Montana State University

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Montana State University
P.O. Box 173780
Bozeman, MT 59717-3780

Tel: (406) 994-2505
Fax: (406) 994-5958
E-mail: ecedept@ece.montana.edu
Location: 610 Cobleigh Hall

Department Head:

Robert C. Maher, Ph.D., P.E.

Professional Electives -- Computer Engineering

Updated March 2014

2012-2014 Catalog: "Elective requirements include 12 credits of humanities, social science, diversity, and arts classes as part of university general education core requirements, 12 credits of approved professional electives from the list below, including a minimum of  6 credits in Computer Science. There must be a minimum of  4 credits at the 300 level or above in the student's approved elective package."

2010-2012 Catalog: "Elective requirements include 12 credits of humanities, social science, diversity, and arts classes as part of university and COE core requirements (these two requirements may be combined), 16 credits of approved Professional Electives from the lists below, including a minimum of  6 credits in Electrical Engineering and a minimum of  6 credits in Computer Science. In the selection of Electrical Engineering electives, either EELE 321 or EELE 477 or both must be among the courses selected. There must be a minimum of  7 credits at the 300 level or above in the student's approved elective package. 3 additional elective credits (referred to as "COE Core") must be selected from the Professional Electives listed below, or from the list of courses approved by the MSU Core 2.0 committee in the W, A, H, S, D, N, or Contemporary Issues in Science (CS) categories (i.e., all categories except US and Q)."

Professional Electives

MAS--Up to 3 credits of ROTC-required coursework may be used
 
ACTG 201--Principles of Fin Acct
ACTG 202--Principles of Mang Acct
BMKT 325--Marketing
ECNS 309--Managerial Economics
 
ASTR 371--Solar System Astronomy
ASTR 373--Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe
 
BCH 380--Biochemistry
BIOB 105CS--Intro to Biotech
BIOB 160--Principles of Living Systems
BIOB 170IN--Principles of Biologic Diversity
BIOB 260--Cellular & Molecular Biology
BIOH 185--Integrated Physiology I
BIOH 201--Human Anatomy & Physiology I
BIOH 211--Human Anatomy & Physiology II
BIOM_103IN--Unseen Universe: Microbes
 
CHMY 141--College Chemistry I
CHMY 143--College Chemistry II
CHMY 211--Elements of Organic Chemistry
CHMY 321 - Organic Chemistry I
CHMY 323 - Organic Chemistry II
 
CS 204--Multimedia Development Methods
CSCI 232--Adv Data Structures and Algorithms
CSCI 300 and 400 level courses, with CSCI 494--Seminar (limited to 1 cr)
ESOF 322--Software Engineering
ESOF 422--Advanced Software Engineering
 
EELE 300 or 400 level courses, excluding EELE 354.
EGEN 201--Engineering Mechanics-Statics
EGEN 202--Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics
EGEN 205--Mechanics of Materials
EGEN 335--Fluid Mechanics
EGEN 325--Engineering Economic Analysis
EIND 354--Engineering Probability & Stats I
EIND 364--Principles of Operational Research I
EIND_373--Production Inventory Cost Analysis
EIND_425--Technology Entrepreneurship
EIND 434--Project & Engineering Management
EIND 454--Engineering Probability and Statistics II
EMEC 300 or 400 level courses
 
ERTH_101IN--Earth System Science
GPHY_121D--Human Geography
GPHY_141D--Geography of World Regions
GPHY_284--Intro to GIS Science & Cartog
 
M 221--Introduction to Linear Algebra
M 242--Methods of Proof
M 300 and 400 level courses, excluding M 330
 
PHSX 224 --General & Modern Physics III
PHSX 300 and 400 level courses, with PHSX 494--Seminar (limited to 1 cr), and excluding PHSX 305 and PHSX 499.
 
WRIT 221--Intermediate Tech Writing
WRIT 429--Professional Writing