Electrical engineering majors are required to take one mathematics elective course from the following list. There are no hidden prerequisites for these courses for EE majors: prerequisite courses, if any, are also required courses within the EE curriculum.
Enrollment into courses will be based on sufficient resources, including faculty availability and student demand.
EE and CPE students should note that after meeting the ECE mathematics requirements, it only takes 2 more math courses (at or above the 3000 level) to get a math minor.
Mathematics Electives for Students Graduating in 2007
3034 - Introduction to Proofs (Limited availability due to course restrictions.)
3214 - Calculus of Several Variables
3224 - Advanced Calculus
3414 - Numerical Methods
4225 - Elementary Real Analysis
4445 - Introduction to Numerical Analysis
4446 - Introdution to Numerical Analysis
4514 - Applied Algebra
4525 - Principles of Advanced Calculus
4554 - Numerical Methods for Engineers
4564 - Operational Methods for Engineers
4574 - Vector and Complex Analysis for Engineers