Elective courses in years three and four are to be chosen from Electives Lists A and B, and by consulting suggested Streams and prerequisite paths. Your complete degree program must:
- Exceed the minimum Accreditation Units (AU) set by ECE in each CEAB category.
- Have at least 5 courses from Electives List A.
- Have at least 5 four-hundred level elective courses.
- Counting required core courses and elective courses in all four years, result in a total of no fewer than 157.5 credits for the complete program.
Available combinations of elective courses are subject to timetabling constraints.
Second Year CORE 2022-2023
|APSC 200||Engineering Design & Practice II||4.00|
|APSC 293||Engineering Communications||1.00|
|ELEC 221||Electric Circuits||4.25|
|ELEC 224||Continuous-Time Signals and Systems||3.75|
|ELEC 252||Electronics I||4.25|
|ELEC 271||Digital Systems||4.00|
|ELEC 274||Computer Architecture||4.00|
|ELEC 278||Fundamentals Of Information Structures||4.00|
|ELEC 280||Fundamentals of Electromagnets||3.75|
|ELEC 299||Mechatronics Project||1.50|
|MTHE 228||Complex Analysis||3.50|
|MTHE 235||Diff Equations For Elec & Comp||3.50|
|or MTHE 225||Ordinary Differential Equations|
|Complementary Studies List A||3.00|
Third Year CORE 2023-2024
|ELEC 324||Discrete-Time Signals and Systems||4.00|
|ELEC 326||Probability & Random Processes||3.50|
|ELEC 353||Electronics II||4.25|
|ELEC 371||Microprocessor Interfacing and Embedded Systems||4.00|
|ELEC 372||Numerical Methods and Optimization||3.50|
|ELEC 381||Applications of Electromagnetics||3.75|
|ELEC 390||Principles of Design and Development||3.50|
|ENPH 336||Solid State Devices||3.25|
|APSC 221||Economic And Business Practice||3.00|
|Technical Electives (choose 1)||3.00|
Fourth Year CORE 2024-2025
|ELEC 490||Electrical Engineering Project 1||7.00|
With Departmental and instructor support, students may request to substitute APSC 480 Multi-disciplinary Industry for ELEC 490 Electrical Engineering Project.
Electrical Engineering: Electives
Normally, registration in a course offered by the ECE Department is allowed provided a mark of at least D- has been achieved in each of the prerequisites for the course. Students having one course prerequisite (numbered 200 or higher) with a mark of FR may still be able to register in a course offered by the Department provided their Engineering Cumulative GPA is at least 2.0 at the end of the previous session. Prerequisites are listed under the calendar description for each course.
Refer to the Complementary Studies section of this calendar for details regarding the requirements for all Engineering plans. For the Electrical Engineering Plan, the Engineering Economics course is APSC 221 Economic And Business Practice, and the Communications course is APSC 293 Engineering Communications (1 credit of communications units are also included in course ELEC 490 Electrical Engineering Project).