- Collins, Leslie M. and Huettel, Lisa G. and Brown, April S. and Ybarra, Gary A. and Holmes, Joseph S. and Board, John A. and Cummer, Steven A. and Gustafson, Michael R. and Kim, Jungsang and Massoud, Hisham Z., Theme-based redesign of the duke university ECE curriculum: The first steps,
ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Conference Proceedings
pp. 14313 - 14326 .
(last updated on 2007/04/14)
Undergraduates in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at Duke University have benefited from the combination of curricular flexibility and rigorous coursework. The current curriculum is further limited in that the core courses do not offer a vertically integrated thematic introduction to ECE as a discipline nor are they reflective of the broader scope of ECE field of study. The course has streamlined structure, which is consistent with an educational theme. Results from Educational BEnchmark Inc. (EBI) survey of students confirmed that they too perceive the oppurtinities for improvement in curriculum.
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