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This page is going to serve as an outline for a generalized curriculum for an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering.
PrerequisitesEdit
Students should have a basic understanding of differential calculus before starting. Students are expected to maintain a regular progression of mathematics concurrently with their engineering studies.
By SemesterEdit
This curriculum, presented bysemester, is designed for a 4 year degree program. In addition the courses here, many universities will also require several "general education" courses to be taken. Also, many courses here will benefit strongly from the inclusion of lab work, which will likely be counted as additional courses.
This curriculum attempts to build from simple foundations to very complicated subjects in a natural way. Subjects are spread out so each semester will have a good sampling of various different topics with minimal subject overlap. This curriculum will present many subjects without focusing too much on any one particular discipline. Students will be prepared for graduate studies in a wide variety of areas.
Many books here contain more then 1 semesters worth of information. It is up to the individual instructors to decide how much information to cover and to what depth.
Semester 1Edit
 Differential Calculus
 C Programming
 Mechanics
Semester 2Edit
 Integral Calculus
 Circuit Theory
 Digital Circuits
Semester 3Edit
 Linear Algebra
 Multivariable Calculus
 MATLAB Programming
Semester 4Edit
Semester 5Edit
 Semiconductors
 Assembly Language (any dialect)
 Electric Power
Semester 6Edit
 Signal Processing
 Embedded Systems
 Communication Systems