Suggested Degree Pathway for Double Major in Electrical Engineering & Physics

For students who entered fall 2017 and beyond.

Freshman Year

Fall Semester

Course #Course NameCr.
EECE.1070Intro to Electrical and Computer Engineering2
ENGL.1010College Writing I (CW)3
CHEM.1210Chemistry I (SCL)3
CHEM.1230LChemistry I Lab (SCL)1
MATH.1310Calculus I (MATH)14
PHYS.1410Physics I (SCL)3
PHYS.1410LPhysics I Lab (SCL)1
Total17

Spring Semester

Course #Course NameCr.
Total19
EECE.2160ECE Application Programming3
ENGL.1020College Writing II (CW)3
CHEM.1220Chemistry II (SCL)3
CHEM.1240LChemistry II Lab (SCL)1
MATH.1320Calculus II24
PHYS.1120Freshman Physics Seminar1
PHYS.1440Physics II3
PHYS.1440LPhysics II Lab1

Sophomore Year

Fall Semester

Course #Course NameCr.
Total16
EECE.2010Circuit Theory I3
EECE.2070Basic Electrical Engineering Lab I2
EECE.2650Logic Design3
MATH.2310Calculus III4
PHYS.2450Physical Properties of Matter3
PHYS.2450LPhysics III Lab1

Spring Semester

Course #Course NameCr.
EECE.2020Circuit Theory II3
EECE.2080Basic Electrical Engineering Lab II2
EECE.3170Microprocessors I3
MATH.2360Engineering Differential Equations3
PHYS.2100Introductory Modern Physics3
PHYS.2620LPrinciples in Laboratory Automation (TE)3
Total17

Junior Year

Fall Semester

Course #Course NameCr.
EECE.3110Electronics I Lab (CTPS)2
EECE.3550Electromechanics3
EECE.3620Signals & Systems I3
EECE.3650Electronics I (QL)3
PHYS.3810Mathematical Physics I3
ECON.2010 /
ECON.2020
Principles of Microeconomics /
Principles of Macroeconomics (SS)
3
Total17

Spring Semester

Course #Course NameCr.
Total17
EECE.3120Electronics II Lab2
EECE.3600Engineering Electromagnetics I3
EECE.3630Introduction to Probability & Random Processes3
EECE.3660Electronics II3
PHYS.3820Mathematical Physics II3
PHYS.4350Introductory Quantum Mechanics I3

Senior Year

Fall Semester

Course #Course NameCr.
Total18
EECE.3991Capstone Proposal (IL), (WOC)3
EECE.4610Engineering Electromagnetics II3
PHIL.3340Engineering Ethics (AH), (SRE)3
PHYS.xxxxElective (TE)33
xxxx.xxxxSocial Sciences Persp. (SS)53
xxxx.xxxxArts and Hum. Persp. (AH)53

Spring Semester

Course #Course NameCr.
Total17
Course #Course NameCr.
EECE.4130Linear Feedback Systems3
EECE.4991Capstone Project (AIL)3
EECE.4/5xxxTechnical Elective (TE)43
PHYS.3930LAdvanced Experimental Physics Lab I2
xxxx.xxxxSocial Sciences Persp. (SS)53
xxxx.xxxxArts and Hum. Persp. (AH)53

Total Minimum Credits = 138

1Or MATH.1280 Calculus 1A and MATH.1290 Calculus 1B, followed by MATH.1320 Calculus II.
2A grade of C or better in Calculus II is required.
3PHYS.3380 Optics and Waves satisfies the prerequisite for PHYS.5390 Electro-Optics, a core course in the Optical Sciences option for the M.S. in Physics.
4EECE.5680 Electro-Optic Systems, also offered as EECE.4680, satisfies an elective course in the Optical Sciences option for the M.S. in Physics.
5Electrical Engineering & Physics students meet the Core Curriculum Essential Learning Outcome of Diversity and Cultural Awareness (DCA) outside of the major. See the DCA course listing for a complete list of options.

No more than two Breadth of Knowledge courses can be taken with the same prefix. The Core Curriculum courses may be taken in any sequence. Refer to the Core Curriculum policy for further details. You should meet with your faculty advisor to determine how you will meet the Core Curriculum requirements.

Current UMass Lowell students should use their Advisement Report in SIS. If you need assistance, please contact your advisor.

Restriction on off-campus study:

Be advised that any course taken at another institution must be formally approved prior to enrollment. See the catalog policy for details.

Last Updated: 10/25/2018