Intramural sports PE credit

Students can sign up for the Intramural class to get PE credit for it. PE0425.
1) You need to be a sophomore or higher to sign-up for it. We don’t accept freshmen in the course.
2) Once you’re in the class you’ll need to participate in 14 intramural games/activities through out the track you are sign up for.  This mean you’ll need to participate in at lease 3 or more different intramural sports during the track.
Here is an example of one might do to pass the intramural course:
– play 3 flag football games
– play 3 softball games
– play 3 sand volleyball games
– play 3 soccer games
– participate in 2 disc golf tournaments
Contact: Craig Pellizzaro, crpelliz@mtu.edu

SELECT Approved Electives (EE majors)

SELECT Approved Electives: This list has been created especially for the BSEE by our esteemed faculty and industry advisory committee. These topics broaden the knowledge of the EE graduate.  Required in 2013-14 and beyond catalog years.

SELECT Approved Electives – Non-EE courses that require only limited prerequisite coursework and add to the knowledge breadth of the graduate.

EE/EET 3373 - Intro to Programmable Controllers (0-2-3) Fall
 --EET 1411 or (EET 2120 and EET 2141) or EET 2411 or PH 2230 or EE 2112 or EE 3010
ENG 2120 - Statics-Strength of Materials (4)  Spg
 --MA 2160 and PH 2100 and ENG 1102
ENG 3200 - Thermodynamics/Fluid Mechanics (4)   Spg
  --MA 2160 and CH 1112 or (CH 1150 and CH 1151) and PH 2100 and ENG 1102
ENG 4510 - Sustainable Futures I (3)  Fall
 --Junior or Senior standing
MEEM 2110 - Statics (3)   Fall, Spg, Smr
 --COE enrolled and MA 2160
MEEM 2150 - Mechanics of Materials (3)  Fall, Spg, Smr
 --COE enrolled and MEEM 2110
MEEM 2200 - Thermodynamics (3)   Fall, Spg, Smr
 --COE enrolled and MA 2160 and CH 1150 and CH 1151
MEEM 2201 - Introductory Thermodynamics (3) Fall,Spg,Smr
 --MA 2160 and CH 1150 and CH 1151
MEEM 2700 - Dynamics (3)   Fall, Spg, Smr
 --PH 2100 and (MEEM 2110 or ENG 2120) and MA 3160(C)
MEEM 3210 - Fluid Mechanics (3)   Fall, Spg, Smr
 --MEEM 2200 and MEEM 2700(C) and (MA 3520 or MA 3521 or MA 3530 or MA 3560)
 --Co-Req MEEM 3220
MEEM 3220  - Energy Laboratory (2)   Fall, Spg, Smr
 --MEEM 2200 and MEEM 3210(C)
MY 2100 - Intro to Materials Science Engineering (3)  Fall, Spg, Smr
 --CH 1112 or CH 1122 or (CH 1150 and CH 1151) or (CH 1160 and CH 1161)
MY 3292 - Light & Photonic Materials (3)   Spg
  --(PH 2200 or EE 3090 or EE 3140
PH 2300 - University Physics III-Fluids and Thermodynamics (4)   Spg
  --PH 1160 or PH 2100
PH 2400 - University Physics IV, Waves and Modern Physics (3)   Fall, Spg, Smr
  --PH 2200 or PH 2260
PH3300 - Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics (3)    Spring
 --PH 2300 or PH 1360

Critical Thinking / Social Responsibility Lists

2nd Year Core – Critical and Creative Thinking list (was HUFA or Goal 4)

2nd Year Core – Social Responsibility and Ethical Reasoning (was SBS or Goal 8)

Choose one course from each list – required for students who began fall 2015 or later.

These lists are included in your degree audit report under General Education.

Review your degree audit as soon as you register, and ensure you selected valid courses.

Joining Enterprise

How to join an enterprise:
1.  How many semesters do you have remaining at Tech, on campus?

