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ECE  Department   Welcome  to  the  Department  of     Electrical  &  Computer  Engineering   (ECE)   Cullen  College  of  Engineering     University  of  Houston   h=p://www.ee.uh.edu/     1

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Dr.  Badri  Roysam   Hugh  and  Lillie  Cranz  Cullen  University  Professor    Chair,  Department  of  Electrical  and     Computer  Engineering  

 

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ECE  Undergraduate  Advising  Office      

Dr.  Pauline  Markenscoff  :  Faculty  Advisor  and   Director  of  Undergraduate  Studies   markenscoff@uh.edu     Tel#:  713-­‐743-­‐4438   N320  Engineering  Building  1  

       

         

Michael  Craig:  Advising  Assistant     N329  Engineering  Building  1   [email protected]   Tel#:  713-­‐743-­‐4440   N329  Engineering  Building  1        

    Jan   Zaniffa   ECE  Front  Office:  N308  Engineering  Bldg1   Tel    713-­‐743-­‐4400  •    Fax    713-­‐743-­‐4444  

 

h=p://www.ee.uh.edu/undergraduate/advising  

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What  will  be  covered  in  this  session?                            

Communica`on  through  e-­‐mail   Degrees  Offered/Degree  Plans   Core  Curriculum   Course  Load   University  Tes`ng  Services-­‐Credit  by  Examina`on   Transfer    Credit   Course  Registra`on     Con`nuous  Enrollment   Seeking  Assistance   Engineering  Compu`ng  Center   PROMES   Career  Center   Useful  sites  

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Communica`on  through  e-­‐mail •  The  ECE  Undergraduate  Advising  Office  will  send   you  e-­‐mail  for  significant  issues   •  Very  Important     –  receive  in  a  `mely  manner  (less  than  24  hours)  the  e-­‐ mails  we  send   –   set-­‐up  (and  update  if  needed)  your  forwarding   (desKnaKon)  address  to  be  your  preferred  e-­‐mail   address,  the  one  that  you  check  very  ocen. 5

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Communica`on  through  e-­‐mail   •  Newly  admi=ed  students  to  UH  have  a  UH  email   alias  assigned.   •  The  UH  e-­‐mail  alias  will  not  work  unless  there  is  a   valid  forwarding  (desKnaKon)  e-­‐mail  address.     •  For  example,  the  alias  of  [email protected]   "points  to"  [email protected]  

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How  to  Update  Your     Des`na`on  e-­‐mail  Address   •  STEP  1:  Go  to  myUH(PeopleSoc)  and  login  to  PeopleSoc.     •  STEP  2:  Once  logged  in,  select  UH  Self-­‐Service.   •   STEP  3:  Select  Campus  Personal  InformaKon;  then  click  on  Email   Addresses.   •  STEP  4:  Follow  the  instruc`ons  to  update  your  “DesKnaKon” email   address.  You  must  have  at  least  one  address  designated   “Des4na4on” (under  Email  Type)  to  receive  official  UH  email.   •  STEP  5:  Click  “SAVE”.Your  UH  email  alias  is  now  set  up  to  forward   emails  to  this  address.     •  STEP  6:  Click  “Sign  Out”.   7

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ECE  Undergraduate     Advising  Office   Have Questions? e-mail them to

[email protected] or [email protected]

     

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Academic  Advisor   •  Dr.  Pauline  Markenscoff  during  the  first  semester.   •  Permanent  Academic  Advisor  will  be  assigned   acer  the  end  of  the  Spring  semester  of  the  first   year.   •  You  can  make  an  appointment  to  see  your  advisor   when  you  have  any  ques`on  about  your  studies.   9

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Academic  Advising  

•  There  will  be  another  required  advising  session   acer  you  have  enrolled  in  the  ECE  3355   (Electronics)  class  to  help  you  with  the  selec`on   of  ECE  elec`ves  of  the  junior  and  senior  years.  

