Our program provides students with an education spanning
numerous focus areas. Learning from distinguished faculty, the
knowledge our undergraduates are given is an exceptional value,
preparing them for a successful future and career advancement.
Electrical Engineering is everywhere! It is a part of every industry, from power generation and distribution to environmental, manufacturing, semiconductor, optics and telecommunications technologies. Almost everything we use in our daily lives contains a chip that implements a communication protocol or a sophisticated signal processing algorithm.
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
Students wishing to pursue this program should apply during
their third year of study in their undergraduate
program—directly to the School of Management. Admissions will
be limited to students who have demonstrated superior capabilities.
For additional information about the application process, please
visit the School of Management website.
Our curriculum is designed to prepare our graduates to
immediately contribute to the workforce of the profession, and to
be prepared to pursue advanced study and engage in continuous
To ensure that electrical engineering students are well prepared
for success in their future careers, the department follows a
formal procedure in the development of curriculum. With the help of
our constituents, we identify program educational objectives and
determine student outcomes. We also survey and assess students in
the B.S. program to determine if they have attained skills and
knowledge needed for achieving their career goals. We strive for
Many of our undergraduates look beyond the classroom to enchance
their academic experience. They obtain real-world experience
through internships and other experiential learning opportunities.
Many also participate in engineering clubs, take classes abroad and
get involved in undergraduate research.
If you need to be force registered into an Electrical
Engineering course please complete and submit the form below to EE
Academic Coordinator, Mary Busch at 230 Davis Hall. We are only
able to force you in to Electrical Engineering courses (EE).
For courses in other departments please speak with the faculty
member for the course or a representative from that department for
assistance. Submitting this form does not guarantee you will be
registered into the course, but every effort will be made to
accommodate your request.