# Computer Engineering and Physics, BSCompE

Complete all courses listed below unless otherwise indicated. Also complete any corequisite labs, recitations, clinicals, or tools courses where specified and complete any additional courses needed beyond specific college and major requirements to satisfy graduation credit requirements.

## University-Wide Requirements

All undergraduate students are required to complete the University-Wide Requirements.

## NUpath Requirements

All undergraduate students are required to complete the NUpath Requirements.

## Major GPA Requirement

2.000 minimum GPA required in EECE courses

## Mathematics/Science Requirement

Complete 63 semester hours in mathematics and science as indicated below.

Code | Title | Hours |
---|---|---|

Required Mathematics/Science | ||

CHEM 1151 and CHEM 1153 | General Chemistry for Engineers and Recitation for CHEM 1151 | 4 |

CS 1800 and CS 1801 | Discrete Structures and Recitation for CS 1800 | 4 |

MATH 1341 | Calculus 1 for Science and Engineering | 4 |

MATH 1342 | Calculus 2 for Science and Engineering | 4 |

MATH 2321 | Calculus 3 for Science and Engineering | 4 |

MATH 2341 | Differential Equations and Linear Algebra for Engineering | 4 |

MATH 3081 | Probability and Statistics | 4 |

Complete one of the following: | 5 | |

Physics 1 and Lab for PHYS 1161 | ||

Physics for Engineering 1 and Lab for PHYS 1151 and Interactive Learning Seminar for PHYS 1151 | ||

Complete one of the following: | 5 | |

Physics 2 and Lab for PHYS 1165 | ||

Physics for Engineering 2 and Lab for PHYS 1155 and Interactive Learning Seminar for PHYS 1155 | ||

PHYS 2303 | Modern Physics | 4 |

PHYS 2305 | Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics | 4 |

PHYS 3600 | Advanced Physics Laboratory | 4 |

PHYS 3602 | Electricity and Magnetism | 4 |

PHYS 5115 | Quantum Mechanics | 4 |

Advanced Physics Elective | ||

Complete one of the following: | 4 | |

Mathematical and Computational Methods for Physics | ||

Biological Physics 1 | ||

Medical Physics | ||

Medical Physics Seminar 1 | ||

Medical Physics Seminar 2 | ||

Astrophysics and Cosmology | ||

Introduction to Particle and Nuclear Physics | ||

Physics of Advanced Materials | ||

Complex Networks and Applications | ||

Introduction to Nanoscience and Nanotechnology | ||

Supplemental Credit | ||

1 semester hour from the following course counts toward the mathematics/science requirement: | 1 | |

Cornerstone of Engineering 2 |

## Engineering

Complete 48 semester hours in engineering as indicated below.

Code | Title | Hours |
---|---|---|

Required Courses | ||

EECE 2150 and EECE 2151 | Circuits and Signals: Biomedical Applications and Lab for EECE 2150 | 5 |

EECE 2160 and EECE 2161 | Embedded Design Enabling Robotics and Lab for EECE 2160 | 4 |

Computer Engineering Fundamentals | ||

EECE 2322 and EECE 2323 | Fundamentals of Digital Design and Computer Organization and Lab for EECE 2322 | 5 |

EECE 2540 | Fundamentals of Networks | 4 |

EECE 2560 | Fundamentals of Engineering Algorithms | 4 |

Electrical Engineering Fundamentals | ||

If more than one electrical engineering fundamentals course is taken, it can count as a technical elective. | ||

Complete one of the following: | 4 | |

Fundamentals of Electronics and Lab for EECE 2412 | ||

Fundamentals of Linear Systems | ||

Fundamentals of Electromagnetics and Lab for EECE 2530 | ||

Capstone Courses | ||

EECE 4790 | Electrical and Computer Engineering Capstone 1 | 4 |

EECE 4792 | Electrical and Computer Engineering Capstone 2 | 4 |

Technical Electives | ||

Complete two of the following: | 8 | |

Enabling Engineering | ||

Hyperspectral Imaging in an International Context | ||

Independent Study | ||

Sustainable Energy: Materials, Conversion, Storage, and Usage | ||

Nanotechnology in Engineering | ||

Database Design | ||

Object-Oriented Design | ||

Supplemental Credit | ||

3 semester hours from the following course count toward the engineering requirement: | 3 | |

Cornerstone of Engineering 1 | ||

2 semester hours from the following course count toward the engineering requirement: | 2 | |