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ECE  Department ECE  web  site    Engineering/University  Policies  Web  Sites        

ECE  Department  web  sites:   h=p://www.ee.uh.edu/   h=p://www.ee.uh.edu/undergraduate/general-­‐informa`on   h=p://www.ee.uh.edu/undergraduate/advising  

Engineering  Policies  web  site:   h=p://www.egr.uh.edu/academics/policies/   Engineering  policies  are  stricter  than  University  policies  

University  Policies  web  site:   h=p://www.uh.edu/academics/catalog h=p://www.uh.edu/academics/catalog/policies/  

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Degrees  offered  by  the     ECE  Department   •  BSEE  (BS  in  Electrical  Engineering)    Two  degree  plans   – BSEE-­‐  EE  OpKon   – BSEE-­‐Computer  OpKon  

•  BSCPE  (BS  in  Computer  Engineering)  

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Degree  Plan  

   

•  Set  of  courses  required  for  the  degree  for  a  given   academic  year  (flowchart).   •  The  earliest  degree  plan  that  you  may  follow  is  the   one  that  was  in  effect  at  the  `me  you  completed   your  first  semester  as  an  Electrical  &  Computer   engineering  major.   •  The  degree  plan  that  you  use  for  gradua`on   cannot  be  more  than  7  years  old.   •  You  may  choose  to  graduate  under  a  more  recent   plan-­‐but  you  must  then  meet  all  the  requirements   of  the  new  plan.          

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Degree  Plan   •  25  credit  hours  in  math,  physics,  chemistry   •  70  credit  hours  in  electrical/computer/   engineering  courses   •  42  credit  hours  of  core  curriculum   •  Total  credit  hours      (BSEE(EE  op`on  and  Computer  Op`on):    131  cr  hrs,  BSCPE:  130  cr  hrs)            

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ECE  Department Core  Curriculum       Core  Curriculum   http://www.uh.edu/academics/catalog/policies/degreereqts/current-core

   

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ECE  Degree  Plans   To  view  the  degree  plans  as  flowcharts   •  h=p://www.ee.uh.edu/undergraduate/curriculum-­‐ flowcharts  

  To  view  the  descrip`on  of  the  ECE  courses  and     their  prerequisites   •  h=p://www.uh.edu/academics/catalog/colleges/egr/ courses/ece/   16

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ECE  Department How  to  Read  the  Flowcharts:   Prerequisites/Corequisites   Arrow  to  the  top  of  box  means   A  is  a  prerequisite  of  C

A Two  headed  arrow  between  the  sides  of  two  boxes   means  C  and  D  must  be  taken  at  the  same  Kme.

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C

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Arrow  to  the  side  of  a  box  means     “credit  for”  or  “registraKon  in”     is  a  prerequisite  for  C

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ECE  Department Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 2011-2012 Electrical Engineering students may choose from two degree plan options, both leading to the BSEE degree: the Electrical Engineering Option and the Computer Engineering Option. The first and second years are the same for both options:

First Year Fall Semester

CHEM 1117. Chemistry for Engineers Laboratory CHEM 1372. Chemistry for Engineers ECE 1100. Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engr. ENGL 1303. 1st Yr Writing I HIST 1377. The United States to 18771 MATH 1431. Calculus I2 POLS 1336. U.S. and Texas Constitutions and Politics1 Total Spring Semester ECE 1331. Computers & Problem Solving ENGL 1304. 1st Yr Writing II HIST 1378. The United States since 18771 MATH 1432. Calculus II PHYS 1321. University Physics I Total

Second Year

Hours

Fall Semester 1 3 1 3 3 4 3 18 3 3 3 4 3

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ECE 2100. Circuits Lab ECE 2300. Circuit Analysis MATH 2433. Calculus III MATH 3321. Engineering Mathematics PHYS 1322. University Physics II POLS 1337. U. S. Government: Congress, President a n d Court1 Total

H ours 1 3 4 3 3 3 17

Spring Semester ECE 2317. Applied Electricity & Magnetism ECE 3331. Programming Applications in Electrical a n d Computer Engineering ECE 3337. Electrical Engineering Analysis ENGI 2304: Technical Communications Visual & Performing Arts Core Course Total

3 3 3 3 3 15

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ECE  Department Third and Fourth Year, EE Option Students choosing the EE option must select their ECE electives as follows: At least 21 hours consisting of at least six ECE electives (3- or 4-hour ECE courses with associated labs) satisfying: - Breadth Requirement: At least one course must be taken in each of two of the following ECE concentration areas: (1)Electromagnetics and Solid State Devices, (2)Power & Controls, (3)Signals & Communications, (4)Electronics. Courses available in each area are posted in the department. - Depth Requirement: At least two additional courses must be taken at the 5000 level. Two remaining courses may be any ECE elective at the 3000 level or above except ECE 3336.

