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Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Academic Policies

Effective January 16, 2006

Co-op Credit Policy

Requirements for getting 3 credits for Field Experience ECE 496 (ECE technical elective):

  1. student must have technical work equivalent to six months full time work.
  2. student must report to a technical professional, usually in industry, and perform work with adequate technical content (to be determined by the faculty in charge of ECE 496).
  3. Must have an approved written technical report and oral presentation for successful completion of course (and the report is archived).
  4. I.P. (intellectual property) issues need to be addressed with the co-op company before completion of written report and oral presentation.

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Three Times and Out Policy

Students with:

  1. two unsuccessful outcomes (W, F, or less than a C*) for an ECE course must meet with the ECE Undergraduate Program Coordinator to devise a plan/contract for success before being allowed to register for that ECE class for the 3rd time.
  2. three unsuccessful outcomes (W, F or less than a C*) shall be suspended from the ECE department for a period of 1 year.

    * "C" or better policy pertains ONLY to ECE 173, EE 206, and ECE 275

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Lab Policy

In all ECE courses with laboratory work

  • each student must perform each experiment, and
  • each student must turn in a report for each experiment

in order to receive a passing grade in the course.

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Last Updated: Thursday, May 22, 2014 2:14:55 PM