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Freshman courses in electrical and computer engineering

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For over a decade freshmen in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Maine have taken courses in their major. They would take digital logic design during the fall semester and then assembly language programming in the spring semester. A new fall semester course, “Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering”, has been created to address certain problems with the old course and to help in the transition from high school to college. It replaced the old fall course in digital logic design. However, material was extracted from this course and the spring course and used to create a new spring course, “Logic Systems”, that covers both logic design and assembly language programming. These courses are described followed by a discussion of the transition course, Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering

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Frontiers in Education Conference, 1993. Twenty-Third Annual Conference. 'Engineering Education: Renewing America's Technology', Proceedings.

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6-9 Nov 1993