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 professional development.
The first two years of the undergraduate curriculum emphasize the physical sciences and mathematics. Additionally, fundamental classes in digital principles, circuits, and signals complete the second year. The third year consists of coordinated sequences in electronics and electronic circuits, communications and signal processing, microprocessors and microcomputers, and electromagnetic theory. Fourth-year courses are designed to reinforce lab skills, practice design, and broaden the students’ background knowledge through technical electives. Technical electives allow undergraduates flexibility to concentrate in the broad areas of energy systems, optics and photonics, communications, signal processing and networking, and solid state electronics.
During their Senior year, students may choose to enroll in technical and free electives of interest. Technical electives allow undergraduates flexibility to concentrate in the broad areas of energy systems, optics and photonics, communications, signal processing and networking, and solid state electronics.
The following links provide additional information regarding the available technical electives.
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).
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.