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18-200 Emerging Trends in Electrical and Computer Engineering

Department:Electrical & Comp. Eng.
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This class consists of a series of individual lectures given by different faculty members and distinguished alumni. The lectures are designed to serve the following purposes: 1) provide students a good understanding of our curriculum structure and the courses in each of our five principle subject areas; 2) introduce to students the emerging trends in electrical and computer engineering and the relevance of our courses; 3) present to students our facultys research fields; 4) discuss basic learning and working ethics; 5) prepare students career-making skills; 6) introduce new undergraduate courses and research opportunities. The class will contain 12 lectures from faculty members, 2 lectures on learning and working ethics, and 2 lectures from our alumni. Students are required to attend each lecture. An award for the best lecturer, selected by students, will be given at the end of the semester. 1 credit, 1 hr per week, pass/fail, required to graduate. Sophomore standing required.

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