Our courses provide opportunities to discover and explore engineering and technology in greater depth and build your expertise.

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers a variety of courses ranging from introductory 100-level classes to 800-level doctoral coursework in electrical and computer engineering (ECE), telecommunications (TCOM), and digital forensics (CFRS). Descriptions and prerequisites as well as further information about each one can be found in the catalog.

We encourage you to check out our syllabi to get more details about the courses we offer each semester.

Fall 2024 Syllabi

ECE/ENGR Courses

  • ECE-101-001: Introduction to ECE
  • ECE-201-001: Introduction to Signals and Systems
  • ECE-231-001: Digital System Design
  • ECE-232-201/202/204: Digital System Design Lab
  • ECE-240-001: C Programming for Engineers
  • ECE-285-001: Electric Circuit Analysis I
  • ECE-286-001: Electric Circuit Analysis II
  • ECE-301-001: Digital Electronics
  • ECE-301-002: Digital Electronics
  • ECE-305-001: Electromagnetic Theory
  • ECE-321-001: Continuous-Time Signals and Systems
  • ECE-330-001: Circuit Theory
  • ECE-330-002: Circuit Theory
  • ECE-333-001: Linear Electronics I
  • ECE-334-201/202/203: Linear Electronics Lab
  • ECE-340-001: Data Structures and Embedded Systems Programming in C/C++
  • ECE-350-001: Embedded Systems and Hardware Interfaces
  • ECE-370-001: Robot Design
  • ECE-409-001: Data Center Engineering
  • ECE-412-201: Renewable Energy Lab
  • ECE-415-002/DL1: Power System Analysis
  • ECE-418-001/DL1: Power System Protection and Relaying
  • ECE-419-DL1: Power Electronics for Modern Power Systems
  • ECE-420-201: Smart Grid Lab
  • ECE-421-001: Classical Systems and Control Theory
  • ECE-429-201: Modern Control Systems Lab
  • ECE-430-001: Principles of Semiconductor Devices
  • ECE-433-001: Linear Electronics II
  • ECE-436-2D2: Printed Circuit Board Design Lab
  • ECE-445-001: Computer Organization
  • ECE-446-001: Device Driver Development
  • ECE-447-001: Microcontrollers
  • ECE-448-001: FPGA Design with VHDL
  • ECE-460-001: Communication and Information Theory
  • ECE-465-002: Computer Networking Protocols
  • ECE-467-201: Computer Networking Lab
  • ECE-476-001: Cryptography Fundamentals
  • ECE-476-002: Cryptography Fundamentals
  • ECE-491-001: Engineering Seminar
  • ECE-491-001/DL1: Engineering Seminar
  • ECE-492-001: Senior Advanced Design Project I
  • ECE-493-001: RS: Senior Advanced Design Project II
  • ECE-499-001: Introduction to Wireless Communications and Networks
  • ECE-505-001: Hardware Security
  • ECE-508-DL1: Internet of Things
  • ECE-511-001: Computer Architecture
  • ECE-516-DL1: Mobile Systems and Applications
  • ECE-518-001/DL1: Power System Protection and Control
  • ECE-519-DL1-Power Electronics for Modern Power Systems
  • ECE-521-001: Linear Systems and Control
  • ECE-527-001: Learning From Data
  • ECE-528-001: Introduction to Random Processes in ECE
  • ECE-531-001: Introduction to Wireless Communications and Networks
  • ECE-535-001: Digital Signal Processing
  • ECE-542-001: Computer Network Architectures and Protocols
  • ECE-545-001/DL1: Digital System Design with VHDL
  • ECE-550-001/DL1: System Engineering Design
  • ECE-552-DL1: Big Data Technologies
  • ECE-552-DL2: Big Data Technologies
  • ECE-584-001: Semiconductor Device Fundamentals
  • ECE-587-001: Design of Analog Integrated Circuits
  • ECE-590-001: Human-Robot Interaction
  • ECE-606-001: Advanced Data Analytics in Smart Grid
  • ECE-618-001: Hardware Accelerators for Machine Learning
  • ECE-625-001: Autonomous Control for Robotic Systems
  • ECE-632-001: Digital Communications
  • ECE-646-001: Applied Cryptography
  • ECE-651-001: advanced Learning From Data
  • ECE-655-001/DL1: Advanced GPU Programming and Deep Learning
  • ECE-660-001/DL1: Space Systems Engineering
  • ECE-674-001/DL1: Systems Architecture Design
  • ECE-691-2D1: CubeSat Design
  • ECE-692-2D1: CubeSat Engineering
  • ECE-699-003: Robot Learning
  • ENGR-107-001:  Introduction to Engineering
  • ENGR-107-002:  Introduction to Engineering
  • ENGR-107-003:  Introduction to Engineering
  • ENGR-107-004: Introduction to Engineering

TCOM Courses

  • TCOM 500-002/DL2: Modern Telecommunication
  • TCOM-515-002: Internet Protocol Routing
  • TCOM-535-001: TCP/IP Suite Internet Protocol
  • TCOM-610-001: Border Gateway Protocol Routing
  • TCOM-611-DL1: Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS)
  • TCOM-617-DL1: Enterprise Network Architecture
  • TCOM-652-001: 5G Service, Technology and Network
  • TCOM-661-001: Digital Media Forensics
  • TCOM-663-001: Operations of Intrusion Detection for Forensics
  • TCOM-750-001: Coordinating Seminar

DFOR Courses

  • DFOR-500-DL1: Intro. to Forensic Technology and Analysis
  • DFOR-510-DL1: Digital Forensics Analysis
  • DFOR-637-001: Cloud Forensics
  • DFOR-660-001: Network Forensics
  • DFOR-661-001: Digital Media Forensics
  • DFOR-663-DL1: Operations of Intrusion Detection for Forensics
  • DFOR-670-001: Fraud Analytics
  • DFOR-672-DL1: Mobile Device Forensics
  • DFOR-761-001: Malware Reverse Engineering
  • DFOR-767-001:Penetration Testing Forensics
  • DFOR-780-001: Darknet Technologies
  • DFOR-790-001: Advanced Digital Forensics



Spring 2024 Syllabi

ECE/ENGR Courses




Fall 2023 Syllabi

ECE/ENGR Courses



Spring 2023 Syllabi

ECE/ENGR Courses



The schedule of classes provides information about the date and time as well as other scheduling details. Students should consult an advisor before the start of each semester to plan their courses. The earliest time that students may register is based on their assigned time ticket.

In addition to our matriculated students, we welcome high-school matriculants, undergraduate non-degree as well as graduate non-degree students to take our courses provided they fulfill all prerequisites. Please visit admissions to get more information on how to register.

George Mason is a cooperating member of the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area. Learn more about how to take electrical and computer classes through the consortium.

Contact our department or call 703-993-1569 to request further information.