Oct 21, 2018  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Bulletin

Electrical Engineering, B.S.E.E.


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Pott College of Science, Engineering and Education  >> Engineering  

The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering degree prepares graduates for careers in electrical power and machines, consumer electronics, radio communications, signal processing and control, embedded systems design, and integrated circuit development. The industries in which electrical engineers are employed include utilities, manufacturing, automotive, health care, defense systems, and telecommunications  Building upon a strong foundational core of mathematics and science, the BSEE program includes required engineering and electrical engineering courses, as well as a selection of electrical engineering electives in which a specialized course of study can be realized.

Electrical Engineering Curriculum (127 hours)


Core 39


The core curriculum at USI, Core 39, offers students at our institution an outstanding opportunity to have a well-rounded education.  Some of the choices within Core 39 are limited for engineering in order to fulfill program needs.  Courses within Core 39 that are required for engineering majors:

Bachelor of Science


Required courses for all USI engineering degree programs:

Other Required Science and Mathematics Courses


Additional science courses required for engineering majors:

Required Engineering Courses


Courses required for all electrical engineering majors:

Engineering and Science Electives


Electives in the engineering and science.  Select two courses with at least one in the ENGR/ME area.

ECE Elective Courses


Select at least 15 hours of the following electrical engineering electives.

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