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Coursework

Cal Poly GPA: 3.180 ⋅ Higher Education GPA: 3.199 ⋅ Major GPA: 3.217

Fall Quarter 2018

  • IME 314 – Engineering Economics
  • KINE 181 – First Aid, CPR, and AED
  • MU 120 – Music Appreciation
  • PHIL 230 – Philosophical Classics: Knowledge & Reality

Spring Quarter 2018 - Dean's List

  • BIO 111 – General Biology
  • EE 424 – Introduction to Remote Sensing
  • EE 462 – Senior Project II
  • MU 324 – Music and Society: History of Musical Theater

Winter Quarter 2018

  • CHEM 125 – General Chemistry for Physical Science and Engineering II
  • EE 440 – Wireless Communications
  • EE 480 – Wireless Communicatoins Lab
  • MU 462 – Senior Project I
  • PHIL 230 – Philosophical Classics: Knowledge & Reality

Fall Quarter 2017

  • EE 402 – Electromagnetic Waves
  • EE 403 – Fiber Optic Communication
  • EE 443 – Fiber Optic Communicatoin Lab
  • EE 409 – Electronic Design
  • EE 449 – Electronic Design Lab
  • EE 460 – Senior Project Preparation

Summer Quarter 2017

  • ENGL 241 – American Literature to 1865

Spring Quarter 2017

  • CPE 329 – Programmable Logic and Microprocessor-Based Systems Design
  • EE 308 – Analog Electronics and Integrated Circuits
  • EE 348 – Analog Electronics and Integrated Circuits Lab
  • EE 335 – Electromagnetic Fields and Transmission Lines
  • EE 375 – Electromagnetic Fields and Transmission Lines Lab

Winter Quarter 2017

  • EE 302 – Classical Control Systems
  • EE 342 – Classical Control Systems Lab
  • EE 307 – Digital Electronic and Integrated Circuits
  • EE 347 – Digital Electronic and Integrated Circuits Lab
  • EE 314 – Introduction to Communication Systems
  • HIST 221 – World History, Beginnings to 1000

Fall Quarter 2016

  • EE 295 – Energy Conversion Electromagnetics Lab
  • EE 306 – Semiconductor Device Electronics
  • EE 346 – Semiconductor Device Electronics Lab
  • EE 328 – Discrete Time Signals and Systems
  • EE 368 – Signals and Systems Lab
  • STAT 350 – Proababilty and Random Processes for Engineers

Spring Quarter 2016

  • EE 228 – Continuous-Time Signals and Systems
  • EE 255 – Energy Conversion Electromagnetics
  • PHYS 211 – Modern Physics I
  • POLS 112 – American and California Government

Winter Quarter 2016

  • BIO 213 – Life Science for Engineers
  • BMED 213 – Bioengineering Fundamentals
  • CPE 233 – Computer Design and Assembly Language Programming
  • EE 212 – Electronic Circuit Analysis III
  • EE 242 – Electronic Circuit Analysis III Lab
  • MATH 241 – Calculus IV

Fall Quarter 2015

  • CPE 133 – Digital Design
  • EE 211 – Electronic Circuit Analysis II
  • EE 241 – Electronic Circuit Analysis II Lab
  • MATH 244 – Linear Analysis I
  • MATH 254 – Linear Analysis I Workshop
  • PHYS 132 – General Physics II

Summer 2015 (Santa Rosa Junior College)

  • POLS 1 – Inroduction to U.S. Government

Spring Quarter 2015

  • CPE 101 – Fundamentals of Computer Science I
  • EE 112 – Eletronic Circuit Analysis I
  • ENGL 149 – Technical Writing for Engineers
  • PHYS 133 - General Physics III

Winter Quarter 2015

  • COMS 101 – Public Speaking
  • KINE 255 – Personal Health: A Multicultrual Approach
  • MATH 143 – Calculus III
  • MATH 153 – Calculus III Workshop
  • PHYS 141 – General Physics IA

Fall Quarter 2014

  • CHEM 124 – General Chemistry for Engineering Disciplines I
  • EE 111 – Introduction to Electrical Engineering
  • EE 151 – Introduction to Electrical Engineering Lab
  • ENGL 134 – Writing and Rhetoric
  • IME 156 – Basic Electronics Manufacturing
  • MATH 142 – Calculus II