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Electrical Engineering

J. Helferty, Chair and Program Coordinator
(215) 204-7597, Rm. 712

Program Goals, Objectives and Design Integration:

The objective of the electrical and computer engineering program is to prepare students for careers as practicing engineers in areas such as electrical and electronic circuits, digital logic design, control systems, microprocessor applications, and analog and digital communications. These careers are in applications, development, research, and design project supervision. In addition, a recent objective of the program is to prepare students for a career in the area of computer engineering as it relates to the design of integrated software/hardware systems with both high and low level computer systems programming and applications to electrical systems. This is currently attained through the development of a computer engineering option within electrical engineering, where the curriculum for the option has been developed in conjunction with the Computer and Information Sciences (CIS) department at Temple University.

Most technical courses in this program are offered during the day only.

Foundation Science and Math Courses in Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering Option (29 s.h.)

Required Communications, Humanities, and Social Science and Computer Engineering Option (27 s.h.)

Required Engineering Courses for Electrical Engineering  (70 s.h.)

Computer Engineering Option:

Total Hours for Computer Engineering Option: 130 s.h.
(Other required courses for this option are listed above with Electrical Engineering Major Requirements Science and Math / Communications, Humanities, and Social Science)

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