Electronic Circuits and Systems (ECS)

Electronic Circuits and Systems covers material in Analog and Digital Electronics such as VLSI, Solid State Devices, Power Electronics, RFID and FPGA based systems.  A concentration in this area provides a foundation in electronics that apply to a wide variety of activity spanning a range from energy conversion devices, RF circuit design, Analog Design, or the Internet of things.

Degree Requirements

ECE 7500 Solid State Devices
ECE 7580 Power Electronics

And one of:

ECE 8460 VLSI Design
ECE 8566 RFIC

Area courses (choose two):

ECE 7550 Linear Integrated Electronics
ECE 7750 Communication Electronics
ECE 8455 Adv Digital Design Using FPGA
ECE 8525 Sensors
ECE 8580 Advanced Power Electronics 

A three-year Advanced Course Planning form is available here.

Advisor

Dr. Mark Jupina, Professor, 610-519-7561