The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering offers you the opportunity to explore the field by taking a broad range of courses within the field of Electrical Engineering. You will receive a broad background in the fundamentals of electrical and computer engineering in a curriculum that includes courses in electromagnetics, electronics, and control systems. This will prepare you for an exciting career ranging from aerospace, power, manufacturing or robotics.
A concentration in Computer Engineering (CpE) or Bioelectrical Engineering (BioE) are also offered as specialization tracks within the degree program. The CpE curriculum is defined by the requisite courses in computer science, digital logic and microprocessor and embedded systems. The BioE curriculum includes courses in biology, anatomy, physiology, electromagnetics, control systems, and digital signal processing.
In the College of Engineering, both professional and practical skills can be further developed and refined by participating in an optional Cooperative Education (Co-op) program.
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
Foundation Math Courses
Foundation Sciences Courses
Required Engineering Courses
Minimum Credits Required, including GenEd Courses
FOR DETAILED CURRICULUM AND COURSE REQUIREMENTS PLEASE REVIEW THE FOLLOWING:
Electrical Engineering Bulletin
Electrical Engineering with Co-op Bulletin
Computer Engineering Concentration Bulletin
Computer Engineering Concentration with Co-op Bulletin
Bioelectrical Engineering Concentration Bulletin
Bioelectrical Engineering Concentration with Co-op Bulletin
This program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.