Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
Whether you’re looking to earn your bachelor’s degree to advance your career or change professions, our flexible programs can help you get there. We offer top-notch academics, small classes, and one-on-one academic advisory services.
The field of electrical engineering covers a wide range of applications, ranging from the transmissions of electric power to the design of computer microprocessors to cellular phone and antenna design, among many others. The curriculum is accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).
To accommodate the needs of students who are employed full-time in local industry, the EEN Department has made its BSEE program available to these students by scheduling lectures with laboratories in the evenings. Courses supporting these programs, in English composition, religion and philosophy, the humanities, the social sciences, mathematics, chemistry, and physics may be taken through the Office of Professional Studies during evening hours.
In addition to satisfying the institutional and distribution requirements, students who seek a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering degree must further have completed the following major and cognate courses or their equivalents.
MTH 1217 Calculus I
MTH 1218 Calculus II
MTH 2219 Calculus III
MTH 2220 Differential Equations
MTH 1505 Applied Engineering Statistics and Probability for Engineers
PHY 2211 Physics I
CSC 1610 Computer Science I
PHY 2212 Physics II
The following Electrical Engineering courses
EEN 1100 Analog Fundamentals (2 cr.)
EEN 1200 Digital Fundamentals (4 cr.)
EEN 2130 Circuit Theory I (4 cr.)
EEN 2140 Circuit Theory II (4 cr.)
EEN 2250 Assembly for Electrical Engineering (2 cr.)
EEN 2270 Embedded Microprocessors (4 cr.)
EEN 3130 Linear Signals and Systems (4 cr.)
EEN 3210 Electronics I (4 cr.)
EEN 3220 Electronics II (4 cr.)
EEN 3430 Engineering Electromagnetics I (4 cr.)
EEN 3440 Engineering Electromagnetics II (4 cr.)
EEN 4270 Feedback Circuits (4 cr.)
EEN 4370 Disruptive Technologies (2 cr.)
EEN 4750 VLSI Design (4 cr.)
EEN 4960 Design Project I (2 cr.)
EEN 4970 Design Project II (2 cr.)
Twelve credits of advanced electives from the following
EEN 3545 Communications Theory (4 cr.)
EEN 3555 Power Engineering and Power Quality I (2 cr.)
EEN 3565 Power Engineering and Power Quality II (2 cr.)
EEN 3875 Privacy, Ethics, and Technology (2 cr.)
EEN/CSC 3935 Data Networking (4 cr.)
EEN 4145 Discrete Time Signals and Systems (4 cr.)
EEN 4265 Engineering Management (4 cr.)
CSC 3925 Data Communications (4 cr.)
CSC 3720 Computer Architecture (4 cr.)
One of the elective courses could be from other Departments based on pre-approval of the advisor. In addition, EE independent study and directed study credits may be used towards the required elective credits as well.