Engineering Physics Program

Digital Electronic Systems Requirements

General Education Requirements

Hours

KU Core 2.1

(Normally ENGL 101 and ENGL 102)

6

Chemistry

CHEM 130, Foundations of Chemistry I or CHEM 150, Chemistry for Engineers

5

KU Core requirements

Courses approved to satisfy Goals 2.2, 3S, 3N, 4.1, and 4.2

 

15

Core Physics

Hours

PHSX 150

Seminar in Physics, Astronomy and Engineering Physics                      

0.5

PHSX 211/216 or 213

General Physics I and General Physics I Lab (213 is honors/majors equivalent)

5

PHSX 212/236 or 214

General Physics II and General Physics II Lab (214 is honors/majors equivalent)

4

PHSX 313

General Physics III

3

PHSX 316

Intermediate Physics Laboratory (with or after PHSX 313)

1

EPHX 516

Physical Measurements

4

EPHX 521

Mechanics I

3

EPHX 531

Electricity & Magnetism

3

PHSX 601

Design of Physical & Electronic Systems

4

Mathematics

Hours

MATH 125

Calculus I   

4

MATH 126

Calculus II 

4

MATH 127

Calculus III

4

MATH 290

Elementary Linear Algebra

2

MATH 220 or 320

Applied or Elementary Differential Equations

3

Requirements specific for Design Option in Digital Electronic Systems

Hours

Physics

EPHX 511, Intro Quantum Mechanics

3

Elect. Engr &

EECS 140, Intro to Digital Logic Design (or EECS 141, honors)

4

Computer Sci.

EECS 168, Programming I

4

 

EECS 211, Circuits I

3

 

EECS 212, Circuits II

4

 

EECS 268, Programming II

4

 

EECS 312, Electronic Circuits I.

3

 

EECS 360, Signal and System Analysis

4

 

EECS 388, Computer Systems & Assembly Language

4

 

EECS 443, Digital Systems Design

4

 

EECS 448, Software Engineering I

4

 

EECS 461, Probability & Statistics

3

 

EECS 470, Electronic Devices & Properties of Materials

3

 

EECS 541, Computer Systems Design Lab I

3

 

EECS 542, Computer Systems Design Lab II

3

 

EECS 645 Computer Architecture

3

 

EECS elective

3

KU Core Curriculum and Chemistry Requirements (26 credits)

Hours

English

KU Core Curriculum Goal 2 Outcome 1

6

Chemistry

CHEM 130, Foundations of Chemistry, or CHEM 150, Chemistry for Engineers, or CHEM 170, Chemistry for Chemical Sciences I

5

KU Core requirements

Fulfillment of the requirements of the KU Core Curriculum Goal 2 Outcome 2, Goal 3 (arts and humanities, social sciences), and Goal 4 Outcomes 1 and 2.

 

15

Core Physics Courses (27.5 credits)

Hours

PHSX 150

Seminar in Physics, Astronomy and Engineering Physics                       

0.5

PHSX 211 or 213

General Physics I (213 is honors/majors equivalent, 5 credits, includes lab)

4

PHSX 212 or 214

General Physics II (214 is honors/majors equivalent, 4 credits, includes lab)

3

PHSX 216

General Physics I Laboratory

1

PHSX 236

General Physics II Laboratory

1

PHSX 313

General Physics III

3

PHSX 316

Intermediate Physics Laboratory (with or after PHSX 313)

1

EPHX 516

Physical Measurements

4

EPHX 521

Mechanics I

3

EPHX 531

Electricity & Magnetism

3

PHSX 601

Design of Physical & Electronic Systems

4

Mathematics Courses (18 credits)

Hours

MATH 121

Calculus I   

5

MATH 122

Calculus II 

5

MATH 223

Vector Calculus

3

MATH 290

Elementary Linear Algebra

2

MATH 220
or 320

Applied or Elementary Differential Equations

3

Course Requirements for Design Option in Digital Electronic Systems (59 credits )

Hours

Physics

EPHX 511, Intro Quantum Mechanics

3

Elect. Engr &

EECS 140, Intro to Digital Logic Design (or EECS 141, honors)

4

Computer Sci.

EECS 168, Programming I

4

 

EECS 211, Circuits I

3

 

EECS 212, Circuits II

4

 

EECS 268, Programming II

4

 

EECS 312, Electronic Circuits I.

3

 

EECS 360, Signal and System Analysis

4

 

EECS 388, Computer Systems & Assembly Language

4

 

EECS 443, Digital Systems Design

4

 

EECS 448, Software Engineering I

4

 

EECS 461, Probability & Statistics

3

 

EECS 470, Electronic Devices & Properties of Materials

3

 

EECS 541, Computer Systems Design Lab I

3

 

EECS 542, Computer Systems Design Lab II

3

 

EECS 645 Computer Architecture or 643, Advanced Computer Architecture

3

 

EECS Elective

3

General Education Requirements for Engineering Physics Students.

For requirements in Engineering Physics: because of changes in the School of Engineering course offerings for students enrolled, please see your advisor for more information.


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