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Welcome All Cadets, and Go EECS!!

Potential Majors
 
There is no better way to serve the Army and the Nation than to earn an EE, CS, or IT degree in the Department of EE&CS. The U.S. Army depends every day on a thousand information technologies at all levels from individual soldier to strategic decision maker. Leaders who understand these technologies and how to use them effectively are vital to our present and our future, in peace and in war.
 
Please use the links at the left to learn about the Department. You'll be most interested in the following Major's Program Overviews:
  • Computer Science
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Our best advice, though, is to stop by the department and discuss your thoughts and goals with one of our Academic Counselors. We are located on the first floor of Thayer Hall (South end of the building). You can also click below to send the senior academic counselor an email message:
  • Computer Science Counselor, Dr. Charles Reynolds
  • Electrical Engineering Counselor, Dr. Peter Hanlon
  • Information Technology Counselor, COL Edward Sobiesk
  • A coffee or soda is on us!
     
    Potential Sequencers
     
    The Computer Science Sequence provides the non-majors with a grounding in the art and science of software design and construction. The three courses of the sequence are shown here.

    CS300 Computer Science Fundamentals
    CS350 Database Design and Implementation
    IS450 Principles of Distributed Application Engineering
    You can click the course number to see the course description in the USMA Redbook.
     
    The Electrical Engineering Sequence provides non-majors with the essential skills and knowledge needed to design elementary electrical and electronic systems. The three courses of the sequence are shown here.

    EE300 Fundamentals of Digital Logic
    EE350 Basic Electrical Engineering
    EE450 Military Electronic Systems
    You can click the course number to see the course description in the USMA Redbook.
     
    Other cadets interested in EE&CS courses
     
    If you would like to take an EE&CS course to fill a free elective requirement, any faculty member will be happy to discuss options with you or direct you to the right person. Stop by or send a note to one of the Academic Counselors listed above under Our best advice!