitun
    EE 005 Circuits and Electronics Chomko
    EE 105 Modeling and Simulation of Dynamic Systems  Farrell
    EE 110A Signals and Systems Chomko
    EE 110B Signals and Systems Hua
    EE 111 Digital and Analog Signals and Systems S.Ren
    EE 114 Probability, Random Variables, and Random Processes in Electrical Engineering  Oymak
    EE 120A Logic Design Cook and Sadiqbatcha
    EE 136 Semiconductor Device Processing J.Liu
    EE 137 Introduction to Semiconductor Optoelectronic Devices  Ozkan
    EE 146 Computer Vision Bhanu
    EE 151 Introduction to Digital Control W.Ren
    EE 168 Introduction to Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Design Tan
    EE 175B Senior Design Project Chomko
    EE 175B Senior Design Project Cybart
    EE 175B Senior Design Project Karydis
    ENGR 108 Technology in Premodern Civilizations Heidarzadeh
    ENGR 109 Technology in Modern Europe and America, 1700-Present  Heidarzadeh
  • Graduate
    Course Number Course Description Instructor
    EE 202 Fundamentals of Semiconductors and Nanostructures Lake
    EE 204 Advanced Electromagnetics M.Liu
    EE 205 Optoelectronics and Photonic Devices J.Liu
    EE 213 Computer-Aided Electronic Circuit Simulation Tan
    EE 220 Applied Ferromagnetism Cheng
    EE 226 Wireless Communications Hua
    EE 231 Convex Optimization in Engineering Applications Mohsenian-Rad
    EE 235 Linear System Theory W.Ren
    EE 236 State and Parameter Estimation Theory Farrell
    EE 241 Advanced Digital Image Processing Asif
    EE 253 Electric Power Distribution Systems Yu
    EE 255 Real-Time Embedded Systems Kim
    EE 260 Seminar in Electrical Engineering Tseng

Spring 2020

This is a tentative course listing that is subject to change.

  • Undergraduate
    Course Number Course Description Instructor
    EE 001A Engineering Circuit Analysis I J.Liu
    EE 003 Electronics, Smartphones, and Mobile Internet Khitun
    EE 020 Linear Methods for Engineering Analysis and Design Using MATLAB Cheng
    EE 110B Signals and Systems Chomko 
    EE 114 Probability, Random Variables, and Random Processes in Electrical Engineering  Yu
    EE 120A Logic Design Tseng
    EE 128 Data Acquisition, Instrumentation, and Process Control  Chomko
    EE 132 Automatic Control  W.Ren
    EE 133  Solid-State Electronics  Lake
    EE 138 Electrical Properties of Materials Balandin
    EE 141 Digital Signal Processing Hua
    EE 147 Graphics Processing Unit Computing and Programming Chou
    EE 152 Digital Image Processing Bhanu
    EE 155 Power System Analysis Yu
    EE 162 Introduction to Nanoelectronics  Khitun
    ENGR 108 Techology in Premodern Civilizations Heidarzadeh
    ENGR 109 Technology in Modern Europe and America, 1700-Present  Heidarzadeh
    ENGR 181W Technical Communications and Documentation Heidarzadeh
  • Graduate
    Course Number Course Description Instructor
    EE 203 Solid-State Devices Khitun
    EE 216 Nanoscale Phonon Engineering Chen
    EE 225 Error-Correcting Codes Dumer
    EE 237 Nonlinear Systems and Control W.Ren
    EE 240 Pattern Recognition  Asif
    EE 243 Advanced Computer Vision Roy-Chowdhury
    EE 246 Intelligent Transportation Systems Barth
    EE 250 Information Theory Tuncel
    EE 260H Seminar in Electrical Engineering Oymak
    EE 260E Seminar in Electrical Engineering Tan
    EE 260F Seminar in Electrical Engineering Ozkan
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