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This page is about the courses and material related to the the undergraduate and graduate degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering, as well as the fields of electrical and computer engineering.
 
This page is about the courses and material related to the the undergraduate and graduate degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering, as well as the fields of electrical and computer engineering.
 
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==Advice from students==
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*[[Advice_for_international_students|Advice for international students]]
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*[[Understanding_Academic_Honesty_is_the_First_Step|Understanding Academic Honesty is the First Step]]
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*[[Ethics_of_Procrastination|Ethics of Procrastination]]
 
==ECE from a student's perspective ==
 
==ECE from a student's perspective ==
 
*[[Why_Do_I_ECE_huffmalm|Why do I "ECE", by grad student Landis Huffman]]
 
*[[Why_Do_I_ECE_huffmalm|Why do I "ECE", by grad student Landis Huffman]]

Revision as of 10:12, 21 October 2013


"Electrical and Computer Engineering"

(ECE)


This page is about the courses and material related to the the undergraduate and graduate degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering, as well as the fields of electrical and computer engineering.


Advice from students

ECE from a student's perspective


Student Pages About the Curriculum


Career Advice


Other ECE related pages


TOP ECE Courses

  • ECE 301: "Signals and Systems"
  • ECE 302: "Probabilistic Methods for Electrical and Computer Engineering"
  • ECE 438: "Digital Signal Processing with Applications"
  • ECE 662: "Pattern recognition and Decision Making Processes

Other Courses


Alumni Liaison

Questions/answers with a recent ECE grad

Ryne Rayburn