Undergraduate

2017 Curriculum

  • Credit Requirement

    Credit Requirement
    Track Required/Elective Interdisciplinary
    Interdisciplinary Major Remark
    1st Track 2nd Track
    Electrical Engineering Required 36 18
    Elective 12 0

    Required Mathematics Course

    Required Mathematics Course
    Track Course No. Required Mathematics Course Semester
    Electrical Engineering MTH103 Applied Linear Algebra 2-2
    MTH201 Differential Equations 2-1

    Electrical Engineering Curriculum

    Electrical Engineering Curriculum
    Course is Course No. Course Title Cred.- Lect.-Exp Prerequisite
    Required CSE201 Digital Logic 3-3-0
    EE201 Basic Circuit Theory 3-3-0
    EE231 Electromagnetics I 3-3-0
    EE301 Microelectronics Ⅰ 3-3-0 EE201
    EE311 Signals and Systems 3-3-0
    EE320 Digital System Lab 3-1-4 EE201, CSE201
    1TR:R (Choose six) 2TR:E EE211 Probability and Introduction to Random Processes 3-3-0
    EE302 MicroelectronicsⅡ 3-3-0 EE301
    EE312 Introduction to Communications 3-3-0 EE211
    EE313 Introduction to Control 3-3-0 EE311
    EE321 Electronics Experiment Laboratory 3-1-4 CSE201, EE201, EE301
    EE331 Introduction to electronic devices 3-3-0
    EE411 Digital Signal Processing 3-1-4 EE311
    Elective EE314 Introduction to Data Networks 3-3-0 EE211
    EE401 Analog Integrated Circuits 3-3-0 EE301, EE302
    EE402 Introduction to VLSI Design 3-3-0 EE301
    EE403 Introduction to RF Engineering 3-3-0 EE201, EE301
    EE404 Fundamentals of Power Electronics 3-1-4 EE301, EE313
    EE412 Communication Systems 3-3-0 EE312
    EE431 Semiconductor VLSI Devices Engineering 3-3-0
    EE432 Optoelectronics 3-3-0
    CSE221 Data Structures 3-3-0
    CSE241 Object Oriented Programming 3-3-0
    CSE463 Machine Learning 3-3-0
    PHY204 Electromagnetism II 3-3-0
    PHY416 Semiconductor Physics 3-3-0
    PHY427 Plasma and Beam Physics 3-3-0
    EE480 Special Topics in EE Ⅰ 3-3-0
    EE481 Special Topics in EE Ⅱ 3-3-0
    EE482 Special Topics in EE Ⅲ 3-3-0
    EE483 Special Topics in EE Ⅳ 3-3-0
    EE484 Special Topics in EEⅤ 3-3-0

    Recommended Course Plan (EE)

    Recommended Course Plan (EE)
    Grade Sophomore Junior Senior Sum Total
    division Course title Semester (Credit) Course title Semester (Credit) Course title Semester (Credit)
    1st 2st 1st 2st 1st 2st
    Required Digital Logic 3-3-0 Microelectronics Ⅰ 3-3-0
    Basic Circuit Theory 3-3-0 Signals and Systems 3-3-0
    Electromagnetics I 3-3-0 Digital System Lab 3-1-4
    Total 6 3 9 18
    1TR:R (choose six) 2TR:E Probability and Introduction to Random Processes 3-3-0 MicroelectronicsⅡ 3-3-0 Digital Signal Processing 3-3-0
    Introduction to Communications 3-3-0
    Introduction to Control 3-3-0
    Electronics Experiment Laboratory 3-3-0
    Introduction to electronic devices 3-3-0
    Total 3 6 9 3 21
    Elective Data Structures 3-3-0 Introduction to Data Networks 3-3-0 Analog Integrated Circuits 3-3-0
    Object Oriented Programming 3-3-0 Introduction to VLSI Design 3-3-0
    Electromagnetism II 3-3-0 Introduction to RF Engineering 3-3-0
    Fundamentals of Power Electronics 3-3-0
    Communication Systems 3-3-0
    Semiconductor VLSI Devices Engineering 3-3-0
    Optoelectronics 3-3-0
    Machine Learning 3-3-0
    Semiconductor Physics 3-3-0
    Plasma and Beam Physics 3-3-0
    Total 3 6 3 21 9 42
    Sum Total 9 12 15 12 24 9 81
    • 2014 & 2015 admitted students should take ‘Digital System Lab(EE320)’.
      • Students who entered UNIST before 2014 are not required.
    • Only for EE new track students who already took ‘Digital System Lab(CSE201)’ should follow 2014 curriculum.
    • EE old track students should follow 2013(=2012) curriculum.

    Electrical Engineering (EE) Curriculum Flow Chart