Advising procedures are listed at the bottom of this page. Here are some recent updates to the currcicula.
Updated September 22, 2014
* New Breadth Elective Policy for Electrical Engineering Students ONLY:
For those of you on the new 2013-2014 or newer flowcharts, there is a new breadth elective course being offered this fall (EE 3000 Nanolithography). There is also an existing course that is added to the breadth elective list (EE 3710 Communications in Computing). In light of these additions, there is a new policy for taking breadth electives. This policy ensures that students will take breadth elective courses from many of the different areas of electrical engineering.
Students will still have to take at least 18 hours of breadth elective courses. Now we have placed all of the breadth elective courses into five different groups (areas of electrical engineering). Students must take breadth elective courses from at least four of these five groups. Here is the official policy statement:
(a) Students must take at least 18 hours of Breadth Electives
(b) Students must choose courses from at least FOUR out of FIVE groups
Group 1 - EE 3160
Group 2 - EE 3220, EE 3221, EE 3232
Group 3 - EE 3410
Group 4 - EE 3530
Group 5 - EE 3710, 3752, 3755
* EE and EEC Students should take MATH 2070 instead of MATH 2090.
* EE and EEC Students now must take PHYS 2110 and PHYS 2113 instead of PHYS 2101 and PHYS 2102.
The ECE undergraduate Advisor:
Mr. John Scalzo
3172 Patrick Taylor Hall, 578-5478
The following students will be advised by the ECE undergraduate adviser: students doing senior checkout, dual degree seeking
students, and students out of town working an internship or co-op assignment. Students will not get their flag lifted for scheduling unless they complete the advising or
senior checkout process.
This year we gave student the option of choosing their faculty advisor. Each year in the fall we will repeat this process and allow students to re-select their faculty advisor. Students will be emailed the name of their adviser before the advising process begins. Students must see their assigned faculty adviser in order to have their flag lifted (see list below).
Students must bring to their advising appointment:
1.) a completed advising form (.pdf,
2.) a marked copy of the EE and/or ECE flowchart to their appointment. (mark “x” through
completed courses and "/" through courses currently enrolled)
***The Online Interactive Advising Tool has been removed. Please use the forms mentioned above."
Your adviser must sign the form and you must return it to Stacie Oliver's inbox in PFT 3101, the main office for ECE.