BSCoE in Computer Engineering
Degree Program Description
Major Program Requirements
The computer engineering degree offers a balanced approach to both hardware and software, as well as other areas of engineering. Focused areas of work in additional hardware or software, communications, discrete and integrated electronics, and robotics are offered by the department. (Focus areas are not listed on transcripts or diplomas.)
|Major core requirements|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Survey of American History to 1865|
|Survey of American History Since 1865|
|Twentieth Century America|
|History of Missouri|
|Age of Jefferson|
|U.S. Society Between the Wars 1918-1945|
|Our Times: United States Since 1945|
|Humanities/Fine Arts courses||9|
|Social Science/Behavioral Science courses||6|
|Other major core requirement courses:|
|MATH 1500||Analytic Geometry and Calculus I||5|
|MATH 1700||Calculus II||5|
|MATH 2300||Calculus III||3|
|MATH 2320||Discrete Mathematical Structures||3|
|MATH 4100||Differential Equations||3|
|STAT 4710||Introduction to Mathematical Statistics||3|
|PHYSCS 2750||University Physics I||5|
|PHYSCS 2760||University Physics II||5|
|CHEM 1320||College Chemistry I||4|
|ENGLSH 1000||Exposition and Argumentation||3|
|ENGINR 1200||Statics and Elementary Strength of Materials||3|
|or ENGINR 2300||Engineering Thermodynamics|
|or IMSE 2710||Engineering Economic Analysis|
|CMP_SC 1050||Algorithm Design and Programming I||3|
|CMP_SC 2050||Algorithm Design and Programming II||3|
|ENGINR 1000||Introduction to Engineering||1|
|ECE 1210||Introduction to Logic Systems||3|
|ECE 2100||Circuit Theory I||4|
|ECE 3210||Microprocessor Engineering||4|
|ECE 3810||Circuit Theory II||4|
|ECE 3830||Signals and Linear Systems||3|
|ECE 3410||Electronic Circuits and Signals I||4|
|ECE 3110||Electrical and Computer Engineering Projects||3|
|ECE 3220||Software Design in C and C++||3|
|ECE 4220||Real Time Embedded Computing||3|
|ECE 4250||VHDL and Programmable Logic Devices||4|
|ECE 4270||Computer Organization||4|
|ECE 4970||Senior Capstone Design||3|
|3000+ ECE or CMP_SC Elective||9|
|ECE 4000+ Technical Elective||6|
Below is a sample plan of study, semester by semester. A student's actual plan may vary based on course choices where options are available.
|CHEM 1320||4||CMP_SC 1050||3|
|MATH 1500||5||ECE 1210||3|
|Constitutional Requirement||3||ENGLSH 1000||3|
|ENGINR 1000||1||MATH 1700||5|
|Humanities/Fine Arts Elective||3||Humanities/Fine Arts Elective||3|
|ECE 2100||4||CMP_SC 2050||3|
|ECE 3210||4||ECE 3810||4|
|MATH 2300||3||MATH 4100||3|
|PHYSCS 2750||5||PHYSCS 2760||5|
|ECE 3220||3||ECE 4250||4|
|ECE 3410||4||ENGINR 1200, 2300, or IMSE 2710||3|
|ECE 3830||3||ECE 4220||3|
|STAT 4710||3||Flexible Technical Elective||3|
|MATH 2320||3||Social/Behavioral Elective||3|
|ECE 3110||3||ECE 4970 (WI)||3|
|ECE 4270||4||Flexible Technical Elective||3|
|ECE 4000+ Technical Elective||3||4000+ Technical Elective||3|
|Flexible Elective||Humanities /Fine Arts Elective||3|
|Social/Behavioral Science Elective||3||Free Elective||2|
|Total Credits: 123|
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