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EE & EP Electives
Professional and technical electives are an integral part of the ECE major curriculum. They allow students course flexibility
as well as the unique opportunity to tailor their major to their personal interests and professional goals. These electives
pertain to EE, EP, and E&S majors within ECE (CE majors have different elective requirements).
NOTE:
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ALL COURSES USED TO SATISFY MAJOR REQUIREMENTS MUST BE TAKEN FOR A LETTER GRADE
AND RECEIVE A GRADE OF C- OR BETTER.
Courses highlighted are courses more popular amongst students in the larger course lists.
This is a comprehensive list of courses that will count towards your electives, but it is not a guarantee that they
will be offered every year/quarter or that you will be able to enroll as prerequisites must be completed prior to
enrolling. Enrollment and offering of courses depend on respective departments’ schedules, prerequisites, and
policies. Please follow all department policies.
ECE graduate classes may count towards your electives.
PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVES ONLY:
Professional electives are acceptable courses taken in one department. Normally, these will be upper-division
courses in engineering, mathematics, or physics. Students may also choose upper-division courses from other
departments provided that they fit into a coherent professional program. In such cases, a lower-division prerequisite
may be included in the electives. Courses other than upper-division engineering, mathematics, or physics must be
justified in terms of such a program, and must be approved by the ECE department. Please keep in mind that there are
courses not listed that are acceptable Professional Electives.
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES – (For Professional Electives ONLY)
1 lower division and 2 upper division Biology courses OR 3 upper division Biology courses will satisfy Professional Electives
BILD 1
The Cell
BILD 3
Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
BILD 2
Multicellular Life
BIBC 140
Introduction to Biofuels
BICD 100
Genetics
BIEB 140
Biodiversity
BIEB 166
Animal Behavior and Communication
BIPN 146
Computational Neurobiology
CHEMISTRY (CHEM) – (For Professional Electives ONLY)
1 lower division and 2 upper division CHEM courses OR 3 upper division CHEM courses will satisfy Professional Electives
6B
General Chemistry II
6C
General Chemistry III
140A
Organic Chemistry I
140B
Organic Chemistry II
140C
Organic Chemistry III
143A
Organic Chemistry Laboratory
COGNITIVE SCIENCE (COGS) – (For Professional Electives ONLY)
Any upper division COGS courses will satisfy Professional Electives ONLY
109
Modeling and Data Analysis
118A
Natural Computation I
118B
Natural Computation II
185
Advanced Machine Learning Methods
189
Brain Computer Interfaces
COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING (CSE)
12
Basic Data Structures and Object-Oriented Design - for Professional Electives ONLY
20
Discrete Mathematics - for Professional Electives ONLY
21
Mathematics for Algorithms and Systems - for Professional Electives ONLY
NOTE: CSE 3, 4GS, 6GS, 5A, 7, 8A-B, 11, 123A, 140, 140L will not count as either professional or technical elective credit.
ECONOMICS (ECON)
Students who follow one of the tracks will satisfy Professional Electives ONLY. Students must follow one of the tracks
below:
Note: If economics is chosen for professional electives, only 3 technical electives are required for electrical engineering
majors, 1 technical elective for engineering physics major.
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ECON 1 and 3 followed by the courses in one of the following tracks:
o Macroeconomics: ECON 110A-B
o Monetary economics: ECON 111, and another economics upper division elective
ECON 1 and 2 followed by two courses in one of the following tracks:
o Public and Environmental: ECON 118, 130, 131, 132, 133, 137, 145
o Labor and Human Resources: ECON 137, 139, 140
Note: ECON 100A can be substituted for ECON 2.
ECON 1 and 100A followed by 2 courses in one of the following tracks:
o Microeconomics: ECON 100B-C
o Financial Markets: ECON 120B and 173A
o Operations Research: ECON 172A-B (after taking ECE 109 and MATH 20F)
o Human Resources: ECON 100B and 136
Note: ECON 120A, and 158-159 will not be allowed as professional electives.
GlobalTIES (ENG) - (For Professional Electives ONLY)
12 units of GlobalTIES courses will satisfy 3 Professional Electives
MANAGEMENT, RADY SCHOOL OF (MGT) - for Professional Electives ONLY
Any upper division MGT courses can count towards Professional Electives ONLY
103
Product Marketing and Management
105
Product Promotion and Brand Management
106
Sales and Sales Management
121A
Innovation to Market A
121B
Innovation to Market B
164
Organizational Leadership
166
Business Ethics and Corporate Responsibility
172
Business Project Management
174
Supply Chain and Operations Management
MATHEMATICS (MATH)
163
History of Mathematics - for Professional Electives ONLY
NOTE: Math 180A, 183, or 186 will not count as either professional or technical elective credit.
