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The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Calendar
2011-2012 Academic Year

Applied Science Degree Programs Electrical Engineering Class of 2014

Class of 2014

Elective courses in years three and four are to be chosen from Electives Lists A and B (shown under fourth year), and by consulting suggested Streams and prerequisite paths. Your complete degree program must:

1) Exceed the minimum Accreditation Units (AU) set by ECE in each CEAB category.
2) Have at least 5 courses from Electives List A.
3) Have at least 5 four-hundred level elective courses.
4) Result in a total of not less than 116.5 credits counting all courses for second, third and fourth years (remaining AU balance is shown below after each year).

Available combinations of elective courses are subject to timetabling constraints.

Second Year Common CORE - 2011-2012

APSC 200
Engineering Design and Practice II
F
3-0-1
4
CMPE 212
Computing Science for Engineers F 3-0-1 4
ELEC 221 Electric Circuits F 3-0-.5 3.5
ELEC 271 Digital Systems F 3-0-.5 3.5
ELEC 293
Electrical and Computer Engineering Laboratory I
F
0-1.25-0
1.25
MTHE 235
Differential Equations for Electrical & Computer Engineers F 3-0-0 3
ELEC 299
Autonomous Robot Design Project
W
0-.5-.25
.75
Complementary Studies, List A F 3-0-0  3
APSC 293
Engineering Communications
W
.25-0-.75
1
ELEC 252 Electronics I W 3-0-.5 3.5
ELEC 274 Computer Architecture W 3-.5-.5 4
ELEC 278 Fundamentals of Information
Structures and Software Engineering
W 3-.5-.5 4
ELEC 280 Fundamentals of Electromagnetics W 3-0-.5 3.5
ELEC 294
Electrical and Computer Engineering Laboratory II W
0-1.25-0
1.25
MTHE 228 Complex Analysis    W 3-0-.5 3.5
Electives: 1 of Complementary Studies, List A F 3-0-0  3
TOTAL CREDITS     41.5
REMAINING CREDITS BALANCE     71.9

Third Year Common CORE - 2012-2013
ELEC 323 Signals and Systems I F 3-.25-.5 3.75
ELEC 353 Electronics II F 3-.75-.75 4.5
ELEC 371 Microprocessor Interfacing and Embedded Systems F 3-1-.5 4.5
ELEC 381 Applications of Electromagnetics F 3-0-.5 3.5
APSC 221 Economic and Business Practices in Engineering
F/W 3-0-0 3
ELEC 324 Signals and Systems II W 3-.5-.5 4
ELEC 326 Probability and Random Processes W 3-0-.5 3.5
ELEC 390
Electrical and Computer Engineering Design
W
.7-.8-0
1.5
ENPH 336 Solid State Devices W 3-0-.25 3.25
Electives 1 of Electives List A or B F/W
3

1 of Electives List A of B
F/W
3

1 of Complementary Studies List A
F/W
3-0-0
3
TOTAL CREDITS     40.5
REMAINING CREDITS BALANCE     32.75

Fourth Year Common CORE - 2013-2014
ELEC 490 * Electrical Engineering Project FW 0-6-1 7
Complementary Studies, List A, B, C or D F/W
3
Electives F/W
22.25
TOTAL CREDITS

32.75
REMAINING CREDITS BALANCE

0

* with Departmental and instructor support, students may request to substitute APSC 480 for ELEC 490

Electives List A:
ELEC 333Electric Machines3-.75-.754.5
ELEC 344
Sensors and Actuators
3-0-.25
3.25
ELEC 408Topics in Biomedical Engineering3-0-03
ELEC 421Signal Processing: Digital Filters and System Design
3-.5-.54
ELEC 422Signal Processing: Random Models and Applications
3-0-03
ELEC 431Power Electronics3-.25-03.25
ELEC 433Energy and Power Systems3-0-.53.5
ELEC 436Electric Machines and Control3-0-03
ELEC 443Control Systems I3-.75-03.75
ELEC 444
Modelling and Computer Control of Mechatronic Systems
3-0-.25
3.25
ELEC 448
OR
MECH 456
Introduction to Robotics: Mechanics and Control
Introduction to Robotics
3-.5-03.5
ELEC 451Digital Integrated Circuit Engineering3-0-03
ELEC 454Analog Electronics3-0-.253.25
ELEC 457Analog Integrated Circuits and System Applications3-0-03
ELEC 461Digital Communications3-0-.53.5
ELEC 464Wireless Communications3-0-03
ELEC 470Computer System Architecture3-0-.53.5
ELEC 471Computer Networks I3-0-03
ELEC 474
Machine Vision
3-0-.25
3.25
ELEC 476Modelling and Systems Simulation3-0-.53.5
ELEC 478Computer Networks II3-0-03
ELEC 483Microwave and RF Circuits and Systems3-0-03
ELEC 486Fiber Optic Communications3-0-.53.5
ELEC 497
Research Project
0-3-.5
3.5

* ELEC 487 is a laboratory course taken by students in ELEC 483 or ELEC 486 and is not a separate technical elective.

Electives List B
APSC 381
Fundamentals of Design Engineering
(with permission of the instructor)
3-0-.5
3.5
CHEE 340
Biomedical Engineering
3-0-.5
3.5
CHEE 436
System Identification
3-0-.5
3.5
CMPE 3XXAny Third Year Computing Science
Course
3-0-03
CMPE 4XXAny Fourth Year Computing Science Course3-0-03
MTHE 337
Introduction to Operations Research Models
3-0-0
3
MTHE 430
Modern Control Theory
3-1-0
4
MTHE 472Control of Stochastic Processes3-0-03
MTHE 474Information Theory 3-0-03
MTHE 477Data Compression and Source Coding3-0-03
MTHE 478Topics in Communication Theory
3-0-03
MECH 228
Kinematics and Dynamics
3-0-.5
3.5
MECH 328
Dynamics and Vibration
3-0-.5
3.5
MECH 393
Biomechanical Product Development
3-0-.5
3.5
MECH 423
Introduction to Microsystems
3-0-.5
3.5
MECH 455
Computer Integrated Manufacturing
2-1.5-0
3.5
MECH 465
Computer-Aided Design
3-0-.5
3.5
MECH 478
Biomaterials
3-0-0
3
MECH 494
Kinematics of Human Motion
3-0-.5
3.5
ENPH 460Laser Optics3-0-.53.5
MTHE 367
Engineering Data Analysis
3-0-1
4
MTHE 455Stochastic Processes and
Applications
3-0-0

Course Prerequisites
Normally, registration in a course offered by the ECE Department is allowed provided a mark of at least 50 percent has been achieved in each of the prerequisites for the course. Students having one course prerequisite (numbered 200 or higher) with a mark between 40 and 50 percent may still be able to register in a course offered by the Department provided their cumulative average is at least 65 percent at the end of the previous session. Prerequisites are listed under the calendar description for each course.

Complementary Studies
Refer to the Complementary Studiessection of this calendar for details regarding the requirements for all Engineering programs. For the Electrical Engineering Program, the Engineering Economics course is APSC 221, and the Communications course is APSC 293 (1 credit of communications units are also included in course ELEC 490).


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