City Colleges of Chicago and NIU CEET Transfer Guidelines 
B.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering


    The 2+2 Plan for Community College Students

    The Department of Electrical Engineering welcomes transfer students from Illinois Community Colleges. Students find it easy to continue their studies at NIU if they plan well. Therefore, following the course guidelines while completing an Associate in Science (A.S.) Degree is highly recommended [1]. Students should always work closely with their Community College Advisor. 


    Courses at City Colleges of Chicago

    Courses at CCC

    Equivalent courses at NIU

    CIS 142

    Introduction to C or C++Language

    CSCI 240

    *SPEECH 101

    Fundamentals of Speech Communications

    COMS 100

    ENGLISH 101

    Composition

    ENGL 103

    ENGLISH 102

    Composition

    ENGL 104

    MATH 207

    Calculus & Analytic Geometry I

    MATH 229

    MATH 208

    Calculus & Analytic Geometry II

    MATH 230

    MATH 209

    Calculus & Analytic Geometry III

    MATH 232

    MATH 210

    Differential Equations

    MATH 336

    CHEMISTRY 201

    General Chemistry I

    CHEM 210+212

    PHYSICS 235

    Engineering Physics: Mechanics and Wave motion

    PHYS 253

    PHYSICS 236

    Engineering Physics: Electricity and Magnetism

    PHYS 273

    PHYSICS 215

    Statics

    MEE 210

    PHYSICS 216

    Dynamics

    MEE 211

    ENGR 215

    Electrical Circuit Analysis

    ELE 210+ELE 210U

    Courses in Humanities/Fine Arts and Social/Behavioral Science as required.

    [1] Only A.A. and A.S. degrees satisfy NIU's general education requirements.

    *Satisfies NIU core competency requirements for oral communications

    Social Science/Humanities Electives

    It is recommended that two or three courses in Humanities/Social Sciences be taken at CCC and the rest at NIU. NIU's College of Engineering and Engineering Technology no longer requires sequences in Social Sciences and Humanities. Therefore, students only need to satisfy NIU's general education requirements.
    When choosing general education/core competency courses please consult with your CCC Advisor, verify general education requirements in the NIU Undergraduate Catalog, and check the Community College Articulation Tables for transferability.


    Courses at NIU

    Remaining classes to be taken at NIU's College of Engineering and Engineering Technology to earn a major in Electrical Engineering.

    ELE 250

    Computer Engineering I

    ELE 315

    Signals and Systems

    ELE 330

    Electronic Circuits

    ELE 335

    Theory of Semiconductor Devices I

    ELE 340

    Electrical Power Systems

    ELE 356

    Computer Engineering II

    ELE 360

    Communication Systems

    ELE 370

    Engineering Electromagnetics

    ELE 380

    Control Systems I

    ELE 491

    Electrical Engineering Design Proposal

    ELE 492
    OR
    ELE 429

    Electrical Engineering Design Project

    Biomedical Engineering Design Project

    ISYE 220

    Engineering Economy

    STAT 350
    OR

    ISYE 335

    Introduction to Probability and Statistics

    Statistics for Engineering

    PHYS 283

    Fundamentals of Physics III: Quantum Physics

    UEET 101

    Introduction to Engineering

    18 semester credit hours of Technical Electives

    Elective may be any ELE course numbered 400 or higher with the exception of ELE 429, ELE 491, ELE 492, and ELE 497. With the approval of the Department of Electrical Engineering, other mathematics, sciences, or engineering courses may be used as electives. At least 12 of these 18 semester hours must be from the Department of Electrical Engineering, and a minimum of two courses must be selected from one of the following five areas: Microelectronics, Power/Controls, Signal Processing/Communications, Electromagnetics, and Computer Engineering.

    Admission to Engineering and Technology at Northern Illinois University 

    Illinois Public Community College Graduates

    A graduate of an Illinois public community college who has not previously attended Northern Illinois University and who has completed a baccalaureate-oriented A.A., A.S., or A.A.T. will be admitted to NIU as long as space is available. The student will enter with junior standing and all NIU general education requirements will be considered complete if the student has the following qualifications prior to enrolling at NIU.

    An Associate of Arts (A.A.) or an Associate of Science (A.S.) degree or Associate in Arts in Teaching (A.A.T.) degree.
    At least a C average (2.00 on a 4.00 scale) as calculated by the community college.
    At least 60 semester hours of credit.
    Good standing at the last college attended.

    For More Information

    For more information on the Department of Electrical Engineering write or call:

    Department of Electrical Engineering
    CEET EB 330
    Northern Illinois University
    DeKalb, IL 60115-2854
    (815)753-9974

    Visit our Home page. This site provides information on course descriptions, course syllabi, lab tours, faculty profiles, student organizations, suggested 4-year degree plan, other useful links, etc.

    For undergraduate application materials contact:

    Office of Admissions
    Northern Illinois University
    DeKalb, IL 60115-2857
    (800)892-3050 (toll-free in Illinois) or (815)753-0446

    For more information on transfer programs at NIU contact:
    Call (815) 753-0446 or (800) 892-3050 (toll free) and ask to speak with a Transfer Counselor.

     

    Disclaimer: Although NIU attempts to accommodate the course requests of all students, some course offerings may be limited by financial, space, and staffing considerations, or may otherwise be unavailable. Nothing in this brochure may be construed to promise or guarantee registration in any course or course of study (whether required or elective), nor may anything be construed to promise or guarantee the completion of an academic program within a specific length of time. All degree requirements are subject to the provisions and notices in the Undergraduate Catalog. Information in this brochure is valid through August 2012.