SPECIAL STUDIES
197-199: At most, 4 units of 195-199 may be used for elective credit.
197: will count towards Professional Elective only.
PROFESSIONAL OR TECHNICAL ELECTIVES:
Technical electives must be upper-division engineering, math or physics courses. At most one lower-division
course in engineering may be used but it must receive prior approval from the ECE department. Certain courses listed
below are not allowed as electives because of overlap with ECE courses.
COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING (CSE)
100
Advanced Data Structures
101
Design and Analysis of Algorithms
103
A Practical Introduction to Probability and Statistics
105
Theory of Computability
107
Introduction to Modern Cryptography
110
Software Engineering
112
Advanced Software Engineering
118
Ubiquitous Computing
120
Principles of Computer Operating Systems
121
Operating Systems: Architecture and Implementation
124
Networked Services
125
Software System Design and Implementation
127
Introduction to Computer Security
130
Programming Languages: Principles and Paradigms
131
Compiler Construction
132A
Database System Principles
132B
Database Systems Applications
134B
Web Client Languages
135
Server-side Web Applications
141
Introduction to Computer Architecture
141L
Project in Computer Architecture
143
Microelectronic System Design
144
Computer-Aided Design of VLSI Circuits
145
Embedded System Design Project
148
Advanced Processor Architecture Design Project
150
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence: Search and Reasoning
151
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence: Statistical Approaches
152
Introduction to Computer Vision
153
Cognitive Modeling
160
Introduction to Parallel Computing
164
GPU Programming
165
3D User Interaction
166
Image Processing
167
Computer Graphics
168
Computer Graphics II: Rendering
169
Computer Animation
170
Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction Design
181
Molecular Sequence Analysis
182
Biological Databases
184
Computational Molecular Biology
190
Topics in Computer Science and Engineering
252B
Computer Vision II
NOTE: CSE 3, 4GS, 6GS, 5A, 7, 8A-B, 11, 123A, 140, 140L will not count as either professional or technical elective credit.
BIOENGINEERING
The following series of courses will provide “core” preparation in bioengineering and will satisfy up to five (5) courses of
the ECE elective requirements: BILD 1, BILD 2, BE 100, BE 140A-B.
The bioengineering department will guarantee admission to these courses for ECE students on a space available basis.
ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING (ECE)
NOTE: Any course(s) used for your depth may not be used towards your electives.
111
Advanced Digital Design Project
115
Fast Protoyping
118
Computer Interfacing
120
Solar System Physics
121
Energy Conversion
123
Antenna Systems Engineering
125A
Power Electronics I
125B
Power Electronics II
134
Electronic Materials Science of Integrated Circuits
135A
Semiconductor Physics
135B
Electronic Devices
136L
Microelectronics Laboratory
138L
Microstructuring Processing Technology Laboratory\
139
Semiconductor Device Design & Modeling
145AL-BL-CL
Acoustics Laboratory
146
Introduction to Magnetic Recording
153
Probability and Random Processes for Engineers
154A
Communications Systems I
154B
Communications Systems II
154C
Communications Systems III
155A
Digital Recording Systems
155B
Digital Recording Projects I
155C
Digital Recording Projects II
156
Sensor Networks
157A
Communications Systems Laboratory I
158A
Data Networks I
158B
Data Networks II
161A
Introduction to Digital Signal Processing
161B
Digital Signal Processing I
161C
Applications of Digital Signal Processing
163
Electronic Circuits and Systems
164
Analog Integrated Circuit Design
165
Digital Integrated Circuit Design
166
Microwave Systems and Circuits
171A-B Linear Control System Theory
172A
Introduction to Intelligent Systems: Robotics and Machine Intelligence
174
Introduction to Linear and Nonlinear Optimization with Applications
175A
Elements of Machine Intelligence: Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning
175B
Elements of Machine Intelligence: Probabilistic Reasoning and Graphical Models
180
Topics in Electrical and Computer Engineering
181
Physical Optics and Fourier Optics
182
Electromagnetic Optics, Guided-Wave, and Fiber Optics
183
184
185
187
188
190
191
193H
202
212AN
222C
230A
240A
250
251A
253
260A
264B
265A
271A
289
Optical Electronics
Optical Information Processing and Holography
Lasers & Modulators
Introduction to Biomedical Imaging and Sensing
Topics in Electrical and Computer Engineering with Laboratory
Engineering Design
Engineering Group Design Project
