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AGREEMENT FOR THE TRANSFER OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS

FROM ESCUELA SUPERIOR POLITCNICA DEL LITORAL (ESPOL),


GUAYAQUIL, ECUADOR,
TO THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS (UNO)
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING,
NEW ORLENS, LOUISIANA, USA

May 2, 2005

AGREEMENT FOR THE TRANSFER OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS


FROM ESCUELA SUPERIOR POLITCNICA DEL LITORAL,
GUAYAQUIL, ECUADOR, TO THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS,
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, USA.
On October 29, 1997, the University of New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana, (hereafter,
UNO), and Escuela Superior Politcnica del Litoral, Guayaquil, Ecuador, (hereafter, ESPOL),
signed and agreement that establishes a program through which ESPOL engineering students can
enroll at UNO and receive a Bachelor's degree in Engineering (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical,
Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering) from the UNO College of Engineering. The parties
would like to ratify, update, and expand the scope of this agreement to include the transfer of
graduate students from ESPOL to UNO to pursue the Master's and Ph.D. degrees at the UNO
College of Engineering.
A. TRANSFER OF ESPOL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS TO THE COLLEGE
OF ENGINEERING
This document, when signed by all parties, will serve as a formal agreement between the College
of Engineering and ESPOL, whereby ESPOL students who have completed the first two years of
the Engineering curriculum at ESPOL can continue their studies at the UNO College of
Engineering to complete the Bachelor's program. To be eligible to participate under this
agreement, ESPOL will officially submit the names of the participants.
The courses that, as a minimum, can be transferred from the ESPOL engineering curriculum to
UNO are listed in Tables 1 (Civil Engineering), 3 (Mechanical Engineering), 5 (Naval
Architecture and Marine Engineering), and 7 (Electrical Engineering) of the Appendix. After
successful completion of the courses and requirements listed in Tables 2 (Civil Engineering), 4
(Mechanical Engineering), 6 (Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering), and 8 (Electrical
Engineering) of the Appendix, students will be eligible to receive the degree of Bachelor of
Science. This degree will be automatically recognized by ESPOL as being equivalent to the
Ecuadorian degree of "Engineer" in the respective engineering area.
Qualified applicants must submit official university transcripts verifying a minimum cumulative
grade point average of 7.0/10 (C) in all course work attempted at ESPOL. Any courses not
satisfactorily completed will be added to the student's course of study at UNO. Proof of English
proficiency and financial support must accompany a student's formal admission application and
transcripts. All ESPOL students are required to take the Michigan English Placement Test upon
arrival at UNO. Students who score less than 70 on the Michigan Test will be required to enroll
in the IELP (Intensive English Language Program). Upon successful completion of the IELP,
students will continue ESL instruction in the Department of English and begin their degree
course of study in the College of Engineering. Additional English may be required before the
English 1157-1158 sequence can be attempted.
The Dean of the UNO College of Engineering and/or the Rector of ESPOL reserve the right to
disallow credit or add additional course requirements as needed depending upon the student's
individual situation. It is understood that all students must meet the usual graduation
requirements, described in the UNO catalog, under this agreement.
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ESPOL students who enroll under this program will be exempt from State of Louisiana nonresident fees. Reciprocal waivers will be given to UNO students enrolling at ESPOL. This
provision pertains specifically to this program and to the enrollment of ESPOL students under
this agreement, and does not apply to other independent Ecuadorian students.

B. TRANSFER OF ESPOL GRADUATE STUDENTS TO THE UNO


COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
The University of New Orleans College of Engineering and ESPOL hereby agree to establish a
program through which ESPOL graduates, with the degree of "Ingeniero," will be accepted as
engineering graduate students at UNO and will be enrolled in the graduate program chosen by
the participant, and accepted by ESPOL, leading to the degrees of Master of Science in
Engineering, Master of Science in Environmental Engineering, Master of Science in Engineering
Management, or Ph.D. in Engineering and Applied Sciences.
When necessary, after being accepted in the program the students will have to take the
prerequisites needed to satisfy the departmental requirements for the respective degree. Details
on the application procedure and other academic requirements are presented below.
1.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

1.1

All applicants must take the Graduate Record Exam (GRE), Basic or Basic and
Engineering (only Basic exam is required). Registration forms available in UNO
Graduate School Office or from the Educational Testing Service, Princeton, NJ 08540,
USA. The minimum scores for admission are the following: For Master's students, total
score 1100; for Ph.D. students, total score, 1200. GRE scores must be sent directly to
UNO.

1.2

In addition to the GRE, all foreign applicants are required to take the Test of English as a
Foreign Language (TOEFL). Minimum scores for admission are the following: Listening
Skills (Sec 1) 55. Total 550. TOEFL scores must be sent directly to UNO.

1.3

The applicant's transcripts must be sent to UNO from all other colleges where he or she
has completed courses. An ESPOL grade point average of 7.5.0/10 on undergraduate
work is required for admission to the Master's program. For the Ph.D. program, an
ESPOL undergraduate GPA of 7.5/10, and a graduate GPA of 3.5 out of 4.0 is required.

1.4

The applicant must complete the UNO "Graduate School Application for Admission,"
and submit it to the address shown on the form with the required fee by the dates
indicated.

2.

REQUIREMENTS FOR MASTER'S DEGREE

2.1

During his or her first semester, the student must decide on a faculty advisor in his/her
area of interest. With his/her advisor, the student decides on a program of study that

satisfies the requirements outlined below. The student completes the appropriate forms
and has them signed.
2.2

Thesis Option
The student must complete at least 24 hours of committee approved graduate level course
work, generally eight 3-hour courses; with a grade of B or A in each and a 3.0 minimum
average. The student must complete and defend a thesis to the satisfaction of a graduate
committee that includes at least two full-time Departmental faculty members. At least 15
hours of the 24 hours of course work must be at the 6000 level with the remainder being
either 4000 or 6000 level courses. At least 18 hours of the 24 hours must be engineering
courses and at least twelve hours must be departmental engineering courses.

2.3

Non-Thesis Option
The student must complete at least 33 hours of committee approved graduate level course
work, generally eleven 3-hour courses, with a grade of B or A in each and a 3.0 minimum
average. At least 18 hours of the 33 hours of course work must be at the 6000-level with
the remainder being either at the 4000 or 6000 level. At least 24 hours of the 33 hours
must be engineering courses and at least eighteen hours must be departmental
engineering courses. In the student's next-to-last (preferred) or last semester, he/she must
schedule and pass a final oral and/or written exam prepared by his/her committee in the
urea of his/her expertise.

2.4

Unless otherwise provided by this agreement, all requirements imposed by the UNO
Graduate School or the Department in which the student is enrolled, as explained in the
"University of New Orleans Graduate School Application for Admission," the
"University of New Orleans Catalog," and the current College of Engineering bulletin,
shall apply to any applicant to this program.

3. REQUIREMENTS FOR Ph.D. DEGREE

The requirements for the Ph.D. degree in Engineering and Applied Sciences are the following:
3.1

The student must pass a set of four different examinations: the qualifying examination,
the general examination, the oral defense of the dissertation proposal, and the dissertation
examination.

3.2

Students must complete 51 semester hours of course work beyond the Bachelors degree.

3.3

The student must complete a Ph.D. dissertation.

3.4

Qualiffing Examination

3.4.1 All students who have applied to the Ph.D. program must take the qualifying
examination. Its purpose is twofold. It serves as a departmental examination (screen) and
it ensures that all recipiente of a Ph.D. from the College of Engineering have an
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appropriate background in engineering. The qualifying examination should examine


fundamentals deemed important by the student's major department.
3.4.2 The qualifying examination is administered by at least five members of the graduate
faculty of the student's major department. The examination consists of a written and oral
component and will be coordinated by the Ph.D. Program graduate coordinator of the
major department. The QE exam will be given at UNO and the written portion will last
no longer than eight hours.

