- Registration for spring classes begins: Oct 31-Nov 17.
- Run your Degree Audit Report (DARS)
- Complete your Graduation Application(s) 1 semester before your last.
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Posted by Judy Donahue under EE Announcements
Monday, October 21, 2013
Effectve for Fall 2015: How does this affect Computer Engineers? - Update your flowchart as needed:
(and EE’s who are taking CS courses)
1. If you’ve already taken CS1141 (2) and CS3421(4), you are not affected
and can ignore this.
2. If you’ve taken CS1141(2) but not CS3421 (4), TAKE CS3421 by Spring 2015, at the latest.
3. If you’ve taken CS3421 (4), but not CS1141 (2), TAKE CS1141 in SPRING 2015, at the latest.
4. If you’ve taken neither CS1141 nor CS3421, take and complete both courses by spring 2015
OR take them both in academic year 2015-2016.
CS course changes for next year, effective Fall 2015:
1. CS3421 (4), Computer Organization, becomes 3 credits instead of 4. 1 credit of material
is being removed, and added to CS1141, last known as “C for java Programmers”.
2. CS1141 (2) becomes 3 credits instead of 2. 1 credit of material
is being added from CS3421, Computer Organization.
3. The title of CS1141 is changing from “C for java Programmers”, to
“Programming at the H/S Interface“.
Thursday, October 10, 2013
Fall 2013 – Spring 2014 Computer engineering new freshmen and transfer students (students using catalog year 2013-2014):
ENG1102 is not required for 2013-14 computer engineers. ENG1101 students may take it in spring if they wish, and ENG1001 students may take it in Fall 2014 if you wish.
Should you take ENG1102 if it’s not required?
1) If you are certain you’ll stay in computer engineering or a CS or non-engineering major, you will not need ENG1102.
2) If you’d like the option of changing your major to another engineering major in the future, take ENG1102.
3) If you are considering another engineering major, or a double major with EE, or a 2nd degree with BE,ME, etc.. take ENG1102.
ENG1102 will count as a technical elective for CpE’s if you take it in the semester following ENG1101 or ENG1100.
Transfer students who came here with 30 or more transfer credits have the option of taking ENG1101 or substituting CpE elective credit for it.
Friday, October 4, 2013
Posted by Judy Donahue under CpE Announcements
1. CS1141 and CS3421: Take both courses in same academic year.
2. CpE majors using catalog years prior to 2013 must take one HASS elective from the “CpE HASS” list.
3. Valid course substitutions for CS3911, Numerical Methods. Degree requirements prior to 2012.
Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Posted by Judy Donahue under Uncategorized
A minimum of 6 credits of the following are required with the Photonics Concentration:
Be sure to look up latest pre-reqs and semester offerings in the Online Catatlog(s) and Schedule of Classes.
BE4250 (3) Biomedical Optics, Spring (Lin Alg, Diff Equ, and MA3160)
EE4252 (4) Digital Signal Processing and it’s Applications, Fall (EE3160)
EE4253 (3) Real Time Signal Processing, Spring (EE4252)
EE4256 (3) Fourier Optics, Fall ((EE3090/2190 or EE3140) and EE3160)
EE5522(3) Digital Image Processing, Spring (EE3190 and EE3160) Not Spring 2014.
EE4290 (3) Optical Communication, Spring (EE3291)
MY3292 (3) Light and Photonic Materials, Spring (Ph2200 or EE3090/2190 or EE3140)
PH4510 (2) Introduction to Solid State Physics, Fall ((PH2300 or 1360) and PH2400 and (CH11150/51) and Diff Equ)
Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Posted by Judy Donahue under EE
The jolly green giant has SELECT sweet peas, but we have SELECT Approved Electives for the BSEE!
SELECT Approved Electives – Non-EE courses that require only limited prerequisite coursework and add to the knowledge breadth of the graduate.
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 (0-4-0) Spring
–MA 2160 and PH 2100 and ENG 1102
ENG 3200 Thermodynamics/Fluid Mechanics (0-4-0) Spring
–MA 2160 and CH 1112 or (CH 1150 and CH 1151) and PH 2100 and ENG 1102
ENG 3507 Intro to Fluid Mechanics (0-2-0) Spring
–PH 2100 and CH 1112 or (CH 1150 and CH 1151) and MA 2160 and ENG 1102
ENG 4510 Sustainable Futures I (3-0-0) Fall
–Junior or Senior standing and UN 2002 (or ?)
MEEM 2110 Statics (0-3-0) Fall, Spring, Summer
–COE enrolled and MA 2160
MEEM 2150 Mechanics of Materials (0-3-0) Fall, Spring, Summer
–COE enrolled and MEEM 2110
MEEM 2200 Thermodynamics (0-3-0) Fall, Spring, Summer
–COE enrolled and MA 2160 and CH 1150 and CH 1151
MEEM 2700 Dynamics (0-3-0) Fall, Spring, Summer
–PH 2100 and (MEEM 2110 or ENG 2120) and MA 3160(C)
MEEM 3210 Fluid Mechanics (0-3-0) Fall, Spring, Summer
–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 (0-0-2) Fall, Spring, Summer
–MEEM 2200 and MEEM 3210(C)
MY 2100 Intro to Materials Science Engineering (3-0-0) Fall, Spring, Summer
–CH 1112 or CH 1122 or (CH 1150 and CH 1151) or (CH 1160 and CH 1161)
MY 3292 Light & Photonic Materials (3-0-0) Spring
–(PH 2200 or EE 3090 or EE 3140
PH 2300 University Physics III-Fluids and Thermodynamics (4-0-0) Spring
–PH 1160 or PH 2100
PH 2400 University Physics IV, Waves and Modern Physics (3-0-0) Fall, Spring, Summer
–PH 2200 or PH 2260
PH3300 Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics (3-0-0) Spring
–PH 2300 or PH 1360
Friday, July 12, 2013
Linear Algebra and Differential Equations: what EE and CpE majors need to know
Friday, July 12, 2013
Posted by Judy Donahue under General Education
If you believe you are due placement credits after completing a language class, see your language instructor to process them and get them on your record. A grade of B or higher is required in your placement course.
Language Advising: Dr Sandra Boschetto-Sandoval, of the Humanities Department, Walker 321, firstname.lastname@example.org. For help with Language Placement Info. See the language instructor for Minor Requirements or Full Sections.
A level 3000+ language course may be taken in lieu of UN1025, Global Issues.
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
View a sample flowchart (2013-2014) and check out the Photonics at MTU facebook group:
Photonics is using light energy to do work: sensing, imaging, communication. Photonics entails the control of photons in making systems faster, more efficient and more accurate, in a wide range of applications from energy generation to detection to communications and information processing. Robotic sensing and vision, space photography, medical instrumentation, imaging, and satellite communication are a few areas using photonics.
EE3090, Introduction to Geometrical and Wave Optics is offered in Fall semesters beginning Fall 2013. Requires Differential Equations(pre-req), PH2200 and EE3140(co-req).
EE majors may take photonics classes for EE elective credit, or may follow requirements to earn a Concentration in Photonics – which is listed on their diplomas. Companies hiring MTU photonics majors include Raytheon, NAVSEA and CRANE. To add the Photonics Concentration, complete a Curriculum Add/Drop Form and bring it to Judy in EERC 131.
Photonics elective courses (6 credits minimum): BE4250,EE4252, EE4253, EE4256, EE5522, EE4290, MY3292, PH4510