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PROGRAM OFFERINGS


B.S. in Electrical Engineering
-

Accredited since 1972


Concentration in Computer Engineering 1979



Proposed Concentration in Systems Engineering
-

2010


Master of Engineering
-

1979


Concentration in Electrical Engineering (Power Systems)


Concentration in Biomedical Engineering


M.S. in
Computer and Information Systems Engineering

-

1997


Ph.D. in
Computer and Information Systems Engineering
-

2001

Reforming Electric Energy Curriculum

TSU
-
ECE

Local [5]

State [5]

National [6]

Title

2006

2016

percento
verallgr
owth

2006

2016

percent
overall
growth


2008

2018

percent
overall
growth

Computer and Mathematical

Occupations 15
-
0000

11680

14320

22.6%

39650

47870

20.7%

3540K

4326K

22.2%

Computer Software Engineers,
Applications 15
-
1031

1260

1760

39.9%

2820

3980

41.1%

514.8K

689.9K

34%

Computer Software Engineers,
Systems Software 15
-
1032

790

990

25.1%

2640

3620

37.1%

394.8K

515K

30.4%

Database Administrators 15
-
1061

420

530

24.6%

1120

1420

26.8%

120.4K

144.7K

20.3%

Network and Computer Systems
Administrators 15
-
1071

1150

1530

33.5%

4190

5510

31.5%

339.5K

418.4K

23.2%

Network Systems and Data
Communications Analyst 15
-
1081

980

1330

36.1%

2590

3990

54.1%


292.0K

447.8K

53.4%

Architecture and Engineering

Occupations 17
-
0000

9600

10220

6.4%

37300

39860

6.86%

2636K

2906.6k

10.3%

Electrical Engineers


17
-
2061,
-
2071,
-
2072

1610

1820

13.0%

3630

4020

10.7%

376.2K

382.1K

1.57%




Table 1

Employment Projections at Local, State and National Level [5, 6]

TSU

New Approach (Thinking)


THE COMPLEX WHOLE

“The past three centuries of science have been predominantly
reductionist, attempting to break complex systems into simple parts, and
those parts, in turn, into simpler parts
.
The reductionist program has been
successful, and will continue to be so.

But it has often left a vacuum: How
do we use the information gleaned about the parts to build up a theory of
the whole?

The deep difficulty here lies in the fact that the complex
whole may exhibit properties that are not readily explained by
understanding the parts.

The complex whole, in a completely
nonmystical

sense, can often exhibit collective properties, ‘emergent’ features that are
lawful in their own right.”


Stuart Kauffman
-

At Home in the Universe, 1994

Dr. Joseph
Bordogna
, Deputy Director , NSF, Stepping into the New
Millennium NEEDHA, 3/16/1998

TSU




New
Thinking

Today’s Challenge in Engineering Education


The need to create sound synthesis and systemization of knowledge … will call
out a kind of scientific genius which hitherto has existed only as an aberration:

the genius for integration.

Of necessity this
means specialization as all creative effort goes
,
but
this time the [person] will be specializing in the
construction of the whole.”



Jose Ortega y Gasset
-

Mission of the University (1930) (from)


Dr.
Joseph Bordogna, Deputy Director , NSF, Stepping into the New Millennium NEEDHA, 3/16/1998

TSU
NEXT GENERATION ENGINEERING CAREER PATHS


Sustainable development: avoiding environmental harm;

energy & materials efficiency


Life cycle engineering
; infrastructure creation and renewal


Mega systems


Smart systems


Multimedia and computer communications systems


Living systems engineering


Product and process development. quality and control


System integration; system reconfiguration


Creative enterprise transformation



Dr. Joseph
Bordogna
, Deputy Director , NSF, Stepping into the New Millennium NEEDHA,
3/16/1998

TSU
NEXT GENERATION ENGINEERING SKILL SET

Systems integration
;
Synthesis

Engineering science; analysis

Problem formulation as well as problem solving

Engineering design

Ability to realize products

Facility with intelligent technology to enhance creative opport.

