Bachelor of Innovation in Electrical Engineering

Objectives
The Bachelor of Innovation in Electrical Engineering will provide students with both the technical and business background to work on innovative electrical engineering-related projects, including the ability to: (1) recognize the broader issues in electrical engineering technology-related problems; (2) understand the technological, business, legal and societal constraints affecting this technology; and (3) have the ability to communicate the key issues, needs, potential options, and final solution to a challenge. The program seeks to prepare students for successful careers and lifelong learning. In addition to the technical competence to be expected of a graduate with a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering, students will develop the critical thinking skills, multi-faceted team oriented skills and basic business background to ensure that they can effectively compete in the changing technological career landscape for positions that are unlikely to be off-shored.

Degree Requirements
The degree requirements for the Bachelor of Innovation degree in Electrical Engineering require completion of at least 128 credit hours, participation in the Exit Interview, a minimum 2.0 grade point average in all ECE courses and all courses taken at the University of Colorado, and a minimum 2.0 in ECE 1411, ECE 2205 and ECE 2411. The courses for the degree are outlined as follows

Innovation Core (27 credits, 15 of which are HSS)

Business Core (21 credits, 6 of which are HSS)

or Globalization Core (21 credits, all of which are HSS)

Mathematics (18 credits):

MATH 135. Calculus I 4
MATH 136. Calculus II 4
MATH 235. Calculus III 4
MATH 340. Intro to Differential Equations 3
ECE 3610. Engineering Probability & Statistics 3


Science (11 credits):

Physics: PES 111, 112, 213 11

English (3 credits):

Eng 131 Writing and Rhetoric 3

EE Core (39 credits)

ECE 1001 Intro. to Robotics 3
ECE 1411, 2411. Logic Circuits I, II 4
ECE 1021. Computer Based Modeling 3
ECE 2050. Introduction to Physical Electronics 3
ECE 2205, 3205 Circuits and Systems I, II 8
ECE 2610. Introduction to Signals and Systems 4
ECE 3020. Semiconductor Devices I 3
ECE 3110. Electromagnetic Fields I 3
ECE 3210 Electronics I 3
ECE 3230 Electronics Laboratory I 1
ECE 3420. Microprocessor Systems Laboratory 1
ECE 3430. Intro to Microcomputer Systems 3

Electives (9 credits)

Technical Electives Select from: 9
Electrical and Computer Engineering (3000 level or above)
Computer Science (300 level or above)