Electrical Engineering, BSEE

An electrical engineering degree requires students to develop the ability to function in the workplace through teamwork and effective communication. In addition, the program stresses moral, ethical, legal and professional obligations to hold paramount the safety, health and welfare of the public. Through their coursework, students learn to apply theories of mathematics, science and engineering to design and conduct experiments. By analyzing and interpreting data, students will learn to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems. They will understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context and appreciate the professional and ethical responsibilities of the profession.

Professionals in this field work in the areas of product and system design, power systems, communication and network devices, and microprocessors. Students will find that the electrical engineering program stresses the core objectives of electrical engineering by building on mathematics and physical sciences to study power systems, microprocessors, electronics, fields and waves, and control and communication systems.

PNC General Education Core (38 credits)

Composition and Communication (9 credits)

ENGL 10100English Composition I

0 - 3 credits

ENGL 10200English Composition II

3 credits

COM 11400Fundamentals Of Speech Communication

3 credits

Quantitative Reasoning

MA 16700Plane Analytical Geometry & Calculus I

0 - 5 credits

MA 16900Plane Analytical Geometry And Calculus II

0 - 5 credits

Natural Sciences and Technology

CHM 11500General Chemistry

0 - 4 credits

CHM 11600General Chemistry

0 - 4 credits

Humanities and Social Sciences

Choose one additional course from Humanities or Social Sciences.
PHIL 11100Ethics

3 credits

FYE or Additional Distribution Course

ENGR 17100Engineering Fundamentals I

0 - 5 credits

PNC Supplemental Core (16 credits)

Natural Sciences and Technology

PHYS 15200Mechanics

0 - 4 credits

PHYS 26100Electricity And Optics

4 credits

Quantitative Reasoning

MA 26100Multivariate Calculus

4 credits

MA 26200Linear Algebra And Differential Equations

4 credits

Required Courses (70 credits)

Courses (70 credits)

ECE 20100Linear Circuit Analysis I

3 credits

ECE 20200Linear Circuit Analysis II

3 credits

ECE 20700Electronic Measurement Techniques

1 credits

ECE 20800Electronic Devices And Design Laboratory

1 credits

ECE 25500Introduction To Electronic Analysis And Design

3 credits

ECE 26400Advanced C Programming

3 credits

ECE 27000Introduction To Digital System Design

0 - 4 credits

ECE 30100Signals And Systems

3 credits

ECE 30200Probabilistic Methods In Electrical And Computer Engineering

3 credits

ECE 30800Systems Simulation And Control Laboratory

1 credits

ECE 31100Electric And Magnetic Fields

3 credits

ECE 32100Electromechanical Motion Devices

3 credits

ECE 32300Electromechanical Motion Devices and Systems Laboratory

1 credits

ECE 36200Microprocessor Systems AndInterfacing

0 - 4 credits

ECE 38200Feedback System Analysis And Design

3 credits

ECE 40200Electrical Engineering Design Projects

0 - 3 credits

ECE 43800Digital Signal Processing With Applications

0 - 4 credits

ECE 44000Transmission Of Information

0 - 4 credits

ENGR 18100Engineering Fundamentals II

0 - 5 credits

ENGR 45000Engineering Analysis

3 credits

ENGR 46100Engineering Design Experience

3 credits

ME 27000Basic Mechanics I

3 credits

Engineering Elective

3 credits

Engineering Elective

3 credits