Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Course Enrollment Policy
Knorr, Jeffrey B.
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Over the past several years, student enrollment at NPS, as well as student enrollment in the Electronic Systems Engineering curriculum, have dropped as a result of the military drawdown. This has resulted in low enrollments in some ECE courses, particularly at the 4000 level. As a result, the ECE Department and the Code 34 Curric Office have agreed to implement the policies outlined below to facilitate course scheduling, teaching assignment of faculty, and to maintain the academic rigor of the Electronic Systems Engineering curriculum. Naval Postgraduate School students are privileged to have individual class scheduling. With this comes the responsibility to thoughtfully plan each quarter for enrollment in those courses the student actually desires to pursue the next academic quarter. The policy below simply formalizes and more stringently enforces this requirement. It will require more careful planning by students as well as faculty, particularly thesis advisors.
Course Enrollment Policy for the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering for the Fall of 1999.
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