|Core Modules *||90|
|CG1001 Introduction to Computer Engineering||2|
|CG1108 Electrical Engineering||4|
|CG2023 Signals & Systems||4|
|CG2271 Real-time Operating Systems||4|
|CG3207 Computer Architecture||4|
|CS1010 Programming Methodology||4|
|CS1020 Data Structures and Algorithms I||4|
|CS1231 Discrete Structures||4|
|CS2101 Effective Communication for Computing Professionals 1||4|
|CS2103T Software Engineering 1||4|
|EE2020 Digital Fundamentals||5|
|EE2021 Devices & Circuits||4|
|EE2024 Programming for Computer Interfaces||5|
|EE3204 Computer Communications Networks I||4|
|EG2401 Engineering Professionalism||3|
|HR2002 Human Capital in Organizations||3|
|MA1505 Mathematics I||4|
|MA1506 Mathematics II||4|
|PC1432 Physics IIE||4|
|ST2334 Probability & Statistics||4|
|CG3002 Embedded Systems Design Project||6|
|EE3031 Innovation & Enterprise I||4|
|CG4001 B.Eng. Dissertation||12|
|CEG Technical Electives
Minimum 3 modules; at least 2 depth modules
|Total MCs for Programme Requirements||124|
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* Please note the semester in which CG-coded modules are offered :
|Module||Semester||With effect from|
EE3204 is offered in every semester 1.
: Students should read CS2103T Software Engineering and CS2101 Effective Communication for Computing Professionals in the same semester.
The following groups of students will take CS2103 instead because:
- USP students may read UWC2101% in lieu of CS2101,
- RVRC students may read ES1601 in lieu of CS2101,
- Students who qualify to read the advanced ES1501% Critical Thinking and Expository Writing, may read the module in lieu of CS2101,
- UTCP students from AY2014/15 intake may read IEM2201% (re-coded to UTW2001% in AY15) in lieu of CS2101.
Note: UTCP students from AY2015/16 intake are (still) required to read CS2101 (and CS2103T).
# For students who have not passed or been exempted from the Qualifying English Test (QET) at the time of admission to the university.