The first year of study for Electrical Engineering students begins with the foundational mathematics and science requirement common to all College of Engineering students: mathematics, physics, chemistry, and a two-course Introduction to Engineering Systems sequence.
After entering the Department as Electrical Engineering majors at the beginning of their sophomore year, students embark on a rigorous plan of study to acquire mastery of core knowledge in Electrical Engineering. Core courses in circuits, electronics, digital systems (hardware and software), signals and systems, electromagnetics, semiconductors and random phenomena provide the essential knowledge for upper-level elective courses and exposes majors to the breadth of the discipline. Students build upon this foundation by selecting from a set of department and college electives.
The Electrical Engineering degree program is accredited by the EAC Commission of ABET.
- Undergraduate Research
- Study Abroad
- Senior Thesis
- Engineering Honors Program
- Dual Degree Program
- 3-2 and 4-1 Dual-Degree Programs with Partner Schools