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Computers Domain Electives
Computer technology remains at the heart of the growth taking place across American industry. Its role remains strong in business and manufacturing, while the consumer industry is increasingly affected by improvements in cost, size and performance. Computers are a strong element in any Electrical Engineering program.
The Computer Engineering program allows students to specialize in this important area, providing more specific guidelines for technical electives (see the Undergraduate Handbook).
A number of elective courses are available, both in the ECE program and in the CpE program. Many of the courses are design oriented and provide excellent preparation for a job in industry. Others provide a further development of the theory and are especially effective in preparation for graduate study in Computer Engineering.
ECE elective courses (3 credits each)
- Advanced Digital Design (ECE 3561)
- Computer Architecture & Design (ECE 5362)
- Image Processing (ECE 5460)
- HDL Design & Verification (ECE 5462)
- Intro to Real-Time Robotic Systems (ECE 5463)
- Advanced Microcomputers (ECE 5465)
- Microcomputer Lab (ECE 3567): 1 credit