Honors Project
Medical Devices and Interfaces
Principles of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
Applied Electromagnetic Theory – Computational Methods for Electromagnetics
Solid State Electronics I
Lasers and Optics
Random Processes
Digital Signal Processing I
Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing
VLSI Digital System Algorithms and Architectures
CMOS Analog Integrated Circuits and Systems II
Communication Circuit Design I
Statistical Learning I
Special Topics in Electrical & Computer Engineering
MATHEMATICS (MATH)
100A
Abstract Algebra
100B
Abstract Algebra II
100C
Abstract Algebra III
102
Applied Linear Algebra
103A
Modern Algebra I
103B
Modern Algebra II
104A
Number Theory I
104B
Number Theory II
104C
Number Theory III
109
Mathematical Reasoning
110A
Introduction to Partial Differential Equations
110B
Elements of Partial Differential Equations and Integral Equations
111A
Mathematical Modeling I
111B
Mathematical Modeling II
120A
Elements of Complex Analysis
120B
Applied Complex Analysis
121A
Foundations of Teaching and Learning Mathematics
121B
Foundations of Teaching and Learning Math II
130A
Ordinary Differential Equations I
130B
Ordinary Differential Equations II
140A
Foundations of Real Analysis I
140B
Foundations of Real Analysis II
140C
Foundations of Real Analysis III
142A
Introduction to Analysis I
142B
Introduction to Analysis II
150A
Differential Geometry
150B
Calculus on Manifolds
152
153
154
155A
160A
160B
168A
170A
170B
170C
171A
171B
174
175
179
180B
180C
181A
181B
181C
181E
184A
185
187
189
190
Applicable Mathematics and Computing
Geometry from Secondary Teachers
Discrete Mathematics and Graph Theory
Geometric Computer Graphics
Elementary Mathematical Logic I
Elementary Mathematical Logic II
Topics in Applied Mathematics – Computer Science
Introduction to Numerical Analysis: Linear Algebra
Introduction to Numerical Analysis: Approximation and Nonlinear Equations
Introduction to Numerical Analysis: Ordinary Differential Equations
Introduction to Numerical Optimization: Linear Programming
Introduction to Numerical Optimization: Nonlinear Programming
Numerical Methods for Physical Modeling
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations
Projects in Computational and Applied Mathematics
Introduction to Stochastic Processes I
Introduction to Stochastic Processes II
Introduction to Mathematical Statistics I
Introduction to Mathematical Statistics II
Mathematical Statistics – Nonparametric Statistics
Mathematical Statistics – Time Series
Combinatorics
Introduction to Computational Statistics
Introduction to Cryptography
Exploratory Data Analysis and Inference
Introduction to Topology
NOTE: Math 180A, 183, or 186 will not count as either professional or technical elective credit.
MECHANICAL & AEROSPACE ENGINEERING (MAE)
101A
Introductory Fluid Mechanics
101B
Advanced Fluid Mechanics
101C
Heat Transfer
104
Aerodynamics
107
Computational Methods in Engineering
110A
Thermodynamics
110B
Thermodynamic Systems
113
Fundamentals of Propulsion
117A
Elementary Plasma Physics
118
Introduction to Energy Systems
119
Introduction to Renewable Energy: Solar and Wind
120
Introduction to Nuclear Energy
121
Air Pollution Transport and Dispersion Modeling
122
Flow and Transport in the Environment
123
Introduction to Transport in Porous Media
124
Environmental Challenges: Science and Solutions
126A
Environmental Engineering Laboratory
126B
Environmental Engineering Design
130A
Mechanics I: Statistics
130B
Mechanics II: Dynamics
130C
Mechanics III: Vibrations
131A
131B
131C
132
133
142
143A
143C
149
150
154
155A
155B
156A
156B
160
165
166
167
168
171A
171B
175A
180A
181
Solid Mechanics I
Fundamentals of Solid Mechanics II
Solid Mechanics III
Intermediate Dynamics
Finite Element Methods in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Dynamics and Control of Aerospace Vehicles
Signals and Systems
Digital Control Systems
Sensor Networks
Computer-Aided Design
Product Design and Entrepreneurship
Aerospace Engineering Design
Aerospace Engineering Design II
Fundamental Principles of Mechanical Design I
Fundamental Principles of Mechanical Design II
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Fatigue and Failure Analysis of Engineering Components
Nanomaterials
Wave Dynamics in Materials
MEMS Materials, Fabrication, and Applications
Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I
Mechanical Engineering Laboratory II
Aerospace Engineering Laboratory I
Spacecraft Guidance I
Space Mission Analysis and Design
NOTE: MAE 2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 20, 105, 108, 139, 140, 143B, and 170 will not count as either professional or technical elective
credit.
