Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

The Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering is designed to provide a solid background in electrical engineering sciences. It also provides an opportunity for students to pursue interests in electrical and electronic circuits, including digital circuits and VLSI and its fabrication, microprocessors and their applications, electromagnetics, communications, control systems, and digital image processing and computer vision. Through a senior capstone design project, the curriculum emphasizes written as well as verbal communication and a teamwork approach among students to attain a common goal.

Areas of Concentration

  • Communications, Microwave, & Wireless Systems
  • Control Systems and Robotics
  • Electronics and Signal Processing
  • Microprocessors, Computer Networking, & Computer Engineering
  • Power systems
  • VLSI

Accreditation and Licensure

This program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org. Visit ABET for more information on accreditation, including the reasons that an ABET-accredited program is the right choice for the engineering professional.

Electrical Engineering graduates are encouraged to continue their professional development by taking the Fundamentals of Engineering Examination at the end of their senior year; the FE exam is a prerequisite for taking the Professional Engineering Examination.

Program Enrollment and Graduation Statistics

Degrees Awarded, by Semester
Semester Degrees
FA08 4
SP09 4
SU09 0
FA09 7
SP10 7
SU10 0
FA10 9
SP11 18
SU11 4
FA11 1
SP12 7
SU12 2
FA12 9
SP13 9
SU13 2
FA13 4
Enrollments, by Year
Years Enrolled Students
2008 39
2009 42
2010 50
2011 41
2012 55
2013 51

 

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