Third Year-EE Option Fall Semester ECE 3155. Electronics Lab ECE 3317. Applied EM Waves ECE 3355. Electronics ECE 3364. Circuits & Systems ECE 3441. Digital Logic Design Humanities Core Course Total

H ours

Fall Semester

1 3 4 3 3 3 17

Spring Semester

Spring Semester ECE 4119. Solid State Devices Laboratory ECE 4339. Physical Principles of Solid State Devices ECE 4436. Microprocessor Systems ECE Elective ENGI 2334. Introduction to Thermodynamics INDE 2333.Engineering Statistics I Total

Fourth Year – EE Option

1 3 3 3 4 3 17

ECE 4335. Electrical & Computer Engineering Systems Design I ECE Elective ECE Elective/lab ECON 2304. Microeconomic Principles MECE 3400. Introduction to Mechanics Total ECE 4336. Electrical & Computer Engineering Systems Design II ECE Elective/lab ECE Elective/lab ECE Elective Total

Hours 3 3 4 3 4 17

3 4 4 3 14

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ECE  Department Third and Fourth Y ear, C omputer Opt i on Students choosing the computer option must select their ECE electives as follows: At least 7 hours consisting of at least two ECE

electives. The electives may consist of any non-required 3 hour lecture or 4 hour lecture/lab ECE courses at the 3000 level or higher except ECE 3336.

Third Year – Computer Option Fall Semester

COSC 1320. Introduction to Computer Science II ECE 3155. Electronics Lab ECE 3317. Applied EM Waves ECE 3355. Electronics ECE 3441. Digital Logic Design Humanities Core Course Total

H ours 3 1 3 3 4 3 17

Spring Semester COSC 2320. Data Structures ECE 4119. Solid State Devices Laboratory ECE 4339. Physical Principles of Solid State Devices ECE 4436. Microprocessor Systems ECON 2304. Microeconomic Principles INDE 2333. Engineering Statistics I Total

3 1 3 4 3 3 17

Fourth Year – Computer Option Fall Semester ECE ECE

3457. Digital Electronics 4335. Electrical & Computer Engineering Systems Design I ECE 5367. Intro. to Comp. Arch. & Design ECE Elective 14 Approved CPE Elective Total

Hours 4 3 3 3

4 17

Spring Semester COSC 4330. Fundamentals of Operating Systems ECE 4336. Electrical & Computer Engineering Systems Design II 14 Approved CPE Elective 10 ECE Elective/lab Total

3 3 4 4 14

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ECE  Department First Year

Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering 2011-2012

Fall Semester

Hours

CHEM 1117. Chemistry for Engineers Laboratory CHEM 1372. Chemistry for Engineers ECE 1100. Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engr. ENGL 1303. 1st Yr Writing I HIST 1377. The United States to 18771 MATH 1431. Calculus I2 POLS 1336. U.S. and Texas Constitutions and Politics 1

1 3 1 3 3

4 3 _ _ _ _ __ 18

Total Spring Semester ECE 1331. Computers & Problem Solving ENGL 1304. 1st Yr Writing II HIST 1378. The United States since 18771 MATH 1432. Calculus II PHYS 1321. University Physics I

3 3 3 4 3 ____

Total

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Second Year Fall Semester

Hours

ECE 2100. Circuits Lab ECE 2300. Circuit Analysis MATH 2433. Calculus III MATH 3321. Engineering Mathematics PHYS 1322. University Physics II POLS 1337. U. S. Government: Congress, President a n d Court1 Total

1 3 4 3 3 3 17

Spring Semester ECE 2317. Applied Electricity & Magnetism ECE 3331. Programming Applications in Electrical a n d Computer Engineering ECE 3337. Electrical Engineering Analysis ENGI 2304. Technical Communications Humanities Core Course Total

3 3 3 3 3 _ _ _ _ ___ 15

Third Year Fall Semester

H ours

COSC 1320. Introduction to Computer Science II ECE 3155. Electronics Lab ECE 3355. Electronics ECE 3441. Digital Logic Design INDE 2333.Engineering Statistics I Visual & Performing Arts Core Course Total

3 1 3 4 3 3 17

Spring Semester COSC 2320. Data Structures ECE 4436. Microprocessor Systems Approved ECE or COSC elective9 ECON 2304. Microeconomic Principles MATH 3336. Discrete Mathematics Total

