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The Electrical and  Computer Engineering Department also offers 5 interdisciplinary programs.

Electrical Engineering + Mechanical Engineering

There are two approaches you can take to earn a dual degree in both Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.  In both cases, you only need to do one senior project provided it is interdisciplinary in nature. Automotive projects tend to be very good for this.
   
OPTION 1   Primary EE/Secondary ME  
   
DO take the following courses:    DO NOT take the following courses:
EGE1023 Engineering Materials EEE3011 Intro to ECE Projects
EME2011 Eng. Materials Lab EEE3422 Adv Comp Application Lab
EGE1101 ECAL - Excel EEE4811 EE Projects 1
EGE2013 Statics EEE4822 EE Projects 2
EGE3003 Thermodynamics EEE4XX3 Technical Elective
EME2012 ME Graphics EME4603 Intro to Mech Systems
EME3011 Intro to Eng Projects EME4613 Intro to Thermal Systems
EME3013 Mech of Materials  
EME3023 Manufacturing Processes  
EME3024 Fluid Mechanics  
EME3033 Eng Numerical Methods  
EME3034 Kinenatics & Dyn of Mach  
EME3043 Dynamics  
EME4003 Design of Mach Elements  
EME4013 Heat Transfer  
EME4212 Engineering Projects 1  
EME4222 Engineering Projects 2  
EME4402 Mechanics Lab  
EME4412 Thermal Science Lab  
EME4xx3 ME Technical Electives  
EME4xx3 ME Technical Electives  
EME4xx3 ME Technical Electives  
   
OPTION 2 Primary ME/Secondary EE  
   
DO take the following courses: DO NOT take the following courses:
EEE2111 Circuits 1 Lab EEE2121 Circuits & Electronics
EEE2114 Circuits 1 EEE3153 Electrical Mach & Controls
EEE2214 Digital Electronics and Lab EEE3161 Into to Elect. Eng. Lab
EEE3123 Circuits 2 EME4xx3 ME Technical Electives
EEE3123 Circuits 2 Lab  
EEE3233 Microprocessors If NO Entrepreneurial Cert take:
EEE3231 Microprocessors Lab EGE2231 Project Management
EEE3314 Electronics EGE3361 Business Plans
EEE3311 Electronics Lab EGExxx1 Entrepreneurial Tech Elect
EEE3414 Electromagnetic Flds & Waves  
EEExxx3 EE Concentration #1 If Entrepreneurial Cert take:
EEExxx1 EE Laboratory EEE4xx3 EE Tech Elective
EEE4423 Communication Systems  
EEE4514 Control Systems and Lab *Note: EEE3314 & EEE3233 are co-requisites for EME3011
EEE4xx3 EE Concentration #2  
EEE4xx3 EE Concentration #3  
EEE4xx3 EE Technical Elective  
EEE4xx1 EE Laboratory  
MCS1142 Intro to C  

Electrical Engineering + Computer Engineering

There are two approaches you can take to earn a dual degree in both Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering.  In both cases, you only need to do one senior project provided it is interdisciplinary in nature. Projects with both ‘hardware and software’ tend to be very good for this.
   
OPTION 1  Primary EE/Secondary CompE  
   
DO take the following courses: DO NOT take the following courses:
MCS1514 Computer Science 1 MCS1142 Intro to C
MCS2514 Computer Science 2 EEE4xx3 EE Technical Elective
MCS2534 Data Structures  
MCSxxx3 Comp Science Tech Elect  
EEE3221 Adv Digital Electronics Lab  
EEE4273 Real Time Systems  
   
OPTION 2 Primary CompE/Secondary EE  
   
DO take the following courses: DO NOT take the following courses:
EEE3121 Circuits Lab 2 EEE4xx3 Comp Eng Elective
EEE3414 Electromag Fields and Waves  
EEE3422 Adv Computer Appl Lab  
EEE4423 Communications Systems  
EEExxx1 EE Laboratory  
EME4613 Intro to Thermal Systems  
EME4603 Intro to Mech Systems  

Electrical Engineering + Physics

Please contact the ECE Department Chair for requirements of this degree at 248.204.2540

Computer Engineering + Computer Science

Please contact the ECE Department Chair for requirements of this degrees at 248.204.2540

Electrical Engineering + Computer Science

Please contact the ECE Department Chair for requirements of this degree at 248.204.2540