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Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering

Summary of Degree Requirements
Course Classification Credit Hours Required
Mathematics/Natural Sciences 29
Major Core 54
Major Electives 15
Arts and Sciences Core 36
General Electives 3
Total 137
Undergraduate students in the School of Engineering are required to maintain a minimum program (major) Grade Point Average (MGPA) of 2.0 throughout their enrollment. The MGPA is calculated based on the student’s grades in the Major Core. An Engineering student whose MGPA falls below 2.0 at the end of an academic term will be placed on MGCPA Warning and will be advised by the Chair of Dean in addition to the Academic Advisor. An Engineering student whose MGPA drops below 2.0 may not enroll in any new engineering courses, but may either repeat previously taken courses to raise the MGPA to 2.0, or seek admission into another program at AUD outside the School of Engineering. An Engineering student who has completed all required coursework, but whose MGPA is below 2.0, will not be eligible for graduation until he or she raises the MGPA to a minimum of 2.0.

Curriculum / Courses

Mathematics/Natural Sciences*

Credit Hours

CHEM 201

General Chemistry

3

ENGG 222

Numerical Methods in Engineering, w/Lab

3

ENGG 300

Probability and Random Variables

3

MATH 220

Calculus II

3

MATH 230

Linear Algebra and Complex Variables

3

MATH 231

Differential Equations

3

MATH 250

Discrete Mathematics

3

PHYS 201

Introductory Physics I, w/Lab

4

PHYS 202

Introductory Physics II, w/Lab

4

Total Mathematics/Natural Sciences Requirements

29
 

Computer Engineering Core

 

ENGG 255

Engineering Design and Economics

3

EECE 200

Linear Circuit Analysis I, w/Lab

4

EECE 205

Linear Circuit Analysis II, w/Lab

4

EECE 240

Digital System Design, w/Lab

4

EECE 250

Intermediate Programming

3

EECE 300

Microelectronic Devices and Circuits I, w/Lab

3

EECE 320

Signals and Systems, w/Lab

3

EECE 323

Fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing

3

EECE 340

Introduction to Microprocessors, w/Lab

3

EECE 345

Computer Architecture

3

EECE 350

Data Structures and Algorithms

3

EECE 355

Software Engineering

3

EECE 360

Computer Networks

3

EECE 399

Field Experience in Computer Engineering

2

EECE 440

Embedded System Design, w/Lab

3

EECE 450

Operating Systems

3

EECE 499

Computer Engineering Design Project

4

Total Computer Engineering Core Requirements

54
 

Computer Engineering Electives

 

Students must complete 15 credit hours of Computer Engineering Electives, with at least 12 credit hours of Primary Electives.

Primary Electives

12-15

EECE 442

Synthesis with HDL

3

EECE 445

Advanced Computer Architecture

3

EECE 448

Digital Integrated Circuit Design

3

EECE 452

Relational Databases

3

EECE 453

Artificial Intelligence

3

EECE 455

Digital Image Processing

3

EECE 456

Enterprise and Distributed Computing

3

EECE 457

Mobile Applications

3

EECE 458

Programming Languages Concepts

3

EECE 460

Routing and Switching

3

EECE 462

Data and Network Security

3

EECE 480-489

Special Topics in Electrical and Computer Engineering

3
 

Secondary Electives

0-3

EECE 305

Microelectronic Devices and Circuits II

3

EECE 326

Communication Systems I, w/Lab

3

EECE 470

Systems and Controls

3

Total Computer Engineering Elective Requirements

15
 

Arts and Sciences Core

 

BIOL 201

Principles of Biology

3

ENGG 140

Introduction to Programming

3

ENGL 101

Composition and Rhetoric

3

ENGL 102

Advanced Composition and Research

3

ENGL 103

Introduction to Literature

3

ISST ELE

Islamic Cultural Studies Elective

3

MATH 210

Calculus I

3

PSPK 101

Public Speaking

3

PHIL 222

Professional Ethics

3

SSCI ELE

Social/Behavioral Sciences Elective

3

UNIV 100

The University Experience

0

WLDC 201

World Cultures I

3

WLDC 202

World Cultures II

3

Total Arts and Sciences Core Requirements

36

General Electives

3

TOTAL B.S.COMP.E. DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

137


Legend:

CompE: Computer Engineering
ELE: Elective
GEN: General
ISST: Islamic Studies

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