The Ohio State University at Marion


Electrical and Computer Engineering

Welcome to the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The Ohio State University at Marion. The department currently offers first two years of undergraduate program at Marion. The following two years are completed at the Columbus campus.

Undergraduate degree program offer two areas of specialization (Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering). Areas of expertise in this field include analog and RF electronic circuits, communications/signal processing, computer and digital systems, computer vision/image processing, control systems, electromagnetics/remote sensing/microwaves, optics and photonics, nanotechnology/electronic materials, robotics/intelligent transportation, networking and sustainable energy and power systems. At Marion campus, the program is designed to provide introductory knowledge in analog & digital electronic circuits and signals & systems with hands-on labs to help establish the foundation and build the skills and advance to higher level of expertise in aforementioned areas.

The department is currently housed in Morrill Hall and Library/Classroom building but in July, the department will be moved to new Science and Engineering building.

Please feel free to browse the website to learn more about the department. You are welcome to contact and visit us any time. The faculty member(s) will be happy to answer any of your questions.


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ECE 2020: Introduction to Analog Systems and Circuits
Credits: 3
Course Description: Circuit theory and applications of passive components and Op amps. Introduction to analog systems using differential equations and Laplace transforms.
Prerequisites: Math 1152 (152) or 1161.01 or 1161.02 or 1172 or 1181H or 161, and Physics 1250 or 1260 or 131, and CSE 1222 or 2221 or 202 or 205 or 221 or EnGraph 167 or Engr 1281.01H or 1281.02H or 1222 or Engineer 192.01H or 192.02H; and Engr 1182.01 or 1182.02 or 1182.03 or 1282.01H or 1282.02H or 1282.03H or Engineer 183 or 193H, or Engr 1186 (Engineer 186) and 1187 (187) and concur: 1188 (185) concurrent, or 1187 and 1188 and concur: 1186; and CPHR 2.00 or above.


ECE 2050: Introduction to Discrete-time Signals and Systems
Credits: 3
Course Description: Introduction to sampled time signals and linear time invariant sampled time systems.
Prerequisites: Prereq: ECE 2000 or 2060, or 2061 and 2067. Prereq or concur: Math 2568.
Exclusions: Not open to students with credit for 2100, 2100.01, 2100.04, 2110, 2104, 291, 294.02 or 351


ECE 2060: Introduction to Digital Logic
Credits: 3
Course Description: Introduction to the theory and practice of combinational and clocked sequential networks.
Prerequisites: Prereq: Math 1152 (152) or 1161.01 or 1161.02 or 1172 or 1181H or 161, and Physics 1250 or 1260 or 131, and CSE 1222 or 2221 or 202 or 205 or 221 or EnGraph 167 or Engr 1281.01H or 1281.02H or 1222 or Engineer 192.01H or 192.02H; and Engr 1182.01 or 1182.02 or 1182.03 or 1282.01H or 1282.02H or 1282.03H or Engineer 183 or 193H, or Engr 1186 (Engineer 186) and 1187 (187) and concur: 1188 (185) concurrent, or 1187 and 1188 and concur: 1186, or major in CIS or CIS-PRE; and CPHR 2.00 or above.

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