8 Semester Flowcharts
|If you began Fall 2012||Suggested 8 Semester Plan|
|If you began Fall 2011||Suggested 8 Semester Plan|
|f you began Fall 2010||Suggested 8 Semester Plan|
|If you began Fall 2009||Suggested 8 Semester Plan|
|Fall 2007 or Fall 2008||Suggested 8 Semester Plan|
|Prior to Fall 2007||Suggested 8 Semester Plan|
|Prerequisite chain flowchart 2010–2011|
|Prerequisite chain flowchart 2009–2010|
|Prerequisite chain flowchart 2007–2008|
|Prerequisite chain flowchart 2004–2006|
Photonics Concentration Flowcharts
|Fall 2012||Suggested Photonics 2012 flowchart|
|Fall 2011||Suggested Photonics 2011 flowchart|
|Fall 2010||Suggested Photonics 2010 flowchart|
|Fall 2007 or Fall 2008||Suggested 8 Semester Photonics Plan|
|Prior to Fall 2007||Suggested 8 Semester Photonics Plan|
Enterprise Flowcharts (enterprise for design option)
(not Enterprise concentration)
|If you began Fall 2011||Suggested 8 Semester Enterprise Plan|
|If you began Fall 2010||Suggested 2010 EE - Enterprise Concentration - updated|
|If you began Fall 2009||Suggested 8 Semester Enterprise Plan|
|Fall 2007 or Fall 2008||Suggested 8 Semester Enterprise Plan|
|Prior to Fall 2007||Suggested 8 Semester Enterprise Plan|
These checklists are intended to help keep track of meeting the BSEE degree requirements, but are not official degree requirement documents. See "Degree Audits" on the Degree Services website for degree requirements. Use DARS to monitor progress. Remember to bring this checklist with you when you meet with the advisor.
Electrical Engineering – Photonics Concentration
The ECE Photonics concentration deals with understanding and manipulating the wave and quantum properties of light to engineer solutions for society in the areas of remote sensing, communications, and optical information processing.
EE-Photonics curriculum checklists: Use this and DARS to monitor progress.
Electrical Power Engineering Certificate
The Certificate in Electric Power Engineering provides the student with the foundational tools and knowledge needed to understand and work with the electric power aspects of the electric utility industry.