BS in Electrical Engineering

Program Description

The undergraduate degree offered by the Department is the Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE), a four year degree program. The program provides the scope of knowledge and training needed for employment and also forms the basis for further study at the graduate level. Our BSEE program is fully accredited by the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology (ABET).

The BSEE curriculum includes math, science, and basic engineering courses in the freshman and sophomore years, required electrical engineering courses in the junior and senior years, and technical elective courses in the senior year. As there are many similarities during the first year of all engineering disciplines' curricula, students can transfer among engineering majors fairly easily in the freshman year. Students also have considerable flexibility in the selection of technical elective courses, allowing them to specialize in an electrical engineering sub-discipline. Also available to interested students are several work-experience courses (internships and engineering co-op).

Program Educational Objectives

Electrical Engineering Graduates are prepared to attain the following PEO’s within a few years of graduation:

  • PEO #1 (Successful Careers): Graduates of the program will successfully contribute to the profession while advancing in their careers.
  • PEO #2 (Life Long Learning): Graduates of the program will continue to learn through advanced study or engagement in professional development activities.

Flowsheets

The EE flowsheet provides students with guidance in planning their semester's schedule. After entering the link below, please select the flowsheet applicable to your effective academic year (which refers to the academic year a student is admitted to the major).

BS Electrical Engineering

Please note, while efforts have been made to ensure flowsheet accuracy, final responsibility for meeting graduation requirements resides with the student. Using this tool does not take the place of meeting with your academic advisor.