3.4.3 The qualifying examination should be given no more than once per semester. Students
who fail the qualifying examination can be allowed to repeat it one time within a period
of one year of the first exam. A second failure results in the student's dismissal from the
Ph.D. program.
3.4.4 A student entering the program with a Masters degree in his/her intended major area must
take the QE within the first semester at UNO. If the student's graduate course work at
the Masters level is in an area different from his/her intended major area in the Ph.D.
program, the QE can be taken within his/her first year at UNO.
3.4.5 The graduate coordinator of the major department will provide students with copies of
previous examinations when they are available.
3.5.

Advisory Committee

An advisory committee is set up for students passing the qualifying examination. The committee
consists of at least five members, no more than three from the major department, and at least one
from the College of Science. The advisor is from the major department. The advisor's and the
student's research areas must be compatible. However, it is the student's responsibility to find a
dissertation advisor.

3.6.

Course Work

3.6.1 Students must take at least 51 semester hours of course work beyond the Bachelor's
degree. A maximum of 30 semester hours of Master's degree credits (course work plus
thesis) can be applied to this number. UNO Master' s students who will continue their
studies in the Ph. D. Program can earn deferred Ph.D. credits in their last semester of the
Master's program. At least vine semester hours of course work in the Ph.D. program
(three courses) must be taken in each college (College of Sciences and College of
Engineering). Of the 21 semester hours beyond the Master' s program, a minimum of 12
semester hours will be at the 6000 level. There must be at least 30 dissertation credits.
Courses are chosen with consent of the advisory committee.
3.6.2 The advanced course material is taken to support the dissertation research and, as such, it
should precede most of the research.

3.7.

General Examination

3.7.1 The general examination should be taken within one semester after the advanced course
work (i.e., course work taken after the student has passed the qualifying examination) has
been completed. The general examination is set up by the advisory committee and will
be coordinated by the respective major professor.
3.7.2 The general examination will be written and, at the discretion of the advisory committee,
may have an oral component.
3.7.3 The general examination will be administered at UNO and must include material that will
reflect the interdisciplinary nature of the program.
3.7.4 The written examination should take no longer than twelve hours of examination time,
except in the case of individual examiners who may decide to give take-home questions.
Overall, the General Examination should take no longer than two days.
3.7.5 If the student fails the general examination, he or she will have one additional
opportunity to retake it at a later date. At times, students pass this examination
conditionally. In this case the student could be required to take some additional courses.
3.8

Dissertation Proposal

3.8.1 The student can begin work on his/her Ph.D. dissertation after passing the qualifying
examination. However, most of the work occurs after passing the general examination.
At that time the student should prepare a dissertation proposal before doing the bulk of
the research.
3.8.2 The written proposal should demonstrate that the student has conducted a complete
literature search and outlined the topic of his/her research and a plan for accomplishing
the research. The thesis should reflect the inter-disciplinary nature of the committee.
The student will work closely with his/her dissertation advisor during the formulation of
this document. The inclusion of some preliminary research results is often desirable.
3.8.3 After the dissertation advisor has approved the written dissertation proposal it will be
presented to the entire Dissertation Advisory Committee. If they approve it, an oral
presentation will be scheduled for the student to present the details of the dissertation
proposal. After the review is complete and all members have expressed their ideas, both
the student and the committee should have a good idea of the objectives and scope of the
work to be performed.
3.9

Dissertation

3.9.1 Both the research leading to a Ph.D. thesis and this final document must reflect work
equivalent to at least 30 semester hours.

