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  • Objectives
    Electrical engineering involves the design of both the largest and the smallest structures built by humans. Working with transistors smaller than most living cells, electrical engineers design microchips that allow us to control equipment ranging from aircraft engines to domestic appliances, and to establish communications with some of the most remote locations on earth. Electrical engineers are also responsible for the design and construction of the massive systems that generate the electrical power needed by large cities that distribute it to users hundreds of kilometres away. Carleton’s Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) degree program in Electrical Engineering features strong specializations in telecommunications, integrated circuit design and fabrication, transistor physics, microwave and RF circuits, antennas, light wave devices, and software for computer-aided design (CAD). Carleton also has one of the few in-house fabrication facilities at a Canadian university.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Enginnering
  • Course description
    Electrical Engineering
    Bachelor of Engineering
    (21.5 credits)

    First year

       1. 4.0 credits in CHEM 1101, MATH 1004, MATH 1005, MATH 1104, PHYS 1004, ECOR 1010, ECOR 1101, ECOR 1606;
       2. 1.0 credit in Complementary Studies Electives;

    Second year


       3. 4.5 credits in MATH 2004, ECOR 2606, ELEC 2501, SYSC 2002, MATH 3705, SYSC 2004, ELEC 2507, ELEC 2607, CCDP 2100;
       4. 0.5 credit in Complementary Studies;
       5. 0.5 credit in Basic Science Electives;

    Third year


       6. 4.5 credits in SYSC 3600, ELEC 3509, ELEC 3500, ELEC 3908, ELEC 3105, STAT 3502, SYSC 3006, SYSC 3501, ELEC 3909;
       7. 0.5 credit in Complementary Studies;

    Fourth year


       8. 1.5 credits in ECOR 3800, ECOR 4995, ELEC 4601;
       9. 1.0 credit from ELEC 4907 [1.0] or SYSC 4907 [1.0];
      10. 3.0 credits from: MECH 4503, SYSC 3100, SYSC 3200, or ELEC or SYSC at the 4000-level.
      11. 0.5 credit either in Science Electives for Engineering or in ENVE, CIVE, IDES, MAAE, AERO, MECH at the 2000-level or above, MECH 4503, SYSC 3100, SYSC 3200, or any ELEC or SYSC at the 4000-level.

    Note:

        * For Item 8 above, students should register in ELEC 4907 if their supervisor is in Electronics, and in SYSC 4907 if their supervisor is in Systems and Computer Engineering.

    • ELEC 1908 - First Year Project
    • ELEC 2501 - Circuits and Signals
    • ELEC 2507 - Electronics I
    • ELEC 2607 - Switching Circuits
    • ELEC 3105 - Basic EM and Power Engineering
    • ELEC 3500 - Digital Electronics
    • ELEC 3508 - Power Electronics
    • ELEC 3509 - Electronics II
    • ELEC 3605 - Electrical Engineering
    • ELEC 3908 - Physical Electronics
    • ELEC 3909 - Electromagnetic Waves
    • ELEC 4502 - Microwave Circuits
    • ELEC 4503 - Radio Frequency Lines and Antennas
    • ELEC 4504 - Avionics Systems
    • ELEC 4505 - Telecommunication Circuits
    • ELEC 4506 - CAD for Communication Circuits
    • ELEC 4509 - Communication Links
    • ELEC 4600 - Radar and Navigation
    • ELEC 4601 - Microprocessor Systems
    • ELEC 4602 - Electrical Power Engineering
    • ELEC 4609 - Integrated Circuit Design and Fabrication
    • ELEC 4700 - The Physics and Modeling of Advanced Devices and Technologies
    • ELEC 4702 - Fiber Optic Communications
    • ELEC 4703 - Solar Cells and Applications
    • ELEC 4705 - Electronic Materials, Devices and Transmission Media
    • ELEC 4706 - Digital Integrated Electronics
    • ELEC 4707 - Analog Integrated Electronics
    • ELEC 4708 - Advanced Digital Integrated Circuit Design
    • ELEC 4709 - Integrated Sensors
    • ELEC 4906 - Special Topics
    • ELEC 4907 - Engineering Project
    • ELEC 4908 - Engineering Physics Project

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