3 4 3 3 3 16

Fourth Year Fall Semester

Hours

COSC 4351. Fundamentals of Software Engineering ECE 3457. Digital Electronics ECE 4335. Electrical & Computer Engineering Systems Design I ECE 5367. Intro. to Comp. Arch. & Design 11 Approved CPE Elective

3 4 3 3

4 _ _ _ _ __ 17

Total

Spring Semester COSC 4330. Fundamentals of Operating Systems ECE 4336. Electrical & Computer Engineering Systems Design II 14 Approved CPE Elective ECE Elective/lab 10 Total D

egree Total

_ _ _ _ __ 3

3 4 4 _ _ _ _ __ 14

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1Refer to the Academic Regulations and Degree Requirements section for information on equivalents and substitutions and to the Admission, Advising, Orientation, and Registration section for information on advanced placement examinations. 2Students not qualified to enroll in MATH 1431, must complete MATH 1300, 1310, and/or 1330, as indicated by the results of the Mathematics placement examination, prior to enrolling in MATH 1431. 9Approved ECE or COSC elective: Any ECE course at the 3000 level or above, except ECE 3336, or choice of COSC 3480, COSC 3340, or any 4000 level COSC course. 10ECE elective/lab: Any ECE course with associated lab at the 3000 level or above except ECE 3336. 14 Approved CPE elective: The current list of approved CPE electives is available in the department and posted on the web: www.egr.uh.edu/ece/academics/undergrad/

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ECE  Department Course  (Catalog)  Number   ECE  2300      

     

 2nd  number  shows  “number  of  credit  hours”  

 

Course  Number  iden`fies  the  course.  It  is  different  from  the   Class  Number.   Class  Number  is  the  number  that  a  course  is  given  during  a   par`cular  semester.  It  is  used  when  you  enroll  every  semester.    

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ECE  Department •  3  credit  hour  courses  meet  3  hours/week    (either  2  `mes/week    MW  or    TTh      or      3  `mes/week    MWF)    with  10  minutes  between  classes.   •  You  can  take  back  to  back  a  couple  of  classes;  it  is   difficult  to  take  too  many  back  to  back  classes.   •  1  credit  hour  lab  meets  more  than  an  hour,i.e.,ECE   1100,  which  is  a  1  credit  hour  course  meets  twice   per  week  for  an  hour.     30

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Course  Offerings     •  Many  ECE  courses  are  offered  every  semester.   •  Some  are  offered  every  Fall  semester  and  some  are   offered  every  Spring  semester.   •  We  post  on  the  web  the  planned  course  offerings  of  the   ECE  department  for  the  next  12  to  18  months:     h=p://www.ee.uh.edu/undergraduate/future-­‐course-­‐ offerings   •  Very  few,  if  any,  ECE  courses  are  offered  in  the  Summer.  

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ECE  Department C-­‐  Rule:    The  College  of  Engineering  requires  a  grade  of      "C-­‐"  or  be=er  for  credit  in  any  mathemaKcs,   science,  or  engineering  course  that  applies   toward  the  bachelor's  degree.      In  addi`on,  the  "C-­‐"  is  required  for  any   mathema`cs,  science,  or  engineering  course  used   as  a  prerequisite  for  a  subsequent  course. 32

ECE  Department Max.  number  of  a`empts:    The  College  of  Engineering  policy  does  not  allow  a   student  to  a=empt  Engineering  courses  more   than  two  `mes  and  science  or  mathema`cs  more   than  three  `mes.  Counted  a=empts  include  all   courses  that  resulted  in  a  grade  of  “A-­‐F”,  “W”  or   “I”.

