There are 3 majors you can choose to use an Advanced Energy Concentration with. Each has a slightly different Four-Year Curriculum. Scroll to find the major of your choice.

Computer Engineering Program with Advanced Energy Concentration      
             
FALL - First Year   Credit hours   SPRING - First Year   Credit hours
Engineering Orientation ENGR 1001 0   Foundations of Design 2 ENGR 1051 3
Foundations of Design 1 ENGR 1041 3   Programming 2 ECCS 1621 4
Programming 1 ECCS 1611 4   Digital Logic ECCS 1721 4
Calculus 1 MATH 1631 4   Calculus 2 MATH 1641 4
Principles of Entrepreneurship ABUS 2221 3   Writing Seminar ENGL 1221 3
Science Elective   4        
    18       18
             
FALL - Second Year       SPRING - Second Year    
Electric Circuits ECCS 2311 4   Maker Engineering ECCS 2381 1
Digital Signal Processing ECCS 2331 3   Electronics ECCS 2341 4
Data Structures & Alg. 1 ECCS 2671 3   Physics 2 PHYS 2321 3
Discrete Math MATH 3061 3   Physics 2 Laboratory PHYS 2351 1
Physics 1 PHYS 2311 3   Professional Ethics PHIL 2401 3
Physics 1 Laboratory PHYS 2341 1   Thermodynamics ME 2311 3
    17       15
             
FALL - Third Year       SPRING - Third Year    
Computer Architecture ECCS 3611 4   Embedded Hdwr/Softw Codesign ECCS 3241 4
Networks & Data Comm. ECCS 3631 4   Computer Security ECCS 3411 3
Real-Time Embedded App ECCS 3351 4   Project Development ECCS 3781 2
Statistics for Sci. & Eng. STAT 2501 3   Operating Systems ECCS 3661 3
        Machines & Power Electronics ECCS 3121 4
    15       16
             
FALL - Fourth Year       SPRING - Fourth Year    
Capstone Design Experience 1 ENGR 4011 1   Capstone Design Experience 2 ENGR 4021 2
Energy Elective 1   3   Energy Elective 3   3
Energy Elective 2   3   Math/Science Elective   3
Engineering Elective*   3   Gen Ed Elective 3   3
Gen Ed Elective 1   3   Gen Ed Elective 4   3
Gen Ed Elective 2   3   Environmental Ethics PHIL 3101 3
    16       17
             
Energy Electives            
ECCS 4111 Power Systems     ME 4321 Renewable Energy
ECCS 4121 Advanced Power   ME 4331 Advanced Thermodynamics
ECCS 4331 Photovoltaic and power Devices PHYS 3111 Nuclear Physics  
ECCS 4351 Smart Grid          
             
*Any course in the College of Engineering outside of ECCS        

 

Electrical Engineering Program with Advanced Energy Concentration      
             
FALL - First Year   Credit hours   SPRING - First Year   Credit hours
Engineering Orientation ENGR 1001 0   Foundations of Design 2 ENGR 1051 3
Foundations of Design 1 ENGR 1041 3   Digital Logic ECCS 1721 4
Programming 1 ECCS 1611 4   Calculus 2 MATH 1641 4
Calculus 1 MATH 1631 4   Writing Seminar ENGL 1221 3
Principles of Entrepreneurship ABUS 2221 3        
Science Elective   4        
    18       14
             
FALL - Second Year       SPRING - Second Year    
Electric Circuits ECCS 2311 4   Maker Engineering ECCS 2381 1
Digital Signal Processing ECCS 2331 3   Electronics ECCS 2341 4
Differential Equations MATH 2651 4   Physics 2 PHYS 2321 3
Physics 1 PHYS 2311 3   Physics 2 Laboratory PHYS 2351 1
Physics 1 Laboratory PHYS 2341 1   Thermodynamics ME 2311 3
        Calculus 3 MATH 2631 4
    15       16
             
FALL - Third Year       SPRING - Third Year    
Signals & Systems ECCS 3131 4   Controls & Automation ECCS 3141 4
Applied Electromagnetics ECCS 3111 3   Communication Systems ECCS 3191 4
Real-Time Embedded App ECCS 3351 4   Machine & Power Electronics ECCS 3121 4
Statistics for Sci. & Eng. STAT 2501 3   Project Development ECCS 3781 2
Gen Ed Elective 1   3   Professional Ethics PHIL 2401 3
    17       17
             
