Bud Burst
Mixed Signal


Electronic circuit engineers design and construct a large variety of electronic circuits that are often part of more complex electronic devices such as computers, cell phones and other wireless devices, audio and video equipment, medical devices, military electronics, and household and automotive electronics.

Depending on the courses selected, completion of electronic circuits area coursework can provide additional understanding of topics related to the physics underlying electronic devices, the design, simulation, and testing of board-level, and anolog and digital integrated circuits, and the sophisticated embeded circuit and interface applications that these circuits make possible.

Electronic circuit engineers work in a broad range of industries, including the telecommunications, medical, military, consumer electronics, and automotive industries.

Students interested in this EFA are encouraged to consider the course suggestions listed below when completing their Plan of Study Form.

EE Electrical Track Requirements Suggested Options
Track Electrical Track
Depth Elective
(Select One)
ECE:5410 Advanced Circuit Techniques
ECE:5460 Digital Signal Processing (Same as: IGPI:5460)
Breadth Elective
(Select One)
ECE:3540 Communication Networks
ECE:3330 Software Design
ECE:3360 Embedded Systems
5000-Level ECE Elective
(Select Two)
All 5000-level depth electives listed above and


ECE:5500 Communication Theory
ECE:5520 Information and Coding Theory
ECE:5600 Control Theory (Same as: ME:5360)
Technical Elective
(Select Three)
All breadth, depth and 5000-level ECE electives listed above and


MATH:4200 Complex Variables
Additional Elective
(Select One*)
Any of the above OR course selected in consultation with advisor.


* Students graduating before Fall 2017 are required to select two additional electives.

Advising Notes

  • A minor in Mathematics can be earned by including one qualifying Math course in the EFA plan.

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