Program Requirements

Legend:
Boldface indicates that course counts towards core GPA.
* indicates that course requires a "C-" or better to continue to the next course.
^ indicates that a student may get a "D" as a graduation requirement, BUT, if used as a prerequisite or corequisite of an electrical engineering course, the course(s) must be completed with a “C-” or better.

 

Mathematics - 15 Credits

 

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4

 

Math*

 

2640

 

Calculus and Analytic Geometry I

 

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4

 

Math*

 

2740

 

Calculus and Analytic Geometry II

 

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4

 

Math*

 

2840

 

Calculus and Analytic Geometry III

 

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3

 

Math*

 

3630

 

Differential Equations

 

Basic Sciences - 17 Credits

 

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5

 

Chem

 

1450

 

Chemistry for Engineers

 

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4

 

Phys

 

2240

 

General Physics I

 

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4

 

Phys*

 

2340

 

General Physics II

 

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4

 

Phys^

 

3140

 

Modern Physics

 

UW Platteville requirements ---25/34 Credits

 

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3

 

Engl

 

1130

 

Freshman Composition I

 

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3

 

Engl

 

1230

 

Freshman Composition II

 

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2

 

Speech

 

1010

 

Public Speaking (Speech 1010, 1250, 2250 or 3250)

 

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1

 

HHP

 

1000

 

Fitness Assessment

 

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1

 

HHP

 

1xxx

 

Phy. Ed. Activity

 

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3

 

Phil

 

2540

 

Science, Technology and Ethics (Humanities Elective)

 

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3

 

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Fine Arts Elective

 

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3

 

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Historical Perspective Elective

 

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3

 

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Social Science Elective

 

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3

 

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Social Science Elective

 

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3

 

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International Education/Exchange

 

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3

 

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Ethnic Studies

 

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3

 

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Gender Studies

 

College of EMS requirements and other courses in EMS -- 13 Credits

 

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1

 

GE

 

1030

 

Intro. to Engineering Projects

 

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2

 

GE

 

2820

 

Engineering Economy 

 

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3

 

COSC

 

1430

 

Programming in C++

 

 

 

Engineering Sciences Electives -- 6 Credits

 

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3

 

GE

 

2130

 

Statics

 

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2

 

GE

 

2220

 

Dynamics

 

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3

 

GE

 

2230

 

Dynamics

 

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4

 

GE

 

2340

 

Mechanics of Materials

 

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3

 

GE

 

2630

 

Basic Thermoscience

 

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3

 

ME

 

2630

 

Thermodynamics

 

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3

 

MSNT

 

3940

 

Principles and Applications of Nanotechnology

 

Electrical Engineering - Required Courses - 27 Credits

 

Design

 

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1

 

EE*

 

1020

 

Electrical Engineering Projects and Tools

 

None

 

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3

 

EE*

 

1210

 

Circuit Modeling I

 

None

 

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4

 

EE*

 

2210

 

Circuit Modeling II

 

Low

 

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4

 

EE*

 

2220

 

Signals and Systems

 

Medium

 

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4

 

EE*

 

3020

 

Analog Electronics

 

Medium

 

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4

 

EE*

 

3140

 

Electric and Magnetic Fields

 

None

 

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3

 

EE*

 

3210

 

Engineering Computation

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4

 

EE*

 

3770

 

Logic and Digital Design

 

Medium

 

Electrical Engineering - Professional Emphasis Courses - 24 Credits

 

Design

 

Each student shall complete a total of 24 credits from the list below.  At least two of the courses must come from the following list of culminating design experience courses: EE 4260, EE 4350, EE 4450, or EE 4750 (all have asterisks below).  Each student shall have at least one emphasis as defined in the divisions below.  The emphasis is completed by taking 4 more credits at the 4000 level in the chosen emphasis.  No more than 4 credits of independent study may be used to complete the required 24 credits.

 

Communications and Electronics Emphasis

 

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4

 

EE^

 

3130

 

Solid State Electronic Devices

 

None

 

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4

 

EE

 

4040

 

Analog IC Design

 

Medium

 

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4

 

EE

 

4060

 

Electronic Communication

 

High

 

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4

 

EE

 

4260

 

Measurement and Instrumentation

 

High

 

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4

 

EE^

 

4430

 

Power Electronics & Electrical Machines

 

High

 

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EE

 

4980

 

Current Topics in Electrical Engineering

 

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EE

 

4990

 

Independent Study

 

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Computer Engineering Emphasis

 

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4

 

EE^

 

3780

 

Introduction to Microprocessors

 

Medium

 

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4

 

EE

 

4720

 

Microcomputer Architecture and Interfacing

 

High

 

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4

 

EE

 

4750

 

Advanced Digital Design

 

High

 

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EE

 

4980

 

Current Topics is Electrical Engineering

 

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EE

 

4990

 

Independent Study

 

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Controls Emphasis

 

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4

 

EE^

 

3320

 

Automatic Controls

 

Medium

 

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4

 

EE

 

4310

 

Modern Control Systems

 

High

 

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4

 

EE

 

4320

 

Digital Signal Processing

 

High

 

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4

 

EE

 

4350

 

Discrete Time Control Systems

 

High

 

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EE

 

4980

 

Current Topics is Electrical Engineering

 

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EE

 

4990

 

Independent Study

 

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Power and Energy Emphasis

 

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4

 

EE^

 

3410

 

Electrical Power Engineering

 

Low

 

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4

 

EE

 

4430

 

Power Electronics and Electrical Machines

 

High

 

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4

 

EE

 

4440

 

Electric Motor Drives

 

High

 

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4

 

EE

 

4450

 

Power Systems Analysis and Design

 

High

 

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EE

 

4980

 

Current Topics is Electrical Engineering

 

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EE

 

4990

 

Independent Study

 

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  • A grade of “D” is allowed in any other 4000-level course in electrical engineering.

     

  • Students must also have an average G.P.A. of 2.00 or higher in electrical engineering courses.

     

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