The traditional EE track is the BSE in Electrical Engineering degree, providing a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of electrical engineering that would allow a graduate to function effectively in industry or continue on to graduate school.
Students seeking admission into electrical engineering should be familiar with the admission and retention requirements of the College of Engineering. This curriculum is accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), http://www.abet.org
All undergraduate students are assigned faculty advisors and students are required to meet with their advisors during each semester, especially during registration periods or whenever there is some matter of concern.
We have also provided for a BSE in EE/Physics double major. We note that the semester by semester outline for this double major sometimes includes a large number of courses. However it is the sequence in which courses are taken that is more important than in which semester they are taken.
Students should consult with their advisor on the best path through each track. This is especially true for co-op and part-time students, since the need to adhere to prerequisite courses is very important.
In addition to the above EE track, the ECE Department also offers a BSE in EE/CS double major and a BSEng in EE/Physics double major, as mentioned earlier, to cater to those students who want a significant amount of math and basic sciences
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For additional information visit the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department or contact us.