Electrical Engineering B.S.EE.

The curriculum leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering includes instruction in electrical and electronic circuits, energy systems, electromagnetics, semiconductor devices, signal processing, control systems, communications, digital systems, as well as in the physical sciences, humanities, and social sciences. 

Engineering design is developed and integrated into each student’s program and culminates in a required major design experience which draws upon prior course work and which focuses on the issues and expectations of professional practice.

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Program provides a flexible and hands-on experience for its students. Students can explore the breadth of electrical engineering through electives or focus their studies in areas such as energy systems, computer systems, or autonomous systems.

Electrical Engineering Degree Program Educational Objectives

The educational objectives of the Electrical Engineering program are to provide our graduates with disciplinary breadth and depth to fulfill complex professional and societal expectations by:

  1. Pursuing careers as practicing engineers or using their program knowledge in a wide range of other professional, educational and service activities;
  2. Assuming leadership roles and seeking continuous professional development;
  3. Contributing to their profession and society while appreciating the importance of ethical and sustainable practices, diversity, and inclusion.