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ECE  Department Six  “W”  grades  limit:   •  A  student  can  drop  a  course  up  to  the  last  day  to   drop  a  course  or  withdraw  from  all  courses   deadline.  This  deadline  falls  approximately  four   weeks  before  the  last  class  day  of  the  Fall  and   Spring  semesters.   •  Once  the  6  'W's  have  been  used,  you  must   complete  all  courses  you  are  enrolled  in   regardless  of  academic  performance.   •  Courses  dropped  at  other  Texas  public   ins`tu`ons  count  towards  the  6-­‐drop  limit.   34

ECE  Department Residency  Requirements:   The  University  requires  that  the  last  30  semester   hours  have  to  be  completed  in  residency.   The  College  of  Engineering  requires  that  a  minimum   of  30  hours  of  engineering  courses  must  be   completed  in  residency.   A  student  of  the  Cullen  College  of  Engineering  (CCE)   cannot  take  an  Engineering  course  at  another   University.  Only  engineering  courses  taken  before   the  student  has  transferred  to  the  CCE  can  apply  for   transfer  credit.   35

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ECE  Degree  Plans  FAQ •  Can  I  subsKtute  CHEM1331  for  CHEM1372?   •  CHEM1372  is  a  combina`on  of  CHEM1331  and  CHEM1332   most  relevant  for  engineering.   •  Taking  either  CHEM1331  or  CHEM1332  alone  is  not   equivalent  to  CHEM1372.   •  CHEM1331  and  CHEM1332  can  subs`tute  CHEM1372.   •  CHEM1111  Lab  or  CHEM1112  Lab  can  subs`tute   CHEM1117   •   Submit  a  General  PeKKon  only  if  you  have  taken  one  of   the  two  labs.   •  It  is  possible  to  take  one  semester  CHEM  1372  and    a  later   semester  CHEM1117.   36  

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ECE  Degree  Plans  FAQ •  The  degree  plan  specifically  requires  ECON  2304   (Microeconomics)  but  I  took  ECON  2305   (Macroeconomics).      Do  I  have  to  take  ECON  2304?   •  No,  we  will  con`nue  to  accept  either  ECON  2304   or  ECON  2305.     •  Because  we  feel  that  ECON  2304  is  more  relevant   to  engineering,  we  decided  to  list  it  explicitly  in   our  degree  plan  to  encourage  students  to  choose   it  over  2305. 37

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ECE  Degree  Plans  FAQ •  I  have  already  taken  Math  3331  (DifferenKal   EquaKons).  Do  I  need  to  take  Math    3321   (Engineering  Math)?   •  Yes,  unless  you  have  taken  Math  2331  (Linear   Algebra)  and  Math  3331  (Differen`al  Equa`ons).   •  Math  2331  and  Math  3331  can  subs`tute  Math   3321.      

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ECE  Degree  Plans  FAQ   Changes  in  Prerequisites   •  An  older  flowchart  indicates  that  course  xxxx  is   not  a  prerequisite  for  course  yyyy,  while  a  new   flowchart  indicates  that  course  xxxx  is  a   prerequisite  for  course  yyyy.  Does  that  mean   that  the  course  prerequisite  does  not  apply  to   students  who  follow  the  older  flowchart?   •  Changes  in  prerequisites  apply  to  everybody  who   has  not  taken  a  course,  no  ma=er  what  the  old   flowchart  indicates.   39

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Course  Load •  To  graduate  in  4  years  you  will  need  to  enroll  in   32-­‐33  credit  hours  per  year  (16  to  18  hours  per   semester)  .   •  Max.  Load:     –  19  credit  hours  for  Fall  and  Spring  

•  To  enroll  for  more  credit  hours  than  the  max.  (up   to  22)  you  need  to  submit  a  General  PeKKon     –  has  to  be  approved  by  the  Advisor  and  the   Undergraduate  Associate  Dean  of  Engineering

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Course  Load Employment     Work  Load/Week  

Recommended   Semester  Course  Load  

Not  Employed  

16-­‐18  Credit  Hours  

1-­‐20  Hours  

Not  more  than  14  Hours  

20-­‐30  Hours  

Not  more  than  13  Hours  

30-­‐40  Hours  

Not  more  than  10  Hours  

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ECE  Department A  more  realis`c  Rule  to  determine  the   Number  of  Credit  Hours  to  enroll  in If  x  is  the  number  of  credit  hours  a  student  is   enrolled  in,  then   Number  of  hours  employed  +  4    X  ≤  60     X  =  (60-­‐  Number  of  hours  employed)/4     Example   if  a  student  works  20  hours,  he/she  should  enroll  for       X=  (60-­‐  Number  of  hours  employed)/4      =10  credit  hours     42

ECE  Department University  Tes`ng  Services(UTS)     204  Student  Service  Center  1      

