Undergraduate Program in Electrical Engineering
ECE offers an academic program of study, spanning a wide range of disciplines. The program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). All EE students begin with a unifying foundation that is combined with technical and unrestricted electives focused on different application areas such as digital systems, communications, microelectronics, art and drama, and Environment and Sustainability. Details and course requirements are in the Electrical Engineering Undergraduate Handbook.
EE Program Educational Objectives
Graduates of the electrical engineering program utilize their academic preparation to become successful practitioners and innovators in electrical engineering and other fields. They analyze, design and implement creative solutions to problems with electrical and electronic devices and systems. They contribute effectively as team members, communicate clearly and interact responsibly with colleagues, clients, employers and society.
Links of Interest
- Embedded System Changes to the Computer Engineering & Electrical Engineering Curricula
- New! Handbook (updated April 2014)
- Prerequisite Chart for ECE Courses
- Curriculum comparison with embedded system changes
- Major Design Experience
- FAQs Regarding EE Curriculum
- Academic Calendar
- Student Organizations
- Research Groups and Labs
- Available Thesis Topics
- Online Thesis Database