Bachelor of Science in Engineering
Electrical Engineering majors are required to complete the following:
- CSE 1102 or 2050 or ENGR 1166 (students who take a non-EE version of ENGR 1166 must also take ECE 1101)
- CSE 2300W;
- ECE 2001, 3001, 3101, 3111, 3201, 3211 or 3212 or 3231, 3221 or 4201, 4099W, 4111 or 4112, 4211 or 4225, 4901 and 4902;
- MATH 2110Q, 2210Q, and 2410Q;
- STAT 3345Q or MATH 3160;
- Professional Requirements courses (12 credits);
- Design Laboratory courses (six credits);
- Elective courses (seven credits).
Further details and course sequences are given in the Electrical Engineering Guide to Course Selection.
Concentration in Naval Science and Technology
The concentration in Naval Science and Technology is designed to expose students to engineering concepts and topics of importance to the Navy and industries that support naval science and technology. It is focused on facilitating interactions between students and naval professionals as well as hands-on and experiential activities related to senior design projects or independent study projects that have naval science and technology connections.
To complete this concentration, students must complete nine credits of Naval Science and Technology Coursework topics, distributed as follows:
- At least three credits of ENGR 3109.
- Six credits from the following courses (or five if using Senior Design): ECE 4095, 4099/W, 4901, 4902.
Students electing to complete the concentration must do so in their primary major, and as such select elective coursework from their primary discipline. Students electing to use their Senior Design course sequence must have their project topic approved by both their departmental senior design coordinator and either the director of the Navy STEM Program or the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education.
Students electing to use Special Topics courses or Independent Study/Research courses must have the course or research topic approved by both their department and either the director of the Navy STEM Program or the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education. Other courses relevant to naval science and technology may be considered for the concentration by petition to the director of the Navy STEM Program or the Associate Dean of Undergraduate Education. Students may not apply courses used in this concentration to fulfill requirements for other concentrations or minors.
The concentration in Naval Science and Technology is restricted to U.S. citizens.
The Electrical Engineering program educational objectives are that our alumni/ae: make technical contributions to design, development, and manufacturing in their practice of electrical engineering; advance in their professional career; and engage in professional development or post-graduate education to pursue flexible career paths amid future technological changes.
The Electrical Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.