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Electrical Engineering Degree Requirements

ENGL 1101

Composition I

3

ENGL 1102

Composition II

3

COMM 2400

Public Speaking

2

STS 2400

Science, Technology, and Society

2

Area C1

Course in English Literature

3

Area C2

Course in Art and Culture

3

Area E1

Course in History: American Context

3

Area E2

World History

3

Area E4

Culture and Societies

3

ECON 2107

Engineering Economics

3

CHEM 1211K

Principles of Chemistry I

4

MATH 2253

Calculus I

4

MATH 2254

Calculus II

4

MATH 2255

Calculus III

4

MATH 2306

Ordinary Differentials Equations

3

PHYS 2211K

Principles of Physics I

4

PHYS 2212K

Principles of Physics II

4

EE 1000

Foundations of Electrical Engineering

2

CSE 1301E

Programming and Problem Solving I

4

ENGR 2214

Statics

3

EE 2301

Circuit Analysis I

4

EE 2302

Circuit Analysis II

3

EE 2401

Semiconductor Devices

3

EE 2501

Digital Logic Design

4

MATH 2260

Probability and Statistics

3

EE 3501

Micro Embedded Systems

4

EE 3605

Electromagnetics

4

EE 3705

Signals and Systems

3

ENGR 4402

Engineering Ethics

1

EE 3401

Engineering Electronics

4

EE 3702

Communications Systems

4

EE 3601

Electric Machines

3

EE 4201

Control Systems

4

EE 4701

Professional Practice

3

EE 3/4XXX

Technical Electives

12

EE 3/4XXX

Engineering Science Elective

3

EE 4850

Senior Project

3

Degree Program Total

129

The Electrical Engineering degree requires a grade of "C" or better in all EE and ENGR courses applied to degree requirements.