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1. Semiconductor Devices - EECE 332 (Fall) : This course is an undergraduate junior/senior level core course for EE (Electrical Engineering) students.  This course covers basic theory of semiconductors, p-n junctions, bipolar junction transistors, and MOS field effect devices.

2. Electromagnetics - EECE 323 (Spring) : This course is an undergraduate junior/senior level core course for EE (Electrical Engineering) students.  This course covers fundamentals of electromagnetic fields, MaxwellˇŻs equations, plane waves & reflections and application to transmission lines, antennas, propagation, electromagnetic interference, electronics packaging & wireless communication.

3. BioMEMS and Bioelectronics - EECE 505 (Fall) (Developed by Dr. Choi) : This course is an undergraduate senior/Graduate level course.  This course covers  chemical sensors, bio-analytical systems and biosensors with a special emphasis on different transduction technologies. "BioMEMS and Bioelectronics" is the discipline resulting from the convergence of engineering and biology and it has the potential to significanlty impact many areas important to the nation's economy and well-being; including healthcare and medicine, homeland security, forensics, and protecting the environment and food supply.

4. Introduction to BioEnergy Systems - EECE 516 (Spring) (Developed by Dr. Choi) :This course is an undergraduate senior/Graduate level course. This course provides an overview of the field of renewable energy/fuel made available from biologically derived materials. In particular, the course will focus on innovative systems for bioelectricity, biofuel, biorefinery, and environmental applications.

5. Interfacing Engineering & Biology at Nanoscale - EECE 605 (Fall) (Developed by Dr. Choi) : This course covers aspects of bio-molecular function and the interface with synthetic nanomaterials to explore the possibility of devices and systems that are unprecedented in nature. Students will learn the principles of design of biological nanosystems and will be able to critically respond to the engineering issues surrounding the creation of nanosensors/nano-robots/nano-devices.

6. Independent Study - EECE 497/597/697 & Undergraduate Study - EECE 499 : These courses are designed to allow students to work individually with a faculty member on a project or topic of mutual interest.