Bachelor of Science in Engineering: Electrical Engineering Emphasis
A bachelor of science degree in engineering with a major in electrical engineering is the first step towards
immediate employment or further study in electrical or electronics engineering
or many other fields (business, law, medicine or another engineering
discipline). Our BSE in Electrical Engineering degree is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.
Working as an electrical or electronics engineer
Pursue a career designing and developing the latest smart phone, renewable energy system, and all the chips, equipment and products in between that help us connect, heal, entertain, defend, and benefit people.
Check out the Occupational Outlook Handbook for job functions, details, and salary trends for
electrical and electronics engineers.
To earn this degree, you must complete at least 127 units of
course work, including participating in the Design4Practice courses
that give you hands-on experience through project learning. See the online interactive 2013-14 Four Year Progression Plan - update coming soon or download a PDF Version of the 2014-15 Four Year Progression Plan for details of what classes are required and one example of when they can be taken. If your math placement is Precalculus, an alternate plan of study can be downloaded here. Another handy tool that can be used to plan your semester schedule is the EE emphasis prerequisite flow chart that you can download here. You can also get more information or search for degree programs, courses or policies in the academic catalogs.