   

www.las.uh.edu/uts  

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•  All  new  engineering  students  must  take  the   mathema`cs  placement  examina`on  before   enrolling  in  their  first  math  course.   •  Students  that  have  received  transfer  credit  for   Math  1431,  do  not  need  to  take  the  placement   examina`on.   44  

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Math  Placement  Exams                        

    Math   1310     College  Algebra    

   

 Placement  into  Math  1310          

 

 

 

   Placement  into  Math  1330  

 

 

 

   Placement  into  Math  1431    

Math  1330   Pre-­‐Calculus   Math  1431   Calculus  I  

               Grade  of  65  or  be=er  is  needed  for  all  placement  tests      h=p://online.math.uh.edu/MathPlacement/Decide/   45  

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Transfer  Students   •  Transfer  students  should  already  have  credit  for   Math  1431.  

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ECE  Department Credit  By  Examina`on   •  Credit  by  Examina`on  Programs  accepted  at  UH   -  -  -  - 

Advanced  Placement  (AP)  Examina`ons   SAT  Subject  Tests   Interna`onal  Baccalaureate  (IB)   UH  Departmental  Examina`ons  

•  Official  Test  Scores  must  be  sent  to  UTS   •  A  form  must  be  filled  out  at  UTS     47  

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Credit  By  Examina`on   •  Placement  in  English  and  Mathema`cs  will  be   determined  by  student’s     –  SAT/ACT  scores   –   AP  scores  or     –   Internal  UH  Placement  tests  

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ECE  Department How  Do  I  Get  My    Transfer  Courses   To  Be  Equivalent  To    Courses  at  UH?     Transfer  Course  Equivalencies  for  Engineering:     h`p://www.uh.edu/admissions/apply/apply-­‐transfer/by-­‐ major/Engineering-­‐2013.pdf      

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ECE  Department How  Do  I  Get  My    Transfer  Courses   To  Be  Equivalent  To    Courses  at  UH?   Step1:   •  Official  transcript  must  be  submi=ed  to  the  Admissions  Office.   Evalua`on  is  done  by  the  Office  of  the  Registrar  and  the  process  takes   6-­‐8  weeks.   h=p://www.uh.edu/admissions/admi=ed/transfer-­‐credit     Check  in  PS  for  which  equivalent  U  of  H  course  you  received  credit  for.   •  If  the  designa`on  of  the  course  that  you  took  somewhere  else  is   “ElecKve”,  then,  if  you  s`ll  think  that  the  course  that  you  took   somewhere  else  is  equivalent  to  a  U  of  H  course,  then  submit  a   transfer  credit  pe``on. 50  

ECE  Department How  Do  I  Get  My    Transfer  Courses   To  Be  Equivalent  To    Courses  at  UH?   Step  2:   •  Transfer  Credit  PeKKon   –  Detailed  Course  Descrip`on   –  Detailed  Syllabus   –  Any  other  informa`on  needed  for  the  course     h=p://www.uh.edu/academics/forms/transfer-­‐credit-­‐pe``on.pdf     or  you  can  also  find  it  at       h=p://www.ee.uh.edu/undergraduate/forms    

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ECE  Department Transfer  Credit     •  Any  course  in  which  a  student  received  a  grade  below  C-­‐  is   not  transferable  or  applicable  towards  degree   requirements.   •  Credit  given  for  Technology  courses  cannot  apply  for   Engineering  courses.   •  No  credit  is  given  for  ECE  courses  taken  in  a  foreign   country.   •  Credit  for  other  courses  (math,  physics,  etc)  taken  in  a   foreign  country  can  be  given.  Transcript  should  be   submi=ed.   52  

 

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Course  Registra`on •  Before  enrolling  for    a  course  check  carefully  the   Prerequistes/Corequisites.   –  h=p://www.ee.uh.edu/undergraduate/curriculum-­‐flowcharts   –  h=p://www.uh.edu/academics/catalog/colleges/egr/courses/ece   –  h=p://www.uh.edu/academics/corecurriculum/  

•  Go  to  myUH  to  enroll –  h=p://www.uh.edu/academics/courses-­‐enrollment/ 53

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Con`nuous  Enrollment

•  Registering  for  and  successfully  comple`ng  at   least  one  3  hour  course  in  a  13  month  period   •  Otherwise  need  to  reapply  for  admission  

h=p://www.uh.edu/admissions/apply/Re-­‐apply-­‐Former-­‐Student  

–  $50  fee   –  Deadlines     •  April  1st  for  Summer  Term   •  July  1st  for  Fall  Term   •  November  1st  for  Spring  term 54

