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ECE: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Accredited by ABET
Undergraduate Programs

ECE Courses for Non-Majors


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For current prerequisites for a particular course, view the course description in the timetables.


Registering for restricted ECE Courses as a non-major

ECE offers the following courses for non-majors, to provide students from other fields the basic understanding of electrical and computer engineering principles. Other courses are cross-listed with participating departments.

ECE 3054
Electrical Theory

For students in curricula other than electrical and computer engineering. Fundamentals of electric circuits: circuit laws and network theorems, response of first and second order systems, power calculations, and magnetic circuits.

Taught for non-majors. Typically offered Fall/ Spring/ Summer I. (3C)

Prerequisites: PHYS 2306 Foundations of Physics. Corequisites: MATH 2214 Differential Equations

ECE 3254
Industrial Electronics

For students in curricula other than electrical and computer engineering. Fundamentals of electronics, including basic device principles. Circuit applications include digital, op-amp, and analog analysis for industrial applications.

Taught for non-majors. Typically offered Fall/Spring/Summer II. (3C)

Prerequisites: ECE 3054 Electrical Theory