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Current Course Schedule

EEEN Courses1201 Introduction to Electrical Engineering. (ENGR 1201)

2323 Network Analysis I. 3(3-0)

2340 (Formerly EEEN 3338). Digital Logic Design. 3(3-0)

3112 Electronic Devices and Circuits Laboratory I. 1(0-3)

3133 Electrical Engineering Laboratory. 1(0-3)

3212 Circuits and Electronics Lab. 2(1-3)

3321 Network Analysis II. 3(3-0)

3324 Electromagnetics. 3(3-0)

3325 Electronics I. 3(3-0)

3326 Elements of Dynamic Systems. 3(3-0)

3331 Circuits and Electromagnetic Devices. 3(3-0)

3332 Electronics and Instrumentation. 3(3-0)

3333 Linear System s and Signals. 3(3-0)

3334 Random Signals. 3(3-0)3424 Principles and Applications of Engineering Electromagnetics. 4(3-3)

3449 Microprocessor Systems. 4(3-3)

4124 Electrical Engineering Projects Laboratory. 1(0-3)

4152 Electrical Engineering Projects Laboratory. 1(0-3)

4224 Electrical and Computer Engineering Projects Laboratory. 2(0-6)

4252 Advanced Laboratory. 2(1-3)

4310 Introduction to VLSI Circuit Design. 3(3-0)

4314 (Formerly EEEN 4421). Electrical Machinery. 3(2-3)

4328 Speech Processing and Communications. 3(3-0)

4329 Communications Engineering. 3(3-0)

4332 System Analysis and Design. 3(3-0)

4334 Real Time Digital Signal Processing. 3(2-3)

4335 Special Problems. V:(1-3)

4336 Selected Topics. V:(1-3)

4342 Electronics II. 3(3-0)

4343 Microprocessor-based Control Systems. 3(3-0)

4344 Computer Architecture and Design. 3(3-0)

4354 Linear Control Systems. 3(2-3)

4355 Digital Systems Engineering. 3(2-3) CSEN Courses

2303 Introduction to Computing Using Visual Basic and Excel. 3(3-0)

2304 Introduction to Computer Science Using C. (ENGR 2304) 3(3-0)

2310 Object-Oriented Software Engineering. 3(3-0)

2326 Introduction to Structured Programming. 3(2-3)

2328 Data Structures. 3(3-0)

2330 Assembly Language and Computer Organization.

3(3-0)4201-4202 Senior Project.

4(1-3)4314 Database Management Systems.

3(3-0)4315 Computer Graphics.

3(3-0)4316 Software Engineering I.

3(3-0)4317 (Formerly CSEN 3365).Software Engineering II.

3(3-0)4320 Computer Networks.

3(3-0)4335 Selected Topics. V:1-34336 Special Problems. V:1-34361 System Software.

3(3-0)4362 Operating Systems.

3(3-0)4363 Numerical Methods.

3(3-0)4366 Theory of Programming Languages. 3(3-0)   

EEEN Course Description:

1201. Introduction to electrical Engineering.(ENGR 1201) 2(1-3)Introduction to electrical engineering and its role in society. electrical engineering skills, tools and techniques applied to problem solving and academic and professional survival strategies. Introduction to electrical circuits, electrical measurements, digital logic and ethics. Includes a writing component as well as use of computers (spreadsheets, tables, graphing and simulations). For students planning to pursue a career in electrical engineering or computer science. Laboratory fee, $5.

2323. Network Analysis I. 3(3-0)Introduction to linear network analysis techniques. Phasor analysis and sinusoidal steady-state response. Single-phase and polyphase circuits. Prerequisites: MATH 2314; Corequisites: PHYS 2326/PHYS 2126 and MATH 3320.TH 2314.

2340. (Formerly EEEN 3338). Digital Logic Design. 3(3-0)Hardware implementation of arithmetic and logical functions, organization and design of digital systems. Prerequisites: EEEN 2304.

3112. Electronic Devices and Circuits Laboratory I. 1(0-3)Laboratory course to correlate with the basic theory presented in sophomore and first semester junior courses. Prere quisite: credit for or registration in EEEN 3325. Laboratory fee, $5.

3133. Electrical Engineering Laboratory. 1(0-3)Introduction to instruments. AC/DC machines, circuits and electronic analog computer applications. Prerequisite: credit for or registration in EEEN 3332. Laboratory fee, $5.

3212. Circuits and Electronics Lab. 2(1-3)Laboratory course to correlate with circuits and electronics. Prerequisite: credit for or registration in EEEN 3325. Laboratory fee, $5.

3321. Network Analysis II. 3(3-0)Two-port networks, Fourier analysis, time domain response, transient response and Laplace transform techniques. Prerequisites: EEEN 2323, CSEN 2304 and MATH 3320.

3324. Electromagnetics. 3(3-0)Vector analysis, electrostatics, steady magnetic fields. Maxwell’s equations, uniform plane waves, circuit concepts, propagation and radiation. Prerequisites: PHYS 2326/PHYS 2126 and MATH 3320.