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General  Pe``on

Course  Overload  Request   Course  Subs`tu`on   Degree  Requirement  Excep`on   Change  of  Major  

  You  can  find  this  pe``on  at     •  http://www.uh.edu/academics/forms/#generalpetition or  at  the  ECE  dept.  web  site:     •  h=p://www.ee.uh.edu/undergraduate/forms   55

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Academic  Dishonesty  Policy   All  students  and  faculty  of  the  University  of  Houston  are   responsible  for  being  familiar  with  this  policy.  

  h=p://www.uh.edu/academics/catalog/policies/academ-­‐reg/academic-­‐ honesty  

•  Pay  a=en`on  to  the  policy  of  each  instructor  for  homeworks,   labs,  projects,  etc.,  especially  with  regard  to  collabora`on.     •  Make  sure  you  know  beforehand  what  is  permissible  and   what  is  not.  Do  not  assume.   •  At  the  beginning  of  the  semester  in  every  ECE  course  you  will   sign  an  academic  honesty  agreement  form. 56

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Seeking Assistance Michael Craig Undergraduate Advisor N329  Engineering  Building  1  

Dr. Pauline Markenscoff Faculty Advisor N320  Engineering  Building  1  

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Administration Dr. Badrinath Roysam Chairman, ECE Dept.

Dr. Dave Shattuck Associate Dean

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Engineering  Compu`ng  Center   W  129  Engineering  Building  2 h=p://ecc.egr.uh.edu/  

Accounts:      Cougarnet  (Network  of  PCs  running  Windows  XP  available   to  engineering  students)  

 e-­‐mail    

Course  Management  Systems:      Blackboard  (Engineering)    Blackboard  Vista

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Program  for     Mastery  In  Engineering  Studies   E316  Engineering  Bldg  2   h=p://promes.egr.uh.edu/   –  Learn  to  manage  your  `me  effec`vely   –  Improve  your  study  and  tes`ng  skills   –  A=end  academic  workshops  to  supplement  your  math,   science,  and  engineering  courses   –  Meet  peer  mentors 60

Engineering  Career  Center    N302  Engineering   Bldg  1     •  Industrial  Scholars  interns  Program  (ISIP)   •  Co-­‐Opera`ve  Educa`on  (CO-­‐OP)   •  Internships http://career.egr.uh.edu/

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ECE  Department Useful  sites   ECE  Department  web  sites:   h=p://www.ee.uh.edu     h=p://www.ee.uh.edu/undergraduate/general-­‐informa`on     h=p://www.ee.uh.edu/undergraduate/curriculum-­‐flowcharts     h=p://www.ee.uh.edu/undergraduate/advising     h=p://www.ee.uh.edu/undergraduate/forms        

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ECE  Department Useful  sites   Engineering  Policies  web  site:     h=p://www.egr.uh.edu/academics/policies/  

  University  Policies  web  site:   h=p://www.uh.edu/academics/catalog   h=p://www.uh.edu/academics/catalog/policies   h=p://www.uh.edu/academics/catalog/policies/academ-­‐reg   h=p://www.uh.edu/academics/catalog/policies/academ-­‐reg/ academic-­‐honesty/          

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ECE  Department Useful  sites   For  course  enrollment:     h=p://www.ee.uh.edu/undergraduate/curriculum-­‐flowcharts     h=p://www.uh.edu/academics/catalog/colleges/egr/courses/ ece     h=p://www.uh.edu/academics/catalog/policies/degree-­‐reqts/ current-­‐core     h=p://www.uh.edu/academics/courses-­‐enrollment/      

 

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ECE  Department Useful  sites   For  course  credit:       h=p://www.las.uh.edu/uts   h=p://www.uh.edu/admissions/admi=ed/transfer-­‐credit  

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ECE  Department Useful  sites   For academic Forms: h=p://www.uh.edu/academics/forms     http://www.uh.edu/academics/forms/#generalpetition     h=p://www.uh.edu/academics/forms/transfer-­‐credit-­‐ pe``on.pdf    

 

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College  of  Engineering  Services:     h=p://ecc.egr.uh.edu/     h=p://promes.egr.uh.edu     h=p://career.egr.uh.edu        

 

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