Professional Electives

Electrical Engineering | Updated March 2014

2012-2014 Catalog

"Elective requirements include 12 credits of humanities, social science, diversity, and arts classes as part of university general education core requirements, 18 credits of approved professional electives, including a minimum of  9 credits in electrical engineering courses, a minimum of 6 credits outside of electrical engineering selected from the approved Professional Electives listed below, and 3 credits of electives selected from the list or from among the courses approved by the MSU Core 2.0 committee in the W, A, H, S, D, N, or Contemporary Issues in Science (CS) categories (i.e., any Core category except US and Q).  There must be a minimum of 4 credits at the 300 level or above in the student's approved elective package."

2010-2012 Catalog

"Elective requirements include 12 credits of humanities, social science, diversity, and arts classes as part of university and COE core requirements (these two requirements may be combined), 15 credits of professional electives with a minimum of  8 credits in Electrical Engineering and a minimum of  5 credits outside of Electrical Engineering all from the professional electives list below. There must be a minimum of 5 credits at the 300 level or above in the student's approved electives package. 3 additional elective credits (referred to as "COE Core") must be selected from either the approved Professional Electives listed below, or from the list of courses approved by the MSU Core 2.0 committee in the W, A, H, S, D, N, or Contemporary Issues in Science (CS) categories (i.e., all categories except US and Q)."

Professional Electives

MAS--Up to 3 credits of ROTC-required coursework may be used

 

 

 

 

  • CS 204--Multimedia Development Methods
  • CSCI 111--Programming with JAVA I
  • CSCI 132--Basic Data Structures and Algorithms
  • CSCI 246--Discrete Structures
  • CSCI 232--Adv Data Structures and Algorithms
  • CSCI 300 and 400 level courses, with CSCI 494--Seminar (limited to 1 cr)
  • ESOF 322--Software Engineering
  • ESOF 422--Advanced Software Engineering

 

  • EELE 300 or 400 level courses, excluding EELE 354.

 

  • EGEN 201--Engineering Mechanics-Statics
  • EGEN 202--Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics
  • EGEN 205--Mechanics of Materials
  • EGEN 335--Fluid Mechanics
  • EGEN 325--Engineering Economic Analysis
  • EIND 354--Engineering Probability & Stats I
  • EIND 364--Principles of Operational Research I
  • EIND_373--Production Inventory Cost Analysis
  • EIND_425--Technology Entrepreneurship
  • EIND 434--Project & Engineering Management
  • EIND 454--Engineering Probability and Statistics II
  • EMEC 300 or 400 level courses

 

  • ERTH_101IN--Earth System Science
  • GPHY_121D--Human Geography
  • GPHY_141D--Geography of World Regions
  • GPHY 284--Intro to GIS Science & Cartography

 

  • M 221--Introduction to Linear Algebra
  • M 242--Methods of Proof
  • M 300 and 400 level courses, excluding M 330

 

  • PHSX 300 and 400 level courses, with PHSX 494--Seminar (limited to 1 cr), and excluding PHSX 305 and PHSX 499.