NANOENGINEERING (NANO)
100L
Physical Properties of Materials Lab
101
Introduction to Nanoengineering
102
Foundations in Nanoengineering: Chemical Principles
103
Foundations in Nanoengineering: Biochemical Principles
104
Foundations in Nanoengineering: Physical Principles
106
Crystallography of Solids
107
Electronic Devices and Circuits for Nanoengineers
108
Materials Science and Engineering
110
Modeling of Nanoengineering Systems
111
Characterization of Nanoengineering Systems
112
Synthesis and Fabrication of Nanoengineering Systems
114
Probability and Statistical Methods for Engineers
120A
Nanoengineering System Design I
120B
Nanoengineering System Design II
134
Polymeric Materials
141A
Engineering Mechanics I: Analysis of Equilibrium
143
Nanomedicine
146
Nanoscale Optical Microscopy and Spectroscopy
148
Thermodynamics of Materials
150
Mechanics of Nanomaterials
156
Nanomaterials
158
158L
161
164
168
174
174L
247B
Phase Transformations and Kinetics
Materials Processing Laboratory
Material Selection in Engineering
Advanced Micro- and Nano-materials for Energy Storage and Conversion
Electrical, Dielectric, and Magnetic Properties of Engineering Materials
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Mechanical Behavior Laboratory
BioElectronics
PHYSICS (PHYS)
100A
Electromagnetism I
100B
Electromagnetism II
100C
Electromagnetism III
105A
Mathematical and Computational Physics I
105B
Mathematical and Computational Physics II
110A
Mechanics I
110B
Mechanics II
111
Introduction to Ocean Waves
120
Circuits and Electronics
122
Experimental Techniques
124
Laboratory Projects
130A
Quantum Physics I
130B
Quantum Physics II
130C
Quantum Physics III
133
Condensed Matter/Materials Science Laboratory
137
String Theory
139
Physics Special Topics
140A
Statistical and Thermal Physics I
140B
Statistical and Thermal Physics II
141
Computational Physics I: Probabilistic Models and Simulations
142
Computational Physics II: PDE and Matrix Models
151
Elementary Plasma Physics
152A
Condensed Matter Physics
152B
Electronic Materials
154
Elementary Particle Physics
160
Stellar Astrophysics
161
Black Holes
162
Cosmology
163
Galaxies and Quasars
170
Medical Instruments: Principles and Practice
173
Modern Physics Laboratory: Biological and Quantum Physics
175
Fundamentals of Biological Physics
176
Quantitative Molecular Biology
177
Physics of the Cell
178
Biophysics of Neurons and Networks
STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING (SE)
101A
Mechanics I: Statics
101B
Mechanics II: Dynamics
101C
Mechanics III: Vibrations
102
103
110A
110B
111A-B
112A-B
115
Numerical, Computational, and Graphical Tools for Structural Engineering I
Conceptual Structural Design
Solid Mechanics I
Solid Mechanics II
Steel Bridge Design Competition
Concrete Canoe Design Competition
Fluid Mechanics for Structural Engineering
120
121
125
130A-B
Engineering Graphics & Computer Aided Structural Design
Computational and Graphical Tools for Structural Engineering II
Statistics, Probability and Reliability
Structural Analysis
131
Finite Element Analysis
140
Structures and Materials Laboratory
142
Design of Composite Structures
150
Design of Steel Structures
151A
Design of Reinforced Concrete
151B
Design of Prestressed Concrete
152
Seismic Design of Structures
154
Design of Timber Structures
160A
Aerospace Structural Mechanics I
160B
Aerospace Structural Mechanics II
163
Nondestructive Evaluation
165
Structural Health Monitoring
168
Structural System Testing and Model Correlation
171
Aerospace Structures Repair
180
Earthquake Engineering
181
Geotechnical Engineering
182
Foundation Engineering
184
Ground Improvement
SPECIAL STUDIES
197-199: At most, 4 units of 195-199 may be used for elective credit.
197: will count towards Professional Elective only
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