Control Curriculum @ BYU



BYU offers the following curriculum in control systems engineering.

Undergraduate courses:

EE 483 / ME 431 - Feedback control (offered Fall Semester)
EE 490 Senior Design - Senior design project with robotics emphasis (offered Winter Semester)

General graduate level systems engineering courses:

EE 670 - Stochastic Processes (offered Fall Semester)
EE 671 - Mathematics of Signals and Systems (offered Fall Semester)
EE 672 - Detection and Estimation (offered Winter Semester)

Graduate level control engineering courses:

EE 673 / ME 633 - Digital Control (offered Winter Semester of even years)
EE 674 / ME 634 - Flight Dynamics and Control (offered Winter Semester of odd years)
EE773 / ME 733 - Linear Systems Theory (offered Winter Semeter of odd years)
EE774 / ME 734 - Nonlinear Systems Theory (offered Winter Semester of even years)
CS 613 - Robust Control (offered Winter Semster)

Other courses that are closely related to control engineering:

EE 631 - Robot Vision (offered Winter Semester)
ME 534 - Dynamics of Mechanical Systems (offered Winter Semester)
ME 570 - Computer-Aided Engineering Software Development (offered Fall Semester)
ME 575 - Optimization Techniques in Engineering (offered Winter Semester)
CS 312 - Algorithm Analysis (offered Fall and Winter)
CS 412 - Mathematical Modeling and Optimization
CS 470 - Artificial Intelligence (offered Fall and Spring)
CS 650 - Computer Vision I (offered Fall Semester)
CS 670 - Multi Agent Systems (offered Winter Semester)
CS 750 - Computer Vision II (offered on demand)