B.S. in Electrical Engineering

Freshman YearCredits
FallSpring
EELE 101 - Intro Electrical Fundamentals3  
M 171Q - Calculus I4  
CLS 101US - Knowledge and Community
or COMX 111US - Introduction to Public Speaking
3  
PHSX 220 - Physics I (w/ calculus)4  
WRIT 101W - College Writing I  3
M 172Q - Calculus II  4
PHSX 222 - Physics II (w/ calculus)  4
CSCI 112 - Programming with C I  3
Year Total: 14 14
Sophomore YearCredits
FallSpring
M 274 - Introduction to Differential Equation4  
PHSX 224 - Physics III4  
EELE 201 - Circuits I for Engineering4  
EELE 261 - Intro To Logic Circuits4  
University Core Elective*  3
EGEN 350 - Applied Engineering Data Analysis  2
M 273Q - Multivariable Calculus  4
CHMY 141 - College Chemistry I  4
EELE 203 - Circuits II for Engineering  4
Year Total: 16 17
Junior YearCredits
FallSpring
University Core Elective*3  
EELE 308 - Signals and Systems Analysis3  
EELE 317 - Electronics4  
EELE 334 - Electromagnetic Theory I3  
EELE 371 - Microprocess HW and SW Systems4  
University Core Elective*  3
EGEN 310R - Multidisciplinary Engineering Design  3
Choose two of the following:  7-8
EELE 321 - Intro To Feedback Controls
EELE 355 - Energy Conversion Devices
EELE 445 - Telecommunication Systems
EE Professional Elective*  3
Year Total: 17 16-17
Senior YearCredits
FallSpring
EELE 488R - Electric Engineering Design I2  
EELE 409 - EE Material Science3  
Two EE Professional Electives*6  
Non-EE Professional Elective*3  
University Core Elective*  3
EELE 489R - Electrical Engr Design II  3
EELE 487 - Prof, Ethics & Engr Practices  1
EGEN 488 - Fundamentals of Engineer Exam  0
Choose one of the following:  3-4
EELE 321 - Intro To Feedback Controls
EELE 355 - Energy Conversion Devices
EELE 445 - Telecommunication Systems
Non-EE Professional Elective*  3
EE or Non-EE Professional Elective*  3
Year Total: 14 16-17
Total Program Credits: 125
*

Elective requirements include 12 credits of humanities, social science, diversity, and arts classes as part of University Core requirements, 18 credits of professional electives with a minimum of 9 credits in Electrical Engineering and a minimum of  6 credits outside of Electrical Engineering all from the professional electives list below. There must be a minimum of 4 credits at the 300 level or above in the student's professional electives package.

Professional Electives

ACTG 201Principles of Financial Acct3
ACTG 202Principles of Managerial Acct3
ASTR 371Solar System Astronomy4
ASTR 373Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe4
BCH 380Biochemistry5
BIOB 105CSIntroduction to Biotechnology3
BIOB 160Principles of Living Systems4
BIOB 170INPrinciples of Biological Diversity4
BIOB 260Cellular and Molecular Biology4
BIOH 185Integrated Physiology I4
BIOH 201Hum Anatomy & Physiology I5
BIOH 211Hum Anatomy & Physiology II4
BIOM 103INUnseen Universe: Microbes3
BMKT 325Principles of Marketing3
CHMY 143College Chemistry II4
CHMY 211Elements of Organic Chemistry5
CHMY 321Organic Chemistry I4
CHMY 323Organic Chemistry II4
CS 204Multimedia Dev Methods3
CSCI 111Programming with Java I4
CSCI 132Basic Data Structures and Algorithms4
CSCI 232Data Structures and Algorithms4
CSCI 246Discrete Structures3
CSCI 300 & 400 level courses, no more than 1 cr CSCI 494
ECNS 309Managerial Economics3
EELE 300 & 400 level courses, excluding EELE 354
EGEN 201Engineering Mechanics--Statics3
EGEN 202Engineering Mech--Dynamics3
EGEN 205Mechanics of Mtls (equiv 305)3
EGEN 325Engineering Economic Analysis3
EGEN 330Business Fundamentals for Technical Professionals3
EGEN 335Fluid Mechanics3
EIND 354Engineering Probability and Statistics I3
EIND 364Principles of Operations Research I3
EIND 373Production Inventory Cost Analysis3
EIND 425Technology Entrepreneurship3
EIND 434Project Management for Engineers3
EIND 454Engr Probability and Stats II3
EMEC 300 & 400 level courses
ERTH 101INEarth System Sciences4
ESOF 322Software Engineering3
ESOF 422Advanced Software Engineering3
GPHY 121DHuman Geography3
GPHY 141DGeography of World Regions3
GPHY 284Intro to GIS Science & Cartog3
M 221Introduction to Linear Algebra3
M 242Methods of Proof3
M 300 & 400 level courses, excluding M 330
PHSX 300 & 400 level courses (no more than 1 cr PHSX 494), and excluding PHSX 305 and 499
WRIT 221Intermediate Tech Writing3
WRIT 429Professional Writing3