ECE Undergraduate Program
The educational objectives of the electrical and computer engineering programs at Kansas State University are based on the mission statements of the university, college and department. They represent what graduates of the electrical and computer engineering programs are expected to accomplish during the first few years following graduation.
The ECE education objectives form the basis for the program outcomes. These program outcomes represent what graduates of the electrical engineering and computer engineering programs should know or be able to do by the time they graduate.
ECE Undergraduate Curricula and Advising Information
The material in the Undergraduate Curriculum Guide (pdf) provides all the information necessary for a student to determine what courses are required and what electives are allowed for either a degree in electrical engineering (EE) or computer engineering (CMPEN). Course descriptions are available for courses relevant to computer and electrical engineering.
The Eta Kappa Nu honor society, HKN, will provides tutoring via zoom on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7-9 pm for ECE courses that are in the first 2-3 years of their EE or CpE curriculum. The specific courses that are best covered by the tutors are: ECE 210, ECE 241, ECE 410, ECE 431, ECE 511, ECE 519, ECE 525
Some tutors may also be able to address: ECE 441, ECE 526, ECE 530, ECE 540, ECE 557, ECE 581, ECE 649
Zoom link for tutoring: https://ksu.zoom.us/j/96441283137
Tuesadys and Thursdays only, 7-9 pm