Curriculum in Computer Engineering
Administered by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Leading to the degree bachelor of science.
Total credits required: 126.5 See also Basic Program and Special Programs.
International Perspectives: 3 cr.*
U.S. Diversity: 3 cr.*
Communication Proficiency/Library requirement: Engl 150 and Engl 250 with minimum grade of C; Lib 160. (See Basic Program for credit requirements.) Engl 314 or Engl 309 with a minimum grade of C.
General Education Electives: 15 cr.**
Complete minimum of 6 cr. from Approved General Education Component at 300 or higher level. Complete additional 9 cr. from Approved General Education Component.
Basic Program: 26.5 cr.****
Complete with 2.00 GPA including transfer courses: Chem 167 or Chem 177, 4 cr.; Engl 150, 3 cr. and Engl 250, 3 cr. (see above for grade requirements); Engr 101, R cr.; Cpr E 185, 3 cr.***; Lib 160, 0.5 cr.; Math 165, 4 cr. (minimum grade of C-) and Math 166, 4 cr. (minimum grade of C-); and Phys 221, 5 cr. (See Basic Program rule.)
Math and Physical Science: 20 cr.
Com S 227, 4 cr. (minimum grade of C-) and Com S 228, 3 cr. (minimum grade of C-). Math 265, 4 cr.; Math 267, 4 cr.; and Phys 222, 5 cr.
Computer Engineering Core: 33 cr.****
Cpr E 281, 4 cr.; Cpr E 288, 4 cr.; Cpr E 308, 4 cr.; Cpr E 310, 3 cr.; Cpr E 381, 4 cr.; Com S 309, 3 cr.; Com S 311, 3 cr.; E E 201, 4 cr.; and E E 230, 4 cr.
Other Remaining Courses: 32 cr.
Cpr E 491, 3 cr. and Cpr E 492, 2 cr. Engl 314, 3 cr. or Engl 309, 3 cr. with a minimum grade of C.
Complete 3 cr. of Computer Science courses, 6 cr. of Computer Engineering, 9 cr. of Technical Electives, and 3 cr. of Electrical Engineering courses.b Stat 330, 3 cr.
Cpr E 166, R cr. Cpr E 294, R cr., Cpr E 394, R cr. and Cpr E 494, R cr.
Co-op or internship is optional.
Outcomes Assessment - Students are required to prepare and to maintain a portfolio of their technical and non-technical skills. This portfolio is evaluated for student preparation during the student’s curriculum planning process. Results of the evaluation are used to advise students of core strengths and weaknesses.
Transfer Credit Requirements
The degree program must include a minimum of 30 credits at the 300-level or above in
professional and technical courses earned at ISU in order to receive a B.S. in computer engineering.
These 30 credits must include Cpr E 491. Senior Design Project I and Professionalism, Cpr E 492 Senior Design Project II, and credits in the core professional curriculum and/or in technical electives. The
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department requires a grade of C or better for any transfer credit course that is applied to the degree program.
*These university requirements will add to the minimum credits of the program unless the university-approved courses are also approved by the department to meet other course requirements within the degree program.
U.S. diversity and international perspectives courses may not be taken Pass/Not Pass, but are used to meet the general education electives.
**Choose from department approved lists.
***See Basic Program for Professional Engineering Curricula for accepted substitutions for curriculum designated courses in the Basic Program.
****2.00 required including transfer courses.
Note: International perspectives and U.S. diversity courses are used to meet the general education electives.