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Copy of Computer and Electrical Engineering

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PiONEERiSM
The Core Values of
USJR

By Marie Joy Torrejos BS Computer Engg-2
INTERiORiTY
General Chemistry Lecture I

1 CHM 102 Laboratory for Chemistry 101

3 ECN 201 Principles of Economics: Microeconomics

1 EGR 105 Foundations of Engineering I

4 MTH 141 Introductory Calculus with Analytic Geometry

3 PHY 203 Elementary Physics I

1 PHY 273 Elementary Physics Laboratory I



Second semester: 15 credits

2 EGR 106 Foundations of Engineering II

1 ELE 101 Introduction to Electrical Engineering

4 MTH 142 Intermediate Calculus with Analytic Geometry

3 PHY 204 Elementary Physics II

1 PHY 274 Elementary Physics Laboratory II

4 CSC 200 Computer Problem Solving for Science and Engineering



Sophomore Year(show prereqs)

First semester: 14 credits

3 ELE 201 Digital Circuits Design

1 ELE 202 Digital Circuits Design Laboratory

3 MTH 362 Advanced Engineering Mathematics I

3 PHY 205 Elementary Physics III

1 PHY 275 Elementary Physics Laboratory III

3 General Education Requirement



Second semester: 17 credits

2 ELE 205 Microprocessors

1 ELE 206 Microprocessor Laboratory

3 ELE 212 Linear Circuit Theory

2 ELE 215 Linear Circuit Laboratory

3 MTH 243 Calculus for Functions of Several Variables

3 PHY 306 Elementary Modern Physics

3 General Education Requirement



Junior Year(show prereqs)

First semester: 17 credits

3 ELE 313 Linear Systems

4 ELE 331 Introduction to Solid State Devices

3 ELE 338 Electronics I

1 ELE 339 Electronics I Laboratory

3 MTH 451 Introduction to Probability and Statistics

or

3 ISE 411 Probability and Statistics for Engineers

3 General Education Requirement



Second semester: 15 credits

3 ELE 301 Electronic Design Automation

1 ELE 302 Electronic Design Automation Lab

3 ELE 314 Linear Systems and Signals

4 ELE 322 Electromagnetic Fields I

3 ELE 343 Electronics II

1 ELE 344 Electronics II Lab



Senior Year(show prereqs)

Total credits for two semesters: 29-32

1 ELE 400 Introduction to Professional Practice

3 ELE 480 Capstone Design I

3 ELE 481 Capstone Design II

6 General Education Requirements

3 Free Elective (any course)

10-11 Electrical Engineering Design Electives

3-4 Professional Elective



Electrical Engineering Design Electives

Three courses from the following list. At least one course must include its lab component. Furthermore, one must be from ELE 401/402, 423, 432, 444/445, 447/448, indicated by a * below.



Courses(show prereqs)

ELE 401 / 402 Lasers, Optical Fibers, and Communication Systems *

ELE 423 Electromagnetic Fields II *

ELE 427 / 428 Electromechanical Systems

ELE 432 Electrical Engineering Materials *

ELE 435 / 436 Communication Systems

ELE 444 / 445 Advanced Electronic Design *

ELE 447 / 448 Digital Integrated Circuit Design I *

ELE 457 Feedback Control Systems

ELE 458 / 459 Digital Controls



Professional Elective

One course chosen from the following list, an additional electrical engineering design elective, or by prior approval of the chairperson of ECBE Department, any junior or senior level College of Engineering course not required by the ELE major.



Courses(show prereqs)

BME 461 Physiological Modeling and Control

BME 462 Biomedical Instrumentation Design

ELE 305 Introduction to Computer Architecture

ELE 405 / 406 Digital Computer Design

ELE 408 / 409 Computer Organization

ELE 437 Computer Communications

ELE 438 Information and Network Security

ELE 470 Mobile Computing

MTH 215 Introduction to Linear Algebra
Bibliography
Kristine Caballes
Zheila Kaye V. Asentista
Rex Kenneth Omega
Annanete Marie Ampong
LYRE Bulletin
USJ-R Student Manual
FORWARD Publication
USJR Supreme Student Council
USJR ROTC UNIT official fb page
google

I
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S
P
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Interiority
Nationalism
Service
Pioneerism
interior quality or character
usjr
The enthusiasm to live out
one's life as an authentic
witness of
GOD...
GOD
BEING MAKA-DIYOS
being MAKATAO
and being makapamilya
NATiONALiSM
a nationalist movement or government
The loyalty of one's own country
by developing a profound sense
of national consciousness,
appreciation of
distinct culture
preservation of the environment
among other endeavors
SERViCE
a helpful act or
useful labor that does not produce a tangible commodity...
and readiness
availability,
the willingness,
to share generously one's time
resources
and expertise to the institution and to the community.
To introduce and originate creative ideas for positive change in organizations and other social systems.
forefront
Being @ the
in the pursuit of
new ideas
and
BETTER WAYS :)
Integrity
RELIABILITY
EXCELLENCE
INTEGRITY
RELIABILITY
EXCELLENCE
the quality of being honest and fair
The living
of
virtuous Christian life
worthy of emulation
Capable of being relied on; dependable
The ability
to respond diligently
to the expectations
in relation to one's role
and tasks
using sound judgement.
The state, quality, or condition of excelling; superiority.
the desire
to transcend oneself
towards
HIGHER
OF ACHiEVEMENTS =)
LEVELS
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