EGC193. Engineering Selected Topic. 1-12 Credits.

EGC220. Digital Logic Fundamentals. 3 Credits.

An introduction to digital logic analysis and design. Topics include: number representations used in today's digital systems and their arithmetic properties and conversion techniques; combinational switching theory of digital element networks where no feedback is present; analysis and design of clocked sequential circuits where feedback is present; and an introduction to modern programmable logic devices and their programming and synthesis techniques.

EGC221. Digital Logic Lab. 1 Credit.

Experiments in both combinational and sequential logic design. Breadboarding, schematic capture, and Verilog implementation of digital circuits of varying complexity. Use of software tools to design FPGA based circuits.

EGC251. C/C++ Programming. 3 Credits.

A course in computer programming using high level programming languages (C/C++) as a tool to solve engineering problems. Topics include programming structure, decisions, repetition, arrays, functions, data files, addresses and pointers and object oriented design.

EGC293. Engr Selected Topics. 1-12 Credits.

EGC295. Indep Study Comptr Engin. 1-12 Credits.


EGC320. Digital Systems Design. 3 Credits.

State minimization, assignment, and design of synchronous sequential circuits. Verilog coding. Analysis and design of asynchronous sequential circuits. PLDS. Digital system design examples. Additional topics such as design of CMOS circuits, power reduction, testing etc.

EGC331. Microprocessor System Design . 3 Credits.

An introduction to Microprocessor System Design. Topics include: microprocessor organization and architecture; memory and I/O interfacing; and Assembly and C language programming of unsigned, signed, and floating point numbers.

EGC332. Microprocessor Laboratory. 1 Credit.

Self-paced laboratory to provide hands-on experience encompassing Assembly and C programming languages and interfacing peripheral devices as applied to microprocessor systems.

EGC412. Data Communications . 3 Credits.

A first course in Data Communications, which introduces the problems, solutions, and limitations associated with interconnecting computers by communication networks (LAN or WAN). The seven layer ISO Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) reference model serves as framework for the course with major emphasis on layers one through four (physical, data link, network, and transportation.

EGC433. Embedded Systems. 3 Credits.

Analysis and design processes required for utilizing advanced functionality, real-time (interrupt) interfacing, and bare-metal programming techniques as applied to an industry standard microcontroller-based embedded system. Topics include: analog interfacing and data acquisition, sensors, actuators, signal conditioning, timers and PWM, parallel and serial interfacing, communication and networking and control concepts.

EGC442. Introduction to Computer Architecture. 3 Credits.

Computer architecture and hardware system organization are examined. Topics include performance issues, CPU organization and instruction set implementation, performance enhancement through pipelining, memory organizations, input/output structure, and an introduction to parallel architectures.

EGC445. VLSI Design. 3 Credits.

Introduction to CMOS, MOS transistor theory. IC technology and layout design rules. Design of CMOS circuits. Circuit characterization and performance estimation. Memory, clocking and input/output circuits. Microarchitecture of VLSI systems. Chip design projects. Testability.

EGC446. VLSI Design Lab. 1 Credit.

Static and dynamic characteristics of CMOS logic gates. Design of CMOS circuits using transistor schematics, and verification through simulation. Layout of CMOS circuits using state-of-the-art VLSI tools, design rule check, and verification through simulation.

EGC447. Functional Verfication of Hardware Systems. 3 Credits.

An introduction to the hardware verification practices used in industry. Students will learn how to create architecture for test benches, object-oriented approach, stimulus generation techniques, results checking, and how to analyze coverage using SystemVerilog.

EGC451. Real-Time Systems. 3 Credits.

Practical experience of real-time operating systems (RTOS) and real-time debugging as applied to real-time embedded systems. Design and implementation of real-time embedded systems: controllers, data storage, data acquistion, and communication using a commercially available RTOS.

EGC455. System-on-Chip (SoC). 3 Credits.

System-on-chip (SoC) design methodology and IP (intellectual property) reuse, system modeling and analysis, hardware/software co-design, behavioral synthesis, embedded software, reconfigurable computing, design verification and test, and design space exploration.

EGC493. Comp Eng Select Topics. 3-12 Credits.


EGC494. Fieldwork Computer Engin. 0 Credits.


EGC495. Indep Study Comptr Engin. 1-12 Credits.