Electrical Curriculum

Undergraduate EE Curriculum

The Department seeks to provide for its students a strong foundation including basic engineering science, mathematics, basic sciences and electrical engineering design. One of the main objectives is to have students reach competence through proper choic­es of technical electives and logical sequences of courses in the following thrust areas:

  • Energy Systems, including: Power Systems, Control Systems, Power Electronics

  • Microelectronic Systems, including: Electronic Materials, Opto electronics, Integrated Circuits

  • Communication Systems, including: Telecommunications, Digital Signal Processing, Electromagnetics

  • Control Systems, including: Modeling, Optimization, System Analysis, Digital Control

The Department's laboratory complex, with both general purpose and specialized laboratories, is an essential part of the facilities. Laboratory courses are closely integrat­ed with lecture courses. Students are thereby able to gain invaluable experience with "hardware" and develop the skills, resources, and knowledge essential to successful engi­neering practice.

The electrical engineering program offers courses in the areas of microprocessors, digital design, circuit theory, control systems, electronic circuits and applications, logic­ circuit, communication systems, electromagnetic fields, and semiconductor engineer­ing. Elective courses permit concentration in selected areas.

Suggested Curriculum for Electrical Engineering Major

Freshman Year

1st  Semester   Credits 2nd  Semester   Credits
OREN 0100 Orientation I 1 OREN 0101 Orientation II 1
ENGL 0101 English 3 ENGL 0102 English 3
CHEM 0231 General Chemistry 4 PHYS 0310 General Physics 3
CHEM 0233 General. Chem. Lab 1 PHYS 0313 General Physics Lab 1
MATH 0207 Calculus I 4 MATH 0208 Calculus II 4
EENG  0192 Fresh. Engr. Des. 3 EENG 0221

Linear Net. & Circ. 3
  Physical Education 1  EENG 221L Linear Net. & Circ. Lab1 1
         Physical Education  1
  Total 17   Total 17

Sophomore Year

1st  Semester   Credits 2nd  Semester   Credits
MATH 0209 Calculus III 4 MATH 0307 Differential Equations 3
PHYS 0311 General Physics II 3 EENG  0260 Intro to Logic Circ. 3
PHYS 0314 General Physics Lab II 1 EENG  0322L Intro to Logic Circ. Lab 1
EENG 0322 Linear Net. & Circ. II 3 EENG  0325 Electronics I 3
EENG 322L Linear Net. & Circ. LabII 1 EENg 325L Electronics I Lab 3
1ENGL 0204 Technical writing 3 CSCI 0229 C++ programming 3
MUSC 102 Fundamentals of Music 2  HIST 0103 World CivilizationI 1
  Total 17   Total 17

Junior Year

1st  Semester   Credits 2nd  Semester   Credits
EENG  0333 Electromag. Fields I 3 EENG 034 Electromag. Fields II  3
EENG  0323 Signals & Systems 3 MENG 0211 Statics 3
EENG  0330 Electronics II 3 EENG 0390 Engineering Ethics 3
EENG  330L Electronics II Lab 1 EENG 0360 Microprocessors 3
HIST 0104 Engineering Math 3
PSPE Elective 3
 MATH 0461 Engineering Math 3
Science Elect. 3
  Total 16   Total 18

Senior Year

1st  Semester   Credits 2nd  Semester   Credits
EENG 0431 Linear Control Systems 3 EENG 0441 EIT Review 1
EENG 431L Linear Control Systems Lab 1 EENG 0492 Senior Design Project 3
 EEENG 493M Linear & Matrix Algebra 3   Tech. Elect (Conc.) 3
 EENG 0324 DSP 3   Tech. Elect (Conc.) 3
  Tech  Elective (conc.) 3   Socio-Hum Elective 3
  Tech Elect. Lab 1  MENG 0429 Engineering Econ. 2
 MENG 0237  Engr. Prob. & Elect.  3      
  Total 17   Total 15

* PSPE-Political Science, Sociology, Psycology & Economics

Based on SAT/ACT results, a student may be required to take Reading 101 and/or Reading 102. Each Reading course yields zero credit hours and must be taken during the first year of enrollment. Additionally, a student may be required to take English 100, a 3 credit hour course. A minimum grade of "C" is required in English 100 and each Reading course.

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