2. Use special approval Waiver form for permission to enroll-see enterprise advisor:

BMSE – Blue Marble Security  – Dr. Glen Archer, EERC 629
WCEWireless Communication – Mr. Kit Cischke, EERC 520
HEVE – Hybrid Electric Vehicle – Dr. John Lukowski, EERC 233 or Mr. Robert Page, MEEM 604A
RSE – Robotic Systems – Dr. Glen Archer, EERC 629
ASE – Aerospace – Dr. Brad King, MEEM 1014  (
NO Waiver Needed to register!)

other enterprises:  Enterprise Program. Also see: Schedule of Classes

3. Bring completed, signed waiver form to the Student Services Center, or the Advising Office.

The Enterprise Enrollment guide link will help you figure out how many semesters you have remaining at Tech, following the pre-req chains and know which course number to enroll in:   (see me if you need help figuring this out)  EERC 131

ENT4950 Registration – Complete two forms

  1. ENT4950 permission form
  2. Enterprise Project Summary and obtain permission to register.

ECE Department rules for completing Engineering Design Requirements in the enterprise program. Complete: ENT3950, ENT3960, ENT4950, then ENT4960.

  • If you to take a semester off to co-op or study abroad, do it before you take ENT4950.
  • Your last year of project work in enterprise must be consecutive semesters to apply to senior design requirements.
  • ENT4950 and ENT4960 need to be in the same enterprise.

Plan carefully and plan well in advance of graduationPre-requisites required for senior-level project work (4000 level):

EE Majors: complete EE3901 and EE3131 before enrolling in ENT4950. Take EE3171 before or in same semester as ENT4950.
CpE Majors: complete EE3901 and EE3131  before enrolling in ENT4950. Take EE3173 before or in same semester as ENT4950.

For ABET accreditation standards, you may join any enterprise at Tech that will provide you with an appropriate project work and responsibilities to meet design standards in ENT4950 and ENT4960:
EE Majors: must apply EE knowledge and skills in engineering design
CpE Majors:  must apply hardware/software integration skills in engineering design
CpE/EE Double Majors: apply EE knowledge/skills and hardware/software integration skills in engineering design

France in Junior Year Spring – Ensea FAME

CpE and EE majors can study in Cergy, France, in Spring of junior year! Core 3rd-year courses are offered that can apply to your MTU degree. Apply for the France American Exchange Program (FAME) at the study abroad office in the Admin Building – room 200.  Application deadline is October 15th.

Plan both Fall and Spring semesters for next year if you’d like the option to go to France next Spring. Are you ready to skip a Houghton Winter?

Students on track with the 4-year plan may be able to stay on the 4-year plan – see sample flowcharts:

France Spring 2017:  EE flowchart 2014-15    CpE flowchart 2014-15

France Spring 2018:  EE flowchart 2015-16    CpE flowchart 2015-16 

Courses offered:

Electronic Circuits; Lab —————————- EE3131 4 cr
Computer Arch. & Intro to Microprocessors   EE3171 3 cr,   EE’s only. Make up 1 cr with EE elective.
Algorithms & Design Analysis ——————— No CS credit; May sub for CS4321 on CpE degree.
Operating Systems ———————————- No CS credit; May use as technical elective on CpE degree.
Signals and Systems ——————————– EE3160 3 cr
Fundamentals of Power Engineering ——— EE4219 2 cr   (2 credit EE elective or CpE tech elective)
Probability and Statistics ————————-MA4760 3  (EE’s may use in place of EE3180; CpEs may use for MA3710)
Communications Systems ———————— EE3250 3 cr
French language and Culture (beg,int,adv) —- HU9300L 3 cr Lower level HU/HASS

PLANNING NOTES:

  •  Save 3 credits of HASS-HU/FA (not 2nd year HUFA) for France
  •  EE’s consider EE3250 in France if you decide to take Probability and Statistics in France
  •  Take EE3901 in Fall prior to France semester. Or take a substitution for EE3901 prior to 4th year or EE4901/ENT4950.
  •  Re-plan your junior year considering the courses you’d like to take in France.

FAME program website

Cergy, France

For details on application, airfare, cost, etc…see Vienna Chapin in the Study Abroad Office – Admin 200

 

 

2016 Spring Advising Series

1. First-year and new Transfer Student who began Fall 2015 or Spring 2016:

2. Sophomores and Beyond: Prepare for 3rd/4th year:

  • Computer Engineers – coming soon
  • Electrical Engineers – Slides .pdf with links to advising topics; SO-JR Handout

3. General Education for catalog year 2015-16    Slides w/Links

4. How to Transfer Credits from Elsewhere     Slides w/Links

  • Contact: transfer@mtu.edu

5. What is a degree audit and how to use it       Slides w/Links

6. Study Abroad information   Slides w/Links