3325. Electronics I. 3(3-0)Solid state fundamentals. Nonlinear devices and networks. Fabrication of integrated circuits. Two-port models. Prerequisites: EEEN 2323 and PHYS 2326/PHYS 2126.

3326. Elements of Dynamic Systems. 3(3-0)Modeling of mechanical systems, analogy between mechanical and electrical system s, modeling of hydraulic and pneumatic systems, transfer functions and responses of first and second order systems, frequency response, block diagrams and transient response specifications of second order system s, analog computation. Prerequisites: MATH 3320 and EEEN

3331. Circuits and Electromagnetic Devices. 3(3-0)General network analysis, steady-state AC/DC circuits. Energy conversion and applications. Prerequisite: PHYS 2326/2126.

3332. Electronics and Instrumentation. 3(3-0)Principles of electronics, am plifiers and electronic circuits. Feedback and electronic analog computation. Transducers and instrument systems. Prerequisite: EEEN 3331.

3333. Linear System s and Signals. 3(3-0)Signal representation, sampling and quantization, Laplace and z-transforms, transfer functions and frequency response, convolution, stability, Fourier series, Fourier transforms and applications. Prerequisite: EEEN 3321.

3334. Random Signals. 3(3-0)Probability, random variables, white noise and band-limited system, narrowband Gaussian process, pseudorandom signals and random signal response of linear systems. Prerequisite: MATH 2314.

3424. Principles and Applications of Engineering Electromagnetics. 4(3-3)Vector analysis, electrostatics, steady magnetic fields. Maxwell's equations, uniform plane waves, circuit concepts, propagation and radiation. Prerequisites: PHYS 2326/2126 and MATH 3320. Laboratory fee, $5.

3449. Microprocessor Systems. 4(3-3)Basic computer structure, the instruction set, addressing modes, assembly language programming, assembly language subroutines, arithmetic operations, programming in C, implementation of C procedures, elementary data structures, input and output and a survey of microprocessor design. Prerequisites: EEEN 2340. Laboratory fee, $5. In addition to the listed prerequisite for the following 4000 series courses, a student must have an overall grade point average of 2 or higher.

4124. Electrical Engineering Projects Laboratory. 1(0-3)Participation in engineering design activity. Prerequisite: EEEN 4152. Laboratory fee, $5.

4152. Advanced Electronics Laboratory. 1(0-3)Analysis and design of electronic circuits and systems. Prerequisite: EEEN 3113. Laboratory fee, $5.

4224. Electrical and Computer Engineering Projects Laboratory. 2(0-6)Participation in engineering design activity. Prerequisite: EEEN

4252. Laboratory fee, $5.

4252. Advanced Laboratory. 2(1-3)Analysis and design of electrical, electronic and digital systems. Prerequisites: EEEN 3212 and EEEN

3449. Laboratory fee, $5.

4310. Introduction to VLSI Circuit Design. 3(3-0)Introduction to design and fabrication of micro-electronic circuits via Very Large Scale

Integrated circuitry (VLSI); structured design methods for VLSI systems, use of computer-aided design (CAD) tools and design projects of small to medium scale integrated circuits. Prerequisites: EEEN 3325 and EEEN 2340.

4314. (Formerly EEEN 4421). Electrical Machinery. 3(2-3)Introduction to the principles of transformers and DC and AC electric machines. Identifying electrical machine principles, parameters and characteristics by tests. Prerequisite: EEEN 2323. Laboratory fee, $5.

4328. Speech Processing and Communications. 3(3-0)Fundamentals of digital signal processing, waveform coding, speech spectrum, vocoders, linear predictive coding and introduction to speech recognition.

4329. Communications Engineering. 3(3-0)Transmission of information. Probability, stochastic process and spectral analysis. Sampling, quantization, decision theory, coding and decoding. Digital communication system and secure communications. Introduction to DSP. Prerequisites: EEEN 3333 and EEEN 3334.

4332. System Analysis and Design. 3(3-0)Integration of fundamental physical principles and mathematical methods into the engineering environment. Modeling, optimization and solution of selected design problems. Prerequisite: senior standing in electrical engineering.

4334. Real Time Digital Signal Processing. 3(2-3)Introduces the development tools for real-time signal processing. Covers processor implementation of DSP applications. Features of the microprocessor as well as digital signal processing are introduced. Prerequisites: EEEN

2340 and EEEN 3333. Laboratory fee, $5.

4335. Special Problems. V:(1-3)Individual solution of selected problems in electrical engineering conducted under direct supervision of a faculty member. May be repeated for up to 6 ho urs. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.

4336. Selected Topics. V:(1-3)One or m ore topics of electrical engineering. M ay be repeated for up to a total of 6 sem ester hours. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.

4342. Electronics II. 3(3-0)Analysis and design of analog electronic circuits; differential, multistage and power amplifiers; frequency response; feedback and stability. Prerequisite: EEEN 3325.

4343. Microprocessor-based Control Systems. 3(3-0)Design of microprocessor-based real-time control systems. Application of theoretical principles to control of small-scale systems. Controller design; signal conditioning and drive circuits for interfacing with sensors and actuators; programming and programmable logic controllers. Prerequisite: EEEN 3333.