3.9.2 The student' s research must be original, important, and useful. The dissertation will
discuss the results of the research. It should include a complete discussion of the
objectives of the research and the procedures used to determine the results.
3.9.3 The research must be high level and be such that it can be published in relevant refereed
technical journals. It is most desirable that technical papers suitable for publication in
such journals be submitted with the dissertation. These papers should present the most
important results of the dissertation. The thesis will present the research in much more
detail than the papers.
3.9.4 After the dissertation (thesis) is approved by the student's advisor and the Dissertation
Advisory Committee, an oral examination, called the final dissertation examination, is
scheduled.
3.10

Final Dissertation Examination

3.10.1 The results of the student' s research are presented at a final oral examination, which is
open to the public. The dissertation defense is attended by the Dissertation Advisory
Committee and interested faculty. The dissertation adviser will chair this examination.
3.10.2 Once the final dissertation defense and all the procedures discussed aboye have been
successfully completed, the student has completed all the academic requirements for the
Ph.D. All University rules concerning proper submission of the dissertation and any
necessary forms must be followed.
4.

FINANCIAL AID

ESPOL may provide financial assistance to students participating in this agreement.


Additionally, research assistantships are available in the College of Engineering. These require
approximately 20 hours of work a week with the assigned professor. Research assistantships are
awarded through faculty members who are the principal investigators for funded projects. All
students must pay the "University Fee" which is approximately $1400 per semester for full-time
students. This fee is deducted from the pay of graduate assistants.
This agreement takes effect on the same date as the original agreement, i.e., October 29, 1997. It
will be reviewed every year and will be continued, modified or terminated by mutual written
consent of the parties.
Signed and ratified at the City of Guayaquil, on May 2, 2005, by:

For the University of New Orleans

For Escuela Superior Politcnica del


Litoral

Timothy P. Ryan, Ph.D.


Chancellor

Moiss Tacle, Ph.D.


Rector

Fredrick P. Barton, MFA


Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academie
and Student Affairs

Ing. Armand Altamirano


Vicerrector G neral

Robert C. Cashner, Ph.D.


Vice Chancellor for Research & Sponsored
Programs and Dean of Graduate School

Ing. Ricardo Gallegos


Decano de la Facultad de Ingeniera en
Ciencias de la Tierra

Ru sell E.
B
Dean, College of Engine:

Ing. Eduard ivadeneira


Decano de 1 Facultad de Ingeniera en
Mecnica y iencias de la Produccin

By

Ing. Carlos Mo salve


Decano de In. -niera en Electricidad y
Computaci

//IV
leen G. Plan
egistrar

onald Maggiore, h.D


Asst. VC for Enrollme Management

Ing. Eduardo Cervantes


Decano de Ingeniera Martima y Ciencias
del Mar

APPENDIX
TABLE 1. ESPOL Civil Engineering courses that can be transferred to the Bachelor's
Program in Civil Engineering at UNO.
UNO COURSES

Cr.

MATH 21111
MATH 21121
MATH 22211
MATH 25111
ENCE 3300

5
5
3

PHYS 1061
PHYS 1063
PHYS 1062
PHYS 1065

3
1
3
1

CHEM 1014

ESPOL COURSES

Lect/Lab

ICM 00216 Calculus I


ICM 00646 Calculus II
ICM 00653 Calculus III
ICM 00604 Linear Algebra
ICM 00471 Advanced Mathematics 2
ICM 00158 Numerical Analysis 2
ICM 00166 Statistics 2
ICF 00463 Physics I
ICF 00471 Experimental Physics I
ICF 00489 Physics II
ICF 00505 Experimental Physics II

5/0
5/0
5/0
4/0
4/0
4/0
4/0
5/0
0/3
5/0
0/3

ICQ 00018 General Chemistry I


ICQ 00026 General Chemistry II

3/2
3/2

BIOL ELEC
GEOL 1001
ENCE 2301

3
3
4

ENCE 2310

ENCE 2350
ENCE 2351
ENME 2750
ENME 3770
ENCE 3318
ENCE 3340

3
3
3
3
3
3

FMAR 03343 General Biology or equivalent


FICT 00026 Physical Geology
ICM 00794 Computer Fundamentals and
FICT 03210 Technical Drawing
FICT 02725 Surveying I
FICT 02899 Surveying II
FIMP 01263 Statics
FICT 02865 Strength of Materials
FIMP 01271 Dynamics
FICT 01669 Thermodynamics
FICT 01651 Fluid Mechanics
FICT 02923 Soil Mechanics II

3/1
5/0
4/0
2/3
2/3
2/3
4/0
5/0
4/0
4/0
4/0
4/0

TOTAL

59 semester hours

1 Equivalency only valid if student completes Clculo I, Clculo II, Clculo III, and
Algebra Lineal prior to transfer to UNO. Otherwise, each course has no exact UNO equivalency.

