Electrical and Computer Engineering

101. Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering. (1)


131. Programming Fundamentals. (3)


203. Circuit Analysis I. (3)


206L. Instrumentation. (2)


213. Circuit Analysis II. (3)


231. Intermediate Programming and Engineering Problem Solving. (3)


238L. Computer Logic Design. (4)


**314. Signals and Systems. (3)


**321L. Electronics I. (4)


**322L. Electronics II. (4)


330. Software Design. (3)


**331. Data Structures and Algorithms. (3)


**335. Integrated Software Systems. (3)


**337. Introduction to Computer Architecture and Organization. (3)


**338. Intermediate Logic Design. (3)


**340. Probabilistic Methods in Engineering. (3)


341. Introduction to Communication Systems. (3)


**344L. Microprocessors. (4)


345. Introduction to Control Systems. (3)


**360. Electromagnetic Fields and Waves. (3)


**371. Materials and Devices. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)


381. Introduction to Electric Power Systems. (3)


412. Introduction to Computer Graphics: Scanline Algorithms. (3)


413. Introduction to Ray and Vector Graphics. (3)


419. Senior Design I. (3)


420. Senior Design II. (3)


421 / 523. Analog Electronics. (3)


*424. Digital VLSI Design. (3)


*432. Introduction to Parallel Processing. (3)


**435. Software Engineering. (3)


*437. Computer Operating Systems. (3)


*438. Design of Computers. (3)


*439. Introduction to Digital Signal Processing. (3)


*440. Introduction to Computer Networks. (3)


*442. Introduction to Wireless Communications. (3)


*443. Hardware Design with VHDL. (3)


*446. Design of Feedback Control Systems. (3)


448 / 548. Fuzzy Logic with Applications. (3)


460 / 560. Introduction to Microwave Engineering. (3)


*463. Advanced Optics I. (3)


*464. Laser Physics. (3)


469 / 569. Antennas for Wireless Communication Systems. (3)


*471. Materials and Devices II. (3)


474L / 574L. Microelectronics Processing. (3)


*475. Introduction to Electro-Optics and Opto-Electronics. (3)


482 / 582. Electric Drives and Transformers. (3)


483 / 583. Power Electronics. (3)


484 / 584. Photovoltaics. (3)


488 / 588. Smart Grid Technologies [Future Energy Systems]. (3)


490. Internship. (3)


491. Undergraduate Problems. (1-6 to a maximum of 6 Δ)


493. Honors Seminar. (1-3)


494. Honors Individual Study. (1-6)


495 / 595. Special Topics. (1-4 to a maximum of 9, 1-4 to a maximum of 15 Δ)


500. Theory of Linear Systems. (3)


506. Optimization Theory. (3)


510. Medical Imaging. (3)


511. Analysis Methods in Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging. (3)


512. Advanced Image Synthesis. (3)


514. Nonlinear and Adaptive Control. (3)


516. Computer Vision. (3)


517. Pattern Recognition. (3)


518. Synthesis of Nanostructures. (3)


519. Theory, Fabrication, and Characterization of Nano and Microelectromechanical Systems (NEMS/MEMS). (4)


520. VLSI Design. (3)


522. Hardware Software Codesign with FPGAs. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)


523 / 421. Analog Electronics. (3)


525. Hardware-Oriented Security and Trust. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)


528. Embedded Systems Architecture. (3)


533. Digital Image Processing. (3)


534. Plasma Physics I. (3)


536. Computer System Software. (3)


537. Foundations of Computing. (3)


538. Advanced Computer Architecture. (3)


539. Digital Signal Processing. (3)


540. Advanced Networking Topics. (3)


541. Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes. (3)


542. Digital Communication Theory. (3)


546. Multivariable Control Theory. (3)


547. Neural Networks. (3)


548 / 448. Fuzzy Logic with Applications. (3)


549. Information Theory and Coding. (3)


550. Social and Ethical Issues in Nanotechnology. (1-3)


551. Problems. (1-6 to a maximum of 9 Δ)


554. Advanced Optics II. (3)


555. Foundations of Engineering Electromagnetics. (3)


557. Pulsed Power and Charged Particle Acceleration. (3)


558. Charged Particle Beams and High Power Microwaves. (3)


559. Internship in Optical Science and Engineering. (3)


560 / 460. Introduction to Microwave Engineering. (3)


561. Engineering Electromagnetics. (3)


563. Computational Methods for Electromagnetics. (3)


564. Guided Wave Optics. (3)


565. Optical Communication Components and Subsystems. (3)


566. Advanced Optical Subsystems and Networks. (3)


569 / 469. Antennas for Wireless Communications Systems. (3)


570. Optoelectronic Semiconductor Materials and Devices. (3)


572. Semiconductor Physics. (3)


574L / 474L. Microelectronics Processing. (3)


576. Modern VLSI Devices. (3)


577. Fundamentals of Semiconductor LEDs and Lasers. (3)


578. Advanced Semiconductor Lasers. (3)


580. Advanced Plasma Physics. (3)


581. Colloidal Nanocrystals for Biomedical Applications. (3)


582 / 482. Electric Drives and Transformers. (3)


583 / 483. Power Electronics. (3)


584 / 484. Photovoltaics. (3)


585. Modern Manufacturing Methods. (3)


586. Design for Manufacturability. (3)


588 / 488. Smart Grid Technologies [Future Energy Systems]. (3)


590. Graduate Seminar. (1 to a maximum of 2 Δ)


591. Integrating Nanotechnology with Cell Biology and Neuroscience Seminar. (1, no limit Δ)


594. Complex Systems Theory. (3)


595 / 495. Special Topics. (1-4 to a maximum of 15, 1-4 to a maximum of 9 Δ)


599. Master's Thesis. (1-6, no limit Δ)


620. Topics in Interdisciplinary Biological and Biomedical Sciences. (3, unlimited Δ)


633. Advanced Topics in Image Processing. (3 to a maximum of 9 Δ)


637. Topics in Algorithms. (3 to a maximum of 9 Δ)


638. Topics in Architecture and Systems. (3 to a maximum of 9 Δ)


642. Detection and Estimation Theory. (3)


649. Topics in Control Systems. (3 to a maximum of 9 Δ)


651. Problems. (1-6 to a maximum of 9 Δ)


661. Topics in Electromagnetics. (3)


699. Dissertation. (3-12, no limit Δ)


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