FALL - Fourth Year       SPRING - Fourth Year    
Capstone Design Experience 1 ENGR 4011 1   Capstone Design Experience 2 ENGR 4021 2
Networks & Data Comm ECCS 3631 4   Advanced Energy Elective 3   3
Power Systems ECCS 4111 3   Environmental Ethics PHIL 3101 3
Advanced Energy Elective 1   3   Gen Ed Elective 3   3
Advanced Energy Elective 2   3   Gen Ed Elective 4   3
Gen Ed Elective 2   3        
    17       14
             
Courses in bold are required for the concentration.     Advanced Energy Electives    
*Courses offered every other year.       Advanced Power ECCS 4121  
        Photovoltaic & Power Devices ECCS 4331  
        Smart Grid* ECCS 4351  
        Renewable Energy* ME 4321  
        Advanced Thermodynamics* ME 4331  
        Nuclear Physics PHYS 3111  
             
Last Revised: April 20, 2019       Required Graduation Hours = 128  

 

Mechanical Engineering Program with Advanced Energy Concentration      
             
FALL - First Year   Credit hours   SPRING - First Year   Credit hours
Engineering Orientation ENGR 1001 0   Foundations of Design 2 ENGR 1051 3
Foundations of Design 1 ENGR 1041 3   Calculus 2 MATH 1641 4
Calculus 1 MATH 1631 4   Physics 1 PHYS 2311 3
Chemistry for Engineering CHEM 1501 3   Physics Laboratory 1 PHYS 2341 1
Chemistry for Engineering Lab CHEM 1551 1   Business Elective BIZ/ABUS 3
Writing Seminar ENGL 1221 3   Engineering Material Science ME 1411 3
General Education Elective 1   3        
    17       17
             
FALL - Second Year       SPRING - Second Year    
Differential Equations MATH 2651 4   Math/Science Elective   3
Statics ENGR 2131 3   Dynamics ENGR 2141 3
Electric Circuits + lab ECCS 2311 4   Strength of Materials ENGR 2231 3
Physics 2 PHYS 2321 3   Computer Applications ME 2511 3
General Education Elective 2   3   Thermodynamics ME 2311 3
    17       15
             
FALL - Third Year       SPRING - Third Year    
Mechanical Design 1 ME 3111 3   Mechanical Design 2 ME 3121 3
Dynamic Systems 1 ME 3211 3   Dynamic Systems 2 + lab ME 3221 4
Fluid Mechanics ME 3311 3   Heat Transfer ME 3321 3
Manufacturing Lab ME 3411 1   Thermal Sciences Lab ME 3331 1
Experimental Methods ME 3511 2   Machines & Power Electronics ECCS 3121 4
Statistics for Sci. & Eng. STAT 2501 3        
    15       15
             
FALL - Fourth Year       SPRING - Fourth Year    
Capstone Design Experience 1 ENGR 4011 1   Capstone Design Experience 2 ENGR 4021 2
Process of Design ME 4011 3   General Education Elective 4   3
Engineering Analysis ME 4511 3   General Education Elective 5   3
Advanced Energy Elective 1   3   Advanced Energy Elective 2   3
Professional Ethics PHIL 2401 3   Advanced Energy Elective 3   3
General Education Elective 3   3   Math/Science Elective   3
    16       17
             
Courses in bold are required for the concentration.     Advanced Energy Electives**    
* Courses offered every other year.       Advanced Thermodynamics* ME 4331  
        Renewable Energy* ME 4321  
**Note that the ME program still requires that at least   Power Systems ECCS 4111  
two technical electives be ME courses.       Advanced Power ECCS 4121  
        Photovoltaic & Power Devices ECCS 4331  
        Smart Grid* ECCS 4351  
        Sustainable Building Design* CE 3921  
        Water-Energy-Society Nexus* CE 4321  
        Nuclear Physics PHYS 3111  
             
Last Revised: October 22, 2019       Required Graduation Hours = 129