Distance Engineering Degree Program (DEDP)
(the only online ABET accredited B.S.E.E degree in US)
B.S.E.E advisement page
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA
Department of Electrical Engineering
GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA, USA
Dear DEDP Students:
following links in this page would help you to navigate easily as you
register for distance classes. Please make sure you are noting down the
correct DEDP class # on Connect ND -
Things to note when you do email
correspondence with me:
# 2. Also if you are looking for advisement, then please mention what courses you took/taking in the precedence semester.
# 3. If you are just looking for advisor hold removal, then please have subject of your email as Advisor Hold Removal or else say Need Advisement.
This page is prepared by Prof. Prakash Ranganathan and Prof. Miles for quick access of links.
You will need to consult with your advisor for accurate advisement on how to
work toward a customized B.S.E.E study plan.
Register for classes through Campus Connection
Essential Studies (ES)
For a U course and G course requirement, please look at the following links under Social Sciences or A&H.
Please chose the year that you were admitted to the DEDP program
ES Petition Form
Administrative Procedures Petition Form :
You need to fill out an "Administrative Procedures Petition Form", which is on our Registrar's home page, sign and e-mail to me:
Registrar A to Z Index (Bottom left on the screen)
Forms for Students to print
Administrative Procedures Petition Form
Use the following explanation:
I am petitioning a waiver of the "Last 30 Cr must be institutional", inasmuch as I
am in the "Distance Engineering Degree Program" where UND's course offerings
are often combined with transfers from other institutions when a given UND
course is not often repeated.
Correspondence courses Link:
Math Placement Test (MPT):
General Course Schedule from Registrar, See rightside of the page
UND articulation agreements with other colleges:
For Registration and Financial Aid Questions, please email Courtenay White, Distance Engineering Degree Program Manager at 701-777-4333 or Courtenay.White@und.edu
ENGR 102: Professional Assessment and Evaluation Course: A course that consider waivable courses
[ Manual ] [This doc is only for information, not an actual instruction document]
This is a one credit course with a grade of Satisfactory (S) or Unsatisfactory (U) which consider a POTENTIAL waiver (W) for certain courses on your B.S.E.E curriculum. You will need to document your experience/ projects through a portfolio related to the courses you seek waiver, if you do possess those skills. If you do not have any background in the following waivable courses, then you are highly encouraged to take those particular course to fulfill the degree requirement. This course usually taken during your Junior or Senior Year. Your ENGR 102 committee/advisor will determine the grade for these waivable courses.
1. EE 101: Introduction to Engineering
2. Engr 101:Graphical Communications
3. EE 201:Introduction to Digital Electronics
4. EE 202:Lab for EE 201, 1 Credit
5. Technical Electives (6 credits)
6. Ethics:Phil 370 or ChE 340 or ME 37O from UND or other ethic equivalent courses approval by advisor.
University of Idaho distance courses links:
TENTATIVE FUTURE DEDP COURSE OFFERINGS 2011- 2016:Please click this link to see course lists
B.S.E.E course descriptions:
101. Introduction to Electrical Engineering. 1
credit. An introduction to the electrical engineering discipline. Recent
technologies and practices in electronics, computers, controls, power
systems, robotics, communication, and microwaves. F,S
Engineering Science Electives
ME 301. Materials Science. 3 credits. Prerequisites: Chem 121, Phys 252. The theory of the structure of matter, the prediction and evaluation of engineering properties of materials. F306. Fluid Mechanics. 3 credits. Prerequisites: Phys 251, Math 265. Fluid properties; fluid statics and dynamics; transport theory and transport analogies, conservation of mass, energy, and momentum; dimensional analysis; boundary layer concepts; pipe flows; compressible flow; open channel flow. F,S
ME 306. Fluid Mechanics. 3 credits. Prerequisites: Phys 251, Math 265. Fluid properties; fluid statics and dynamics; transport theory and transport analogies, conservation of mass, energy, and momentum; dimensional analysis; boundary layer concepts; pipe flows; compressible flow; open channel flow. F,S
ME 341. Thermodynamics. 3 credits. Prerequisites: Phys 251, Math 166. Fundamental energy relationships applied to both closed and open systems. Determination of thermodynamic properties, first and second laws of thermodynamic processes and basic cycles. F,S
Engr 202, Dynamics, 3 credits
Last revised: 2010-2011