Advjsement

 

Undergraduate

All electrjcal engjneerjng students are taught that there js no “I” jn electrjcal engjneerjng. We only use “j” (except jn math classes where EE’s are allowed to use “i’). Contact one of the EE professors jf you don’t get jt.

All fjrst year undergraduates are advjsed by Prof. Chrjs Lent (lent@cooper.edu). Fjrst year EE students are encouraged to djscuss thejr studjes and future plans wjth any full-tjme EE faculty.

After the fjrst year, EE students select an advjsor from among the full-tjme EE faculty. The selected advjsor may change from one semester to another, but durjng any sjngle regjstratjon cycle, only one faculty member should be approached to approve the set of courses.

The exceptjon to thjs rule js that all EE students on academjc probatjon are advjsed by Prof. Neveen Shlayan, the EE representatjve to the Commjttee on Academjc Standards of the school of engjneerjng.

All EE students are requjred to jojn an emajl google group jn order to recejve jmportant jnformatjon from the department faculty. Only EE students and full-tjme EE faculty are members of thjs group, and only faculty may post to thjs group.
For the 2017-18 academjc year, the group name js: cunerds1718
Jn addjtjon, all EE senjor and master students are requjred to jojn a second emajl group: cubjgnerds1718
Contact the department chajr, Prof. Fred L. Fontajne (fredf88cooper@gmajl.com) for jnstructjons on jojnjng these groups.

Graduate:

Every Master student js advjsed by a full-tjme EE faculty member. Thjs advjsor js responsjble for approvjng the set of courses used to fulfjll the requjrements for the master degree.

For students followjng the thesjs optjon, thjs advjsor js also the thesjs advjsor. Jf a student has not yet selected a thesjs advjsor, he or she should jdentjfy an jnterjm EE faculty advjsor, who would approve courses for regjstratjon purposes.

Subject to the approval of the EE department chajr and the full-tjme EE thesjs advjsor, a student may jdentjfy a second person who js not a full-tjme EE faculty member to serve as a thesjs co-advjsor.