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SOPHOMORE Fall 3 Programming in UNIX/CIS 219 3 Data Structures/CIS 220 3 User Experience/CIS 239 3 Intro. Networks/CIS 290 3 Discrete Mathematics 1/MATH 222 3 Project Economics/ECON 285

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Spring 3 Database Management Systems/CIS 255 3 Mobile Application Development I/ CIS 277 1 Algorithm Development Lab/CIS 223 3 Discrete Mathematics 2/MATH 223 1 Object-Oriented Design Lab/CIS 287 3 Philosophy II Series/LPHI 3 Fund. of Physics 2/PHYS 212 1 Fund. of Physics 2 Lab/PHYS 213 18

JUNIOR Fall 3 Software Maintenance & Deploy./ CIS 317 3 Operating Systems/CIS 330 3 Dynamic Web Development/CIS 355 3 Mobile Application Development II/ CIS 377 3 Probability & Statistics 1/MATH 312 3 The Bible: An Intro/LTHE 201 18

Spring 1 CIS Professional Seminar/CIS 302 1 CIS Leadership Seminar/CIS 303 3 Software Architecture/CIS 318 3 Software Engineering/CIS 315 3 Requirements & Project Management/ CIS 350 3 LPHI 237 or any LTHE 300 course 3 Computer Architecture/ECE 337 17

SENIOR Fall 3 Senior Design I 2 /CIS 457 3 Formal Methods in Software/CIS 326 3 Software Testing & Quality Assurance/ CIS 415 3 Comparative Languages/CIS 360 3 System and Network Security/CIS 387 3 Number Theory & Cryptography/ MATH 310 18

Spring 3 Senior Design II Lab/CIS 458 3 Distributed Programming/CIS 390 3 Literature Series/LENG 3 Fine Arts Series/LFIN 3 Math/Science Elective 3 Technical Elective

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ELECTRICAL and COMPUTER ENGINEERING WOOKWON LEE, D.Sc., P.E., Chairperson FACULTY: Professor Emeritus: Mehmet Cultu, Professors: Fong Mak, Ramakrishnan Sundaram. Associate Professors: Wookwon Lee, Lin Zhao, Qing Zheng, Yong-Kyu Jung. Instructor: Donald MacKellar. Program Educational Objectives The Electrical and Computer Engineering Program has three options: Electrical and Electronics, Bioelectrical Engineering, and Computer Engineering. The program is designed to guide students to build technical competency, and effective communication and leadership skills. Our program integrates the Liberal Studies Core and emphasizes holistic student development in accordance with the mission of Gannon University. The program educational objectives for the undergraduate program, which leads to a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering, are to produce graduates who:

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