Cornerstone of Engineering 2 |

## Professional Development

Code | Title | Hours |
---|---|---|

Required Professional Development | ||

GE 1000 | Introduction to the Study of Engineering | 1 |

EECE 2000 | Introduction to Engineering Co-op Education | 1 |

EECE 3000 | Professional Issues in Engineering | 1 |

Additional Required Courses | ||

One credit hour from each of the following courses counts toward the engineering requirement: | 2 | |

Cornerstone of Engineering 1 | ||

Cornerstone of Engineering 2 |

## Integrative Requirement

The following course, which counts toward the engineering requirement above, is an integrative course:

Code | Title | Hours |
---|---|---|

EECE 4790 | Electrical and Computer Engineering Capstone 1 | 4 |

## Additional NUpath Courses

Code | Title | Hours |
---|---|---|

Writing | ||

A grade of C or higher is required: | ||

ENGW 1111 | First-Year Writing | 4 |

ENGW 3302 | Advanced Writing in the Technical Professions | 4 |

or ENGW 3315 | Interdisciplinary Advanced Writing in the Disciplines | |

NUpath Requirements through General Electives | ||

NUpath requirements Interpreting Culture (IC), Societies and Institutions (SI), and Differences and Diversity (DD) are not explicitly satisfied by required engineering courses. Students are responsible for satisfying these requirements through general electives. |

## Required General Electives

Complete two academic, nonremedial, nonrepetitve courses, each equivalent to 4 semester hours.

## Course Work That Does Not Count Toward the Engineering Degree

Students in engineering are allowed to count a maximum of two pass/fail courses toward their degree program. Only general electives outside the College of Engineering may be taken on a pass/fail grading basis. A maximum of one pass/fail course is allowed per semester.

## Program Requirement

131 total semester hours required

## Five Years, Three Co-ops in Summer 2/Fall

Year 1 | |||||||
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Fall | Hours | Spring | Hours | Summer 1 | Hours | Summer 2 | Hours |

MATH 1341 (FQ) | 4 | MATH 1342 (FQ) | 4 | Vacation | 0 | Vacation | 0 |

CHEM 1151 | 4 | PHYS 1165 (ND) | 4 | ||||

CHEM 1153 | 0 | PHYS 1166 (AD) | 1 | ||||

PHYS 1161 (ND) | 4 | GE 1502 (ER) | 4 | ||||

PHYS 1162 (AD) | 1 | ||||||

GE 1000 | 1 | ||||||

GE 1501 | 4 | ||||||

ENGW 1111 (WF) | 4 | ||||||

22 | 13 | 0 | 0 | ||||

Year 2 | |||||||

Fall | Hours | Spring | Hours | Summer 1 | Hours | Summer 2 | Hours |

MATH 2321 (FQ) | 4 | PHYS 2305 (ND) | 4 | Vacation | 0 | Co-op | 0 |

MATH 2341 | 4 | EECE 2000 | 1 | ||||

PHYS 2303 (ND) | 4 | EECE 2150 | 4 | ||||

EECE 2160 | 3 | EECE 2151 (AD) | 1 | ||||

EECE 2161 (WI) | 1 | CE fundamentals | 4 | ||||

CS 1800 (FQ) | 4 | ||||||

CS 1801 | 0 | ||||||

16 | 18 | 0 | 0 | ||||

Year 3 | |||||||

Fall | Hours | Spring | Hours | Summer 1 | Hours | Summer 2 | Hours |

Co-op | 0 | PHYS 3602 (ND) | 4 | PHYS 3600 (ND, AD< WI) | 4 | Co-op | 0 |

EE fundamentals | 4 | General elective | 4 | ||||

CE fundamentals | 5 | ||||||

ENGW 3302 (WD) | 4 | ||||||

0 | 17 | 8 | 0 | ||||

Year 4 | |||||||

Fall | Hours | Spring | Hours | Summer 1 | Hours | Summer 2 | Hours |

Co-op | 0 | PHYS 5115 (ND, FQ) | 4 | EECE 4790 (EI, WI, CE) | 4 | Co-op | 0 |

EECE 3000 | 1 | EECE technical elective | 4 | ||||

CE fundamentals | 4 | ||||||

MATH 3081 (AD) | 4 | ||||||

General elective | 4 | ||||||

0 | 17 | 8 | 0 | ||||

Year 5 | |||||||

Fall | Hours | Spring | Hours | ||||

Co-op | 0 | EECE 4792 (EI, WI, CE) | 4 | ||||

EECE technical elective | 4 | ||||||

PHYS advanced elective | 4 | ||||||

0 | 12 | ||||||

Total Hours: 131 |