4344. Computer Architecture and Design. 3(3-0)Basic computer organization, data representation and arithmetic, instruction sets and addressing modes, assembly language, data path and control, memory, input and output and communication. Prerequisites: EEEN 3449 or CSEN 2330, EEEN 2340.

4354. Linear Control Systems. 3(2-3)Analysis and design techniques for linear feedback control systems. Controller functions and compensation, applications to serve and process control problems. Prerequisite: EEEN 3333.

4355. Digital Systems Engineering. 3(2-3)Principles in digital system design and testing, digital integrated circuits, digital system design with PLDS and FPGAS, introduction to an HDL, memory, microprocessors and design for testability. Prerequisites: EEEN 3325 and EEEN

2340. Laboratory fee, $5.
CSEN Course Description

2303. Introduction to Computing Using Visual Basic and Excel. 3(3-0)Problem solving methods and algorithm development. Computer programming using Visual Basic. How to use Excel. Designing, coding, debugging and documenting program s using techniques of good programming style. Prerequisites: MATH 1314 and MATH 1316 or equivalent.

2304. Introduction to Computer Science. (ENGR 2304) 3(3-0)Introduction to computer systems, problem solving methods and algorithm development. Structured programming using a programming language such as C. Designing, coding, debugging and documenting programs using techniques of software development cycle. Prerequisites: MATH 1314 and MATH 1316 or equivalent.

2310. Object-Oriented Software Engineering. 3(3-0)Introduction to objects, object-oriented analysis and modeling, object-oriented design, implementation using an objectoriented language, such as Java/C++. Prerequisite: CSEN 2328.

2326. Introduction to Structured Programming. 3(2-3)Development of discipline in program ming design, style, expression , debugging and testing. Introduction to algorithmic analysis, string processing, recursion, internal search/sort methods and simple data structures. Use of a block-structured language such as C. Prerequisites: MATH 1314 and MATH 1316 or equivalent. Laboratory fee, $5.

2328. Data Structures. 3(3-0)Algorithm analysis, lists, stacks, queues, trees, hashing, prio rity queues, sorting, graph algorithms and algorithm design. Prerequisite: CSEN 2304.

2330. Assembly Language and Computer Organization. 3(3-0)Basic concepts of computer systems and computer architecture. Machine instructions and basic data types. Representation of information. Arithmetic and logical operations. Addressing operands in storage. Assembly language programming. Prerequisite: CSEN 2304. Laboratory fee, $5.
In addition to the listed prerequisite for the following 4000 series courses, a student must have an overall grade point average of 2.0 or higher.

4201-4202. Senior Project. 4(1-3)A major project of an original nature carried to completion over a period of two semesters. Normally taken in the final academic year prior to graduation. Prerequisite: senior standing in Computer Science. Laboratory fee, $5 each semester.4314. Database Management Systems. 3(3-0)File and database organization techniques. Network, hierarchical and relational data models. Normalization. Commerciallyavailable DBMS. Query languages. DBMS design and im plementation.

4315. Computer Graphics. 3(3-0)Man-machine communication in graphical form. Graphics hardware and software. Use of a commercial graphics package. Representation and manipulation of two- and three-dim ensional data. Use of color. Prerequisites: CSEN 2304 and MATH 1348.

4316. Software Engineering I. 3(3-0)Introduction to formal software design principles. An engineering approach to software development. Software project management. Software requirements analysis, specification, design, development and validation. Prerequisite: 6 semester hours of Computer Science or Computer Information Systems.

4317. Software Engineering II. 3(3-0)Advanced software design principles. An engineering approach to software development emphasizing advanced techniques for validation and verification. Prerequisite: CSEN 4316.

4320. Computer Networks. 3(3-0)Data communication networks and ISO reference model, the electrical interface, data transmission, data link and its protocols, local area network and its protocols, wide area network and its protocols, internetworking. Prerequisite: 6 hours of upper level Computer Science.

4335. Selected Topics. V:1-3One or more topics of computer science. May be repeated for a total of 6 semester hours. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.

4336. Special Problems. V:1-3Individual solution of selected problems in computer science conducted under direct supervision of a faculty member. May be repeated for up to 6 sem ester hours. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.

4361. System Software. 3(3-0)The study of system software components such as assemblers, macros and macro processors, com pilers, linkers and loaders. The function and development of these components are emphasized. Prerequisite: CSEN 2330 or EEEN 3449.

4362. Operating Systems. 3(3-0)Study of operating system principles, including process management, memory management, resource allocation and input, output and interrupt processing. Prerequisite: CSEN 2330 or EEEN 3449.

4363. Numerical Methods. 3(3-0)A computer-oriented introduction to numerical m ethods. Interpolation, numerical differen tiation and quadrature, linear systems of equations, solution of nonlinear equations, solutions of differential equations. Prerequisites: MATH 3320 and either CSEN 2304 or equivalent.

4366. Theory of Programming Languages. 3(3-0)Formal definition of programming languages including specification of syntax and semantics. Precedence, infix, prefix and postfix notation. Global properties of algorithmic languages. List processing, string anipulation, data description and simulation languages. Run-time representation of program and data structures. Prerequisite: CSEN 2328.

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