The student will be required to successfully complete these three math courses at
ESPOL prior to transfer to UNO in order to receive full credit for UNO's ENCE 3300.
Otherwise, each course must be evaluated individually.
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TABLE 2.

Courses to be taken beyond the 59 hours credited to complete the requirements


for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering at UNO.

CODE

COURSE NAME

ENEE 2500

Engineering
Basic Electrical Circuits

ENCE 2311
ENCE 3323
ENCE 3341
ENCE 3356
ENCE 3390
ENCE 4318
ENCE 4319
ENCE 4321
ENCE 4323
ENCE 4340
ENCE 4358
ENCE 4359
ENCE 4386
ENCE 4390
ENCE 4399

ENGL 1157
ENGL 1158
ENGL 2152
PHIL 2244

CREDITS

Civil and Environmental Engineering


Mechanics of Materials Laboratory
Introduction to Environmental Engineering
Soil Mechanics Laboratory
Structural Analysis
Project Management
Hydraulic Engineering Systems
Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Engineering Laboratory
Hydrology
Design of Water and Wastewater Treatment Systems
Foundations
Structural Steel Design
Structural Concrete Design
Principies of Transportation and Highway Engineering
Senior Civil Engineering Design Project
Civil and Environmental Engineering Seminar
Civil Engineering Electives
Non-Engineering
English Composition I
English Composition II
Technical Writing
Engineering Ethics
Literature, Arts, Social Sciences Electives
Total number of hours to be taken at UNO

3
1
4
1
4
3
3
1
3
3
3
3
3
3

3
2
6
3
3
3
1
15
74

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TABLE 3.

ESPOL mechanical engineering courses that can be transferred to the Bachelor's


Program in Mechanical Engineering at UNO.

UNO COURSES
MATH 2111 1
MATH 2112 1
MATH 2221 1
MATH 2511 1
ENME 3020

5
5
3
3
3

MATH 2314
PHYS 1061
PHYS 1063
PHYS 1062
PHYS 1065
CHEM 1017

3
3
1
3
1
3

BIOL ELEC
CSCI 1201
ECON 2000
ENEE 2500
ENME 1781
ENCE 2350
ENCE 2351 and
ENCE 2311
ENME 2750
ENME 3770
ENME 3720&3716
Humanities Elective

Cr.

TOTAL

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
3
3
4
3
68

ESPOL COURSES

Lect/Lab

ICM 00216 Calculus I


ICM 00646 Calculus II
ICM 00653 Calculus III
ICM 00604 Linear Algebra
ICM 00471 Advanced Mathematics
ICM 00158 Numerical Analysis
ICM 00166 Statistics
ICF 00463 Physics I
ICF 00471 Experimental Physics I
ICF 00489 Physics II
ICF 00505 Experimental Physics II
ICQ 00018 General Chemistry I

5/0
5/0
5/0
4/0
4/0
4/0
4/0
5/0
0/3
5/0
0/3
3/2

ICHE 00885 Ecology and Envr. Education


ICM 00794 Computer Fundamentals
ICHE 00612 Engineering Economics
FIEC 04457 Electricity
FIMP 02717 Mechanical Drawing
FIMP 01263 Statics
FIMP 01404 Solid Mechanics I and
FIMP 01412 Solid Mechanics II
FIMP 01271 Dynamics
FIMP 01297 Thermodynamics I
FIMP 01388 Fluid Mechanics I
Humanities Elective

4/0
4/0
4/0
3/1
2/3
4/0
3/1
3/1
4/0
3/1
3/1
3/0

TABLE 4.