Teamwork
; sensitivity in interpersonal relations

Language and multicultural understanding

Ability to advocate and influence

Entrepreneurship and decision making

knowledge integration
, education and mentoring

Dr. Joseph Bordogna, Deputy Director , NSF, Stepping into the Ne
w Millennium NEEDHA, 3/16/1998
TSU


DEMAND ANALYSIS


EMPLOYMENT PROJECTIONS [2]

LOCAL AND STATE DEMAND


Occupation


Local Need



State
-
wide Need




1996 2005 % change 1996 2005 % change


Computer Engineers

3520 5365
52.41%

18260

27830

52.41%


System Analysts


1410 2625
86.17%


7650

14060

83.79%


Operations Research Analyst

165 265 60.61%


800 1280

60.00%


Computer Programmer 1365 1635 19.78%


6730


8040

19.47%


Database Admin.


70 115
64.39%

340


570

67.75%


Computer Support Specialists 200 320 60.00%


870


1480 70.11%


National Demand [3]

Occupation


Year 1994


Year 2005


% Change


Computer Engineers

350,000


700,000
100.00%


System Analysts


480,000


930,000


95.75%


Computer Programmer 520,000


600,000




15.38%

CISE
-

Computer and Information Systems Engineering


MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CISE PROGRAM OF STUDY


Fall Semester





Cr. Hours

CISE 5010


Data Structures and Algorithms



3

CISE 5020

Computer Architecture & Operating Sys.


3

CISE 5040


Systems Engineering




3


Spring Semester





Cr. Hours

CISE 5030


Software Systems Design




3

CISE 5230


Computer
Commun
. and Networks



3

CISE 5905


Master of Science Thesis I




3


Fall Semester





Cr. Hours

CISE 5220

Computer Aided System Design



3

CISE 5905+

Master of Science Thesis I Continued


3





Elective






3


Spring Semester

CISE 5905+

Master of Science Thesis I Continue


3

CISE 5906

Master of Science Thesis II




3



Elective





3


Ph. D. in

COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS ENGINEERING (CISE)

Concentrations


in

Computer Communication and Networks

Control System and Signal Processing

Robotics and Computer Integrated Manufacturing


Implemented in Fall 2001

ECSE 2400
Intro. To
Systems
Engineering

EECE 3410

Energy Conversion


MATH 3120

Applied Math

POWER
SYSTEMS

EECE 4410 TE

Renewal Energy


EECE 3210

E.M. Theory

EECE 3500

Communication
Systems

ESCE 4600
Systems Engr.

Analysis

EECE 2120


Circuits II

ESCE 3400
Discrete
Event Sys.
Simulation


DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING


TENNESSEE
STATE UNIVERSITY

INTEGRATE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING IN ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS

ENGR 2000,

CIRCUITS I &
Lab

ENGR 2230
Computer C++
Programming

EECE 3200

Linear
Systems

SOPHOMORE

JUNIOR YEAR

SENIOR YEAR

Fall

Spring

Spring

Spring

Fall

Fall

ENGR 2140

Stat./Dynamic

ESCE 4630

Embedded
Systems

EECE 3420

Power Systems



TSU
-
ECE

EECE 4350 TE

Comp. Comm.
& Networks

ENGR 2230
Computer C++
Programming

ECSE 4400
Probability

&
Rand. Proc.

ECSE 4620
Reliability,
Maintainability &
Failure Mod Ana
.


EECE 3430 TE

Power Distribution

Capstone Design Project I and II

EECE 3330 TE

Power Electronics

EECE 4410 TE

Renewal Energy


EECE 3300, 3301

Electronics & Lab


WEAKNESSES





Heavy Teaching Loads




Open Admission
-

Student Preparation




Inefficient Admissions Support






Poor Financial Support



OPPORTUNITIES




Innovative Systems Engineering

Based Program




NSF CREST Center
-




DoD

Research Projects




Young Faculty


Research Collaborations




Young Ph.D. Programs

THREATS




E I T Performance




Low Financial Support


Faculty and support




Low Enrollment