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Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Academic Policies

Effective April 10, 2015

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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Subsequent EE/ECE Course Failure Policy

Third or later enrollment in any EE or ECE course requires written approval of the ECE Undergraduate Coordinator, who will work with students to devise individual plans for course success.

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