CODE
ENGR 3090
ENEE 3501
ENEE 3518
ENME 2711
ENME 2740
ENME 2785
ENME 3716
ENME 3734
ENME 3735
ENME 3711
ENME 3733
ENME 3771
ENME 3773
ENME 3755
ENME 3776

ENGL 1157
ENGL 1158
ENGL 2152
PHIL 2244

Courses to be taken beyond the 67 hours credited to complete the requirements


for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering at UNO.
COURSE NAME
Engineering
Senior Seminar
Mechanical Engineering
Basic Electric Machinery
Electrical Engineering Lab
Structures Lab
Structures and Properties of Materials
Intro to Computer Aided Manufacturing
Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
Machine Elements
Mechanism Design
Thermal Science Lab
Machine Design
Heat Transfer
Design of Thermal Fluid Systems
Intro to Mechanical Vibrations
Intermediate Engineering Thermodynamics
Mechanical Engineering Electives
Non-Engineering
English Composition I
English Composition II
Technical Writing
Engineering Ethics
Literature, Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences Electives
Total number of hours to be taken at UNO

CREDITS
1
3
1
1
3
3
1
3
3
1
3
3
3
3
3
9
3
3
3
1
12
66

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TABLE 5.

ESPOL marine engineering courses that can be transferred to the Bachelor's


Program in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering at UNO.

UNO COURSES
MATH 2111
MATH 2112
MATH 2221
MATH 2511
ENME 3020
MATH 2314
PHYS 1061
PHYS 1063
PHYS 1062
PHYS 1065
CHEM 1014
BIOL ELEC
CSCI 1201
ECON 2000
ENME 1781
ENCE 2350
ENCE 2351
ENME 2750
ENME 3720 & 3716
NAME 1150
ENEE 3501
ENME 3770

Cr.
5
5
3
3
3
3
3
1
3
1
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
1
3
3

ESPOL COURSES
ICM 00216 Calculus I
ICM 00646 Calculus II
ICM 00653 Calculus III
ICM 00604 Linear Algebra
ICM 00158 Numerical Analysis
ICM 00166 Statistics
ICF 00463 Physics I
ICF 00471 Experimental Physics I
ICF 00489 Physics II
ICF 00505 Experimental Physics II
ICQ 00018 General Chemistry II
FMAR 03343 General biology
ICM 00794 Computer Fundamentals
ICHE 00612 Engineering Economics
FICT 03210 Technical drawing
FIMP 01263 Statics
FMAR 01339 Introduction to Structures
FIMP 01271 Dynamics
FMAR 00091 Hydrodynamics
FMAR 03178 Naval Architecture I
FMAR 02063 Electricity Applied to Ships
FIMP 01172 Thermal Engineering

Lect/Lab
5/0
5/0
5/0
4/0
4/0
4/0
5/0
0/3
5/0
0/3
3/2
3/1
4/0
4/0
2/3
4/0
4/1
4/0
3/1
6/0
5/0
4/0

TOTAL
66 semester hours
ESPOL General Chemistry I plus UNO CHEM 1018 will transfer as CHEM 1014

1,

TABLE 6.

CODE
CHEM 1018
ENGR 3090
ENEE 2500
ENEE 3518
ENCE 2311
NAME 2151
NAME 2160
NAME 3120
NAME 3130
NAME 3150
NAME 3160
NAME 3170
NAME 4170
NAME 4175

ENGL 1157
ENGL 1158
ENGL 2152
PHIL 2244

Courses to be taken beyond the 54 hours credited to complete the requirements


for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Naval Architecture and Marine
Engineering at UNO.
COURSE NAME
Sciences
General Chemistry III
Engineering
Senior Seminar
Basic Electrical Circuits
Electrical Engineering Laboratory
Mechanics of Materials Lab
Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
Introduction to Marine Design and Construction
Form Calculations and Stability
Ship Hull Strength
Marine Engineering I (Power Systems)
Ship Resistance and Propulsion
Off-Shore Structure and Ship Dynamics
Marine Design Calculations
Marine Design
Marine Design Project
Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Electives
Non-Engineering
English Composition I
English Composition II
Technical Writing
Engineering Ethics
Literature, Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences Electives
Total number of hours to be taken at UNO

CREDITS
3
1
3
1
1
3
3
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
11
3
3
3
1
12
73

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TABLE 7.

