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 July 31, 2020

Fall 2020 Course Delivery Modes

A table listing the courses and modalities for fall 2020 is listed below. Please check back frequently as it is subject to change. If you have specific questions about how an individual course will be run, feel free to contact the instructor directly. Remember that all courses will be online-only following the Thanksgiving break. See UR Student for course times and locations.

Online—These courses will be offered virtually (either synchronously or asynchronously) for all students, regardless of whether they are living on campus, in Rochester, or are residing elsewhere.

Hybrid—These courses will include both online and in-person components. While in person, students will be required to disinfect their area prior to class, wear masks, and observe social distancing measures while attending these classes. Note that even when courses convene in person, they will remain fully accessible to students who will need to be participating remotely, via some combination of recorded sessions, online discussion forums, special Zoom office-hours, and so forth (with synchronous and/or asynchronous options available). Depending on enrollments and classroom size, it is possible that these courses may require even those students opting for in-person instruction to alternate, nonetheless, between in-person and remote attendance.

In-Person—These courses will be taught in a classroom. Students will be required to disinfect their area prior to class, wear masks, and observe social distancing measures while attending these classes.


Fall 2020 Course Delivery Modes
CourseCourse TitleInstructorFormat
ECE 101Intro of Computing SystemsM. Huanghybrid
ECE 111Intro to Signals and CircuitsJ. Mottleyhybrid
ECE 114Intro to C/C++ ProgrammingMing-Lun Leehybrid
ECE 140Intro to Audio Music and EngineeringS. Smithonline
ECE 201Advanced Computercanceledcanceled
ECE 210ArchitectureD. Pultorakhybrid
ECE 216Circuits and Micro for Engineers LabT. Howardhybrid
ECE 221Micropros and Data ConversionS. Wuhybrid
ECE 223Electronic Devices and CircuitsR. Sobolewskiin-person
ECE 230Semiconductor DevicesR. Sobolewskionline
ECE 241Electromagnetic WavesC. Tapparelloonline
ECE 246SignalsZ. Ignjatovicin-person
ECE 247Digital Signal ProcessingM. Doyleyonline
ECE 251Intro to DIP Using PythonS. McAleavyhybrid
ECE 261Ultrasound ImagingE. Friedmanonline
ECE 270Intro to VlsiH. Deryin-person
ECE 271Probability for EngineersG. Mateosin-person
ECE 348Intro to Random ProcessesJ. Mottley/D. Phinneyonline
ECE 489Design Seminar Ms Res. Sem. Audio/AcousticsM. Heilemannin-person
AME 191Art and Tech of RecordingS Roessnerin-person
AME 140Intro to Audio Music and EngineeringS. Smithonline
AME 191Art and Tech of RecordingS. Roessnerin-person
AME 192Listening and Audio ProdS. Roessnerin-person
AME 193Sound DesignR. Lavaquein-person
AME 194Audio for Visual MediaR. Lavaquein-person
AME 197Audio for GamingR. Lavaquein-person
AME 240Revolutions in SoundML. Leein-person
AME 262Audio Software DesignML. Leeonline
AME 292Acoustics PortfolioS. Smithonline
AME 294Audio Dsp PortfolioM. Heilemannin-person
AME 295Audio Electronics PortfolioD. Phinneyhybrid
AME 386Senior Design IM. Heilemannhybrid