MaconCatalog : The School of Engineering : Computer Specialization : Academic Requirements
Academic Requirements
The computer specialization builds upon the base provided by the engineering core and general studies. Beyond this base, the curriculum is composed of two parts; computer specialization required courses and technical electives. Approved technical elective courses enable students to deepen their background in computer engineering and to expand their knowledge in related fields. Successful completion of the curriculum leaves the student prepared to embark on a career in computer engineering or to pursue advanced education in graduate school. The attention of the student is directed to the retention, graduation and academic requirements of the University and the School of Engineering. Required computer specialization courses require a C or better in ECE, EGR, and CSC prerequisites. Students must also maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 in courses with the ECE and CSC prefix. Computer specialization students must complete the key foundation courses in the discipline before enrolling in senior design ECE 485.