ESPOL electrical engineering courses that can be transferred to the Bachelor's


Program in Electrical Engineering at UNO.

UNO COURSES
MATH 2111
MATH 2112
MATH 2221
MATH 2115
MATH 2511
PHYS 1061
PHYS 1063
PHYS 1062
PHYS 1065
PHYS 2064

Cr.
5
5
3
3
3
3
1
3
1
3

BIOL ELECTIVE
CSCI 1205

3
3

CSCI 2025
ECON 2000
Soc. Sc. Elective
PHIL 2244
ENEE 2510
ENEE 2550
ENEE 2551
ENEE 2582
ENEE 3560
ENEE 3540

3
3
3
1
1
3
3
3
3
3

ESPOL COURSES
ICM 00216 Calculus I
ICM 00646 Calculus II
ICM 00653 Calculus III
ICM 00158 Numerical Analysis
ICM 00604 Linear Algebra
ICF 00463 Physics I
ICF 00471 Experimental Physics I
ICF 00489 Physics II
ICF 00505 Experimental Physics II
ICF 00497 Physics III
ICHE 00885 Ecology and Environmental Educn.
ICM 00794 Computer Fundamentalsi
(or FIEC 04341 Programming Fundamentals1 )
FIEC 03012 Data Structures
ICHE 00612 Engineering Economics
ICHE 00893 Microeconomics
ICHE 01065 Ethics and Organizational Behavior
FIEC 01800 Circuits Laboratory
FIEC 01735 Analysis of Electrical Circuits I
FIEC 01784 Analysis of Electrical Circuits II
FIEC 00299 Digital Systems I
FIEC 03426 Electromagnetic Theory I
FIEC 00075 Electronics I

Lect/Lab
5/0
5/0
5/0
4/0
4/0
5/0
0/3
5/0
0/3
5/2
4/0
4/0
4/0
4/0
4/0
4/0
3/0
0/3
5/0
5/0
4/0
4/0
4/0

TOTAL
62 semester hours
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TABLE 8.

CODE
CHEM 1014
ENGR 3090
ENCE 2355
ENEE 2586
ENEE 3511
ENEE 3512
ENEE 3516
ENEE 3517
ENEE 3521
ENEE 3522
ENEE 3530
ENEE 3543
ENEE 3572
ENEE 3091
ENEE 3092
ENEE 3582
ENEE 3587
ENEE 3533
ENGL 1157
ENGL 1158
ENGL 2152

Courses to be taken beyond the 62 hours credited to complete the requirements


for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering at UNO.
COURSE NAME
Sciences
Chemistry for Engineers
Engineering
Senior Seminar
Engineering Mechanics
Electrical Engineering
Logic Circuits Laboratory
Energy Conversion Lab (or ENEE 3574 Communicat. Lab
or ENEE 3583 Design of Computer Systems)
Microprocessor Design Lab
Engineering Electronics Lab I
Engineering Electronics Lab II
Electric Machinery (or ENEE 3535 Comm. System Design)
Electrical Power Systems (or ENEE 3547 Digital Integrated
Circuit Design)
Continuous and Discrete Signal and System Analysis
Engineering Electronic Systems
Probabilistic Methods of Signal and System Analysis
Senior Electrical Engineering Design Project
Senior Electrical Engineering Design Project
Digital Design Using Microcomputers
Electrical Engineering Electives
Digital Design Using Microcomputer Interfacing
Classical Control System Design
Non-Engineering
English Composition I
English Composition II
Technical Writing
Literature, Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences Electives
Total number of hours to be taken at UNO

CREDITS
4
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
1
3
3
9
3
3
3
3
3
12
71

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