This 126 credit hour, 4 year program gives students a broad based foundation in the field of electrical engineering. Students are prepared to design, develop and manage processes, systems and components related to communication and signal processing, power systems, control and robotics, manufacturing, and microelectronics.
Students graduate from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering with a high level of technical proficiency and valuable hands-on experience. Graduates typically work as the following types of engineers: chief, design, development, experimental, instrumentation, project and test. They are also involved in product design and prototyping and are well-prepared for leadership positions.
The program has many opportunities for students to do innovative hands-on work such as independent study, internship, cooperative education, and undergraduate research.
The Bachelor’s degree experience is concluded with a two-semester sequence of Senior Design courses, in which teams of students will apply their engineering knowledge on a real-world project which is often submitted by engineers in industry. See some examples of senior design projects here.
Plan of Study
EE Elective Lists
Elective Areas of Interest List
General Education Elective List - refer to the Undergraduate Handbook (link above)
3 Year Course Offering Plan
Special Degree Programs
The Program Educational Objectives of the Electrical Engineering degree program are to prepare graduates who will be successful in their chosen career paths by:
Student Outcomes (SOs)
These student outcomes address the abilities of our students upon graduation. Engineering programs must demonstrate that their students attain the following outcomes: