B.S. Electrical Engineering

Including the university's General Education Requirements (a minimum of 36 credits--see the General Education Requirements in the Academic Information section of this catalog), the program of study for the Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering degree totals a minimum of 120 credits as follows:

Required Courses for Electrical Engineering Major:

CHEM 1111General Chemistry I (Partially Fulfills General Education Objective 5)4
CHEM 1111LGeneral Chemistry I Lab (Partially Fulfills General Education Objective 5)1
CS 1181Computer Science and Programming I3
ENGL 3307Professional and Technical Writing3
MATH 1170Calculus I (Fulfills General Education Objective 3)4
MATH 1175Calculus II4
MATH 2240Linear Algebra3
MATH 2275Calculus III4
MATH 3360Differential Equations3
PHYS 2211Engineering Physics I (Partially Fulfills General Education Objective 5)4
PHYS 2212Engineering Physics II (Partially Fulfills General Education Objective 5)4
EE 1101Electrical Engineering and Society1
EE 2240Electrical Circuits I3
EE 2240LElectrical Circuits I Laboratory1
EE 2274Introduction to Digital Systems3
EE 2274LIntroduction to Digital Systems Laboratory1
EE 3325Electromagnetics3
EE 3329Introduction to Electronics3
EE 3301Software Methodology and Tools for Electrical Engineering3
EE 3340Electrical Circuits II3
EE 3340LElectrical Circuits II Laboratory1
EE 3345Signals and Systems3
EE 4416Applied Engineering Methods3
EE 4418Communication Systems3
EE 4426Computer Architecture and Organization3
EE 4427Embedded Systems Engineering2
EE 4427LEmbedded Systems Engineering Laboratory1
EE 4429Advanced Electronics3
EE 4429LAdvanced Electronics Lab1
EE 4472Electrical Machines and Power3
EE 4472LElectrical Machines and Power Laboratory1
EE 4473Automatic Control Systems3
EE 4475Digital Signal Processing3
EE 4495Senior Seminar3
EE 4496Project Design3
In Addition:
EE Elective3
Total Credits97


Consult with your advisor when selecting electives, as there may be other new or special courses available.

EE ElectivesThe following courses are pre-approved: (Note that non-EE courses may have prerequisites that are not part of the EE program.)

EE 4432Introduction to VLSI Systems3
EE 4433Mixed Signal Design and Synthesis3
EE 4474Advanced Circuit Theory3
EE 4476Semiconductor Processing and Fabrication3
EE 4478Semiconductor Devices3
EE 4479Advanced Semiconductor Devices3
EE 4482Principles of Power Electronics3
EE 4491Digital Control Systems3
ME 4405
ME 4406
Measurement Systems Design
and Measurement Systems Laboratory
ME 4425Mechatronics3