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Electrical Engineering 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 (pdf) for  Electrical Engineering Major (for students admitted prior to Fall 2020)

(New) Suggested Curriculum (pdf) 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 Comp1

3

ENGL 0102

English Comp1

3

CHEM 0231

General Chemistry3

4

EENG 0210

Python Programming

3

CHEM 0233

General. Chem. Lab

1

MATH 0208

Calculus II

4

MATH 0207

Calculus I3

4

PHYS 0310

General Physics3

3

EENG  0192

Fresh. Engr. Des.

3

PHYS 0313

General Physics Lab

1

Physical Education

1

 Physical Education

1

Total

17

Total

17

Sophomore Year

1st  Semester

Credits

2nd  Semester

Credits

MATH 0209

Calculus III3

4

ENGL 0203

Technical Writing

3

PHYS 0311

General Physics II3

3

EENG  0260

Intro to Logic Circ.

3

PHYS 0314

General Physics Lab II

1

EENG  260L

Intro to Logic Circ. Lab

1

EENG 0221

Linear Net. & Circ. I

3

EENG  0322

Linear Net. & Circ. II

3

EENG 221L

Linear Net. & Circ. I Lab

1

EENG 322L

Linear Net. & Circ. II Lab

1

HIST 0103

SBS Elective2

3

CSCI 0229

C++ Programming

3

HFA Elective1

2

HIST 0104

SBS Elective2

3

Total

17

Total

17

Junior Year

1st  Semester

Credits

2nd  Semester

Credits

EENG  0315

Electromag. Theory & Appl.

3

COEG 0305

Fund. of Cyber Security Engg.

3

MENG 0237

Engr. Prob. & Stat.

3

MATH 0461

Engineering Math

3

EENG  0325

Electronics I

3

EENG 0390

Engineering Ethics1

3

EENG  325L

Electronics I Lab

1

EENG 0323

Signal & Systems

3

EENG 0360

Microprocessors

3

EENG 0330

Electronics II

3

EENG 0225

Diff. Eq. & Linear Alg.

4

EENG 330L

Electronics II Lab

1

Total

17

Total

16

Senior Year

1st  Semester

Credits

2nd  Semester

Credits

EENG 0431

Linear Control Systems

3

EENG 0441

EIT Review

0

EENG 431L

Linear Control Systems Lab

1

EENG 0471

Senior Design II

2

 EENG 0400

Microelectronics

3

MENG 0429

Engineering Econ.

2

 EENG 0401

Communication Theory

3

EENG 0402

Fund. of Energy & Power Systems

3

EENG 0461

Senior Design I

2

EENG 400L

Senior Electrical Lab

1

SBS Elective2

3

Science Elective

3

SBS Elective

3

Total

15

Total

14

Total Credit Hours: 129

1. HFA: Humanities/Fine Arts- General Education Requirements            3. NSM: Natural Sciences/Math        
2. SBS: Social Behavioral Science-General Education Requirements  

                 
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