Catalogue 2018 - 2019

Electrical Engineering Program

Graduates of the Electrical Engineering Program have the ability to apply their knowledge and skills in a variety of professional electrical engineering positions dealing with research, design, manufacturing, and operation of equipment and services including power, control, communication, computer, optical and electro-optical systems, consumer electronics, household appliances, and electrical and electronic devices and materials. They can also apply for advanced graduate studies.

Degree Requirements

Junior Year - Fall Semester

IE 212Probability and Statistics

3 cr.

EE 301Signals and Systems

3 cr.

EE 303Introduction to Microelectronic Circuits I

3 cr.

EE 314Electromagnetic Fields and Waves

3 cr.

EE 319Electrical Engineering Laboratory I

2 cr.

CUL XXXCultural Studies Perspective

3 cr.

Total Credit Hours:17

Junior Year - Spring Semester

EE 302Introduction to Digital Signal Processing

3 cr.

EE 312Fundamentals of Electro-Optics

3 cr.

EE 320Introduction to Microelectronic Circuits II

3 cr.

EE 323Electrical Engineering Laboratory IIa

1 cr.

EE 324Electrical Engineering Laboratory Ilb

1 cr.

xxxTechnical Elective

3 cr.

HIST XXXHistorical Perspective

3 cr.

Total Credit Hours:17

Senior Year - Fall Semester

EE 422Control Systems

3 cr.

EE 427Electrical Engineering Laboratory III

2 cr.

EE 436Project Research, Innovation and Development

2 cr.

EE 439Professional Awareness

1 cr.

xxxDesign Elective

6 cr.

xxxTechnical Elective

3 cr.

Total Credit Hours:17

Senior Year - Spring Semester

EE 440Senior Design Projects

3 cr.

GEN XXXGeneral Elective

3 cr.

xxxTechnical Elective

3 cr.

xxxDesign Elective

3 cr.

ILP XXXIntegrated Liberal Professional Perspective

3 cr.

LBC XXXLearning Beyond the Classroom

No cr.

Total Credit Hours:15
  1. Technical electives are engineering, math, science, or computer courses normally numbered 300 or above and approved by the advisor.
  2. General Education courses must be selected in such a way to insure that all “perspective of understanding” requirements have been satisfied.
  3. Design electives must be selected from a list published in each semester’s course schedule and approved by the advisor.
  4. General elective. Selected on approval of the academic advisor.

Total credit hours required for graduation – 134.

The 2.0 required minimum grade point average in the major is based upon all CPE and EE courses pursued as a part of the student’s degree program.