ECE 101

Origins of Science and Engineering

Introduction to the profession of engineering from a historical perspective. Evolution of engineering from its ancient roots in China, Europe and the Mideast to the development of engineering during the Renaissance and the 18th and 19th centuries in Europe and the growth of engineering in the United States from its French and British roots to current day practices. 3 credits, 3 periods

Prerequisites: None
Corequisites: None
Transfer:

  • ASU - Elective Credit
  • UofA - Elective Credit
  • NAU - Elective Credit

ECE 102

Engineering Analysis Tools and Techniques

Learning culture of engineering, engineering use of computer tools, and computer modeling as applied to engineering analysis and design. 2 credits, 4 periods

Prerequisites: Two years of high school algebra or MAT122 or departmental approval
Corequisites: MAT151 or MAT182 or MAT187
Transfer:

  • ASU Fulton - ECE 102 and ECE 103 transfer as ASU 101(1) and BME 100(2), CEE 100(2), CHE 100(2), CSE 101(2), EEE 101(2), IEE 100(2), MAE 100(2) or MSE 100(2) and Elective Credit(1)
  • ASU Poly - ECE 102 and ECE transfer as ASU 101(1) and EGR 102(3)
  • UofA - ECE 102 and ECE 103 transfer as ENGR 102(3) and Elective Credit(1)
  • NAU - ECE 102 and ECE 103 transfer as EGR 186(3) and Elective Credit(1)

ECE 103

Engineering Problem Solving and Design

Fundamentals of the design process: engineering modeling, communication and problem-solving skills in a team environment. Emphasis on process-based improvements to the design process. Introduction to engineering as a profession. 2 credits, 4 periods

Prerequisites: ECE102 and (high school physics or PHY111)
Corequisites: None
Transfer:

  • ASU Fulton - ECE 102 and ECE 103 transfer as ASU 101(1) and BME 100(2), CEE 100(2), CHE 100(2), CSE 101(2), EEE 101(2), IEE 100(2), MAE 100(2) or MSE 100(2) and Elective Credit(1)
  • ASU Poly - ECE 102 and ECE transfer as ASU 101(1) and EGR 102(3)
  • UofA - ECE 102 and ECE 103 transfer as ENGR 102(3) and Elective Credit(1); NAU - ECE 102 and ECE 103 transfer as EGR 186(3) and Elective Credit(1)

ECE 111

Bioengineering Systems

Introduction to biological concepts and application of engineering to biological and earth systems. Analysis of materials, structures, fluid mechanics, bioelectricity, and dynamics as applied to biological and environmental systems. 3 credits, 5 periods

Prerequisites: None
Corequisites:None
Transfer:

  • ASU Fulton - BME 111(3)
  • UofA - Elective Credit
  • NAU - ABE Departmental Elective Credit