1 This course must be passed with a grade of C or better either to transfer into Electrical Engineering from General Engineering or to satisfy later course requirements.
2 ENGR 1050 and ENGR 1060 may be substituted for ENGR 1020 .
3 Depending on a student’s Clemson Mathematics Placement Test score, MATH 1040 and MATH 1070 may be substituted for MATH 1060 ; or the student may be required to take MATH 1050 before enrolling in MATH 1060 .
4 Students should select from General Education courses that satisfy Arts and Humanities or Social Science General Education Requirements. General Education Cross-Cultural Awareness and Science and Technology in Society Requirements must also be satisfied.
5 ENGR 1070 , ENGR 1080 and ENGR 1090 may be substituted for ENGR 1410 .
6 Select from MATH 3650 , MATH 4190 , MATH 4340 , MATH 4400 , MATH 4410 , and STAT 4110 . (MATH 4190 and MATH 4400 require MATH 3110 as a prerequisite.)
7 Nine credits selected from BIOE 3700 , BIOE 4310 , BIOE 4350 , BIOE 4710 , ECE 2220 , ECE 4040 , ECE 4050 *, ECE 4060 , ECE 4160 , ECE 4180 , ECE 4190 , ECE 4200 , ECE 4220 , ECE 4290 , ECE 4300 , ECE 4320 , ECE 4340 , ECE 4350 , ECE 4360 , ECE 4370 , ECE 4380 , ECE 4400 , ECE 4420 , ECE 4460 , ECE 4550 , ECE 4570 , ECE 4590 , ECE 4600 , ECE 4610 , ECE 4670 , ECE 4680 , ECE 4710 , ECE 4730 , ECE 4910 *, ECE 4920 *, ECE 4930 *, ECE 4990 * or ME 3100 . A maximum of three credits of courses marked with an asterisk may be used to satisfy this requirement.
8 Three additional credits from Humanities and Social Sciences for Engineering Curricula; or ELE 3010 or ELE 4010 ; or any additional three-credit, 4000-level course from the list of courses in footnote 7 above; or a course selected from the following list: ECE 4310 , ECE 4490 , ECE 4740 ; or one additional course selected from MATH 3110 , MATH 4120 , MATH 4190 , MATH 4340 , MATH 4350 , MATH 4400 , MATH 4410 , MATH 4530 or MATH 4540 .
- To transfer from General Engineering into the Electrical Engineering program, students must have a cumulative grade-point average of 2.00 in courses taken at Clemson and must have earned a C or better in each course of the General Engineering Core.
- A student is allowed to enroll in ECE courses (excluding ECE 2070 , ECE 2080 , ECE 3080 ) only when all prerequisites have been passed with a grade of C or better.
- All Electrical Engineering students must have a cumulative engineering grade-point average (EGPA) of 2.00 to enroll in any 3000- or 4000-level ECE course. If this condition is not met each term, enrollment in these upper-level courses may be restricted. Students must fill out a Variance Request form, which will be reviewed by the Departmental Variance Committee. Strict adherence to the committee decision is required.
- No student may exceed a maximum of two attempts, excluding a W, to complete successfully any ECE course. A third and final attempt will only be considered by a written Variance Request to be reviewed by the Departmental Variance Committee before the deadline to add a course in a subsequent term. Students who do not complete a Variance or who have a Variance denied are not eligible to continue in the Electrical Engineering major. Strict adherence to the committee decision is required.
- In addition to other institutional requirements for graduation, candidates for a BS degree in Electrical Engineering are required to have a 2.00 or higher cumulative GPA in all engineering courses (EGPA) at Clemson.