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Computer Engineering 1+3 Agreement with MSU Bozeman

The 1+3 Agreement with articulated coursework in Engineering and General Education is designed for students interested in a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering at Montana State University.


Estimated Resident Program Cost*

Estimated costs are for the Great Falls College portion of this curriculum. Please contact the partnering school for information on the estimated cost of classes there.

DescriptionCosts
Tuition and Fees $3,418
Application Fee $30
Lab Fees $85
Books/Supplies $644
Total $4,177

*

Fall 2017 MUS Student Health Insurance Premiums will be changing. Please check the Health Insurance website and/or Student Central for confirmed premium rates. Students will be charged an additional fee of $21 per credit for online/hybrid courses.


Year 1: Courses taken at GFC MSU

Many students need preliminary math, science, and writing courses before enrolling in the program requirements. These courses may increase the total number of program credits. Students should review their math and writing placement before planning out their full program schedule.

First Year
FallCredits
CHMY 141 College Chemistry I w/Lab **,+ 4
CSCI 100 Intro to Programming *,+ 3
M 171 Calculus I **,+ 4
WRIT 101 College Writing I **,+ 3
Credits14

First Year
Spring
COMX 111 Intro to Public Speaking + 3
M 172 Calculus II *,+ 4
PHSX 220 Physics I w/Lab **,+ 4
University Core not previously take-- Art (IA and RA), Humanities (IH and RH), Social Science (IS and SN), or Diversity (D) Options listed on MUS core page 3
Credits14
Total Credits28


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Key courses

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Placement in course(s) is determined by placement assessment

+

Indicates prerequisite needed


Years 2-4: Outline for Completion of the Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering Degree at Montana State University

The following courses would be taken at MSU in Bozeman after transferring with Year 1 coursework from Great Falls College. These courses are all required for degree completion; the course sequencing indicated below is a general guide on when they can be taken.

CodeCourseCredits

Year 2 - Fall Semester
CodeCourseCredits
EELE 101Intro to Electrical Fundamentals3
EELE 261Intro to Logic Circuits4
M 274Intro to Differential Equations *4
PHSX 222Physics II *4
Subtotal15

Year 2 - Spring Semester
CodeCourseCredits
EELE 201Circuits I for Engineering *4
EGEN 350Applied Engr Data Analysis2
M 273QMultivariable Calculus *4
University Core not previously taken -- Art (IA and RA), Humanities (IH and RH), Social Science (IS and SN), or Diversity (D) Options listed above6
Subtotal16

Year 2 - Summer Semester
CodeCourseCredits
EELE 203Circuits II for Engineering *4
Subtotal4

CodeCourseCredits

Year 3 - Fall Semester
CodeCourseCredits
EELE 308Signals and Systems Analysis *3
EELE 317Electronics4
CSCI 246Discrete Structures3
EELE 371Microprocessor HW and SW Systems4
University Core (Art, Humanities, Social Science, or Diversity)3
Subtotal17

Year 3 - Spring Semester
CodeCourseCredits
EELE 367Logic Design4
EELE 465Microcontroller Applications4
EGEN 310RMultidisc Engineering Design *3
EELE 321Introduction to Feedback Controls3
University Core (Art, Humanities, Social Science, or Diversity)3
Subtotal17

CodeCourseCredits

Year 4 - Fall Semester
CodeCourseCredits
EELE 334Electromagnetic Theory I3
EELE 467System on a Chip, FGPA I4
EELE 488RElectrical Engineering Design I2
EELE/CSCI Elective Courses +6
Subtotal15

Year 4 - Spring Semester
CodeCourseCredits
EELE 468System on a Chip, FPGA II4
EELE 487Professional Ethics and Engineering Practices1
EGEN 488FE Exam0
EELE 489Electrical Engineering Design II3
EELE/CSCI Elective Courses +6
Subtotal14


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Key courses

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Advanced courses


Electives must include: 12 credits of approved professional electives, of which 6 credits must be CSCI courses, and at least 4 credits must be at the 300 level or above.

A minimum of 126 credits is required for graduation; 42 of those credits must be in courses numbered 300 and above.